One of my favorite things is tacos and one of my second favorite things is laughing about tacos and because those two things are great, here are great taco jokes.
1. “How To Kidnap Me: Free Tacos”
It seems like the person telling this joke would be willing to enter a shady van they otherwise wouldn’t be willing to get into if there are tacos, hence the joke.
2. “Ways To My Heart”
Ok, so this is funny because you wouldn’t normally think of tacos as a “way” to a person’s heart, but in this case you would, I guess. What’s funnier to me is the white-out parts and the hastily inserted “taco” text. Ha.
Ranking: Unintentionally funny (UNLESS THEY WERE BEING INTENTIONALLY FUNNY WITH THE WHITE OUT?)
3. “I Want To Be Where The Tacos Are”
This is from the semi-popular children’s film Little Mermaid that is probably liked by more adults now than actual children since the children like Paw Patrol now, I know because I have children that like Paw Patrol. But I think like the joke is, originally she says “I want to where the people are” but now she’s saying “tacos” instead of “people” and if she saw a taco she would marry it instead of a prince-looking person, I think.
Rating: Kinda funny maybe
4. “Taco Tuesday Sends a Terrible Message To Our Children. They Need To Know That Tacos Are An Option, No Matter What Day It Is.”
The thing here is that you can actually eat tacos any day of the week not just Tuesdays, and that people kind of take it seriously, but this person is being sarcastic about what we teach our children and is trying to show the irony in that or something.
What’s also “ironic” if you will, even though it’s not really irony, but maybe a misunderstanding of the taco dynamic is that there seems to be hard-shelled tacos displayed here which is in fact not really authentic tacos, so maybe we should teach our kids what “real” tacos are, even if it’s not Tuesday and not promote fake taco propaganda.
5. “My Tacos Arrived With a Fork on The Plate. I Can Only Guess It’s There To Stab Taco Thieves.”
This one seems semi-related to the one above, with a similar taco arrangement and general aesthetic. Again, I feel like the joke may actually be on this person for only consuming tacos at places that would consider having forks and knives to go with their tacos, most of the places I go just wrap tacos on the plate and then tie up the plastic bag and then I leave and then later open the bag without any utensils whatsoever, so I’m not entirely sure what is going on here.
6. “A Well Balanced Diet Is A Taco In Each Hand”
Okay, part of the reason I picked this one is that it looks suspiciously like the restaurant in my neighborhood that always posts funny signs (I’ll do a piece on them one day).
The problem with this one is what if the tacos aren’t the same weight, then it’s not balanced at all, then what.
7. “Thank goodness I don’t have to hunt for food. I don’t even know where tacos live.”
Hey — maybe they’re living in that little random house that the small-yet-bigger-than-the-house-she-is-holding woman that the small woman is holding next to the sign. What if the sign is actually indirectly pointing you to where the tacos live? Then what? Then you would know where the tacos live. Maybe they are living right in front of you in plain sight.
Whoa or woah.
8. Follow your dreams…
My daughter told me the other day that she dreamed about wolves at the bottom of a water slide, so I told her not to follow those dreams, so I don’t know about that advice in general, but eat more tacos.
9. Taco Fact #18
I don’t think there’s any disputing the basic premise here, and it seems to be a repeatable one in that “blank is healthier than crystal meth” is generally a safe assumption, but let’s be bold and inverse it and say “tacos are healthier than blank.” Is that something you would laugh or guffaw at or just completely ignore?
These are some taco jokes and you just read about them.
What other taco jokes do you think should be added?
What is your favorite taco joke?
What other food-related joke do you enjoy?