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Even More Great Sock Jokes

Meme that says "What do sock puppets eat? Finger foods" Image shows two sock puppets laughing with Cute But Crazy Socks logo in the bottom right corner.

Here at Cute But Crazy Socks we are the funny sock experts — but we also specialize in sock humor!

Sock puns are our Achille's heel, because a well-placed joke can help us get us off on the right foot when helping our customers.

The best sock jokes have a setup, a punchline, and tickle you right down to your soles. Some people may consider them dad jokes, but we think anyone can pull them off, kind of like a pair of novelty socks!

Enjoy this latest edition of sock silliness for April Fools' Day, and leave us a comment with a sock joke of your own!

1. What do you call a 7-foot-tall sock that can dunk a basketball?

Sockille O’Neal

2. What is it called when you put on a pair of socks filled with applesauce?

Fruit by the foot

3. Why did the ankle socks get fired from their job?

They were no-shows.

4. How does Snoop Dogg Wear his socks?

As high as possible.

5. What do sock puppets eat?

Finger foods

6. What’s the difference between a sock and a camera?

A camera takes photos, but a sock takes five toes.

7. Someone told me my sock had a hole in it.

I yelled, “Darn it!”

8. How do you keep a sock on a wooden leg?

With a toe-nail.

9. Why can’t cows wear toe socks?

Because they lac-tose

10. What happens when you tell your socks a joke?

You turn them into laughing-socks.

For even more silly sock jokes, visit our first sock joke blog, 10 Best Sock Jokes or our Christmas edition with the Funniest Christmas Sock Jokes.

Andrea Farrell

Andrea Farrell is the lead buyer and content writer for Cute But Crazy Socks. She is a sock industry expert with over a decade of experience in socks retail, customer service, product selection, product development and customer behavior. Andrea leans on her degree in journalism from Western Washington University to write helpful articles on socks and hosiery, covering all topics from current fashion trends to sock jokes.

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