Funny Fly Jokes
How do fireflies start a race? Ready, set, glow!
If there are 5 flies in the kitchen how do you know which one is the Football player? He's the one in the Sugar Bowl!
What is the difference between a fly and a bird? A bird can fly but a fly can't bird!
Why were the flies playing soccer in saucer? They where playing for the cup!
Why did the fly fly? Because the spider spied 'er!
Waiter, there's a fly in my soup. Don't say that, sir. Everyone will want one.
Waiter! There's some soup on my fly!
Waiter! There is a fly in my soup! What did you expect for this kind of price, an eagle?
Waiter, why is there a fly in my ice-cream? Perhaps he likes winter sports.
What do you call a fly with a sore throat? A hoarse fly!
What's this spider doing in my soup? I think he's trying to catch the fly, sir.
Waiter, isn't it strange I should find several flies in my soup? It is strange at this season of the year.
Waiter, what's the meaning of this fly in my teacup? I wouldn't know, sir. I'm a waiter, not a fortuneteller
Waiter, what's this fly doing in my soup? It's fly soup, sir!
Waiter, there's a fly swimming in my soup! So what do you expect me to do, call a lifeguard?
Waiter, waiter, there's a dead fly in my wine! Oh no! I warned him not to drink and swim.
Waiter, there's a fly in my soup! Its OK, Sir, there's no extra charge!
Waiter, there's a fly in my soup! Couldn't be, sir. The cook used them all in the raisin bread.
Waiter, there's a dead fly in my soup! What do you expect for $1? A live one?
But all joking aside...
Flies can be dangerous vectors of disease.
- A single female fly may lay nearly 1000 eggs in her short life span of a few weeks. Source: Great Smokies Diagnostic Lab
- House flies are strongly suspected of transmitting at least 65 diseases to human, including typhoid fever, dysentry, cholera, poliomyelitis, yaws, anthrax, tularemia, leprosy and tuberculosis. Source: Pennsylvania State College of Agricultural Sciences
- Flies cost nearly $1 Billion in annual production losses to the U.S. dairy and beef industries. Source: United States Dept. of Agriculture