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When sales are sluggish at their lemonade stand, Pauline and John-John draw in customers by singing fun songs and adding decorations. Imagine if they had some good jokes to tell, too!

Whether or not you run a lemonade stand, it never hurts to have a handful of jokes to add fun to the day. Here are more money jokes than you can count, and enough jokes about lemons to lift even the sourest mood.


Jokes About Money



What did one penny say to the other penny?

    Let's get together and make some cents.


When does it rain money?

    When there is change in the weather.


How much money did the skunk have?

    Just one scent!


How is the moon like a dollar?

    They both have four quarters.


What coin doubles in value when you take half away?

    A half dollar.


Why can't you borrow money from a leprechaun?

    He's always a little short.


Where do penguins keep their money?

    In a snow bank!


Where does a fish keep his money?

    In the river bank.


Why is money called dough?

    Because we all knead it.


Why did the farmer feed money to her cow?

    Because she wanted rich milk.


Why isn't a dime worth as much today as it used to be?

    Because dimes have changed.


Why did the student eat his money?

    His mother told him it was for his lunch.


Why did the football coach go to the bank?

    To get his quarter back.


Why can't you bend a penny in half?

    Because change is hard.


What happened when the cat swallowed a coin?

    There was money in the kitty.


lemon and lime halves

Jokes About Lemons



What do you get when you cross a cat and a lemon?

    A sour puss.


Why did the lemon stop rolling down the hill?

    It ran out of juice.


Why did the lemon go out with the prune?

    Because she couldn't find a date.


Why was the lemon by himself?

    Because the banana split.



This activity was created by Tony Grima for Great Expectations.



Fun with Lime Puns

slices limes

"Lime" is the perfect word for making puns, because it rhymes with so many other words. Just find a word it rhymes with and use "lime" instead.

For example:
"Drop me a lime."
"It's about lime!"

Make It into a Game!

  1. Start by calling out a list of words that rhyme with lime: time, I'm, chime, climb, crime, dime, prime — hey, even "rhyme" rhymes with lime!
  2. With your list in mind, go around the room and have everyone make up a lime pun. Try to make your friends or classmates groan and giggle with your creativity.
  3. If you get stuck when it's your turn, you're out! See who can stay in the game for the longest amount of lime.

Jokes About Limes

What do you call a rock made of limes?
    A limestone.

Where does a lime go to look up information?
    On-lime.

What do you call a lime in the basement?
    Sublime.

A Garden of Jokes

cartoon drawing of a sheep


Whether you like apples, blueberries, cabbage, or squash, there are jokes and puns aplenty for the picking! Check out the Fruity Cuties website for a fresh take on fruit word play.

Grumpy Cat, the Original Sourpuss

grumpy cat frowns near a bowl of toy lemons


Believe it or not, Grumpy Cat got famous for his sourpuss expression. Even though he's a cat, his perpetual frown makes him look like he just ate a lemon.



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