23 Funny ‘Harry Potter’ Jokes and Puns Every Muggle Should Know
How many Slytherins does it take to stir a cauldron? These Harry Potter Jokes and Puns are perfect for every Harry Potter fanatic, wizards and Muggles alike.
Chapter One: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Groan
Professor Quirrell walks into a bar, unwraps his turban, and presents the Dark Lord’s face to the barman. The Dark Lord orders a beer.
“Sorry, can’t serve you,” the barman says. “You’re already out of your head.” Lovers of Harry Potter jokes will also enjoy reading the most motivational J. K. Rowling quotes.
Q. How many Slytherins does it take to stir a cauldron?
A. Just one. He puts his wand in the cauldron and the world revolves around him. Magical wands may not exist in real life, but there were some “magical” things in Harry Potter that are real.
Q. Why does Voldemort prefer Twitter to Facebook?
A. Because he only has followers, not friends. Check out some more silly jokes about computers and technology.
Q. What’s the difference between a comma and Crookshanks?
A. Crookshanks has claws at the end of his paws, and a comma is a pause at the end of a clause. If you knew the answer to this Harry Potter Joke, test your smarts with a Harry Potter quiz.
Q. Where can you find Dumbledore’s Army?
A. Up his sleeve-y! The biggest bookworm fans of these Harry Potter jokes will also appreciate these grammar jokes for unashamed word nerds.
Q. Why is Mad-Eye Moody such a bad teacher?
A. Because he can’t control his pupils. The good news is, you don’t need a teacher to find the Harry Potter constellations in the sky.
You know who?
Exactly. AVADA KEDAVRA! Check out some more of our favorite knock-knock jokes.
Chapter Two: Harry Potter and the Pub-Joke Prince
The barman says, “We don’t serve time-travelers here.”
Hermione walks into a pub with a Time-Turner. Here are some more funny bar jokes anyone can remember.
A wizard walks into a pub…
…and orders a Forgetfulness Potion. He turns to the witch next to him and says, “So, do I come here often?” Potions can also symbolize other things, which you can find in the hidden messages in Harry Potter.