13 of the Funniest Jokes from Snoopy
When you think about newspaper funnies, you think of Peanuts, and when you think of Peanuts, you think of Snoopy. Arguably the most famous dog ever drawn, Snoopy has conquered everything from cartoons to toys to insurance. The yin to a certain cranky cartoon cat’s yang, this peculiar pup has brought laughs, whether fighting the Red Baron or dancing the night away as Flash Beagle, since the 1950s.
With that in mind, we gathered some of Snoopy’s funniest jokes and bits from the last 70-plus years...
Poor Charlie Brown. Will he ever win? No. Never. That’s the point. Suffer in your mundane hell, Charlie Brown.
Enjoying the Inflight Meal
Snoopy didn’t let an opportunity go to waste ordering a fancy meal and sharing the perks of his flight with Woodstock in Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown.
On Veterinary Care
Defending Charlie Brown from a Fierce Cat
In Someday You’ll Find Her, Charlie Brown, Snoopy helps Charlie ward off a nasty cat, but it only benefits the beagle in the end.
Not a Fan of Creepy Crawly Things
Snoopy provides the best argument to never wear a shirt. It should be adopted in Congress immediately.
It’s Flash Beagle, Charlie Brown was a fun parody of the breakdancing scene of the early 1980s while also weirdly being a certified banger of a song that sounds like an intro theme to a disco Batman cartoon.
Scoffing at Obedience Training
The funniest joke that Snoopy can laugh at is the idea of a book teaching him how to obey like a good dog. It’s so funny to him that he has to Xerox chapters to keep for himself when he needs a good chuckle.
Fighting the Red Baron
An ongoing gag for Snoopy is pretending to be a World War I fighter pilot on the top of his dog house, trying to shoot down the Red Baron. In this case, blanket-loving Linus is being a real wet blanket to Snoopy’s current mission.
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‘You’re Overly Civilized!’
Charlie Brown has the weirdest complaint about a dog who can cook and eat five pizzas within less than two minutes.
No Dogs Allowed!
On the flip side, during Snoopy Come Home, Snoopy kept getting kicked out of places due to the mere crime of being a dog. Life’s not fair, which, in fairness, is the main melancholic point of Peanuts in the first place. But at least it works out for him in the end.