Beetle Jokes

By popular demand, more insect jokes, Beetle Mania Edition.

Q. Why did the entomologists choose the rice weevil over the acorn weevil?

Acorn Weevil

A. It was the lesser of two weevils

Q. What did the forester say when he found the Emerald Ash Borer infestation?

Ash trees killed by EAB

A. You can kiss your ash goodbye.

Q. Why did the Silphid cross the road?

Burying Beetle

A. To get to the dead chicken.

Q. What did the Lucanid Beetle do when he didn’t have a date for the dance?

Stag Beetles

A. He went stag.

Q Why did the insect pet enthusiast give away the buprestid larvae?

Flat-headed Borer, the Larva of a Buprestid Beetle.

A. They were boring.

Q. What is the Weevil Fight Song?

A. Weevil, Weevil, Rock You!

About jjneal

Jonathan Neal is an Associate Professor of Entomology at Purdue University and author of the textbook, Living With Insects (2010). This blog is a forum to communicate about the intersection of insects with people and policy. This is a personal blog. The opinions and materials posted here are those of the author and are in no way connected with those of my employer.
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3 Responses to Beetle Jokes

  1. Anthony Massa says:

    What did one beetle say to the other after leaving Harry’s on Friday?

    Quit STAGgering or you will get a public intox.

  2. James King says:

    I feel like bug jokes are quite underrated now a days. They are very well liked by young individuals that have interest in insects but you have to make sure that the joke is age suited considering some are too young to understand and the ones that are older are just not as interested anymore. Insects also make easy targets due to the amount of them and the magnitude of characteristics that they have.

  3. Anonymous says:

    These were great! My daughter is studying entomology and I forwarded them to her. Keep up the good humor!

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