As a Spanish and Mexican name, Juan translates to John in English. Popular names are always the root of some name jokes as they are so widely used. Juan jokes are those that use the name as a general term and are not usually targeted to any one person.
Two Mexican detectives were investigating the murder of Juan Gonzalez.
“How was he killed” asked one detective. “With a golf gun.” Replied the second detective.
“A golf gun? What’s a golf gun?”
“I don’t know, but it sure made a hole in Juan”
What do you call a Mexican that graduated college?
– The chosen Juan.
An Irish Mexican teenager starts a job as a builder..
Only one hour into his first job he tries to hammer a nail with a screwdriver. The boss spots this and walks over to let him know he’s doing it wrong. “You’ve got a lot to learn young Paddy Juan”.
Mexican jokes are like black jokes…
– Once you heard Juan you heard Jamal.
What did the Mexican woman say to her boyfriend?
– You’re the Juan for me.
My daughter ran off with some Hispanic guy…
– She says he’s her Juan and only…
My mexican friend commited a robbery and got away.
– Now he’s Juanted
What did the cannibal say to 2 Mexicans?
– I thought I’d eat both of you but I only have room for Juan
So Juan, Pablo, and Jose are all attempting to cross the border legally.
– A border guard stops when he sees only one of them has the correct papers, and says, “Whoa whoa whoa there can be only Juan!”
I won a tutu in a charity draw at my daughter’s ballet school. My Mexican friend entered as well.
– Juan won one tutu too.
I don’t like tacos
Said no Juan ever.
Why are all Mexican jokes and Black jokes the same?
– Because once you’ve heard Juan, you’ve heard Jamal.
My friend had twins last month, Amal and Juan
– When I saw her at the store yesterday she only had a picture of one of the babies on her phone but she assured me, “If you’ve seen Juan, you’ve seen Amal.”
What you call a house with a Mexican and American ghost?
– A Juan-Ted house
Black jokes and Mexican jokes are all the same…
Once you’ve seen Juan you’ve seen Jamal.
Mexican jokes are like black jokes.
– Once you’ve heard Juan, you’ve heard Jamal.
Juan Ken always dreamed of becoming an obstetrician but when he finally made it he couldn’t decide on what people should call him.
– His two choices: OB Juan, Ken OB
How’s Donald Trump going to get rid of all the Mexicans?
– Juan by Juan.
Jokes About Names
Every name that has been used is almost certain to have at least one joke or pun related to it. This is generally as many jokes and teasing take place in schools and begin in childhood, and names are one of the first things that they see as differentiating them from each other. It is the first thing that is learned about other people and becomes a key part of their identity.
Name jokes are sometimes funny, yet at other times they can be used to insult people, or can be seen to cause hurt feelings. Using names that are generic or that are seen to be used so often over time that they are no longer connected to just one person but rather are almost a reference to people in general, can allow for these jokes to be made without being aimed at any one person. Silly Juan jokes are funny because they are so generic and are not intended to any one person.
Cheesy Juan jokes are, therefor, often intended to be about a group of people as a whole, or in reference to a person who does not exist. Using the name as a generic name, it is often assumed the target of the joke is not a real person and is not intended to be about anyone that is known.
Why are Juan Jokes Popular?
Funny Juan jokes are popular because the name rhymes with so many things, and that makes it great for not only short Juan jokes but also for Juan puns
and others. Hilarious Juan jokes may be appealing to certain demographics more than they are others. For those who will find them to be poor taste, they will not use puns or jokes that are made from people’s names, regardless of the rhyming possibilities or if they are related to one person in specific or to people in general.
Some demographics of people will use certain names jokes more than others, and there are usually two different groups using any one of them. People who are a part of the culture that uses a specific name will be more likely to use that name when they are making jokes that are suited to their culture. This includes food jokes, cooking jokes, art
jokes, and more. Others who are not involved in that culture are less likely to use them, though this may occur in some situations and based on some prejudices. These are not the funniest Juan jokes and are often seen for what they are, rather than enjoyed by everyone. It is less common that someone use them as insults or hurtful comments, but it does happen.
Who Uses Them?
Many different people use cute Juan jokes. They may be found in some advertising for items that are made by companies that have a mascot named Juan or someone who is involved in the brand. These light hearted and silly Juan jokes are intended to help people have fun and remember the brands that are connected to them.
Juan jokes for kids
are used by kids to show that they are learning the names and characteristics of their friends and the new people that they are meeting. They are also found in some rhymes, often used in kid’s books when they are teaching pronunciation and what other similar sounding words sound like as well. Using cute Juan jokes to teach the pronunciation can help children to learn how to say their friends’ names, and also how to sound out words which improves reading and speech skills. Using traditional names to represent families that are characters in a show or story can help to connect them to the culture that they are representing, and this can be used as a learning tool as much as anything else.