Funny Electricity Puns That Will Shock You

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Electricity puns never fail to delight. They can give you energy on a gloomy day, or even shock you!

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This list of funny electricity puns is the longest and most comprehensive one online. And unlike a lot of other pun sites, we actually proofread for spelling and grammar mistakes.

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We hope you enjoy these puns and use them to bring cheer to others. It’s just the right thing to do.

After all, with great power comes great responsibility.

  • Some guy was arrested for eating batteries…. He’s going to be charged in the morning.
  • I feel bad for electricians. They have to strip to make ends meet.
  • Power corrupts, and this is definitely the case with electricity companies.
  • What kind of plant produces the most energy? A power plant.
  • We finally figured it out! Electri-city is the smallest city in the entire world.
  • Why did the monk always meditate with a light bulb? It helped him reach enlightenment.
  • Why did the lights go out? Because they had a crush on each other!
  • My wife was shocked when she opened the electricity bill last month.
  • What football team do energy providers root for the most? The Chargers.
  • When electricians get started, they shout ohm-y.
  • Why did the light bulb fail his science test? He wasn’t too bright.
  • What is the electrician’s favorite dance? The electric slide.
  • When he explained to me how electricity is actually measured, I was shocked. I said, “watt, are you serious?”
A bulb powered by electricity
  • They were shocked that the president decided to vote for an alt-ernating regime. Finally, there was light at the end of the political tunnel.
  • In this town, the only people you can trust are electricians. When you givethem a task, they conduit almost immediately.
  • Where do electricians get their gear? The Ohm Depot.
  • Why did the man eat the light bulb? He thought it would give him a bright idea.
  • That night, the free electron was so sad because there was nothing positive to smile about.
  • Where do light bulbs do their shopping? Outlet stores.
  • Wind power is increasingly becoming quite popular. It has a lot of fans.
  • If you plant a light bulb in your garden, does it grow into a power plant?
  • The newspaper decided to share the whole report because some parts had been Ohm-itted.
  • Electricians can be great detectives as well. In fact, one of my all-time favorites is Sherlock Ohms.
  • If you don’t want to pay an expert to re-wire your house and try to do it yourself, you may be shocked at how tough it can be.
  • What do power strips always say at their high school reunions? I haven’t seen you in light-years.
  • Kids can be funny, and they all think differently. On one occasion a severe storm damaged a school and disconnected the power. You won’t believe how de-lighted the kids were.
  • I finally managed to finish that tedious project I’ve been working on. I’m ex-static!
  • Even though they never went to court, there were amp-le reasons why the electrician should have been compensated.
  • When do hockey players use the most energy? During a power play.
  • What is an electrician’s favorite treat? Shock-a-lot.
  • Why did the two electricians break up? There was no spark between them.
  • What would a barefoot man get if he stepped on an electric fence? A pair of shocks.
  • You should try planting a light bulb right in the middle of your garden. You never know, it could grow into a power plant!
  • Electricians don’t deal with mortality like the rest of us. They actually don’t die, they simple lose contact.
  • What did the light bulb say to the generator? I get quite the charge out of you!
  • If you want to know what’s going on in the world just ask an electrician. They’re always updated on current affairs.
  • I visited a prison and saw their electric chair. Let me tell you, it was quite a shocking experience.
  • The lights in my house just went out so I have to call an electrician in the morning. I’m unable to deal with the current task myself.
  • One day the electrician came home later than usual. When he saw his wife she asked him, “wire you insulate?”
  • Why did the electrician marry his neighbor? He couldn’t resistor.
  • If you plant a light bulb in your garden, does it grow into a power plant?
  • You said you wanted to take a break, wire you continuing?
  • What do you call a worm that eats power cords? An electro-maggot.
  • Why do fluorescent lights always hum? Because they can never remember the words.
A massive storm of electricity
  • The angry superconductor eventually left without resistance.
  • Electric razors are the best thing since sliced beard.
  • What would you call a power failure? A current event.
  • Your job can influence the type of car you drive. For instance, many electricians prefer a volts-wagon to a Toyota.
  • I’m ex-static!
  • I simply can’t afford to pay for electricity anymore. These are some dark times.
  • When he finally read the verdict of the electrician’s trial, everyone was shocked that the poor man was being charged with assault and battery.
  • Superconductors are known to be very polite. They walked into a pub one day and were told that their kind of alcohol was not available. Instead of being upset, they simply left without resistance.
  • People are always shocked when they find out I’m not a very good electrician.
  • When the electrician accidentally blew out the power, the ice-making facility went into a state of liquidation.
  • Why is wind power so popular these days? Because it has a lot of fans!
  • What do you call a bad electrician? A shock absorber!
  • When he told her that there wasn’t a spark between them anymore, she tasered him.
  • Everyone knows how positive I can be especially when it comes to innovative ideas. However, on this one I’m negative. The wiring of the whole concept is just so con-fusing.
  • Why are the electricians always up to date? Because they are current specialists.

Now You’re Ready

Now that you know some funny electricity puns to share with the world, it’s time to go out and start using them! Don’t just hoard them in your brain and giggle to yourself on the subway, that’s selfish (and a bit odd).

If you have any other electricity puns that you think we should add to this list, don’t hesitate to reach out. We might not respond for a few months, but we’ll see it eventually.