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Short pigeon jokes? You were looking for short pigeon jokes right? I’m just curious what brought you here looking for this type of joke?

Just in case you were wondering, this is a collection of short jokes about pigeons not a collection of jokes about short pigeons. Pigeon legs are short enough already, they don’t need them any shorter! But yes this is a collection of short pigeon jokes and if that’s what you are looking for, we are pleased you found us.

We hope you enjoy this selection of one liners, puns and other bad jokes about pigeons. If you would like to share any others with us, please leave us a comment, there is a form at the end of this post.

We were debating putting this in the Bad Jokes category, as most of these pigeon jokes are so bad, but in the end we decided to stick it in the Animals category instead, so you can stumble on it by accident.

First Some Short Pigeon Jokes

We apologise in advance for these, some of them are truly terrible, but funny…

What would you call a Chinese pigeon?
Ho Ming

Talking of homing pigeons, I must have the best homing pigeon in the world.
You know why? I sold it 25 times this month already.

How did the rich pigeon insult the poor pigeon?
He called it a pheasant.

You know when you go into a tunnel and call out, your voice echoes?
It doesn’t happen if a pigeon does it because acoustics (a coo sticks).

My little brother was arrested once for feeding pigeons at the zoo.
It’s true, he was arrested for feeding pigeons at the zoo.
Admittedly he was feeding them to the lions at the time, but…

My dear old Dad used to race pigeons in his spare time.
I don’t know why he did it, he was never fast enough to beat them.

How does a French pigeon say “Thank You”?
“Merci Boo Coo”

How About Some “Coo” Jokes

We all know pigeons make a “coo-ing” sound all the time, which leads us to some truly awful pigeon puns, especially as “coo” sounds like “coup” (an uprising or rebellion). The number of jokes about this must be endless, here are the best:

Why did the army arrest all the pigeons?
They were starting a coo.

What do Venezuela and a pigeon have in common?
Every 5 minutes, there is another coo (coup)

How do you know when the pigeons are planning an uprising?
They march around calling coup, coup, coup.

Why aren’t pigeons allowed to have an army?
They aren’t allowed because the risk of a coup is too high.

Some Interesting Facts About Pigeons

Did you know that pigeons one of of very few species that are able to recognise different humans in a photograph and also able to recognise different letters of the alphabet. If you spend long enough watching pigeons and studying their traits, it makes you wonder if there is a “master plan” for world domination, or at least covering the world in pigeon poop!

We have all heard about homing pigeons, but did you know that they will even use man made features like roads and motorways to navigate their way home, even using junctions to determine when to change direction. So, when the great pigeon invasion begins, we need to disguise roads under camouflage netting, as well as putting up barriers at motorway junctions to make it look as if they are closed.

Did you know that pigeons can fly at heights that exceed 6,000 feet and at an average speed of 77.6mph. The fastest speed that a pigeon has been recorded flying at is 92.5mph! Seriously! You wouldn’t want a pigeon crashing into your windows at that speed. Not only would the glass be sure to shatter, the room would be pretty much a right-off as well. Can you imagine a squadron of kamikazee pigeons wreaking havoc on the neighbourhood!

The above facts are genuine (with some embellishments by us) and come from One Kind Planet.

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