People Share Their All-Time Favorite 'Yo Mamma' Jokes
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Some things never go out of style:

A great black bag

A classic trench

The perfect chocolate cake recipe

"Yo Mamma" jokes...


We have no idea what it is about a perfectly timed "Yo Mamma" joke that always gets a snort-laugh out of people, but it's a genre of comedy people have loved for ages.

Reddit user jackbequikk asked:

"What is your best Yo Mamma joke?"

Let's get into it!

Gas is Expensive

Stop Gas GIF by Adult SwimGiphy

"Yo mama's so fat, I swerved to miss her with my car, and ran out of gas."

"Yo mama's so ugly, her birth certificate is an apology letter."

-Mike_TKE

"I just have to say, I have never in my life actually laughed at a yo mama joke. Until today."

-Kyfigrigas

First Edition

"Yo mammas so old she preordered the Bible"

-Llamaman61

"And hers is SIGNED"

-JuliaTheInsaneKid

You're The Joke

GIF by MOODMANGiphy

"Yo mama so lazy, she took 9 months to make a joke"

-Zenixx_

"Ok this one hits ya TWICE"

-Suspicious_Grass_951

"No reason to go for the whole team…"

-Vertebrae_Viking

"God damn I felt that"

-Leakerzz

Family Tree

"Yo mama so fat she broke the family tree"

-chris3i

"Yo mama so fat she on both sides of the family tree"

-JustTheTipAgain

I Know, I Know, I Know...

"Yo mama so fat if Bill Withers wrote a song about her it would be called 'Ain't No Sunshine When She's Here'."

-Iateyourpaintings

"Legendary"

-enchoosar

"This might be my favorite one-line joke, ever."

-Witness_me_Karsa

"This one deserves everything."

-Aluntiid

Sneak Attack

Sneaking Out Daffy Duck GIF by Looney TunesGiphy

"I don't like Yo Mamma jokes. They are stupid and everyone does them."

"Just like Yo Mamma"

-ZenEngineer

"Damn! Kids, this is known as the 'sneak attack'."

-JayHat21

This List

"Yo mama so old her breast milk is powder"

"Yo mama so old she was a waitress at the last supper"

"Yo mama so old when she was a kid rainbows were still in black and white"

"Yo mama so fat she can't even jump to conclusions"

"Yo mama so ugly, her portraits hang themselves"

-smileyface123456789

Hashtag Physics

Uc Santa Barbara Physics GIF by KITPGiphy

"I actually made a quiz question that ended up circulating the web. Yo mama's so fat objects 5 m away accelerate at 1 m/s2."

-fritz236

"You get the technical award"

-jackbequikk

"Can't tell whether this is for a physics quiz or a sociology quiz"

-ShortBusRide

"Wouldn’t this be 'dense' rather than 'fat?' Hashtag physics"

-vleester

Wait, Accio A Slice?

"Yo mamma's so fat, her Patronus is a cake."

-Solkahn

"I am f-ing HOWLING"

-ds_arcanine

"Moaning Myrtle aint got nothing on the sound that came out of me when I read that. lol"

- [Reddit]

A Classic

Season 8 What GIF by Brooklyn Nine-NineGiphy

"Your mother’s breasts sag so severely that they were mistaken for a painting by the late surrealist artist, Salvador Dali."

-aaronjaffe

"The Persistence of Mammaries."

-CarbsAre4Cows

"Captain Raymond Holt was easily the funniest character on that show"

-KypDurron

As a mom, you all need to know that I laughed so hard that I woke up my dog at the 'running out of gas' one.

But also cried a little bit cause gas is like $5 a gallon where I am right now.

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