Looking for funny Oklahoma puns to use on social media or for hilarious Oklahoma Instagram captions? Here are my favorites, from puns about Oklahoma cities like Norman, Stillwater, and Tulsa to puns about cowboys, buffalo, and other things related to the Sooner State.
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The Best Oklahoma Puns & Jokes
Everything is pretty OK.
Keeping my finger on the Pulse-a.
Surly with the fringe on top.
It’s hot in Oklahoma, so stay Hydro-ated.
Cowboy boots are ranch dressing.
Yukon have whatever you like.
The best dog in Oklahoma is a Paw-huskey.
It’s good to be Okla-home again.
Oklahoma girls put the boots in booty.
We Weatherford-ed the storm.
Nichols K***ing It.
Leave me the buffalo-ne.
Make a wish-amingo.
Lasso to Oklahoma.
Chicka-Chickasha Boom Boom
In Oklahoma, the most popular candy is the Jolly Rancher.
Steer away from making cowboy jokes.
There’s always a drought in Nowata county.
I buffa-love this place.
OKC at night is horn-ado alley.
I think we’re developing a redbud-ing friendship.
Go on and close the McCurtains ’cause all we need is candlelight
Don’t be a Cim-moron
Ashes, ashes, we Eufaula down.
Red dirt messy.
Really, another fracking earthquake?
All hail Oklahoma
After this vacation, I’m Broke-lahoma.
In Oklahoma, they serve up Country Fried Spring Break
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Stephanie is a born-and-bred Oklahoma mom and travel expert who has been to over fifty countries. After living in Eastern Europe for four years, she has moved with her family back to Oklahoma to write about her favorite places growing up: Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, & Route 66!