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The Best Route 66 Puns & Jokes
Here are my favorite Route 66 puns.
It’s time to Chica-go on our Route 66 adventure. (Chicago, Illinois is the beginning of Route 66)
Here’s the Amaril-low down on our trip so far. (Amarillo, Texas)
With Cadillac Ranch on the side. (Outside of Amarillo, Texas)
Follow the Historic Brick Road (In Auburn, Illinois)
I never kiss and motel. (Good for any of the historic motels on Route 66)
This meal is Cucamonga-s. (Rancho Cucamonga, California)
We’re too far behind our schedule. We need to Catsup. (The largest catsup bottle in the world is in Collinsville, Illinois)
Life’s a Litch. (Litch, Kansas)
If the chair’s a-rocking, don’t come a-knocking. (The second-largest rocking chair in the world is in Fanning, Missouri)
Rock me mama like a Wagon Wheel Motel. (Cuba, Missouri)
Shake your Catoosa. (Catoosa, Oklahoma)
On the road, you’ve got to stay Hydro-ated. (Hydro, Oklahoma)
What happens in Vega, stays in Vega. (Vega, Texas)
Got a Blue Whale of a tale to tell you, lads. (Catoosa, Oklahoma)
I think I found my Dairy Godmother (Dairy King in Commerce, Oklahoma)
Miami nice. (Miami, Oklahoma)
Can you be more Pacific? (Pacific, California)
We’re Circle Inn the wagons. (Circle Inn Malt Shop in Bourbon, Missouri)
Arch you loving this view? (The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri)
Winslow down. You don’t want a speeding ticket. (Winslow, Arizona)
Amboy Oh Boy (Amboy, California)
I can see the future. I’m Claremore-ant. (Claremore, Oklahoma)
It’s a Needles in a haystack. (Needles, California)
Yukon have whatever you like. (Yukon, Oklahoma)
M-m-m-my Winona (Winona, Arizona)
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Stephanie is a born-and-bred Oklahoma mom and travel expert who has traveled to over fifty countries. She is in the process of moving back to Oklahoma after living in Europe for the past four years. She can’t wait to share the beauty of the Sooner State with her family.