Knock, Knock

Ok, people, we need some Shakespeare knock knock jokes.  After all, the man invented the form, right?  Fill in your own Hamlet or Macbeth reference, your choice :).

Feel free to make one up on the spot, that’s what I spend most of my time on Twitter doing.

“Knock, knock.”
Who’s there?
“Earl of Oxford.
Earl of Oxford who?

That’s my only real entry thus far that meets the appropriate form (i.e. you could actually tell it to somebody who plays their part correctly).  Others, that do not fit the form:

“Knock, knock.”
Who’s th….oh, hi Lavinia.  Doesn’t it hurt your head to do that?

“Knock, knock.”

Knock, knock.”

Knock, knock.”
Darnit didn’t we hire a Porter who’s supposed to get that? Has he been drinking again?

What else ya got?

12 thoughts on “Knock, Knock

  1. knock knock

    who's there?


    Polonius, I don't have time for this. Go bother somebody else.

  2. Sean O'Sullivan says:

    Knock Knock!

    Who's there?


    Cook who?

    "…O word of fear,
    Unpleasing to a married ear."

  3. Sean O'Sullivan says:

    Knock Knock!

    Who's there?

    Richard the Third!

    Hold on Burbage, I'm just coming..

  4. Knock knock

    Who's there?

    King Lear

    King Lear who?

    Who is it that can tell me who I am!?


    Knock Knock

    Who's there?


    No I'm Dromio


    And one a bit juvenile…

    Knock Knock

    Who's There?


    Pistol Who?

    Pistol over your porch if you don't let me in, I need to go!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Knock, knock!

    Who's there?

    A Portia.

    A Portia who?

    A Portia's better than a Mustang.


  6. Anonymous says:

    Knock, knock!

    Who's there?


    Duncan who?

    Duncan Donuts are great!

    Greg (again, don't have a Google account)

  7. Anonymous says:

    Knock, knock!

    Who's there?


    Juliet who?

    Juliet too much of the potion.


  8. Knock Knock

    Who's there?

    Who's there?

    WHO'S THERE?!?!

    Oh, Lavinia, why didn't you say it was you? Oh…right.

  9. Knock Knock,
    Who's there?
    Ophelia who?
    Ophelia bit warm. I think I'll go for a swim.

  10. I love it!

    Knock knock

    who's there?


    Et who?

    Et tu, Brute? Then fall, Caesar!

  11. "Knock! knock!"

    "Who's there?"


    "Hamlet who?"

    "Hamlet, Piglet's father – let me in!"

  12. Knock, knock!
    Who's there?
    Nay, answer me: stand and unfold yourself.
    Wait, are we doing a knock-knock joke or the opening of Hamlet??

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