Happy Labor Day 2020 Funny Quotes

Best collection of funny Labor Day jokes and quotes to celebrate this American national holiday that traditionally marks the end of summer. Labor Day, which is celebrated on the first Monday in September, is a creation of. Happy Labor Day! We hope you enjoy our collection of funny Labor Day jokes and quotes. Share it with your friends and family.

 

My boss made me go into the office on Labor Day. Halfway through the day, he came in to check up on me and caught me having a beer.

He said to me, “You can’t drink while you’re working.”

I said, “Oh, don’t worry – I’m not working.”

 

I wish I made enough money from my labor to be able to afford a Labor Day vacation.

The Labor Day holiday means I get my unemployment check a day late.

 

If all wealth is gained through labor, why is it that the wealthy never have to do any?

 

This Labor Day, take comfort in the knowledge that the pressure to have fun this summer is finally off.

 

I wish Labor Day was 9 months after spring break.

 

I said to my son, “Do you know, most people don’t have to work today, because it’s Labor Day?”

He replied, “If people aren’t working, shouldn’t it be called “No-Labor Day?”

 

I had a terrible Labor Day weekend.

My wife was in a horrible car crash and lost her left leg and left arm.

She’s all right now.

My wife came home from work yesterday and was raging about her boss. She said to me, “I’m never going to work for that man again!”.

I asked her, “Why, what did he say to you?”

She said, “You’re fired.”

 

The only liberty an inferior man really cherishes is the liberty to quit work, stretch out in the sun, and scratch himself.
H.L. Mencken

 

Man is so made that he can only find relaxation from one kind of labor by taking up another.
Anatole France, “The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard”

 

A bad day at work is better than a good day in hell.
Scott Johnson

If hard work were such a wonderful thing, surely the rich would have kept it all to themselves.
Lane Kirkland

 

When people ask me, ‘Why can’t labor organize the way it did in the thirties?’ the answer is simple: everything we did then is now illegal.
Thomas Geoghegan

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