100+ Funny and Creative Ways to Say "Good Morning"

Updated on July 14, 2020
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Funny and Creative Ways to Say "Good Morning"
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Do you know what part of waking up early is fervently cherished by most people? None, obviously! So just let them go back to sleep!

But then again, mornings are inevitable. We all have to wake up at one point or another. So why not make the process a little bit more fun? Well, fun for the person who takes pleasure in waking others up.

Early birds, here’s your chance to catch the worm! Instead of the usual “good morning” greeting, let’s add humor and wit to make early mornings extra fun. This collection of funny and creative ways to say “good morning” shall amuse you to your heart’s content.

Funny Ways to Say "Good Morning"

  • A marvelous morning to you, my friend. You are someone who never quits, mainly because you never start. Have a very relaxing day!
  • Alert, alert, the most wonderful human on earth is about to wake up!
  • Blessed be your morning, o holy one!
  • Do you know that moment in the morning right after you wake up when you feel fully rejuvenated and high of energy? Yeah, me neither.
  • Don’t make me kill you at this hour in the morning. It’s not civilized.
  • Good afternoon. Just kidding, it’s evening already, sleepy head.
  • Have a fantastic day, weirdo!
  • I’m going to take you out for a morning walk whether you’re sleeping or not!
  • If you don’t wake up soon, I’ll eat all the breakfast.
  • My apologies for waking you up too early. I thought you were dead!
  • Nope, that’s not the smell of morning bacon. It’s our house burning!
  • Satan, it’s time to work!
  • The house is on fire! Wake up!
  • There’s actually no reason for me to be up this early, but I don’t want to go through it alone. It’s pretty much torture, so wake up and suffer with me!
  • Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock...boom!
  • Trying to wake you up is such a thrill. It’s like waking up a mad beast from its ponderous slumber.
  • Wake up, the garbage truck is ready to pick you up.
  • Well, well, well, how are you still alive? The assassins I’ve hired must have failed. Count this day of yours a lucky one!
  • You look like a zombie! Did you get enough sleep last night?
  • Your fun-sized gleam of sarcastic sunshine has arrived to wake you up.


How to Say "Good Morning" in a Humorous Way

  • Can you hear the birds singing? Good! That means you're awake.
  • Come on out of bed and surrender. We’ve got you surrounded!
  • From the depths of your slumber, I summon thee.
  • Go get your butt out of bed, you lazy ass!
  • Good morning, sunshine! Now, can we go back to sleep?
  • It’s a brand new day. Let’s the bullsh*t begin!
  • It’s always a pleasure for me to wake you up early in the morning. Your grumpy face just looks so funny!
  • Knock, knock! Who’s there? Your friend! My friend who? Your friend who needs a key so I can drag you out of bed in the morning, sleepy head!
  • Look at what the cat dragged in!
  • My dear friend, I promise you that one of these days, you will become a morning person. I don’t think that will happen today, so just go back to sleep!
  • Oh, it’s you again!
  • Peek-a-boo!
  • Stop snoring and wake up!
  • Today is a good day to die.
  • Wake up, you lazy ass. I pray your day be profoundly fruitful. I know it is very hard in your case, but at least try.
  • Where’s the baby? There he/she is!
  • Who’s a good boy/girl? Come on, I’ll take you for a walk.
  • You’re the reason why I don’t believe in Sleeping Beauty.
  • You look awfully familiar. Don’t I know you from yesterday?
  • Your breath stinks! Get up and brush your teeth!

Creative Ways to Say "Good Morning"

  • As the day starts, remember that I am your friend. You don’t have to go through the day alone.
  • The only reason you don’t stress out about anything is because you’re always asleep. Get up and feel the world. A little bit won’t hurt you.
  • Grab your cup of coffee and let the busy day begin!
  • Hey, open your mouth and say “ah!” I’m just going to pour this coffee right inside.
  • I brought you some fuel to kick-start your body engine. Simply put, I brought you some coffee.
  • I just want tell you that whatever occurs today in your life, you will get through it with a smile.
  • Is there a spirit in this room? Wake up and answer me.
  • It’s sunny outside and the rays are all over. So, leave your sleep and enjoy the bright day.
  • It’s time to rise and conquer the world!
  • Let’s face it, waking up is such a struggle! I’m praying that you overcome that struggle with finesse.
  • Let's say hello to the sun!
  • Look how the birds are chirping just to make a “good morning” song for you. Get you head off that pillow and be ready to approach the beautiful day.
  • May your day be as spectacular as me.
  • Morning salutations are in order.
  • Mornings are all about pancakes and bacon. Now, will you please wake up and make breakfast for me?
  • Rise and shine. You don’t have to shine if you don’t want to though.
  • The darkness has left, and it’s now full of light. Rise from that bed and be ready for another day.
  • The rooster is crowing. Get up!
  • Throw that blanket and breathe in the fresh morning air!
  • Wakey wakey, eggs and bakey!
  • Welcome to today!


How to Say "Good Morning" in a Clever Way

  • A glorious morning to you, little cow. It’s time to get moo-ving.
  • As your torturer, I’m making it my mission to wake you up really early every day.
  • Don’t let my fatigued appearance discourage you from waking up yourself. Let’s seize the new day and show the world what we can do together.
  • Get up, your coffee needs you.
  • Good morning to my favorite human in the entire world.
  • Guess what? It’s morning!
  • Here’s to a good morning. Tomorrow, that is!
  • Hi, welcome to tomorrow. Would you believe that yesterday this was still tomorrow?
  • I hate early mornings, but I love waking you up.
  • I made you breakfast.
  • I seem to have lost my reason for waking up early in the morning? Oh, there you are!
  • If you want to lie in your bed forever, then I might as well just buy you a coffin.
  • It’s time to wake up and get that brain of yours working again.
  • Leave your worries as yesterday’s and wake up with new dreams for today.
  • Like a garbage phoenix, you shall rise from the gutter you call bed.
  • May the smell of eggs, bacon, and toast wake you up.
  • Rise and kick-start the day with the spirit of discovery and delight.
  • The sky is falling, the sky is falling!
  • What a coincidence! This is actually the first time I've seen you today.
  • Wouldn’t it be better if mornings happened in the afternoon? You wish!
  • You have a message: “Wake up, lazybones!”
  • Your 5 minutes are up! And nope, no more extensions.

Cute Ways to Say "Good Morning"

  • Ah, there you are—the reason I wake up early every day.
  • Am I still dreaming or do you really look that amazing in the morning?
  • Another day of overflowing fun and laughter has arrived!
  • Cock-a-doodle-doo!
  • Good morning, cutie pie.
  • Good morning, fluff ball.
  • Hop into today and greet the world with a smile!
  • How is it that you grow lovelier with each passing day?
  • I have lots of kisses and hugs just for you, so wake up now and get your love before the wind takes it all.
  • May you experience showers of blessings today.
  • My dear, the dream world can wait. The world is ready to welcome you to a fresh new day in your life.
  • No caffeine needed this morning. I’ve got you.
  • Roses are red. Violets are blue. It’s time to wake up, before I smack you! With kisses, of course.
  • Seeing you early in the morning is such a wonderful feeling.
  • Wake up with a bounce!
  • What a pleasant morning we have today! It’s almost as charming as you.
  • What’s shakin’ bacon?
  • While I was asleep, I missed you.
  • You are my sunshine, my only sunshine.
  • You are the reason why I wake up so early in the morning every day.
  • You’re all the sunshine I need.



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      4 weeks ago from Nigeria

      Wow. I had no idea I could say good morning in so many ways like this. Thanks for sharing this piece.


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