Funny Firefighter Gifts

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Funny Firefighter Gifts
Treat your favourite firefighter to a laugh with one of these gifts. (fire truck image by Goran Bogicevic from

Hardworking firefighters deserve to be treated to something special for all the important work they do. Serious gifts for firefighters abound, but what can you get for that special firefighter who has a devilish sense of humour? Amuse your favourite firefighter with one of these gag gift selections.

T-shirts or Mugs With Funny Sayings

Get your firefighter something he can wear around the firehouse or something to put his morning coffee in. Make it funny by ordering that shirt or mug with a funny saying, such as "EMS: Earn Money Sleeping" from Cafepress, or "Be Safe: Sleep With a Firefighter" from Zazzle.

Rubber Ducky and Bath Soaps

She sweats, she gets covered in ash, she would probably appreciate a good, long bath after all her hard work. Treat your firefighter to a themed rubber ducky to toss in the tub with her. Accompany the ducky with a selection of bubble baths and scrubs: manly scents for the women and florals for the men, just to mix it up a bit.


Firefighters share the cooking duties at the firehouse, so amuse your firefighter with an apron with a funny message while he works the grill. The aprons don't have to be specifically related to firefighting, though that would be an added bonus. Add a chef's hat to complete the look.

Funny Face Fire Hydrant

If you've ever looked at a fire hydrant and thought the spouts resembled a nose and ears, this may be the perfect gift for your firefighter. Order a replica hydrant and use permanent, waterproof markers, or paints, to draw eyes and a mouth around those spouts. Glue a wig on top for added flair and colour. Replica fire hydrant fountains for the garden are also available.

Book of Firefighter Jokes or Funny Stories

For the book-loving firefighter in your life, consider a book of firefighter jokes or funny stories. "The Lighter Side of Firefighting"; Ben Hughes; 2006 recounts real-life tales full of humour. "Three-Alarm Jokes: A Book of Firefighter Jokes"; Michael Dahl; 2004 was written with a young audience in mind, but still offers a plethora of amusing riddles for firefighters and is perfect for sharing with school groups visiting the fire station.

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