From that same book in the Old Testament, Robin Williams suggested that the rain of frogs may have been Hebrews with catapults flinging them. And thank goodness it wasn't the French or else they'd be trapped.
Gideon had a dream of a giant loaf of bread destroying the enemy camp.
Paul holds a sermon in a tower. It continues long into the night. A guy sitting in the window falls asleep and falls to his death. Paul casually strolls down and hurls himself at the guy, says "This man is not dead", revives him... and goes up to continue his speech until dawn.
Paul derailing his own trial by inciting a theological argument amongst his Sadducee and Pharisee judges.
Matthew 21:18-19— "Early in the morning, as Jesus was on his way back to the city, he was hungry. Seeing a fig tree by the road, he went up to it but found nothing on it except leaves. Then he said to it, 'May you never bear fruit again!' Immediately the tree withered."
Acts 19:13-16 - When several amateurs try to exorcise a demon, it possesses them instead and causes them to go streaking.
Though another interpretation, which probably shouldn't be in this page, is that the demon-possessed guy raped them.
Elijah joking to 450 prophets of Baal that their god is too busy taking a shower to help them. Funnier if you interpret "shower" with "pee".
The word "busy" in the NIV or "pursuing" in the KJV in Elijah's taunt actually translates better into "pooping".
Although the Book of Job really belongs on another page (read Tear Jerker) One character just has a goofy name. Job's friend is Bildad the Shuhite That's pronounced Shoeheight. There is an old joke that he is the shortest man in the Bible next only to Nehimiah (knee-high mi ha) both are examples of a Captain ObviousAccidental Pun.
Judges 15:4-5 — "So Samson caught 300 foxes. He tied them together in pairs by their tails. Then he fastened a torch between their tails. He set the torches on fire and released the foxes in the Philistines' grain fields. So he set fire to all their grain, whether it was stacked or in the fields. Their olive orchards also caught on fire."
Not as funny if you remembered why he did it and what happen afterwards.
Joseph tells the two men in prison with him what is possibly the oldest recorded pun in history while explaining their dream interpretations : One gets his head lifted up, the other gets his head lifted off!
Judges 15:16 (NIV)—"Then Samson said, 'With a donkey's jawbone I have made donkeys of them. With a donkey's jawbone I have killed a thousand men.'" Now go to the King James version.
Numbers 22. Balaam's donkey starts talking to him.
If you're in the right mood, the start of Jacob's family can be seen as this. Leaving aside, for the moment that it's his cousins, Jacob meets and falls in love with Rachel. He tells her father that he wants to marry her, and yes, WHY he wants to marry her. They strike a deal that he will work for 7 years. Jacob does this, marries his bride, takes her home and starts the honeymoon. It's not until the next morning that he had married Leah, Rachel's sister. He works for seven more years to marry Rachel. And then the sisters start a very absurd war for his affection using pregnancy! At one point, when Rachel complains about not getting pregnant, you can see Jacob's frustration and even fatigue with his answer, "What do you think I'm God?"
Deut. 25:7-10 tells of the funniest "divorce" ceremony ever. It involves the guy getting spat in the face. There's also one in there about how a woman who has grabbed a man's junk out of anger should have the hand cut off.
Show her no pity.
The festival of Purim and the telling of the Book of Esther is like going to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Audiences have props, speak along with the verses, and, of course, boo the crap out of Haman whenever his name is mentioned.
The Book of Jonah, particularly the fourth chapter.