For the most part, there's not a lot of jokes in Attack on Titan. There just isn't too much that's hilarious about the last remaining bit of humanity being generously wiped out by freakin' Titans. But, despite all of that, there are times when Attack on Titan is funny.
After a series of giant, human-like creatures called "Titans" destroy one of the only barriers that stands between them and what's left of mankind, there's not much keeping humans from becoming completely extinct. Seriously, there's not much at all.
Luckily, their soldiers have been specially trained for this sort of thing. It's up to these soldiers to defeat the Titans and regain the land that's been taken from them. It's a gruesome path, but the way that Eren, Mikasa, and Armin see it, putting their life on the line for humanity is better than living like a caged animal. Keep reading below for more funny Attack on Titan moments.
Instructor Keith's reaction to Sasha's clueless potato munching is something like pure horror mixed with a face someone might make if they knocked over their bowl of morning cereal.
He confronts her, but she looks around as if he couldn't possibly be talking to her and... takes another bite.
Her name is Sasha Blouse... and she actually stole that potato.
God speed Potato Girl.
Mikasa covers for Jean and Eren's fight by blaming the commotion on Sasha's fart. Even though many of the young soldiers are holding back their giggles, Instructor Keith doesn't even question it. In fact, he's not surprised that it happened again.
This is probably a common thing for Sasha.
After a long day of 3D Manuvering Device training, Mikasa is having a serious conversation with Eren... who leaves in the middle without Mikasa even noticing.
When Mikasa looks up, she sees that a puppy-dog eyed Sasha has taken Eren's place, and asks if she can have Mikasa's bread.
In slow motion, Mikasa extends the loaf of bread out to her, but decides to punk her and eat it herself.
Sasha gains a second wind when spotting a loaf of bread, which revives her from an exhaustion coma and apparently turns her into a demon. When she spots her comrade who brought her the bread, she snaps out of her animalistic trance... mildly.
She grabs her bread-bearing savior and begs to know if she is actually a God.