This Father’s Day Laugh It up With Some Good Ol’ Texas Dad Jokes
It's almost Father's Day, thus time to dust off those good ol' "dad jokes" that were sent in by our West Texas dads (and some moms too). I do believe I am well-versed and well-experienced in the telling of dad jokes. I'm kind of a connoisseur.
Now that the kids are all out of the house, my dad jokes don't go over too well with my wife. So I thought instead of letting them go to waste, I'd share them with you, and maybe you could get a chuckle from your kiddos.
Before I get started, thank you to all our listeners who shared your jokes with us on the station's Facebook page. I will admit that I had to remove some of the dad jokes because they were not suitable for mixed company, with kids potentially scrolling our media pages.
A word of advice though, be careful how many of these you share with your spouse; they can tolerate only so much. Below are some of the listener-shared dad jokes. Enjoy.
From Kayla Williams:
Do you know where I store all my dad jokes? In the pun-try.
Do you think songbirds get mad at hummingbirds because they don’t know the words?
Why do bees have sticky hair? 'Cause they use a honeycomb.
If you get cold, it’s always best to stand in a corner since it’s hotter - it’s 90 degrees.
A lion would never play golf, but a tiger would.
From Kevin Brenek:
Every time I buy a gallon of milk at the grocery store, the cashier asks if I want the milk in a bag. I always tell them, "Nah, just leave it in the carton."
From Diane Treadwell:
Do you know what happens when a snowman throws a tantrum? He has a meltdown.
From Taylor Brooks:
Why is the calendar so sad? Because its days are numbered.
From Clay Carabajal:
A screwdriver walks into a bar. The bartender says, “Hey there, we have a drink named after you." The screwdriver says, “You have a drink named Steve?”
From Clarence Hart:
The waiter says to the dad, "Sir, you wanna box for those leftovers?" The dad smiles and says, "No, but I'll wrestle you for them."
From Tom Bradley:
Geology is one of the most important life lessons. You learn not to take everything for granite.
From Jon Julien:
Did you hear about the optometrist who fell into his lens-grinding machine? He made a spectacle out of himself.
From John Caswell:
What does a painter do when he gets cold? He puts on a second coat.
From Chris Villalobos:
How did the telephone propose to his girlfriend? He gave her a ring.