Dad jokes: they’re so terrible that they’re definitely correct. Despite how utterly cheesy and predictable they can be, you have to admit that a number of the pleasant Dad Meme are supposed to be shared. So after you’ve got cringed and facepalmed your way through the following dad shaggy dog story memes, take into account sharing them with the dads, granddads, uncles or practically all and sundry who could in reality respect a harmless dad’s effort at real humor
“When you have a bladder infection…”
The Getcha Dad Jokes Here meme is ultra-relatable, featuring a dad laughing hysterically at his own terrible joke on one side of the dinner table while the rest of the family winces in embarrassment.
“Hi, Hungry, I’m Dad.”
“I walked into the kitchen yesterday, and I said to my dad ‘Hey, I’m hungry.’ And my dad said, ‘Hi, hungry, I’m the dad.'”
Sometimes dads take things a little too literally. If you know a dad who loves to turn adjectives into identities, you know what kind of jokes you’re in for.
“A Happy Kid Is Like an Antidepressant.”
“A happy kid is like an antidepressant.”
“But a natural one. Not the kind your husband has to find in your jewelry drawer.”
“Enough said about that.”
“German Potato Soup!”
“German potato soup!”
“If that ain’t P90X soup, I don’t know what is!”
If there’s an extreme fitness program out there for all the macho dads who want to bulk up, it’s got to be P90X. Celebrity fitness trainer Tony Horton tries to keep it fun and motivating by cracking as many dad jokes and one-liners as possible to keep the pain and agony of working out off of everyone’s minds.
“Hey, Man, I Love You This Many Dollars Worth.”
“It’s like this tangible thing you can point to and say, ‘Hey, man, I love you this many dollars worth.”
Similar to Phil Dunphy, Michael Scott from The Office is a master of unintentional dad-like humor. Known for popularizing the hilarious catchphrase, “That’s what she said,” Michael Scott is another TV comedy king of satire and non-jokes.
“How does NASA organize a party?”
Dad Joke Dog is an Advice Animal meme that features no dads, but rather a confused looking dog and baby in a photoshoot. Both appear to be engaging in conversation as the dog awkwardly tells the most stereotypical dad joke, which of course only ends in disappointment and confusion.
“Money Can Be Exchanged for Goods and Services.”
“Aw, twenty dollars? I wanted a peanut.”
“Twenty dollars can buy MANY peanuts!”
“Money can be exchanged for goods and services.”
Though not the brightest of all TV dads, Homer Simpson is definitely one of the funniest thanks to his dimwitted sense of humor. In fact, it’s probably got a lot to do with why The Simpsons is the longest-running sitcom on TV.
“Dogs can’t operate an MRI machine.”
Dads can never resist the urge to make a pun, can they? While everyone else is facepalming their way into oblivion, dad is usually doing the opposite – grinning and chuckling at how impressed he is with his own creative sense of humor.
“It Looks Decent!”
“Y’know, if you take everything I’ve accomplished in my entire life and condense it down to one day…”
“It looks decent!”
Seinfeld may have been a show about practically nothing, but it sure did have some really great, really timeless jokes. The way George Costanza always brought awareness to his uneventful, mediocre life was something that probably everyone (not just dads) could relate to.
“My Socks Are Already Off.”
Vivian Banks: “I have slipped into something that will knock your socks off.”
Philip Banks: “My socks are already off. Just come out naked.”
He didn’t joke around intentionally, but Uncle Phil from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air definitely had his fair share of funny moments in a very blunt and bold type of way.
“Malcolm, It’s Time to Cook!”
“Malcolm, it’s time to cook!”
Before he was a meth scientist in Breaking Bad, he was Hal Wilkerson – the awkward and quirky dad from Malcolm in the Middle. His parenting style was sometimes pretty unique.
“Keep It Real, Homies.”
“Keep it real, homies.”
Whether he’s in American Pie or Schitt’s Creek, Eugene Levy always nails the stereotypical dad character. A dad who tries to keep up with modern day slang is a dad who is clearly trying really hard to stay young.
“You mean the manufacturer’s opinion?”
Overly Manly Man is a meme featuring a shirtless guy looking like he’s ready to fight someone. These memes include captions that focus on really exaggerating the masculine ego and toughness.
During President Obama’s seventh pardoning of the turkey for Thanksgiving, he couldn’t resist making a dad joke as his two daughters stood by on either side of him.
“My Daughter Said She Wanted a Barby for Christmas.”
“My daughter said she wanted a baby for Christmas.”
“So did I.”
It’s no secret that a lot of dads love grilling. And whether it’s chicken, steak or anything else grill-worthy that he’s proudly preparing to serve, a happy dad with his barbecue is a dad who’ll probably take any opportunity to make a corny joke.
“As a Stay-at-home Dad…”
“As a stay-at-home dad taking care of four kids, I’m allowed to lose three cellphones a year. Problem is, they come out of my fantasy football budget.”
Modern Dads is a comedy about a group of stay-at-home dads while their partners go to work, and you can bet that the dad humor is strong in this one.
“I Don’t Always Screw up Massively, But When I Do…”
“I don’t always screw up massively, but when I do, I’m 100% convinced that I’m right.”
The Most Interesting Man in the World started as an ad for Dos Equis beer, but the internet took it to a whole new level by turning him into a meme. The catchphrase template, “I don’t always X, but when I do, Y,” has dad joke written all over it.