An account on social media has an endless source of hilarious jokes, puns, and one-liners. Dadsaysjokes posts all the funny dad jokes that you probably don't want to miss out.
Apart from pieces of advice and some wisdom doses from our dads, their jokes are constant; some funny or not-so-funny ones that just leave us confused. Whether you want it or not, you would see 'em coming your way every now and then. But our love for dad jokes is real. As they say, unlike our dads, they never get old! The irony is not only our dads, but anyone can throw them (okay, excuse the pun).
But I tell you, you don't need a moment to throw a dad joke. It could be anytime, anywhere you want-a family get together, a 5-minutes walk to the mart, during a drive to drop a friend, or a Christmas party. However, a 360° eye roll and an annoyed smirk show the dad joke has not pleased the listener much. Who cares!
We all follow pages on social media that post real good stuff, be it any genre. And when it comes to humor, who doesn't love some daily dose of it!
Although there are hundreds of accounts that post funny stuff, many of them might fill your feed with just dumb posts. So, follow the worthy ones and save your time.
One such page, @dadsaysjokes, stands out among all. It seems to never run out of fantastic dad jokes. Its 2 million followers on Instagram and 146K followers on Twitter really know what they signed up for.
The exciting thing is, it posts fresh (yes, not the ones that our forefathers used to crack and pass on to next generations) dad jokes. However, they are not necessarily 'dad' jokes. From extraordinary puns to satirical one-liners and epic wisdom bites, Dadsaysjokes has it all.
Scroll down and be ready for light-hearted humor. Here's is our top selection from the page.
The National Post claims that the very first recorded use of the term “dad joke” happened in 1987 when Jim Kalbaugh, a columnist with the Gettysburg Times, wrote: “As we approach Father’s Day, I would like to propose that ‘Dad’ Jokes not be banned. They should be revered, preserved.” Kalbaugh got his wish because the internet is keeping the dad joke genre alive and well.
Anyway, back to the wholesome plate of dad jokes.