Celebrating Father’s Day with “Best of” Dad Jokes

In honor of Father’s Day, TDS is sharing some fine fatherly humor from its associate forum known as Dad Jokes.

For those unfamiliar with so-called dad jokes, they are riddles or statements that involve a silly quip or a deliberate misinterpretation of language sure to make a person roll their eyes or groan out loud when they hear it. The joke is usually short, typically a pun, and generally inoffensive.

TDS’ Tom Bonar, network specialist, started the Dad Jokes forum at TDS in 2017. The group now has hundreds of members.

“I figured everyone loves a good laugh and sometimes that’s just what’s needed to brighten the day a little,” said Bonar when asked about the driving force behind starting the group. “The page is dedicated to clean, work-appropriate humor.”

As the nation celebrates fathers and father-figures this weekend, here are some of the top dad jokes, which we invite you to share with your viewers, listeners, or readers.

I joined a new procrastinator’s group. It’s called Wait Watchers.

I tried to come up with a carpentry pun that woodwork. I think I nailed it.

Can everyone waiting for yodeling lessons, please form an orderly orderly orderly queue.

What’s the opposite of a stink bug? Deodor-ant.

How does a cucumber become a pickle?  It goes through a jarring experience.

I was going to ask the drummer to play again….but then I decided i didn’t want to hear the repercussions.

Why are dad jokes the best way to get into a locked house?  Because they are a little door-key.

Dad, why is that book so thick? Well, it’s a long story.

When does a joke turn into a dad joke? When it becomes apparent!

This Father’s Day, TDS salutes all fathers, grandfathers and father figures.

Remember, there’s a difference between bad jokes and dad jokes. And that difference is the first letter.


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