Written by on March 20, 2023

“Dad, I’m hungry. Hi Hungry, I’m dad!”, “Did you hear about the guy that wouldn’t cool people off? He wasn’t a fan.”, “Did you hear about the guy who got caught stealing a calendar?  He got TWELVE MONTHS.”  You can groan if you want, but “dad jokes” like that are actually GOOD for kids. Dad jokes are usually wholesome, corny puns and because they’re so soft, they’re sometimes criticized for being stupid and lame. But a new study says that “dad jokes” actually have a positive effect on kids’ development.  The researchers say that when fathers embarrass their children with unfunny jokes, it teaches them how to overcome awkwardness. Seriously, pushing your kids’ limits on how much embarrassment they can handle shows them that embarrassment is common, and not a big deal. So keep repeating the same old stale puns, year-in and year-out . . . it’s your DUTY to your kids. So, keep dishing out those “dad jokes” as much as possible to help your kid be better off. Here’s a few to really make your kids feel better about themselves that you should use all day and night.

I love dad jokes, but I don’t have kids, which makes me a Faux Pa.

I only know 25 letters of the alphabet — I just don’t know y.

My dream job is to clean mirrors, because I can really see myself doing that.

I lost 25% of my roof last night…oof.

I don’t trust stairs. They’re always up to something.

RIP, boiling water. You will be mist.

Two guys walked into a bar. The third guy ducked.

Two peanuts went walking down the street. One was assaulted.

I’m so good at sleeping that I can do it with my eyes closed!

I had a dream that I weighed less than a thousandth of a gram. I was like, 0mg.

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