Welcome to the latest installment of the week’s funniest dad memes and tweets.
Grab a seat and enjoy this collection of dad jokes, puns, memes, and rants from some funny AF dads.
if you love people talking over you, kids might be for you.
— Dadman Walking (@dadmann_walking) August 2, 2023
My good friend has a wife and kids and has been in the hospital for 4 days. Man, life can be so unfair — I have a wife and kid so why don’t I get to be alone in a hospital for 4 days?
— Daddy Go Fish (@daddygofish) August 3, 2023
Had my first real car ride with my 15 yr old driving and let me tell you, you are not prepared for that level of anxiety
— McDad (@mcdadstuff) August 3, 2023
On the next "Unsolved Mysteries" my wife and I investigate how there aren't enough hangers for the clothes we washed when they were on hangers before we wore them.
— Dan Regan (@DanRegan_Comedy) July 25, 2023
My 6yo fell over today because he was distracted by watching some construction work happening across the street and I didn’t even see how he fell because I was distracted by watching some construction work happening across the street
— Kevin The Dad (@kevinthedad) August 2, 2023
The person that joins a Zoom meeting where everyone’s video is off and leaves their camera on is the same person that reminded the teacher that she forgot to assign that night’s homework.
— Dad Pickup Line (@dadpickupline) August 2, 2023
McDonald's PlayPlace is just child UFC for kids whose parents will be "right back"
— 🍁Graham Kritzer (@GrahamKritzer) August 3, 2023
My boss asked me why I only get sick on work days.
I said it must be my weekend immune system.
— PUNS (@ThePunnyWorld) August 3, 2023
grandmas be like imma stay for a few days and reset your children back to factory settings
— Vinod Chhaproo (@Chhapiness) August 2, 2023
My parents are “oh yeah, I forgot to tell you I had surgery yesterday” years old
— Robert Knop (@FatherWithTwins) August 2, 2023
I went to AutoZone and asked for window shield wipers. Window shield. I can never go back.
— Dude-Bro Dad (@thedadvocate01) August 2, 2023
It's important to encourage children to do something that they normally wouldn't try, like to be quiet or just go away.
— Rodney Lacroix (@RodLacroix) August 1, 2023
My daughters returned from their first joint babysitting adventure and the 11 y/o was complaining to the 13 y/o about having to be the one to tell the kids “no” while 13 was the “fun and reckless one.” It’s like they are already assuming the relative roles of a Mom and a Dad.
— NicholasG (@Dad_At_Law) July 29, 2023