1: When this dad joke was all about dead people trying to enter the cool club.
#MarchDadness every time we pass by the cemetery my dad says "people are dying to get in there!"— John K (@JohnKMich) March 16, 2017
2: Don’t question him. He knows what the heck he is talking about.
3: *Laughs nervously* Then, runs. Runs to another planet.
Every time the doorbell rang my dad would yell, "Everybody, act normal!" Loud enough for the person outside to hear it. #MarchDadness— Terra Collins (@TerraCollinsWC) March 16, 2017
4: When you suddenly acquire a talent, you have to tell the world about it.
Dad broke his wrist, asked nurse if he'll be able to play piano. When she said yes, he said "Great! I couldn't play before!" #MarchDadness— Lisa Snow (@1flakeofSnow) March 16, 2017
5: Now, this dad remains updated to all the stuff that is happening around the world.
6: Dadness has never been this savage, has it?
Dad: What's Forrest gumps password for everything— Chase Hockman (@chase_hockman) March 15, 2017
7: Of course, they do. Who can forget charming and notoriously funny dads?
8: Because logic matter more than anything else.
[Job interview]— Bad Dad Jokes (@baddadjokes) May 7, 2017
"Can you explain this gap in your résumé?"
Me: "I fell asleep on the space key."#dadjokes
9: Naming everything in style is their way of flaunting their grey cells like the pro they are.
10: Dude, this makes more sense than my life right now.
When the cashier at the grocery store asks my dad if he would like the milk in a bag he says,'No, just leave it in the carton!"#marchdadness— Ricky Reyes (@ricky_reyes35) March 15, 2017
11: Not that the concept of joke is lost on us but why? WHY?
12: Just trying to protect the esteem that runs low with it.
My dad bought me a condom when I turned 18. The cashier asked if we needed a bag, my dad replied, "No, she isn't that ugly." #MarchDadness— Perkinskiii (@adrunkteacher) March 15, 2017
13: he cannot stress enough on the word happily enough. Not. Enough.
Me: Dad, how long hve u been married? Dad: 17 happily married years. Me: thought it was 24 years? Dad: like I said, HAPPILY. #MarchDadness— markHTKgedman (@mHTKgedman) March 15, 2017