This Father's Day get rolling with laughter as you take out time to spend the day with your dad. Read on to find funny & humorous jokes for Father's Day.

Funny Father's Day Jokes

How often do you think of thanking your father for all the joys and all the little things he has done for you without expecting anything in return? Father's Day is the ultimate time to catch up with your dad and have some fun time together, reliving old memories and making new ones and telling him that you care. Fathers are the reason why our lives are so special. Being a dad is not easy. Your dad is likely to feel ignored, unappreciated and even unwanted at times. Father's Day gives you the chance to pep up his sagging spirits and commemorate his importance in your life. You can buy him a card or gift but nothing can beat the joy of getting a smile on his face. Catch up with your father over lunch or even a cup of coffee and spend some hearty time together laughing over some witty moments. Bring him a smile and a touch of warmth this Father's Day with some rib-tickling jokes and funny moments.

Funny Jokes On Father's Day

On Wishing Dad
Jonathan, a 17-year-old boy, was out with his friends one night when he realized that it was Father's Day and he has forgotten to wish his dad. Immediately, he hurries into a card shop to pick a card for his dad. However, he is disappointed to find only two Father's Day card. He sheepishly picks one card and presents it to his father.

On opening it, his father is puzzled to see the message contained: "You've been like a father to me."

Jonathan explains, "Well it was either this card or the one that said, "Now that I am a father too!"

Things A Dad Would Never Say
My Gen-X friend Jenny gave her father a Father's Day card that said- "Things My Dad Would Never Say-
"Can you turn up that music?"
"Go ahead and take my truck. Here's 50 bucks for gas."
"I LOVE your tattoo. We should both get new ones."
"Here, you take the remote."

Dog or Dad
While flying from Philadelphia to Denver, I once overheard a mother telling to her nine year old son, "Jacob, now remember- run to Dad first, and then the dog."

Where's Dad?
Father's Day is the day we honor dear old dad only if we can find him. Good places to look for: - At the golf course -- in the rough.
- At the bank -- cursing the ATM machine.
- On top of the house -- trying to trying to hook up the dish before the game starts.
- Under the car -- watching the oil drip.
- At the hardware store, bragging to a total stranger about his kids.