Happy Father’s Day: One Dad Joke at a Time

by Miranda Brooks 20. June 2021 10:09

To help us celebrate Father’s Day, we asked you to submit some of your favorite dad jokes. And you didn’t disappoint. Here are a few of our favorites.

Contract Service Specialist Liza Davis:

What do you call a deer with one eye? No eye deer. 

Professional Driver Drek Landes:

What do you call a cow with no legs? Ground beef.

Cybersecurity Analyst Matt Reece:  

What is a pirate’s favorite letter? You’d think it was the ‘Rrrrrr,’ but it’s the ‘C.’

Senior Pricing Analyst Richard Williams:

True story: I go into Food City and grab a basket as I only needed a few things. I get two cartons of eggs.  As I get to the checkout counter, I take out one carton, then the other.  And I say, “Why yes, I did put all my eggs in one basket.

Dedicated Logistics Engineer Bob Gibler

What do you call someone with a nose and no body? Nobody nose!

Transportation Manager Nina Ralston:

When does a joke become a dad joke? When it becomes apparent.

Professional Driver Alpha Prime:

Where does a king keep his armies? In his sleevies.

Competitive Intel Analyst David Pielmeier:

Where do dads store all of their dad jokes? In a DAD-abase.

Physical Damage Examiner Mike Summerour:

For some odd reason, every June 1st, I feel dismayed.

Freight Analyst Latasha Simpson: 

I just got a horse. I named him Mayo. Sometimes, Mayo neighs.

Professional Driver Steve Boda:

I thought I spotted a leopard once. It turns out they're born that way.

Senior HR Service Center Rep Steve Correll:

Why does Snoop Dogg carry an umbrella? Fo’ Drizzle.

Customer Experience Manager Laura Gerdnic:

Why did the golfer wear two pairs of pants? In case he got a hole-in-one.

Recruiter Gerald Naylor:

What do you call a truck that complains a lot? A Freightwhiner.

Customer Experience Support Rep Rothman Driver:

Did I tell you I had a dream I was a muffler? I woke up exhausted. 

Whether you’ll be celebrating on the road or at home with the kids, for all the dads out there, feel free to use these today. As always, your kids will love them – maybe as much as your white tennis shoes. Happy Father’s Day!



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