Today I jumped at the fog, but I mist
Santa asked Rudolph to let him know if it was going to rain. Rudolph sniffed the air and affirmed that it was going to rain. Surprised, Mrs. Claus asked Santa “How did Rudolph know it is going to rain?” “Because” replied Santa “Rudolph the red knows rain, dear.”
If you fellow dadjokers haven't seen this, it's basically a movie full of dadjokes. :)
"We're all here to help you...now it's time to let us." (while he points to a leaf of lettuce)
I suggest watching it immediately. :)
Me: (looks up) Wow! There's not a single cloud in the sky!
Daughter: (looks up) What are you talking about?
Me: There's not.
Daughter: Dad, there are like... (gets it) Daughter: (scowls)
Sky begins to be cloudy,
I ask: "will it rain?"
he replies: "tell ya tomorrow"
When I/my brother don't ask the question, he even asks himself out loud and responds himself out loud.
I love my dad.
He lands into a water tank labeled “Sodium Chloride.”
Guy swims up through the cloudy white fluid.
Gasping for air he shouts up to to stranger that shoved him:
“Why did you do that?! Now I feel in-salt-ed!”
What's it called when Italy Attacks Britain?
He was having an eggs and stencils crisis.
Cloudy with a Chance of meatballs
Unfortunately today is cloudy so it will have to wait.
But I guess my memory’s a little cloudy.
The fellow's logic was cloudy. He stormed from the room.
The husband looks at the cloudy sky and says "It looks like rain" His wife says, "No, it's just cloudy." Their tour guide, a Communist officer named Rudolph, overhears them and says "It will definitely rain." Sure enough, a few minutes later, the heavens open and the tour group runs for cover from the downpour. The husband turns to his wife and says "See? Rudolph the Red knows rain, dear."
My grandparent grew up in the Soviet Union. One cloudy day, as they were walking down the street perception started falling.
My grandmother thought it was snow, while my grandfather thought it was rain.
Their passionate arguing was noticed by the local head of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, a good friend named Rudolph.
After they told him of their dispute, Rudolph stated that it was in fact rain.
With a smile on his face my grandfather turned tp his wife, and said: "You see, Rudolph the Red knows rain dear"
Dad: (talking about my dog) Her right eye is getting a little cloudy.
Me: Yeah those are cataracts, right?
Dad: No I think they're dogaracts.
Quick backstory: there is a bar in my town that all new alumni of the town's university sign upon graduation. My friends and I were in their celebrating a 21st birthday on Saturday and I just graduated. The bar is a restaurant in the daytime and they have great sundaes.
My friend asked the bartender for a sharpie so I could sign the ceiling. The bartender didn't have one and this was our exchange:
Me: "Ah let's come in tomorrow and get sundaes and I'll sign the ceiling."
Friend: "Sounds good to me."
Me: "It could be a sundate."
Me: "Convenient on Sunday!"
Friend: "Jokes on you it's going to be really cloudy!"
Me: "So then it's just clou-day."
Friend: "Get out." (Turns back to me while cringing)
It's cloudy with no rain today, and when I got to the lab in the basement, here's what happened.
Receptionist: Has the sun come out yet today?
Me: No, not yet. But I did see an old bomber and two fighters for the D-Day anniversary.
Nurse passing by: Where were they?
Me: In the sky, where else?
*cue laughter and one "he sure got you good" from the receptionists*
It was cloudy, so the golf ball was hard to see when it was hit. I said to my Dad "I can't see the ball because of the cloud cover." The next ball I hit was painfully bad and rolled onto the grass. My Dad says "There it is".
Me: dad, did you hear about the celebrity photo leaks?
Dad: Yes I did. I just don't know how the photos got out...
Me: well, some hackers got into iCloud and everyone is scared that ittl happen to them as well.
Dad: I don't know why they are scared. It's not always cloudy outside.
My wife and I had just left our apartment the other day and were walking down the street towards the ferry stop. It was getting quite cloudy and windy, and wife says:
"Did you check the weather before we left?"
I said "No, I'll check now."
And then I looked directly up at the sky and stood there like that for a second until she got the joke. I had my (smart)phone in my hand at the time, so I'm sure she thought I was about to look it up on that.