That’s so basic.
My personal favorite is: "Hey did you hear about the guy who got his whole left side cut off?" "Oh, don't worry. He's all right now."
It lets you add a lot of different flare, especially if you're looking at your phone and you make it sound like a news story or something.
So what's your favorite dad joke?
EDIT: Thank you everyone, I've gotten a good chuckle out of all of these! It's been a rough couple of days, but these all cheered me up. I'm going to be recycling them... My girlfriend eyes are gonna be rolling overtime tonight. I'd feel sorry, but my girlfriend probably doesn't want me feeling anyone but her.
My friends dad started the fire with an old road flare he had, I then proceeded to ask him "how long does that flare burn for?" He responded with "Until it goes out." It hurt in all the right places.
Today I was home, helping my sister out with her application while she was at school. I come to the strengths and weaknesses part. He looks at me with a straight face and says, "Michael, do not put odor under strengths". cracks big smile nostrils flare..... oh, dad.
My dad always told this joke when I was a kid and just curious to see if anyone's heard it:
So this piece of rope walks into a bar and says "Bartender, give me a whiskey"
Bartender says "we don't serve pieces of rope here, get out!"
so the piece of rope leaves and comes back and this scenario plays out 10 more times.
Finally the piece of rope slinks up to the bar and says "Bartender give me a whiskey!"
the Bartender denies him again and throws him out.
the piece of rope ties himself up, flares out his edges and strides back in one more time and shouts "Bartender give me a whiskey!"
the Bartender says "aren't you that same piece of rope I keep throwing out of here!"
Piece of Rope says "Nope, I'm afraid not" (a frayed knot)
"I was thinking about trying out a geography minor."
"Oh really? What makes you want to head in that direction." - Pun one she doesn't acknowledge
"I don't know I just find it interesting. I think I'd like to try human geography."
"Oh really? My cousin told me he took physical geography and said it rocks." - She pauses and stares at me with an unimpressed face, but reluctantly continues
"No I think people geography would be more my style."
"Ya I can see that. You're much more of a people person." - Her eyes flare as it's obvious shes holding back a bellowing guffaw
"We're done here."