My son asked me if the movie Office Space was funny

I told him, in a few years, you’ll see it’s a documentary.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/mycorona69
πŸ“…︎ Sep 01 2020
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I saw a funny movie about an Italian arachnid.

It was a Roman tick comedy

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πŸ‘€︎ u/coluber_kid
πŸ“…︎ May 29 2020
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Leek in the boat
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I need a pun about chips for a Christmas gift

So my brother is super hard to buy for because my mom buys him EVERYTHING, literally. This kid has every toy, game console, video game, movie, funko pop, t-shirt, etc to ever exist. My sister and I decided to buy him chips for Christmas. I got jalapeno cheddar cheetos, a few snack bags of spicy chips, and a can of pringles. I'm going to wrap them individually and put them in a stocking. I would like to add a card with a pun or joke about chips to at least make this (admittedly low effort) gift funny.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/tazzles26
πŸ“…︎ Dec 22 2020
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Told a dad joke while meeting my girlfriend's family

So it was my first time meeting my girlfriend's family and it was a holiday so I had assumed it would go like how it is in the movies, the guy being constantly criticized by the girl's family and told he's not good enough but I must have lucked out as they absolutely loved me, after we had the traditional thanksgiving meal at around 4, her family and I went to the porch to drink and joke around. On the way out to the porch, buzzed me thought it would be hilarious to take someone's ukelele with me and hide it on the porch, I promised myself that before the day is over, I'd use that ukelele as a joke piece and get everyone to love me even more. So the evening is going great, everyone's drunk, laughing, telling funny family stories when all of a sudden, I stand up, get everyone's attention and I grab the ukelele, picked it up and said

"I like to play a little guitar"

The hysterical, drunken laughs of everyone on the porch was the highlight of the best Thanksgiving I've ever had.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/blacksplosiveness
πŸ“…︎ Nov 29 2015
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Fozzie the Bear tells the ultimate dad jokes.
  1. Did I tell you the one about the man with the light bulb in his nose? He was lightheaded.

  2. Why are fish so smart? 'Cause they swim in schools.

  3. Why did the man put a sweater on his hot dog? Because it was a chili dog.

  4. Fozzie:Β There was this sailor that was SO fat Sailor:Β How fat was he? Fozzie:Β He was so fat that everybody liked him, and there was nothing funny about him at all.

  5. Why do movie stars have lots of fans?Because theirΒ hot.

  6. What do you get when you put chocolate pudding in your mother's shoes? You get a spanking

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πŸ‘€︎ u/patient_zero84
πŸ“…︎ Oct 02 2018
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[Meta] Dadjokes aren't just puns.

As a big proponent of the dadjoke I want to argue that a dadjoke is not just a pun. I see lots of material submitted here that might be better suited for /r/punny.

Speaking as a dad, for me a classic dad joke is highly dependent on the context.

I can't whip out old standbys at any moment and call them proper dadjokes. If I'm driving my kid to school I can't just ask him "Hey, do you know why the kids couldn't see the pirate movie? It was rated aaarrrgh!". That's just a bad joke.

OTOH, if my kid says "are" kinda funny (which he has before), and I make a joke about him being the youngest pirate I know (I may or may not have done this before), then that's a dadjoke. A shitty one, but still a dadjoke. The best context ones are where a situation presents itself and the dad takes the opportunity to make the lame joke (as in a post from awhile back where the OP overheard three or four dads make almost the exact same joke at an aquarium).

Straight up puns should go to /r/punny. Context specific jokes which rely on vagaries of the language or the funny situation, should stay here.

Just my two cents worth.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/smileyman
πŸ“…︎ Feb 04 2016
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Rubber - Movie

So I was hanging out with friends and they told me about this movie Rubber. It's a movie about a tire that goes around and kills people. I had never heard of it so I asked if the tire won any awards because it would be funny to see them roll out a tire to a podium. My buddy across the table says "Yeah, it had a pretty Goodyear."

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πŸ‘€︎ u/92235
πŸ“…︎ Aug 27 2017
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Dad-joked by a toilet

For all of my life, my brain has played a soundtrack. At all times, in all places, I hear music going through my head, from the moment I awaken in the morning until I go to sleep at night. I can only shut it off by listening to other music, watching a movie, etc. but it soon starts up again once the outside source of stimulus is removed.

Yesterday I was travelling. When I visited the restroom prior to boarding my flight, the the music in my head suddenly switched tracks from "I've Been Everywhere Man" (that got really old after the first hour. Oy!) to "Africa" by Toto. "That's odd", I thought to myself, "the music in my head usually doesn't switch tracks unless something has changed around me." I finished my business, cleaned up, stood up, and turned around to flush.

Then I saw it. There, emblazoned on the porcelain, was the word "TOTO". The manufacturer of the toilet. "Nice job, brain, funny, hah-hah," I thought to myself.

The song in my head came to an abrupt halt. Silence, for just one moment. Blessed silence. Rare for me. Then I realized. My brain was giving me time to digest the previous joke. Waiting for me to think I'd arrived at the punch line. Pausing for a beat before it delivered the next one. "Africa" started over again, telling me exactly why the DJ deciding songs in my head had picked this exact moment, this exquisite situation, this exact set of circumstances to deliver the internal Dad Joke of the year:

"Doodoo doo-doo doodoo do dooooooooo...."

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πŸ‘€︎ u/txgsync
πŸ“…︎ Sep 23 2016
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I think I'm finally ready to become a dad.

So I'm currently watching all 6 star wars movies to prep myself for the new one coming out.

I just now finished watching Attack of the Clones. At the part where C3PO has his head attached to the battle droid, abs R2D2 removes it and starts dragging his head on the ground, 3PO says "this is such a drag"

Now as long as I can remember I've always HATED that line. I saw the movie for the first time in theaters when I was 16 years old and thought that little joke was the absolute dumbest and pointless part of the entire movie.

Now 13 years later I watched it again and when he said that line I just found myself laughing at it like it was actually really funny. I recognized that cringe in it but all kept laughing for like two minutes at it.

Does this mean I need to find someone to impregnate immediately?

Same thing goes with most dad jokes. Especially puns. Always hated them but have really been enjoying the posts on this sub lately.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/MrDeez444
πŸ“…︎ Nov 07 2015
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Wife got me in the movie theater...

We were watching the newest Hunger Games movie a couple of weekends ago. Throughout the film she was (very quietly) whispering interesting things that were in the books but not the film.

Mild Spoilers

There is a certain part where a character goes back for a cat.

End Mild Spoilers

She leans over and I think she was going to tell me another interesting things about the scene. She whispered a little louder than the other times, "You've gotta be kitten me right meow!"

You could hear the slight chuckle from the people in front of us and I had to stifle my laughter. I probably shouldn't find it that funny, but I love good timing and a corny joke.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/blackdragon8577
πŸ“…︎ Dec 10 2014
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From my uncle

My uncle took my friend and me to a movie. On the way in, my friend told a joke that wasn't that funny (I don't remember the joke now). I made fun of him for telling such a bad joke and my friend said "Hey, I'm pretty funny." My uncle replied with "looks aren't everything."

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πŸ‘€︎ u/RNAwins
πŸ“…︎ Dec 05 2013
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What is The Matrix...?

When I was about 15, I asked my parents if I could see "The Matrix." At that time, if I asked to see an R-rated movie, the rule was we waited till it came to video (yes, at the time it was videotapes) and my parents would watch it first without me to decide if they were comfortable with me watching it.

They watched it, and the next day, my dad asked me what I thought The Matrix was- I said it was some kind of group of cops or something that could do cool aerial fighting moves.

He said, "Unfortunately, no one can be told what The Matrix is... You have to see it for yourself."

For those who are unfamiliar, this is exactly the line used by one of the main characters when he introduces the concept of The Matrix.

No one? Just me? I thought it was funny. Oh well.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/jjk35
πŸ“…︎ Nov 30 2013
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Every single time...

Every time we enter a restroom. At home, church, bar, movie theater, etc. We walk upto the urinals and with that stupid smirk you only get when you're about to tell the most funny joke ever; loudly for everyone to hear he says: "This must be where all the Dicks hangout." 25 years later, It still gets me

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πŸ‘€︎ u/Vyrot89
πŸ“…︎ Aug 25 2014
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In it for the long troll... any other suggestions?

Every time the household has one of those "I love you" rounds... I say "I love lamp." The kids look at me funny and I correct myself to the appropriate-for-the-moment comment.

I look forward to them watching the classic "old" movie I've been referencing for as long as they remember. I hope they'll call me to say they finally got the joke.

Any other long-term dad-bombs I should start planting?

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πŸ‘€︎ u/morechatter
πŸ“…︎ Oct 25 2013
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Went to a movie with my wife in a new big theater

Wife: It has 5 stories or something!

Me: That's funny, usually the movies I see only have 1 story.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/partyeh
πŸ“…︎ Aug 06 2015
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Let's play a game

We were watching a reality show called Oak Island when my dad said, "This would take a turn if they'd misheard and its actually Poison Oak Island. (Cue dad laugh)

But it got me thinking about a game I saw on Hollywood Game Night where they merge someone's last name and someone's first name. Like Bruce Wayne Gretzky. I find that hilarious.

This is my game creation: merge a well known phrase with a TV show, movie or other media that completely changes the premise of the media in a funny way.

First contribution: Tie Die Hard

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πŸ‘€︎ u/katfacekillah
πŸ“…︎ Sep 25 2014
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Toilet Humor?

My family was watching a movie, and I came into the room a couple minutes later. I accidently said "Where should I shit?", because everyone had a seat already. Within a second my mom said, "The toilet, of course.

Kinda cheating but moms are funny, too...

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πŸ‘€︎ u/shamanfreak
πŸ“…︎ Oct 01 2013
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