I was thrown in jail for not having twine!

I couldn't make bale.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/thomasbrakeline
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My dad told me to never buy stock in Lipton, Tetley, or Twinings.

He always said, β€œMoney doesn’t grow on teas.”

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πŸ‘€︎ u/GotMyOrangeCrush
πŸ“…︎ Apr 20 2019
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Just woke up to this beauteaful pun
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πŸ‘€︎ u/Jonah-1903
πŸ“…︎ Aug 08 2019
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Heard this gem today at a craft store with my fiancΓ©e

We were looking for twine or something in the yarn section and this dad walks by with his two daughters, gives a huge yawn, and says, "WOW! That was a huge yarn" and then began to start chuckling uncontrollably.

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πŸ‘€︎ u/wsmith27
πŸ“…︎ Jan 12 2014
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Regarding the diets of dairy cows.

I grew up in Vermont. Around my town were plenty of dairy farms, inviting the always wonderful manure aroma. An aroma that nearly forced my father to inhale deeply through his nose, saying, "Ah, fresh Vermont air!"

That's an excellent Dad one liner, as are most dad jokes, but he had another great one that I'm getting to.

You see, the hay bails we saw growing up in Vermont were mostly the cube variety. Hay bailing technology at the time created cubes of hay, so that's what dotted the fields they'd graze in.

As we grew older, we starting noticing the now more common round bails of hay. Dad was not pleased.

I asked him what the problem was or, at least, what his problem was with the round bails. The best jokes are set up when you ask for them.

So, he tells me. New farming technology allowed the round bails to be created more efficiently. They used less fuel in the bailers, took less passes on the field to gather the hay. They used less twine, and even though they didn't fil

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