There’s no question that parenting is funny, whether it’s the best of times or the worst of times – and most of the times, a good dad will make any kind of time more eye-rollingly hilarious.
These 13 dads aren’t afraid to share their points-of-view on Twitter or anywhere else, and it’s always nice to see the world of parenting through a different lens.
Even if there are often puns involved.
13. I’m guessing more than a few.
He was human, you know!
I wonder how many times Mary and Joseph were late for Temple because 4 year old Jesus wanted to tie his robe all by himself.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) January 31, 2021
12. She’s quick.
That’s parenting done well, my friends.
my daughter was wearing a flannel hoodie so I said “hey, the 90’s called” and she replied “yeah cause they couldn’t text” and godDAMMIT I’m getting really tired of my kids owning me
— Grant Tanaka (@GrantTanaka) January 29, 2021
11. One day it will all come together.
But then it will be too late. Bless.
6-year-old: When I have my own house, I'll take naps whenever I want.
Me: Will you have kids?
6-year-old: What's that got to do with it?
— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) February 3, 2021
10. Genetics, my friends.
There’s no beating them.
The biggest parenting challenge you ever face is raising the “you” out of your kids
— Richard Dean (@dad_on_my_feet) January 13, 2021
9. I’m impressed there was a plot at all.
It’s mostly nonsense from what I can tell.
I made the mistake of asking my 6-year-old what her favorite TV show is about.
She's been talking for four straight days and I lost the plot at minute two.
— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) January 26, 2021
8. It takes a lot of work.
More than you would imagine going in.
Trying to raise your kid to be a good person is so exhausting, no wonder the world is full of assholes
— WTFDAD (@daddydoubts) January 21, 2021
7. Stone cold.
He might not even come to visit, either.
i told my son that i love him and he said “that’s cool”.
he’s going to put me in a nursing home for sure.
— i am dan (@dadopotamus) January 14, 2021
6. How to have a heart attack.
Every day for the rest of your life.
Yesterday I overheard my two year old son saying “Are you sure this is a good idea” and my five year old son replying “Trust me” and I have never moved from one room to another so quickly in my life
— non podchametz 🚫🍞 (@crookedroads770) January 23, 2021
5. No matter how much it is, it will be doubled when it spills.
And it will definitely spill.
If parenting has taught me anything, it’s that you only give your toddler as much juice as you’d like to see on the floor
— Richard Dean (@dad_on_my_feet) December 28, 2020
4. Strictly speaking, toddlers are always close to death.
They enjoy living on the edge.
Nobody is closer to death than a toddler is when they're denied their 47th drink of water at bedtime.
— Dadman Walking (@dadmann_walking) January 28, 2021
3. They just keep coming.
And they get more complicated as your kids age.
Parenting isn't really a test, it's more an unrelenting series of pop quizzes that you had no clue were coming and are in no way prepared for.
— Henpecked Hal (@HenpeckedHal) January 5, 2021
2. I have never read a more dad tweet in my life.
I love it so much.
Me trying to be a fun dad: Let’s go out to breakfast!
Also me: Mad the rest of the day because of how expensive orange juice is.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) January 27, 2021
1. Zero or a hundred.
That’s how kids operate.
The only moods my kids have: pic.twitter.com/5gtVuknfiU
— A Bearer Of Dad News🇬🇾 (@HomeWithPeanut) December 29, 2020
A good dad joke is worth it’s weight in gold, don’t you think?
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