Dear Dad: Jokes From Our Favorite Blokes

Few things are as equally endearing and exasperating as the dad joke. With June comes Father’s Day, so the dads of STRONG have pulled out their best lines.

1. I was playing chess with my friend, and he said, “Let’s make this interesting.”

    So we stopped playing chess. – Stan Long

2. What’s a pirate’s favorite restaurant?

     ARRRRRby’s – Will Giuliani

3. How do you find Will Smith in the snow?

     Look for the fresh prints! – Jeremy McRee

4. “Dad, can you put my shoes on?”

     “No, I don’t think they’ll fit me.” – Chris Jones

5. Where do Volkswagens go when they get old?

     The Old Volks home. – Marcus Turner

6. Dad: “Have you heard about the new movie Constipation?

     Kid: “What? No!”

     Dad: “It never came out.” – Nathan Phillips

7. Son: “Dad, how many people work at your office?”

     Dad: “About 10% of us.” – David McMath (referencing his former company)

Dads of SAM Present: Best Dad Jokes

Children Placing Crown on Dad

by Luke Thomas

Dads can get away with a lot. Bad fashion, questionable sandals, embarrassing carpool appearances… it’s all kosher. The most notorious of paternal practices, however, is the one that every seasoned father pulls out from time to time – the dad joke.

In celebration of Father’s Day, we asked some of our SAM dads to reach into the cheesiest pockets of their personalities to produce this fine collection of STRONG’s Best Dad Jokes.

It’s About to Get Dadtastic

Buckle up!


1. “Dad, will you make me a sandwich?”

POOF! You’re a sandwich. – Nate Lytle


2. “Where does a general keep his armies?”

In his sleevies. – Will Giuliani


3. “Two peanuts were walking down the street.”

One was a salted.


4. “When does a joke become a dad joke?”

When the punchline becomes apparent. – Joey Tichenor (not a dad, but has awesome dad jokes)

5. “What do you tell a grandparent trying to dress your kid in cheesy outfits?”

Hey mom, this is NACHO KID! – Chris Jones


6. “Little Johnny asks his father, ‘Dad, how much does it cost to get married?'”

Dad replies, ‘I don’t know, Johnny. I’m still paying for it.’ –Gene Gill


Advice from Dad

While we may groan at our dad’s corny attempts at humor, the advice that they give us is something that we should hold dear to our hearts.

Dennis Johnson has always been a source of wisdom and sagacity within our agency, and today he shares this piece of advice to remind us of the love behind a father’s words.

Listen to your father and what they say about not speeding, wearing seatbelts, and being careful of other drivers – just like my dad told me. Sometimes, you don’t want to hear it. But when it comes from the heart and life experiences, it’s the truth meant for their own children’s good. – Dennis

From all of us at STRONG, we wish a warm and hearty “Happy Father’s Day” to the dads among us and all the fathers we will celebrate this month.