Father’s Day is here! We hope you have a relaxing Sunday filled with good food, Die Hards 1-4, and the looming suspicion your kid put way more thought into their Mother’s Day gift last month. Here are 10 hilarious tweets about Father’s Day we think you’ll enjoy!
A tradition as old as dads themselves.
Every year on Father’s Day Eve a dad climbs down the chimney and sets your thermostat to the perfect temperature.
— Tinker Elle (@elle91) June 19, 2017
Leave some free work t-shirts lying around while you’re at it.
It’s Father’s Day. Don’t forget to hide charcoal briquettes around the house for your dad to find
— Jeff Wysaski (@pleatedjeans) June 18, 2017
Commercials: notoriously insensitive to the plight of dads.
Happy Father’s Day to all the dads in commercials who are left in charge of the kids and then get tomato sauce all over the kitchen.
— Ari Scott (@ariscott) June 19, 2016
There’s no better present than an existential crisis.
when your father’s day gift makes you question if you’re still alive pic.twitter.com/OcXz17WyZN
— Grant Tanaka (@GrantTanaka) June 18, 2017
Happy Father’s Day! Enjoy your maple syrupy pillowcases.
For Father’s Day my kids spilled me breakfast in bed.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) June 21, 2015
We’d like to wish an especially happy Father’s Day to Gene.
the apostrophe in “father’s day” indicates that this day is meant to celebrate one dad only. my guess is Gene, down the street
— chuuch (@ch000ch) June 21, 2015
A stern reminder to not do this.
Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there. Unless you refer to watching your kids as babysitting.
— Rich Cromwell (@rcromwell4) June 18, 2017
Get it changed twice just in case.
For Father’s Day, I’m giving my dad a receipt proving I got my oil changed & a detailed description of the route we took to get to his house
— Brian Gaar (@briangaar) June 18, 2015
The easiest way to say “I love you.”
Get your dad what he really wants this Father’s Day by turning off the lights when you leave a room.
— Mike Primavera (@primawesome) June 18, 2015
And finally, a reminder for all dads the other 364 days of the year.
Every day is father's day on your local classic rock station
— Dan gagliardi (@asimplemachine) June 21, 2015