Parenthood is quite the roller coaster ride -- and as a dad, sometimes you just have to laugh. In honor of Father's Day, we rounded up some of the funniest tweets about fatherhood. Enjoy!
Parents say a lot of things over and over. For example, I just said "Please don't pull Daddy's pants down in public." for the 500th time.— Robert Knop (@FatherWithTwins) March 24, 2016
Being a dad is mostly just remembering to buy ketchup and eating leftovers.— keith (@tchrquotes) June 7, 2015
When I asked 5yo if he ate bkfast he said "I threw it in the garbage" & there it was, next to any illusions I'd had abt enjoying fatherhood.— Dad and Buried (@DadandBuried) May 5, 2016
Went to Lowe's today, while wearing cargo shorts, and bought 5 bags of rocks, so you could say I know a little something about being a dad.— Rich Cromwell (@rcromwell4) June 5, 2016
Being a dad means always being a shoulder to cry on.— Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) April 13, 2016
And wipe your nose on.
And spit up on.
I'm basically just a human napkin.
One thing I definitely underestimated when I first became a father was the great amount of joy embarrassing my kids would bring me.— Abe Yospe (@Cheeseboy22) December 10, 2015
"Wow, Daddy! Dinner was actually yummy tonight!"— Doyin Richards (@daddydoinwork) April 19, 2016
Being a father means that every time you say “that’s what she said,” a little voice asks “did she really?”— Zach Rosenberg (@zjrosenberg) January 21, 2015
Jack (9yrs): Dad, am I your favorite child?— Jim Gaffigan (@JimGaffigan) August 26, 2015
Me: Who are you?
I used to think I would be a cool laid back dad then my kids left the back door wide open when it was 93° outside.— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) June 14, 2016
dad: "how about oatmeal for breakfast"— dadmissions (@Dadmissions) April 5, 2016
dad: "no, you guys need to AGREE!!"
kids: "we DID!!!!"
dad: "sorry, my auto reply was on"
Fatherhood is telling your kids to put on some clothes before they wrestle. This much I know.— Kalvin (@KalvinMacleod) April 9, 2016
90% of parenting small children is trying to keep them from dragging the outdoors inside.— The Unfit Father (@TheUnfitFather) May 12, 2016
I hope I never hit that dad phase where I think it's a good idea to buy a minivan.— Rock (@TheMichaelRock) July 24, 2015
4yo: "Hi, Daddy Daddy bo fatty!"— ReasonsMySonIsCrying (@ReasonsMySonCry) February 23, 2016
(Special thanks to whoever taught him that name game banana song thing)