17 Silly & Funny Father's Day Gifts Dad Will Love
The dad joke's on Dad this Father's Day with these 17 silly & funny Father's Day gifts Dad will love. No, I take that back. No joke, just a gag...gift...or two. Some of my picks are cheesy and corny like the man himself - and will be cast aside and ignored after their novelty wears off, perhaps also like the man himself. But other are thoughtful gifts for the man who gave you half your life and genetic code, gifts Dad will cherish forever.
Like Schwetty Balls Golf Balls and After Dinner Nipples mints.
Enjoy this roundup of 17 silly & funny Father's Day gifts Dad will love.
Note: Father's Dady gifts are priced as they were listed at printing. Pricing, and availability, are subject to change.
FridaBalls New Dad Boxers with Cup for Baby Cheap Shots
Because no one want to feel the baby kick after it's born. FridaBalls are boxer briefs for new dads, or existing but amateur dads, who haven't learned to dodge the flying limbs and wiffle ball bats of their babies, toddlers, and next All-Star hitters. Maker FridaBaby taglines FridaBalls as "Protecting Your Tomorrow. Today."
The boxer briefs come fitted with a removable foam cup that's not so rigid you'll feel like you're duck-walking around in a full-on athletic cup, but has enough firmness to shield you from the brunt of an erratic baby blow.
Dad You're The Schitt Card
Happy Father's Day from Johnny Rose. This Schitt's Creek greeting card won't just tell Dad he's simply the best, but that he's the Schitt. A great choice for you children who are equal parts loving, snarky, and fans of the beloved TV show.
I guess it would be good if the dad you're giving the Schitt's Creek Father's Day card to is also a fan of the beloved TV show, but eh, he's Dad. Even if he has no connection to Johnny Rose, Eugene Levy, Schitt's Creek, or pop culture in general, he'll like it for the "You're the Schitt" Dad joke.
The Older Person's Guide to New Stuff
Not that it's easy for middle-aged people, or even newly minted 40-year-olds like myself to keep up with the changes in pop culture trends, tech, and lingo these days, but The Older Person's Guide to New Stuff is predominantly intended for...hey! Talk to the hand, fartknocker! Forty isn't an older person. Forty is da bomb. Forty is all that and a bag of chips!
Anyway, like I was saying, The Older Person's Guide to New Stuff is predominantly intended for people like Dad, Gramps, and anyone else who needs a dictionary-encyclopedia hybrid to look up words and concepts such as "troll," "cryptocurrency," and "The Twitter."
Schwetty Balls Golf Balls
They say Schwetty Balls golf balls conform to USGA and R&A rules. Ha! For golf ball composition, size, and weight, perhaps. But what about golf etiquette? Ain't no way the Schwetty Balls design and spirit is in compliance with the standards of the most highfalutin sport on earth.
Especially not in their best color, blue.
Don't Stop. Be Leaving. Doormat
I'd call the Don't Stop. Be Leaving. Doormat the ultimate Dad joke, but Dad would never be so rude to a visitor. And Dad would never wish a visitor to go away, even salespeople, and Mormons who want to teach him about Joseph Smith, and especially his daughter Kayleigh's date Tucker. Or maybe he'd be unable to resist the welcome mat's brilliant humor, but answer the door, "Don't stop. Be leaving? No! Don't stop, be comin' on inside!"
DutchWare Doles out the Dad-friendly puns with their Banana Hammock, a camping companion the Pennsylvania-based outdoor brand says combines creativity and functionality so you can "enjoy extreme comfort and possibly a little laughter as you fall soundly asleep...."
Play-Doh Grown Up Scents
Geez, parents already struggle to keep their kids from eating Play-Doh, but now with Play-Doh's Grown Up Scents line, they're going to have to resist the temptation themselves. Well, at least when it comes to the Grill King smoked meat and Overpriced Latte coffee scents. Maybe the Lord of the Lawn fresh cut grass too. I do like to immerse myself in the smells of summer once winter hits.
Absurd Scientific Advice for Common Real-World Problems
Deemed a "useless self-help guide," How To: Absurd Scientific Advice for Common Real-World Problems follows author Randall Munroe's other New York Times bestsellers, Thing Explainer and What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions. Here the author explores problems whose solutions have a right approach and wrong approach. But he ignores both of those options, instead offering up the step-by-steps to a "way so monumentally complex, excessive, and inadvisable that no one would ever try it."
Except, perhaps, Dad.
Benjamin Franklin Electrici-Tea Mug
It's only Electrici-Tea if you hang your tea bag over this Benjamin Franklin mug juuuuuust right. But that's not such a hard ask, and I'm sure if you give the scene of an ex-kite-ing moment in American history as a gift to your pops this Father's Day he'll be more than happy to complete the visual pun with his cup of Earl Grey.
Dad Bag Beer Belly Fanny Pack
This Dad Bag beer belly fanny pack is right up there with the Sexy Chest Swimsuit in its ability to create a fiesta of discomfort, with a few streamers of sick fascination, before my eyes. The Baby Head Masks used to do it too, but I've been looking at those things for over 8 years now. It almost surprises me more when I see a baby that doesn't have a 500% scaled head and a Disgusted, Happy, or Cry expression.
But the Dad Bag might top both of those disturbing oddities because it adds a layer of practicality to the design. That is, as a functional fanny pack, Dad isn't limited to the beach / YMCA pool and costume parties to make logical and appropriate use of his hairy gut.
It's Not a Dad Bod It's a Father Figure T-Shirt
The It's Not a Dad Bod It's a Father Figure T-shirt is the first T-shirt to bust through (beer belly first, of course) my firewall against cheesy, punny, novelty T-shirts since the IPA Lot When I Drink T-shirt I posted in July 2019. Almost 2 years since a silly graphic tee tickled my funny bone and warmed my heart enough to earn a post. And coincidentally, both IPA Lot and It's Not a Dad Bod, with its nod to the Busch logo, are great gifts for beer lovers, as well as dads.
Ha! I like how the first image I happened to look at from the Dadskills: How to Be an Awesome Father and Impress All the Other Parents - From Baby Wrangling - To Taming Teenagers book was one of a section called "Hire a Nanny." In other words, Dad, the best thing you can do for your child is leave it in the care of someone else. Bonus: this will give you more free time to do all the non-parenting activities you actually want to do, such as golf, drinking beers with your bros, and ogling the nanny.
The Toilet Timer
Just in time for Father's Day, the Toilet Timer is here to remind your old man to follow the same advice he's always given you: sh*t, or get off the pot.
Katamco developed the Toilet Timer "for the poo-crastinator taking their sweet time." This is a sand timer that runs for about five minutes. Help your dad, lad or boyfriend get back to the people they are trying to avoid by lingering in the loo.
Rx Grins Dadvil
Rx Grins' Parody Medicines run from Dadvil for "Acute Relief of Bad Dad Jokes" to Bride-zillex, bridesmaid-strength painkillers ready to pop right alongside those endless bottles of champers Bridezilla's making you buy during her 4-day destination bachelorette party. Along the way we have my wife's favorite, Manspledrin, which I, being the modern, lady-worshipping dude I am, feel requires no explanation. And ZoomOff, for easing the headaches, exhaustion, and "urge to punch the guy asking another question" induced by unending Zoom meetings.
In other words, Rx Grins Parody Medicines pretty much cover the entire gag-gift-giving gamut. The placebo packages come as either boxes, small bottles, or large bottles, and arrive empty, so you can fill them with your own candies or cannabis products.
Tactical Belt-Mounted Egg Holster
Help Dad protect his hard-boiled snacks with a Tactical Belt-Mounted Egg Holster or two. The idea and design come from Chrisman the Great, who offers up his files for 3D printing the holsters free over at MakerBot's Thingiverse. They'd make a great gag gift for other family members and friends you're on the hunt for too.
After Dinner Nipples - Mint Chocolate Boobies
Hey Dad, care for a nip of mint to cleanse your palate? ... And dirty your mind? After Dinner Nipples are mint chocolate boobie treats made in the spirit of After Eight Mints, and molded in homage to mankind's other favorite after dinner treat.
They come in boxes of 10 / sets of 5 (since you know you can't motorboat, er, eat just one) and, in a classy deviation from Nestle's After Eight Mint recipe, are made as unflavored dark chocolate nipple shells filled with rich mint fondant. So, just like in real life, you have to suck through the soft and nummy nipple to get to the sweet and succulent milk. And again, just like in real life, not a bad gig.
DIY Vasectomy Kit
You don't want no more stinkin' siblings! Plus, this DIY Vasectomy Kit should save Dad hundreds of dollars. Plus, the projected recovery time is a couple days longer - more if Mama screws it up - so I'll be able to take off the whole week of July 4th off from work!
Prank gift boxes have been around for a few years now, but the jokesters behind them continue to bring top notch humor and creativity to their package designs for the Weirdest / Creepiest / Worst Gift Ever. The Do-It-Yourself Vasectomy Kit maintains every snippet of the ruse with 6 sides of content description, testimonials, and full-color photos. Right down to the maker of the vasectomy kit: Dr. Richard Payne.
Dr. Dick Pain!