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All the Jokes My Dad Has Made During Quarantine

I've been quarantining with my parents for weeks. As you can imagine, the humor situation has gotten out of hand.

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I have now been quarantining with my parents in Wisconsin for three weeks. We may all be going a bit stir crazy, but however low our stock of toilet paper seems to run, there's one thing that's not short on supply: dad jokes. Whether they make you groan or laugh, I thought I'd share my abundance of "dad jokes" with all of you.

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"Dad, can I unplug your phone? It's almost full and mine is dying?"
"No, you'll have to go to Rhode Island. "
"What?"
"For a new port."

Conversations like this with my dad remind me of these working from home cartoons that we can all relate to right now.

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You know what you can do with 12 tortillas?
Have a case-a-dillas.

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You know there's a fine line between a numerator and a denominator.

Don't worry, we've got plenty more short jokes anyone can remember.

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What do you call 4 matadors in quicksand?

Quatro, cinco.

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What do they call it when someone sues over a cake?
Torte-litigation.

We're shaking our heads too. For equally bad groaners, try our collection of the corniest jokes we've ever laughed at.

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When we get out of quarantine, I want to go somewhere with a bunch of cans of coke. Like Mini-soda.

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"Dad, I'm going to do some yoga downstairs if you need me."
"Well, I'm glad you're adding some probiotics to your diet!"

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Why was the peanut crying?

Because he was a-salted.

If you're like me and trying to get work done at home, you'll really appreciate these working from home memes that are hilariously accurate.

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What does it mean when you find out the milk you just put on your Grape-Nuts has gone bad?
You've caught a cereal killer.

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