The awesome dads in our lives deserve a day in their honor, even if they miss the hamper every day and rile the kids up before bedtime. Dads, you work hard and play hard. And we love you for it.
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15 Funny and True Tweets About Father’s Day

The awesome dads in our lives deserve a day in their honor, even if they miss the hamper every day and rile the kids up before bedtime. Dads, you work hard and play hard. And we love you for it.

Okay, people, that special day in June is right around the corner! You got your grills hot and cargo shorts ready, boys? Ready for some totally original and not at all overdone beer and golf jokes? And obligatory “Dad of the Year” mug and matching tie? Good. Let’s do this.

Dads are awesome—even if they sometimes (daily) miss the hamper with their dirty socks and rile the kids up right before bedtime. They deserve this day. So make sure to stock the fridge, buy the obligatory “Dad can fix anything” card with a hammer and nails on it, and let the dad(s) in your life know they are appreciated. I mean, that lawn ain’t gonna mow itself, amiright?

And in their honor, here are some funny tweets that pay homage to this sacred day in June that celebrates the hamburger-grilling, beer-drinking, game-watching, golf-playing men (did I fit enough stereotypes in there?) who graciously shared their sperm so their wives could push out a cantaloupe 9 months later. You da best, guys!

Fingers crossed, right, dads?

When you really know how to party…

Kids really know how to build us up, don’t they?

That is the actual definition.

We agree.

He’s not wrong.

Everybody wins.

I’ll never forget it.

Since you’re asking what Dad wants this year…

The ultimate trifecta.

As much as we want new yoga pants or nah?

Something meaningful.

Bahahahaha. Nice try, though.

How you like me now?

Just as you imagined it in your dreams.

Checkmate.

In all honesty, thank you to all the dads out there who coach our kids in sports, engage in epic nerf gun battles, and teach them what fatherhood is all about. (Like training the kids to get you beers during the game. Life lessons are important.) Happy Father’s Day!