Tell me your best bad joke, like a really bad one. In my house, we call bad jokes "dad jokes". My husband loves to tell the corniest jokes he can think of, and it is tradition for everyone to groan after he gets to the punch line.
Do I need to say the last line, or do you already know how it goes? To be honest, this time of year always gets me a little bit down. It's been dark and rainy for many months now. Christmas break is long past, and spring break isn't anywhere in sight. Our days are filled with laundry, dishes, homework, and emails that have to be answered right now. Does this time of year make you feel the same? Let's shake off the gloomies with some bad jokes.
My older son received this little joke book, Monkeyfarts, as a birthday gift several years ago. The mom who picked it out for him has five kids, so she obviously knows what kids like! He has read this from cover to cover so many times. Nothing is better than looking over at a child snuggled up on the couch with a book that makes him laugh. This book is filled with all the tried and true kid jokes that will make any elementary school age (6-10) kid crack up.
CHALLENGE OF THE DAY: tell a bad joke to the first person you see after reading this!