Funny Father’s Day cards
Whoa, technology these days. This out-there “iDad” card recreates dad’s favorite gadget with four buttons—Dad’s GPS, Dadisms, How-to-Fix-Anything-with-Duct-Tape and Dad’s Stress Reliever—that actually play funny phrases when pressed. Best of all, there’s no charger to misplace.
While sending an actual physical card is best, sometimes you almost-forget Father’s Day... and then you send an e-card just in time. This cheeky card thanks dad for always sticking around, even when the going got tough.
Another great e-card option for you procrastinators is this silly number giving dad license to take a load off.
Made of stiff cardboard that can easily be propped up, this fun card in the shape of a construction sign will allow papa to claim some Z’s on the couch—much like a do-not-disturb sign.
Oh, dads and their lovable resistance to technology. This is the perfect card for the Luddite in your life.
Let dad know that the force is strong with him with this timeless image of Darth.
Show dad you appreciate all the dad jokes with this option from L.A.-based printmaker Jesse Levison.
Let’s face it: we’d all be culture-less drones without dad screenings of Caddyshack and Star Wars, and forced Beatles listening sessions.
We think any dad would agree that wearing a comfy shirt and chugging a beer (and, um, being a beaver?) would constitute a damn good Father’s Day.
The perfect sentiment for a dad with a dark sense of humor.
The dad who never goes out of style is sure to appreciate this cute card.
We’ve all been the lucky recipients of kernels of wisdom from pops. Thank him with this greeting card handmade at Portland, Oregon’s Egg Press.
We love the quirky cards made by artist Carolyn Suzuki, and we bet dad will too—especially this specimen that shows just how over the moon for him you are.
Whether your dad is an actual BBQ ninja or whether—in all honesty—he tends to cook the bejesus out of any burger his spatula touches, he’ll get a kick out of this rib- and weiner-laden card.
It’s not always easy to say the words. So let this adorable-slash-delicious taco do it for you.
This card is too, too real. We’re legit guilty of at least five of these annoying childhood “quirks.”
What’s better than a card that combines wishing dad a happy Father’s Day with the sweet, sweet joy of simultaneously insulting a sibling (or two)?