Digital dad jokes - so bad they're good :)


Everybody loves a good - and by “good” we mean “bad” - dad joke. And what better time to celebrate this timeless genre than Father’s Day?

Make Dad’s day, and replenish his supply of eye-roll-worthy wit and wisdom, with these specially curated technology-themed LOLs.


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Q: Why did Microsoft PowerPoint cross the road?

A: To get to the other slide."



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Q: What should you do after your Nintendo game ends in a tie?

A: Ask for a Wii-match!"

 



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Q: What are computers' favorite snacks?

A: Microchips, phish sticks, and cookies. But just a few bytes of each.


 

 

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 Autocorrect has become my worst enema."
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