While this is funny, a bunch of bad puns with veiled sexual references is again not something I would share with my small children.
Or to quote Irk, “maybe it bothers me more than it should”.
@cinoclav Stealing jokes is the sincerest form of flattery (or at least the way most comedians pad their sets )… i just looked up one of their videos for the first time & immediately recognized my favorite Ellen DeGeneres joke, the one about her grandmother starting to walk five miles a day.
@lisagd It hasn’t really been a problem for a while. If you put them in a high-heat dryer, it will accelerate the issue for sure. Personally, I wash mine inside out and line-dry them. I’ve had regular worn shirts for years that still look fine.
True story: Back in the olden days, before they were called “dad jokes” and I was a wee lad, we had a Westinghouse refrigerator/freezer. One morning my father told me the following:
Someone once opened the fridge and saw Bugs Bunny inside. He asked him, “Why are you in the refrigerator?”
Bugs replied, “Is this a Westinghouse?”
“Well, I’m westing!”
I don’t know how I was directed to this but I did enjoy it. I might be down to play this game. I was going to warn there are messed up jokes but from above you get that. It’s a series so there are more if it makes you laugh
/youtube yeah mad dad jokes
Again not exactly a joke but full of dad puns which are a critical element of dad jokes… I stole it from someone who posted it in a forum and they apparently got it from facebook although who knows where the original was posted.