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Publisher's Summary

Dad Jokes is an absolute must-listen! This audiobook covers more than 400 of the best dad jokes with such a large variety. Have your friends and family cracking up over the most awful/hilarious jokes and puns you've ever heard.

Or, even better, battle it out in a "try not to laugh" challenge and watch the jokes become even funnier!

What does a buffalo say to his son when he drops him off at school? “Bison.”

Looking for a Father's Day gift? Search no more with this classic audiobook.

What to expect:

  • Father and son jokes
  • Family jokes
  • Marriage jokes
  • Work jokes
  • Knock-knock jokes
  • Alcohol jokes
  • Animal jokes
  • Food jokes
  • General wordplay jokes
  • Crude jokes
  • Countless cheesy Puns
  • More than 400 jokes

What are you waiting for? Scroll up and click the "Buy Now" button for a hilarious experience!

©2018 Matthew Cooper (P)2018 Matthew Cooper

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Maybe I haven’t been a dad long enough

There are a couple of sleepers in here which made me chuckle. Otherwise, most of these are good for a groan.
Q. Where does lettuce go to get drunk?
A. The salad bar.

Q. Why did the man love bananas so much?
A. They had a certain appeal.

Narrator mixes it up with a different voice for each of the rapid fire puns. He did a great job.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Dad jokes

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

So there's a lot of jokes in this book there's some that are ok and some that are great the one thing that I wish it did was slow down in telling the jokes because it feels like there rushing through them it does help to slow the audio a bit but otherwise it a good book to get jokes from.

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Dad jokes that (not) only a dad could love!

First of all, let's get the legal stuff out of the way: "This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review."

The author of this book has got to be one of the smartest men alive. After all, there is nothing more foolproof than aspiring to write a book of bad jokes! Think about it: if you write a really good bad joke book, people will love the jokes and laugh and be entertained. If you write a really bad bad joke book, people will hate the jokes and groan and still be entertained. Either way, you have entertained, which is more than a lot of authors can say!

This book was full of jokes. I really enjoyed how the intro to each chapter was kind of like a "Tonight Show"-style monologue, with plenty of jokes itself. Then the actual jokes themselves were numbered. Just like with any joke book, some were very funny, some didn't strike me as all that funny, and many, maybe most, made me smile and endeavor to remember them so I could tell them to someone else later on. My favorite joke in the whole book goes as follows (with many apologies to my mother-in-law, who is amazing, and not an example of the type of stereotypical mother-in-law that inspire jokes like this):

A man and his son are walking past the entrance to a dark alley when they see the man's mother-in-law being assaulted and beaten up by six men. The man moves as if to walk away. "Dad," said his son, "aren't you going to help?" "No," the man replies, "I think six should be enough."

I listened to the audiobook version of this book, and I found the narrator to be very adept at telling these jokes in such a way that it heightened the humor. There were several times that I found myself laughing out loud, and part of the reason was the voice he used or the perfect emphasis on the word or syllable that just made the joke better.

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For Fans of Bad Puns and Dumb Jokes

This review is for the audiobook version of <i>Dad Jokes: The Best Dad Jokes, Awfully Bad but Funny Jokes and Puns</i> by Matthew Cooper and read/performed by Mark Finfrock.

First off—know what you're getting into if you decide to read/listen to this book—<i>Dad Jokes</i> is full of corny, cheesy, silly, and mildly offensive … well … dad jokes. I groaned, I rolled my eyeballs, I smirked, and I actually chuckled out loud enough to repeat a few of these to my own kids. 90% of these were already familiar to me, but there was still plenty I'd never heard before.

<i>Dad Jokes</i> presents itself as series of lists of jokes broken into various categories. This layout makes it easy if you want to go back to find a particular joke for later re-telling (should you feel compelled to do so).

Narrator Mark Finfrock gives a decent performance. The interludes between lists feel like impressions of cruise ship comedy club fair. He keeps it light and fun.

If you're a fan of puns and bad jokes and don't have access to an Echo device ("Alexa, tell me a dad joke"), then you could find worse ways to spend 90 minutes.

***Full Disclosure: I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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Dad Jokes

If your looking for some laughs, groans, snickers, giggles, and knee-slappers, this just may be the book for you. The authors has compiled quite a collection of Dad jokes and puns. The narrator obviously had quite a bit of fun while delivering his performance.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Emily
  • 10-05-18

Ehhhhh

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

DNF at 30%.

I think I was just expecting this book to be better than it was. The jokes themselves were a bit stale, and I already knew most of them, and at least half of them weren’t that funny. I also couldn’t stand how each joke was numbered because I really didn’t like the different numerical introductions.

However, the narrator, Mark Finfrock was really good, and I appreciated the way he read the jokes.

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  • J. Carter
  • 10-01-18

Dad jokes & funny stories

I forgotten how much I like dad jokes. It’s not just jokes, some of them are ‘stories’. Some I had heard before, but enjoyed nevertheless, some of the jokes endings were surprising. Gotta love a dad joke or two!