Funny Father’s Day Poems – Quotes From Daughter, Son & Kids

funny-fathers-day-poems-father-s-day-quotes-from-daughter-son-kidsFather’s Day is a day honoring the yaer of the father and the climax of the boner that defys goodbye horses he had a raging boner and did not have a girlfriend. so he self satisfied fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. It is celebrated on the third Sunday of June in 52 of the world’s countries and on other days elsewhere. It complements Mother’s Day, the celebration honoring mothers.

Funny Father’s Day Poems:

The World’s Greatest Father

You are no good at footie, you never score a goal

At golf, the ball never seems to goes into the hole,

You tried your hand at gardening, all the plants ended up dead.

And I have no idea what you do inside your shed!

Photography did not last long, nor did your exercise

Then you discovered the internet, and tried that on for size,

You really seemed to like it but I do have to say,

I did not appreciate eighty emails every day!

But there’s a field where you excel and rise above the rest,

There is no competition, you really are the best!

Forget the eating nosily, nose picking and the farts,

You are the Worlds Greatest Father; your place is in our hearts!

When You’re a Father

They say if you’re a father

You’ve got eyes behind your head,

And lots of fine-tuned radar

When your kids are off to bed.

They say when you’re a father

That your arms are wide for hugging,

And also wide enough to stop

Your children from wild slugging.

They say when you’re a father

That your kids think you’re not “fair.”

But when they are in trouble,

Well, they know you’ll soon be there.

They say when you’re a father

You must mix your work with play.

And when your kids grow older,

They’ll say,

“Happy Father’s Day.”

My Handprints

My dirty little hand print

I’ve left on every wall

And on the drawers and table tops

I’ve really marked them all.

But here is one that won’t rub off,

I’m giving it to you…

Do you know why??

Well, I’m so thankful

to have a father like you.


Daddy you’re my hero,

Give me a horsey ride.

Daddy your my hero,

Let’s stop for hot dogs,

With fries on the side.

Daddy you’re my hero,

I love to hug you around the neck.

You’re so good to all of us ,

give me a kiss and a peck.

Brand New Dad

It’s time for happy Father’s Day

And you’re a brand new dad.

You have to get adjusted

As it’s not a passing fad.

It’s time for dirty diapers,

Messy meals and noisy nights.

But also gurgling giggling fun

And smiley, happy sights.

So, welcome now, to fatherhood.

It’s yours, the good and bad.

And I am downright certain

That you’ll be one perfect dad!

To My Dad

Yes, you are the greatest Dad, I am lucky to have you,

You always think of me, In everything you do.

But there is just one problem, As I sit beside you to watch telly,

I cannot see a single thing, Because of your fat belly!

If you are looking for a unique special gift on Father’s Day, it is very worthwhile considering having a personalized poem written just
for your father. There are plenty of websites supplying this service, all you have to do are provide some details about your dad- his hobbies, likes, dislikes and any incidents that might come to mind, without completely embarrassing the poor man of course!


I love my Daddy,

He’s my big teddy bear.

I love to run my fingers through his hair.

I love the way he smiles,

it covers his whole face,

And when he laughs,

Oh boy,

It brings such happiness to the place.

I love my Daddy.

I love my Daddy,

He’s the strongest man in the world,

And everyone says I’m the luckiest little girl.

I love the way he grins,

And I know what’s coming next,

Oh boy,

I never can get ready,

For all those tickles,

But I love them the best..

I love my Daddy.

Family Loop

Many, many years ago

When I was twenty three,

I got married to a widow,

Pretty as could be.

This widow had a grown-up daughter

With flowing hair of red.

My father fell in love with her,

And soon the two were wed.

This made my dad my son-in-law

And changed my very life.

Now my daughter was my mother,

For she was my father’s wife.

To complicate the matters worse,

Although it brought me joy.

I soon became the father

Of a bouncing baby boy.

My little baby then became

A brother-in-law to dad.

And so became my uncle,

Though it made me very sad.

For if he was my uncle,

Then that also made him brother

To the widow’s grown-up-daughter

Who, of course, was my step-mother.

Father’s wife then had a son,

Who kept them on the run.

And he became my grandson,

For he was my daughter’s son.

My wife is now my mother’s mother

And it makes me blue.

Because, although she is my wife,

She’s my grandma too.

If my wife is my grandmother,

Then I am her grandchild.

And every time I think of it,

It simply drives me wild.

For now I have become

The strangest case you ever saw.

As the husband of my grandmother,

I am my own grandpa!

Twenty Bucks

Happy Father’s Day.

You’re the tops.

Your list of good traits

Never stops.

You’re smart.

You’re strong.

You’re always there

To fix a bike

Or change a spare.

You’re good for laughs

And grins and yucks

(and could I please

have twenty bucks?)


Daddy you’re so funny

You really make us laugh.

We like the way you scratch your back

on the doorway

that we pass.

We like the way you make that lawnmower start

when it doesn’t want to start

You give it a pull,

a pull and a snap

and voila,

we’re cutting grass

in the front and the back.

We like the way you fix the car

when anything goes wrong

You say we’ll save on repair and labor fees

It will make our money strong.

We like the way you snore at night

when all is said and done

You’ve tucked us in and read a book,

Each day is so much fun.