This Father's Day, you could run down to the pharmacy at the last minute and hunt through the mismatched envelopes and overly sentimental sentiments to find a card that's at least sort of funny... or, you could plan ahead a tiny bit and order a card online that really is funny. (Because, to be honest, even the "humor" cards you find on the shelves aren't usually all that "humorous," unless jokes about golf and ties are really his thing.) So why not add one of the hilarious Father's Day cards on Etsy to your shopping cart?
Whether you're looking for a card that's from you or your kids to your partner, or something to hopefully get a chuckle out of your own dad, there are lots of legitimately LOL-worthy options on Etsy (and they're usually way higher quality than the generic variety, too). Not to be super cheesy, but doesn't a dude as unique as your dad (or your kid's dad, or whoever has filled a the "dad" role in your life) deserve a card that's unique, too? This is the day to give that guy a little extra credit and recognition. And laughs, especially.
From dads who are into music to dads who have road rage issues to dads who dads who are going broke supporting their adult children, there's something on this list for everyone this Father's Day. (Except dads with no sense of humor. Just get those dads a card from the pharmacy.)
1To The Dad You're Really Glad Is The Dad
Not to put too fine a point on it, but basically this is what runs through every mom's head on every Father's Day. And it's definitely a huge complement. (As well as a huge sigh of relief, depending on what some of your exes might have been like.)
2To The Dad Who Drops A Lot Of F-Bombs
If you picked up most of your colorful vocabulary from dear old dad (perhaps while he was shaking his fist out the car window at some driver who doesn't know how to use his turn signal, apparently), then this card is sure to get a laugh.
3To The Dad Who Had To Break Up Way Too Many Fights
4To The Stepdad Who Stuck It Out
You've got to give all the good stepdads out there major props for stepping up and being willing to build a new family with kids who very well might not be too keen on the idea of a new father figure (a premise many a sitcom has been built upon).
5To The Dad Who Could Have Done Worse
When a baby is first born, parents have such very high hopes for what that child will do someday... by the time they're halfway through the teenage years, however, those expectations might have significantly lowered. This card says it all: Maybe I didn't grow up to be a rocket scientist, but the worst case scenario didn't pan out either, so congratulations, Dad!
6To The Dad With Dwindling Retirement Savings
Kids: They sure are expensive! And not just when they're little, either, as any parent whose nest goes from full to empty to full again can tell you. So much for turning that spare bedroom into an office.