If SouthCoast Towns Were ‘Dad Jokes,’ How Bad Would They Be?
Lame jokes and terrible puns are everywhere.
I am pretty sure I make at least three terrible jokes per day to my children.
Perhaps it is part of becoming a parent? You lose a little bit of your sense of humor to the point that the lamer the joke, the more amusing it seems to you.
Whatever the reason, lame jokes are often dubbed "dad jokes" (though in my world, mom jokes) and every family has at least one member who makes them.
Let's be honest, though – dad jokes are great. They are usually so bad they are good and you can't help but laugh out loud at the cheesiness of it all.
Like who hasn't heard "Why do melons have weddings? Because they cantaloupe!" or the one my husband likes to say almost every time he butters toast: "Did you hear the rumor about butter? Well, I'm not going to spread it!"
So bad they are kind of good, right?
Okay, maybe it's just me.
But whether you have heard those dad jokes or others, I'm willing to bet you haven't heard these dad jokes about cities and towns on the SouthCoast.
They too are super cheesy and extremely lame but in a good way. And yes, they are so bad we think they are good. And we hope you agree enough to share them with your friends and family.
Just fully expect to receive eye rolls in return.