On Father-in-Law Day, you should be able to tell a good Father-in-Law joke, and i could only find a few that were good (meaning i got a chuckle out of them and they don't have language i can't use in front of the kids).
A son-in-law, heading overseas with the military and expecting his first child, tells his father-in-law, "Since I can't be here, I'm counting on you to get the word to me that the baby has arrived. The doctors have already told us it's a boy, so when he gets here, you need to send me a message through command. But don't just say that the baby has arrived, everything has to be in code while we are over there. Tell me that the clock has arrived, and I'll know what you mean."
Well, a month later the baby comes and the doctor was wrong, it was a girl. This put the father-in-law in a dilemma. If he just said the clock had arrived, his son-in-law would think he had a boy as expected. If he said the clock hadn't arrived, his son-in-law might think something was wrong.
Finally, he sent the message, "The clock has arrived, but the pendulum is missing."
A mother-in-law decided to test her two sons-in-law, to see what they really thought of her. She took her elder son-in-law for a walk one day, and on the way past the lake pretended to trip and so "fell" into the lake and further pretended to drown. The son-in-law dove straight in and pulled her out, and the next day, he found a brand new Toyota truck in his driveway with a thank you note from her.
A couple of weeks later, she took the younger son-in-law on the same walk and again "fell" into the lake. But this time, she really got into trouble and began to drown. The son-in-law stood by gleefully thinking, "Finally, we are rid of the old bat!" The next day, he found a brand new Ferrari in his driveway with a thank you note from his father-in-law.
A Quality Analysis Engineer got married, and after a hard 24 months of it, he sent a note to his father-in-law that said, "YOUR PRODUCT IS NOT MEETING MY REQUIREMENTS."
The very smart father-in-law responded, "WARRANTY EXPIRED, MANUFACTURER NOT RESPONSIBLE."
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