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Something To Make You Chuckle: A Funny Dad

I am so happy and blessed to still have my father. He overcame with the help of God, Leukemia and is doing well today. I love talking to him because every time we get on the phone we always end up laughing so hard at the things he says. He doesn’t try to be funny. It’s just the way he says things and the tone of his voice that just tickles me to no end. I think the thing that makes me laugh is that he says things that I’m not expecting him to say.

So we’re talking and he tells me how he and my mom used to donate to a certain organization. When he was diagnosed with Leukemia my mom got on the phone with this organization to ask for help, since they had contributed to them for many years. They told my mom that my dad didn’t have the right type of disease and they were unable to help them. What! I said to my dad you’ve got to be kidding really dad. Yep, he says that’s what they told us. So I say to him I guess you don’t contribute to that organization any more. “HECK! NO!, DON’T MAKE ME SAY BAD WORDS!!!!” in other words don’t get him to cussing.

He said that and I started cracking up. “Bad words Daddy “, I say  cracking up. You don’t expect your parents to say something like that. After all they are all fully grown so if they want to say a bad word or have a potty mouth they can very well do it. It’s funny to me because I expect something like that to be said by my preschoolers not by my dad. It was wonderful to have a great laugh with him.

I hope this gave  you a little chuckle. Have your parents ever said funny things that  make you laugh but aren’t necessarily meant to be funny. Please share them with us in a comment below. Have an amazing day! :-)

12 Responses to “Something To Make You Chuckle: A Funny Dad”

  1. My late father (dead almost 30 years now) had a very dry sense of humor. Not sure any of it would translate – and I think I inherited some of it. You are blessed with still having your Dad. Please, enjoy every minute!
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  2. Your post got a smile to my face. My post for Day 11 talks about my Dad too.
    And on the bright side, your comment luv feature is working :)
    Stopping by from the UBC FB page.
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    • D'TaRelle F. Tullis says:

      I am so happy I could bring a smile to your face in sharing my funny moments with my dad. When it’s in your head and you are writing about it you don’t know if someone else is going to get the humor like you do. Thank you so much for your comment and for stopping by. I am going to return the favor and read about your dad too. Please stop by again. :-)

  3. My dad always made me laugh too, but it was Mom who said things not meant to be funny that cracked me up. You didn’t dare laugh at it in front of her though : )
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    • D'TaRelle F. Tullis says:

      Thank you so much Debbie for visiting my blog and commenting. I think it’s great to get a chuckle or a good laugh from your parents. I feel it endears you to them even more and creates such great memories. I will return the favor and please come again. :-)

  4. D'TaRelle F. Tullis says:

    Thank you so much Alana for visiting my site, commenting and helping me to make sure that Comment Luv is working. Yes I am very blessed to have my Dad and I do try to enjoy every minute, even when he doesn’t say funny things which isn’t often. I still love him and am happy to have him just the same. I will visit your site to return the favor right after this post.

  5. Hi there! Your dad sounds wonderful! Thanks for the smile.
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    • D'TaRelle F. Tullis says:

      Thank you so much Bonnie!!!! He is wonderful and you are so welcome for the smile. Thank you for visiting and commenting on my blog. I will return the favor. Happy Blogging :-)

  6. Debra Westbrook says:

    Great post. Love reading it and the closeness you have with your dad is wonderful.:)

    • D'TaRelle F. Tullis says:

      Thank you so much for visiting my blog Debra and your comment. I am so happy and grateful you loved reading it. Thank you so much!!!! Please come again. :-)

  7. Haha! I notice myself using toddler speech when talking to adults by accident sometimes! Like saying something is yucky or I have to go potty…. :-) Thanks for the cute story!
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    • D'TaRelle F. Tullis says:

      Kirstin that’s funny. Sometimes I use toddler speech to by accident. It tickles me when I catch myself doing it. Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting, please come again. :-)

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