Father’s Day Anagrams

father's day anagrams

Knock knock! Who’s there? Gladys. Gladys who? Gladys Father’s Day, aren’t you?

Okay, that was a bad joke, but let’s face it: dads love bad jokes. It’s kind of their brand – which is why it’s always a good idea to stock up on some silly jokes to entertain your dad before Father’s Day. But maybe this year Father’s Day snuck up on you, and you’ve got nothing ready. Or, worse, you’ve simply exhausted your stores of easily-Googled Father’s Day jokes. Don’t stress! We’ve got just the punny content for you.

Whether your dad is an anagram-lover or has never really explored the genre before, here are our favorite anagrams we could find of “Father’s Day.” They’ll be sure to keep you entertained at your father’s day brunch. Or should we say your “hardy feast”?

  1. Ashtray fed

We like to think that most dads don’t feed their kids out of the ashtray. But maybe they do feed the ashtray –on the back deck while grilling.

  1. Safety hard

Safety is hard. Except for when it’s easy. Maybe don’t dangle your kid upside down by the ankles? Just a suggestion. Though my dad did it all the time and I clearly turned out great.

  1. Ready shaft

Look, lots of dads love golf. Maybe it’s time to move on to graphite from steel to get some more distance?

  1. Hayes draft

This one’s a good mystery. Who is Hayes, and what are they drafting? Maybe this is referring to Killian Hayes, the French basketball player drafted in the first round of 2020 by the Detroit Pistons. Or maybe it’s just random gibberish.

  1. Hardy feast

Whether you meet up with your dad for brunch, lunch, dinner, or drinks, one thing that features on many a great Father’s Day is a hardy feast. If you can’t let loose and grill on Father’s Day, when are you doing it? Enjoy the summer!

  1. After shady

And we’re back to the mystery. It’s hard to say what the word gods meant with this one: after Father’s Day is over, things get shady? Father’s Day comes after the shade? Try to puzzle it out with your dad over Father’s Day drinks and toast to a holiday well spent.