It's National Tell a Joke Day -- you know what that means. Brace yourself for all the knock-knock jokes coming your way from mom on Facebook or coworkers at the water cooler.
Once things settled down and you're actually in a laughing mood, take a look at these hilarious comedy bits.
For today's festivities, we've put together some classic routines from some of our most favorite comedians.
UPS - Brian Regan
Brian Regan's known for his side-splitting reflections on the dull, head-scratching moments of regular everyday life. In this hilarious routine from his 2004 special "I Walked on the Moon," Regan breaks down all the ways that delivering a package with UPS can be puzzling for a normal guy like himself.
Hot Pockets - Jim Gaffigan
Jim Gaffigan has made a career around his ability to amplify the confusion and self-loathing we feel when we do stuff that makes us feel good in the moment, even if we know we'll regret it. In this classic routine, Gaffigan answers a question that has plagued man since the beginning of time: How long can you tell jokes about Hot Pockets?
7 Words You Can't Say on TV - George Carlin
Every comedian aspires to freedom of speech and the ability to talk about anything they want to, no matter how controversial. In this classic bit from 1972, George Carlin listed the seven dirty words that you can never say on television. According to him, that is. These words were compiled by Carlin rather than officially banned, but a radio broadcast featuring these words led to a U.S. Supreme Court decision that helped define the extent to which the government can regulate speech on TV and radio.
I Suck as a Parent - Christopher Titus
Christopher Titus was so adept at examining how complicated our family relationships can be, he had a Fox sitcom loosely based on his real-life family named "Titus." In this clip, he talks about the missteps and moments of doubt he constantly battles with as a parent.
Married People and Soulmates - Chris Rock
Chris Rock is a legend for his fearless social commentary and exploration of family life. In this hilarious routine, he probes how things change up for people when they tie the knot and our cultural obsession with finding a soulmate.
My Coworker Hates Me - Maria Bamford
Maria Bamford is a master of honing in on her own neuroticism and perpetual self-doubt. In this bit, she puts it all on display, sharing why she's convinced that her coworker hates her.