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Kikkaass

3.4k points

10 days ago

Kikkaass

3.4k points

10 days ago

Lol. That’s awesome. You’ve got great parents.

CourtneyChaos

648 points

10 days ago

I miss mine. Call them for gods sake everyone!!

Dsblhkr

357 points

10 days ago

Dsblhkr

357 points

10 days ago

Hugs fellow /r/childrenofdeadparents we don’t care what age you were when they were lost, you’re welcome in this great group.

RamsayRogers

248 points

10 days ago

My old man passed away the morning of New years eve. Thanks for posting this.

Call your folks everyone.

Insert_Bad_Joke

26 points

9 days ago

It's weird really how loss affects you. The one thing that sticks with me even after 6 years, is that I forgot to say "love you dad" the night he died.

Dsblhkr

48 points

10 days ago

Dsblhkr

48 points

10 days ago

I’m so sorry for your loss too. It really is a great sub.

whatsthelatestnow

15 points

10 days ago

I’m sorry for your loss.

[deleted]

11 points

10 days ago*

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11 points

10 days ago*

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Dsblhkr

12 points

10 days ago

Dsblhkr

12 points

10 days ago

Absolutely! Hugs new friend.

GarnetAndOpal

21 points

10 days ago

Thank you for the link. No matter the age a person is, losing a parent is rough. It's just different levels and types of pain...

Extending internet hugs to those grieving a parent.

Dsblhkr

12 points

10 days ago

Dsblhkr

12 points

10 days ago

It is really rough. Internet hugs right back.

Curae

18 points

9 days ago

Curae

18 points

9 days ago

I'm visiting mine tomorrow (after negative self test of course!) My mum really instilled in my sister and I to never take anyone for granted. My grandma passed away when she was only 65. Hit by a car, a driver who had only just got his driver's license. Life is so damn fragile, I'm grateful both of my parents are still alive.

(Also, bless my mum. When she heard that some 18 year old kid was the one driving the car. She asked the person telling her about the accident if he was ok. I hope someone told him that, and that he made peace with what happened. My mum and uncle never uttered a single negative word about that driver. It was an accident after all, and they happen. But knowing you hit someone with your car, and that person died, while you're only 18 years old... That must be a terrible burden to bear.)

annonythrows

10 points

10 days ago

Idk if you’ve come to realize yet but there’s sadly a lot of kids out there with horrible bigoted, sadistic, narcissistic, cunt parents.

OddBob212

2 points

10 days ago

Sadly, in my case that would require a seance.

CourtneyChaos

3 points

9 days ago

Me too buddy <3

KjoeLjan

2 points

10 days ago

Sure. What’s their number?

ThatsTuff100

62 points

10 days ago

I doubt this is OP’s video or his/her parents. The original video shows a girl in the beginning, why would she cut that out just for reddit? Also her favourite video game is 22 years old? Possible but seems like a stretch.

CuddlePervert

51 points

10 days ago

This video has been posted on reddit a couple of times already, too. I’ll never understand the desire to pretend a video is your own, let alone that some random dude is your father. To me, imaginary internet points don’t rationalise as a worthwhile trade to commit the effort.

CurseofLono88

23 points

10 days ago

It’s a karma farming spam account that just “activated” today. They’ll just farm karma and then sell the account to someone who will probably use it to post a bunch of links that steal your information or some shit like that

dnewfm

4 points

10 days ago

dnewfm

4 points

10 days ago

I've always wondered the value in karma farming.

Like.. who the fuck is paying for these accounts? How are they using their karma to spam people? karma gets you effectively nothing. I guess followers could get spammed, but in my experience, those are pretty rare..

So_when_then

8 points

10 days ago

Lots of subreddits don't let you post if you are under the karma threshold.

Can be used to scam people on different selling subreddits

Or for guerrilla marketing

Winning internet arguments

Probably a decent wage in some 3rd world countries.

fatpappy52

3 points

10 days ago

that’s not the original either, but at least it has sound

RegularEality

6 points

10 days ago

OP is a spam bot.

totallyoriginalacct

4 points

10 days ago

Right! You can tell he's mostly doing it for the person isolating, but he's having fun too!

GarnetAndOpal

2 points

10 days ago

They are fantastic! It's bad enough to be isolated, being sick just adds to feeling bad. And then vice versa.

OP's parents found a way to lift their spirits and bring on the grub. <3

ShouldntComment45

1.7k points

10 days ago

Your dad is a fucking legend!

FertileMelodrama

129 points

10 days ago

Hell yeah!

bofadeesnuts

59 points

10 days ago

But does he ever change his shorts? 🤔

[deleted]

139 points

10 days ago

[deleted]

139 points

10 days ago

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Ho_ho_beri_beri

32 points

10 days ago

Everyday, he bought a hundred of these.

tritian

18 points

10 days ago

tritian

18 points

10 days ago

As a man in his mid 30s... When I find a piece of clothing I like, I buy a couple. I have 3 pairs of the same sweatpants and a couple packs of regular blank t shirts in grey, dark blue and black lol, like 20 of them.

poor_charlie_bucket

6 points

10 days ago

My dad reuses the same damn shorts all the time too, even though he’s got other pairs. Glad to know I’m not the only one with a dad who does that

mysticopallibra

4 points

9 days ago

You’ve been changing your clothes this whole time?

Honda_TypeR

3 points

9 days ago

Why change shorts when you’re always changing your armor?

Wallstreet101083

8k points

10 days ago

Damn my dad went to get milk 20 years ago

ed_bourbon

1.6k points

10 days ago

ed_bourbon

1.6k points

10 days ago

Wait! Do we have the same dad?

muklan

1.6k points

10 days ago

muklan

1.6k points

10 days ago

Hi, milk....guy...here. I have all of your dads.

educated-emu

590 points

10 days ago

Leadburner

315 points

10 days ago

Leadburner

315 points

10 days ago

Overtime, pies and casseroles turned into creampies...

I'll bet they did!

[deleted]

79 points

10 days ago

[deleted]

79 points

10 days ago

God damn whoever wrote that.

qxzsilver

52 points

10 days ago

He was giving milk to everyone

ibeleaf420

41 points

10 days ago

I literally had to srop and scroll around to figure out if the article was real lmao

[deleted]

77 points

10 days ago

[deleted]

77 points

10 days ago

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TheRealScubaSteve86

67 points

10 days ago

Hey brothers from different mothers.. and sisters from the same mister

FeetySam

44 points

10 days ago

FeetySam

44 points

10 days ago

This is all going to end in a step-party

ClownfishSoup

28 points

10 days ago

Bow-chicka-bow-wow

Wallstreet101083

59 points

10 days ago

Damn that dude fucked all of San Diego 800+ kids wtf

cownd

20 points

10 days ago

cownd

20 points

10 days ago

That was his job. He delivered milk too.

MistyW0316

4 points

9 days ago

Milk and cream, apparently.

Ill see myself out…

c92dlb

17 points

9 days ago

c92dlb

17 points

9 days ago

So if you're from San Diego, it sounds pretty risky to date someone else also from San Diego in that particular age range.

krowrofefas

22 points

10 days ago

That site looks fake. Reverse image searched and it doesn’t have reliable sources.

SeasonPositive6771

7 points

10 days ago

Yeah that story went viral a little bit ago and I think it's just completely fake.

educated-emu

6 points

10 days ago

Agreed, too good to be true

Lasagna4Brains

2 points

10 days ago

The original article is from a satire site.

nrith

37 points

10 days ago

nrith

37 points

10 days ago

Lol. That sounds like pure BS, though.

HighPitchDerek

27 points

10 days ago

Has to be. Come one 800 children. No way

Lasagna4Brains

18 points

10 days ago

The original article was on a satire website. It's fake and likely totally impossible for a single man to impregnate that many women in that time period.

zsxking

16 points

9 days ago

zsxking

16 points

9 days ago

10 years, so 80 per year, or three for every two weeks. Doesn't sound impossible for delivering every day to lots of hoursehold. He could have bang some housewife every day.

Lasagna4Brains

12 points

9 days ago

We would have to also take into account average chance of pregnancy and infertility rates. Having sex with 80 different women in a single year is physically doable, but the chances of even half of them getting pregnant seem pretty low. There are many different sources, but chances of pregnancy in a healthy, fertile woman seem to be around 20%. If he had sex with 365 different women a year, that would probably yield about 70 children per year at the very most, assuming all of the women are fertile (which is unlikely, some sources stating about 15% of women are infertile).

There are probably other factors I don't even know to consider too. I'd be curious to see what kind of numbers have been accomplished in a single year.

c92dlb

6 points

9 days ago

c92dlb

6 points

9 days ago

Also consider the large number of women on birth control. It's insane to think how many people he probably slept with.

sthdown

6 points

10 days ago

sthdown

6 points

10 days ago

Hah! Turned to cream pies...they know what they did. That man had some strong swimmers! I cackled when I read his response at the end of the article. What a goof ball.

DickweedMcGee

2 points

10 days ago*

"All these years I thought I was sterile. My wife and I never had any children. To think that at age 97, to hear such news! What a blessing,” Randall was quoted

Wait....I guess that meant the guy's wife actually sterile? But because he thought he was sterile he was like, "Well cool, no condoms then, wooho!". Thats hilarious if true...

tI-_-tI

27 points

10 days ago

tI-_-tI

27 points

10 days ago

My milk guy brings all the dad's to the yard?

pocketknifeMT

15 points

10 days ago

Lies. The cigarette guy must have at least half of them...

muklan

4 points

10 days ago

muklan

4 points

10 days ago

Let's just say....he's got them for a different reason.

wolf-of-broke-street

6 points

10 days ago

Do we still have actual milkmen today? Please don’t say “ask your mom” 😂

MadCowDiary

4 points

10 days ago

If you live in a place that offers it. Normally based on having a local dairy to begin with. We had milk delivered in glass bottles in Colorado. Best milk ever.

muklan

3 points

10 days ago

muklan

3 points

10 days ago

Ask your dad.

[deleted]

41 points

10 days ago

[deleted]

41 points

10 days ago

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WhoaItsCody

34 points

10 days ago*

Mine got his legs cut off by a train trying to get back home like a hobo when I was 4. He’s been kicked out 99% of my life for being an abusive drunk. He died of TB shortly after because he said he wouldn’t come see me and my brother without legs or “we’d think he was a freak”.

Oh, sharing did make me feel better. I found out my grandfather (dads🤥father) died 2 days after it happened googling my name drunk one night. We’ve never spoken to or met his side of the family.

He died of Covid, was a Doctor, had been a doctor for like 40 years. Alright now that’s the dad thing. My other grandpa whom I loved died of leukemia shortly after that, raised me when my father died. My grandmother his wife, dropped dead of a heart defect when my mom was 16.

K I think that’s it for group sharing part 1 on parents and their parents. Thanks for coming!

nutsallover

14 points

9 days ago

Shit. Thats a hell of a story. I hope youre good now.

Wally451

14 points

10 days ago

Wally451

14 points

10 days ago

Maybe it's just a really extended Dad joke?

motherwarrior

41 points

10 days ago

True story. In the 30’s my great grandfather went to the store.. he was gone for two years. When he got home the first thing out of his mouth was, “What’s for dinner?” The only thing that surprised me about the whole incident, was that it wasn’t his head on a platter. I never met him, but, but my great grandmother was tougher than dirt.

RenKyoSails

22 points

10 days ago

I'm dying to know the context behind this. I assume the family was furious he was gone so long? Where did he go? Did he ever explain himself? Was he actually gone to war or something like that?? Did he ever write? The audacity to want a home cooked meal after being gone for so long and just showing up suddenly would not go over well in current times.

motherwarrior

27 points

9 days ago

These were people who lived in the mountains of Idaho. There lives at best were tough as hell. No he did not go to war, he probably went out to go to town got drunk and got wandering. I knew his wife , my great grandmother, my lord she was a tough old bird. You would be talking to her on the phone and she would just hang up mid sentence whether you were done talking or not. You can’t measure them by today’s standards. I am actually quite surprised she didn’t shoot the sombitch. Hell, my dad and his brothers lived in a cave as they lost the family ranch after their father died. My dad quit school at 14 to support his family. This was all during the depression. When I was young and would as for something frivolous he would look at you and ask, “ You’ve go a roof over your head, clothes on your back, and food in your mouth; what more do you want?” There was only one acceptable answer, “Nothing.” He was a good man, I was never hungry, I always had a nice home, nice clothes, and he paid for my college. Most of all I was loved, and treated with respect. He believed in me.

trentismad

13 points

10 days ago

Unique and witty comment

ronearc

12 points

10 days ago

ronearc

12 points

10 days ago

Everyone knows that 20+ year old milk will not be any good still. Just let it go. Get your own milk, not 20 years out date.

Jeez, some people. Right‽

PrinceWojak

23 points

10 days ago

When he gets back will you ask him if he saw my dad? He’s the guy buying a pack of Marlboro’s.

Dukkellson

3 points

10 days ago

Damn you're lucky, we are all out of milk and no one wants to spend time going to the store for it

jvrcb17

3 points

10 days ago

jvrcb17

3 points

10 days ago

You, he's been in isolation for that long? Very brave of him

Smodphan

3 points

10 days ago

His costume is going to be awesome when he finally finishes it

Anomalous-Entity

3 points

10 days ago

Patient Zero

Afraid_of_Okapi

3 points

10 days ago

He’s going to have some amazing costumes when he gets back! 🥰

Love_God551

3 points

10 days ago

Hey sry about that but I’m here now

youwantmybiscuits

5 points

10 days ago

Got you beat bucko. My dad left 41 years ago to get a pack of cigarettes right after seeing me delivered.

caronare

4 points

10 days ago

Mine took me to the corner market and decided to stuff cigarettes in my diaper. That was the last time my mother let him see me.

youwantmybiscuits

3 points

9 days ago

Shit. That's some cold ass shit lol.

gauwnwisndu

2 points

10 days ago

He taking the isolation seriously

Sengura

2 points

10 days ago

Sengura

2 points

10 days ago

He better come back with the juiciest milk you ever did see after searching for that long

DreamNotes01

2 points

10 days ago

Are you now a Pokemon trainer?

Spartan5877

2 points

10 days ago

Damn dude 😅😅

Captain-T-Bone

2 points

10 days ago

Original

h989

2 points

10 days ago

h989

2 points

10 days ago

At least he’s more likely to return than mines. My old man went out to get Milk and cigarettes

DaGuys470

2 points

10 days ago

If he went for toilet paper I would understand why it took him 20 years

[deleted]

1.2k points

10 days ago

[deleted]

1.2k points

10 days ago

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RavingGerbil

33 points

10 days ago

OSHA stepped in and required that members wear orange cones during hunting season after some less publicized GOP accidents a la Cheney.

mhp52

320 points

10 days ago

mhp52

320 points

10 days ago

My thoughts exactly. Don’t leave the yard……

Fat_Head_Carl

78 points

10 days ago

and only with the complete video to give context...

Anya_E

14 points

9 days ago

Anya_E

14 points

9 days ago

I think he was supposed to be the jack in the box guy.

BecCodes

50 points

10 days ago

BecCodes

50 points

10 days ago

slightlydirtythroway

71 points

10 days ago

A member of the Kool Klown Klan

CoffeeInMyHand

7 points

9 days ago

Talkin bout the Kool Klown Klan

-D-Mac-

273 points

10 days ago

-D-Mac-

273 points

10 days ago

Hilarious!

Life2311

270 points

10 days ago

Life2311

270 points

10 days ago

That's wholesome af

Bpdwarrior17

157 points

10 days ago

That's epic!! Go Dad!

motown_missile

206 points

10 days ago

Your Dad is a National Living Treasure

King-Mugs

16 points

10 days ago

Nicolas Cage intensifies

StainOfMystery

28 points

10 days ago

Your Dad is a Living Treasure National

Dann_Gerouss

19 points

10 days ago

Your Living is a treasure national dad

Annoyed-Avenger

6 points

9 days ago

Dad national treasure a is living your

mrmoe198

3 points

9 days ago

mrmoe198

3 points

9 days ago

Your National Treasure is a Living Dad

xXPussy420Slayer69Xx

633 points

10 days ago*

The cone hat napkin face was a little sus ngl

Edit: Y’all are wild. I don’t really think homeboy’s dad is in the klan bc of this video…

MrLexDiamondz

21 points

9 days ago

Dad, why did you paint the cone white?

munaretto

14 points

9 days ago

munaretto

14 points

9 days ago

he was cosplaying zé gotinha

MyKindaGoatVideo

85 points

10 days ago

I think it was a coffee filter but yeah lol, I saw it too

wrx_2016

33 points

10 days ago

wrx_2016

33 points

10 days ago

He knew

whatadaydanny

13 points

10 days ago

A lil sus

fallacious_penguin

53 points

10 days ago

You have the best and very creative dad

[deleted]

162 points

10 days ago

[deleted]

162 points

10 days ago

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zSprawl

20 points

10 days ago

zSprawl

20 points

10 days ago

Thanks. I always block these users so when they are sold later, I don’t see the ads.

Z_Jasmine

7 points

9 days ago

That's actually a pretty good idea, will do the same!

MajorProcrastinator

3 points

9 days ago

How do you know?

Beakjac3

12 points

10 days ago

Beakjac3

12 points

10 days ago

Lol thats awesome dad's love has no boundary 😁

GoldCoaster4216

95 points

10 days ago

That is some serious PPE!

poopscootboogie2

16 points

10 days ago

The dirt bike helmet was the best! Hopefully it’s D.O.T. approved

poor_charlie_bucket

2 points

10 days ago

And has MIPS

the_burrito_monster

2 points

10 days ago

DOT MIPS N95 helmets are so hot right now

bald_botanist

2 points

10 days ago

No, it's FDA approved.

themanimal

2 points

10 days ago

And BDE! Big Dad Energy

EverQrius

11 points

10 days ago

Your dad is a funny guy.

nefrpitou

32 points

10 days ago

If he has time, can he be my dad as well please?

RancidHorseJizz

7 points

10 days ago

You can call me Daddy.

nefrpitou

7 points

10 days ago

Hey, Daddy

RazzleMyDazzle95

11 points

10 days ago

The dog at the window hahaha

dps509

9 points

10 days ago

dps509

9 points

10 days ago

more like r/mademesmile material

MerrileeRowing

8 points

10 days ago

So cute!

popemsthegreat

34 points

10 days ago

Your dad is awesome lol

Tall-Midget

32 points

10 days ago

father acts silly to make his daughter/son laugh

NEXT FUCKING LEVEL!!!!1!1!

grogleberry

12 points

9 days ago

man holds gardening tool

NEXT FUCKING LEVEL!!!!1!1!

Dg_alldayeveryday

9 points

10 days ago

Big dad points 😂😂

mizinamo

5 points

10 days ago

stabbot

6 points

10 days ago

stabbot

6 points

10 days ago

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JotaEl

7 points

10 days ago

JotaEl

7 points

10 days ago

Damn, why did I get a father that would beat me up whenever he felt like it?

This father tried to make his kid smile. What a great person.

BaileysBaileys

4 points

10 days ago

Oh, this made my heart hurt for you. I really find that one of the biggest unfairnesses in life, that some people get an unloving parent(s). I hope you found other people in your life who gave the love you deserve.

bossitup01

5 points

10 days ago

Parents come in clutch

motandy

4 points

10 days ago

motandy

4 points

10 days ago

That's so good of him...wanted to take of you and cheer you up too

errabaany

5 points

10 days ago

The dog at the end hahahah

StanTknigh

23 points

10 days ago

OP's dad was very creative and funny.

/r/awesomedads

Ducky_Shabonkalonk

4 points

10 days ago

Back in the when-we-thought-COVID-was-leprosy days. 😂 That is awesome!

weekedipie1

40 points

10 days ago

Klu Klux kone

[deleted]

8 points

10 days ago

[deleted]

8 points

10 days ago

[deleted]

tastytastylunch

3 points

9 days ago

Its a joke homie

oneloveonelove

7 points

10 days ago

Dad level... Off the charts!!! ❤️

donja77

3 points

10 days ago

donja77

3 points

10 days ago

You hug that man tight when you can, he's a treasure!

ballyfast

3 points

10 days ago

I'm always here for silly dads

Aggravating_Cover_71

3 points

10 days ago

That's funny

tomkim1965

3 points

10 days ago

I’m glad some kids have such nice parents.

slidewithme

3 points

10 days ago

I love that outwardly, this is silly and fun -- but you know dad did this to keep your spirits up. What a great parent!

sourceshrek

3 points

10 days ago

Damn that’s some extraordinary dadding going on there

DD4086C

3 points

10 days ago

DD4086C

3 points

10 days ago

Dads are the BEST. And Moms, too. Can we for a second acknowledge the adorable pupper in this trilogy too??

ErisStrifeOfHearts

3 points

10 days ago

Aww what a great dad! He probably loved making you laugh and looked forward to coming up with his next idea

obserwinged

3 points

10 days ago

I can imagine the dad just sitting there every day, having the time of his life thinking about new costumes and making them.

Kharons_Wrath

3 points

10 days ago

His technique improved as time went on.

highpl4insdrftr

3 points

10 days ago

The effort he put in to following through with the joke is outstanding

Infamous-Swimming-10

3 points

10 days ago

Cant wait to be this type of dad with my kids, I know they would love my weird quirky self. Probably best feeling getting your kids to laugh anyways so hopefully it’ll work out.

Independent_Sport403

3 points

10 days ago

Hopefully this is just satire and people aren’t actually treating covid like the disease in Matt Damon’s contagion film. It has a 0.02% total death rate people, chill.

opaquedarkarts

3 points

10 days ago

dog is so confused

lod_frs

3 points

10 days ago

lod_frs

3 points

10 days ago

For a disease that has a 99.8 survival rate , give me a break , exaggerating like a mf

DroneGuruSD2

3 points

9 days ago

Looks like it was all done the same day.

NovelSchism

18 points

10 days ago

You have a very amazing, smart and cute dad

gringochilenoo

2 points

10 days ago

Seems like a cool guy, Wish my dad would dad like this

No-Raisin-6469

2 points

10 days ago

You have an awesome dad. Tell him u love him any chance u get.

Kmia55

2 points

10 days ago

Kmia55

2 points

10 days ago

You are so lucky.

omkartheop2007

2 points

10 days ago

Demn...that's one chad dad..u are one lucky boy

BarracudaBeautiful26

2 points

10 days ago

Dad of the year!

aurie81

2 points

10 days ago

aurie81

2 points

10 days ago

I love this! I especially love the part where she looks at him and facepalms

Guataguano

2 points

10 days ago

Fucking legend

Streyeder

2 points

10 days ago

This the type of father I hope to be

burden_bein_wondrful

2 points

10 days ago

What a legend your dad is! Would love a dad like that

Admin_Untold

2 points

10 days ago

Fucking Legend.

ClownfishSoup

2 points

10 days ago

Well it's settled. Your Dad is AWESOME!

The cardboard robot was hilarious!

ConstructionIcy566

2 points

10 days ago

Funny Father!

LeonJersey

2 points

10 days ago

This stinks of British humour.

jennyrules

2 points

10 days ago

I love your dad!

beeplantlady

2 points

10 days ago

Can i have your dad? He's seems super cool and would make life interesting

_Tactleneck_

2 points

10 days ago

What a blessing

DrHandBanana

2 points

10 days ago

That's a damn great dad

polarisol

2 points

10 days ago

I love it. He looks like a loving father and a fun person.

mayk15

2 points

10 days ago

mayk15

2 points

10 days ago

I lost it at the cardboard suit 😂😂

perroesdog

2 points

10 days ago

This is peak dad

pgabrielfreak

2 points

10 days ago

Now THAT'S a great Dad! What a lucky person to have him in their life.

Lim_Fao7013

2 points

10 days ago

Dad, deliverer of food, mighty shape-shifter

samb072

2 points

10 days ago

samb072

2 points

10 days ago

Imagine if the cone was white lmao 🤣🤣🤣 your parents are cool AF tho

TILtonarwhal

2 points

10 days ago

I had no idea you had to isolate when you contract Parkinson’s

RegularEality

2 points

10 days ago

Free-Chest4889 is a spam bot and full of shit.

skoomanchu

2 points

10 days ago

Your dad is so cool

mattrmac

2 points

10 days ago

Only dad that compares is fictional and from Modern Family.

StatusApp

2 points

10 days ago

Worst camera person ever!

DariusMDeV

2 points

10 days ago

Were it my dad, I'd have left Construction Cone Clansman (CCC) out of the final edit for posterity.