18 People Who Proved That Life Is Never Boring With a Dad
Men and women behave differently in the same situations, and parenting is no exception. Mothers have their strengths, while dads have their pros and small weaknesses that entertain everyone around them.
We at Bright Side are sure that being a father is in no way easier than being a mother. And our compilation will show you dads who, despite trying their best, sometimes end up confusing their kids anyway.
“My daughter gave this to me for my birthday and kept asking if I wanted to wear it today. Had to do it.”
“My dad is the most mysterious man in the world. What did he mean here?”
“My dad grinds raspberries and sugar with a screwdriver. Do you like this mixer?”
“Was at my kid’s school for a costume parade. One dad misunderstood in the best way possible.”
The definition of “dad joke”:
- My girlfriend and I have been dating each other for a long time. So, we decided to move in together, and I went to her place to pick up the stuff. When her dad was giving me the suitcase with her belongings, he suddenly whispered to me, “Now it’s your curse!”. © Overheard / Ideer
“My father has serious organization issues. I opened the cabinet and saw this. What should I tell him?”
“And this is my dad!”
“My father: I don’t care for dogs here at home. Also my father:”
Does your dad do this too?
- Once a year, my dad comes into my room looking like a lost stranger and asks me whether I have a carburetor/screws/drill/his wedding suit/a video card from 2008/his schoolbook. Then he bitterly says, “You never have anything,” and leaves. © Wizard_Severus / Twitter
“All my relatives: ’Your art doesn’t make sense, and your flowers don’t make sense either.’ But my dad always supports me.”
“Dad went on vacation and left me 3-page instructions for the cat.”
“I’ve been down and staying in my room. My dad walked by, looked at me, came back, put this on the couch, caressed my head, and left.”
“My father rarely cooks.”
When your dad gets distracted easily:
- When I was 8, my dad and I drove to the beach. When we were leaving, the car got stuck in the car. Dad asked me to get out, and then some guys helped push it. Finally, Dad managed to get the car out of the sand and... left! I ran after the car shouting, “Dad!” but he didn’t see me. I was crying bitterly when a woman came up to me and said, “Don’t worry, he will come back soon.” He did come back; he noticed that I wasn’t answering his questions and turned around. © Overheard / Ideer
“I love my dad’s sense of humor.”
“Went to visit my dad, this is all he had in the shower.”
“My dad said people at work wouldn’t stop using his personal cup, so this was his solution.”
That enviable self-confidence
Has your dad ever done something you’ll remember for life?
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