Some ding-a-ling microwaved a glow stick, even though his dad told him not to. Dummy!
Allison Williams must be so embarrassed right now. Her dad, Brian, "reported" on the NBC Nightly News tonight her casting in NBC's forthcoming live production of Peter Pan. "Family members confirm that she's been rehearsing for this role since the age of three and they look forward to seeing her fly," he said on-air.
Duff Watson claims that he and his two daughters were forced off their Southwest Airlines flight from Denver to Minneapolis after he tweeted a complaint about the agent at the gate. Only after all three had exited the plane and the agent watched Watson delete the tweet were they allowed back on the plane. The agent apparently told him that his tweet constituted a security threat.
Joshua has 5 tattoos and counting, and his dad doesn't approve. Every time he gets some new ink, he shows his dad and films the disappointed reaction. Aw, geez.
"Fancy," by America's current favorite Australian drag queen and agitator Iggy Azalea (and Charli XCX), is currently the number two song in the country. If you somehow still doubt the song's pervasive hook, know that it has officially been affirmed as mainstream by its canonization in the Dad Lip Dub Video genre of YouTube videos.
Ponder now the mysteries of the primordial kinship between father and his male offspring. Some fish; some have a catch. Some dads have heart attacks and shit their pants when their sons go on a sustained campaign to scare them. This is one of those father-son relationships.
Even the sourest among us can probably muster some happy tears for this older man who just found out his life is about to change in the nicest way possible.
Your dad in the 90s. Your dad in his den with a bag of chocolate-covered pretzels. Your dad when he met your mom at Club Ipanema in 1971. Like a choose-your-own-adventure edition of staying #ontrend, fashion is now easier than ever. Just take a page from pa's lookbook—casual, unfussy, and now replete with swaths of porny chest hair.
This week, the New York Times made great strides in establishing itself as the paper of record of butts, publishing not one but two articles dedicated to the issue. One was about how men crave plump, juicy booties to fill out their dad jeans. The other: an ode to the dad jeans themselves, filled to bursting with men's plump, juicy booties.