Father’s Day should be simple. Yet so many people screw it up. Today I’ll lay down the 9 Rules of Fathers Day. Adhere to them, and you’ll have a wonderful Sunday.
The 9 Rules of Father’s Day
1. Leave Him the Hell Alone
2. No Cards
3. Let Him Watch Sports in Peace
4. No Breakfast in Bed/Brunch
5. No Gifts Unless They’re Power Tools
6. Something’s Gonna Get Grilled
7. Kids, Do What He Wants
8. Beer Me
9. Only Do Sporting Events if You (the kid) Can Pay
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Be a Man. Be a Father. Go Dad Mode. | I’m a first time dad and have no idea what I’m doing. Fortunately, no one does, so we’re all in this together. Let’s chat. | It’s more difficult than ever to raise normal, level-headed children in this politically correct, everyone gets a trophy, “if you serve my child high fructose corn syrup I’ll sue your ass” society. Our goal should be to raise humble and hardworking individuals instead of the self-entitled princess or douche bags that our culture has been churning out recently. On Dad Mode, we’ll discuss the ways we might achieve said goal and the roadblocks that will be in our way.
Andy Carlson is a first time father and 77th time podcast host. He’s currently the resident “Jackass Fan with a Microphone” at the Purple FTW! Podcast – Dedicated to the Pain AND Pleasure that is the Minnesota Vikings – as well as lead MC at Andy Must Di & Football Convos. He’s basically the James Brown –> The Hardest Working Man in Podcasting. (But not drunk in a pickup truck James Brown or FOX NFL Sunday James Brown). He’s also a diaper changing ninja, his X-Men mutant power is Baby Whispering, and thinks “Frozen” is hot garbage.
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