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Dad Vs. Gravity

“This photo of my Dad confused me as a kid.”

(via source)

Dad’s New Remote

“This is how my Dad has been changing channels lately.”

(via source

Excitable Dad

“This is from my sister’s sweetheart ball. When Mom got the photo back she realized there was something wrong with Dad’s face.”

(submitted by Stephanie)

Dad’s “Gift”

“This is my beloved father-in-law, George, who passed away in 2015.  When searching for pictures to post at his funeral, we stumbled upon this one.  It didn’t make the cut, and you can see why from looking at it.  George had a great sense of humor and 7 kids to boot, so the picture fits him perfectly!”

(submitted by Celeste)

Still Randy

“Forty years of marriage and my Mom had no idea my Dad’s name has a double meaning. That explains why she had no problem asking the bakery to put this on his cake.”

(via source)

High Times Birth Announcement

“My father put my birth announcement in a 1994 High Times magazine.”

(via source)

Dad Casual

“My Dad and sister at her high school graduation party.  He was always one to dress for the occasion.”

(submitted by Sally)

Tied Down

“This is the inventive Dad of the day.”

(via source)

Thanksgiving Fashion

“My Dad likes to keep us guessing with his Thanksgiving fashion.”

(via source)

This Dad Is An Expert At Photobombing His Teenage Daughter

Fatherhood comes with countless responsibilities, but perhaps the most important is messing with your teenage children. This father understands that, and we can all learn from his example.

Twitter user @jolitamarie shared a story of her Dad’s expert pranking, in the form of a photobomb:


Jolita and her Mom went out to the driveway for a shoot. Dad’s Dad Senses sensed an opportunity, and he followed them:

He struck a pose mimicking his daughter’s, (always a strong Dad move.) Whether Mom started laughing, or she just sensed someone was behind her, his daughter quickly caught on:

Being caught didn’t stop him, and he kept on posing for the rest of the shoot:

Well done, Dad. And to all the fathers out there, we hope you’re taking notes.

(via source)