Fathers are full of helpful wisdom, but that doesn’t mean that ALL their advice is good advice. See the lighter, less correct side of paternal guidance with the viral hashtag #Dadvice. It may not help you in the long run, but it’s sure to be good for a laugh.
You mind your affairs, and they’ll mind theirs. Of course, that won’t be of much help when you run over a pedestrian…but it sounds good on paper!
I live his moxie, but I’m struggling to find a reason why keeping someone from wearing both your shoes is any better or worse than just having your stuff stolen. I think dad may be looking too hard for a “win” here.
I’m not sure that is the kind of remark that will turn a kid off of drinking, but it’s pretty darn funny. If I was going to be an alcoholic, I’d be a galloping one!
If I was a teacher, I would be VERY afraid to broach anything even resemblingreligious practices with a student. I’d prefer to let the kid get away with a nap than put my job on the line over it.
Imagine if professional painters adhered to this. They’d all have liver inflammation and migraines six months into their careers. Crack open the windows. Use fans, too.
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