an Oh Myyy Property
popular

These Tweets About The Strange Things Dads Do Are Hilariously On Point


Cecilie_Arcurs/Getty Images; @divyara85751279/Twitter

The third Sunday of June is Father's Day in 87 different countries around the world.

All told, 111 countries celebrate fathers at some time during the year.


Now most parents will tell you becoming a parent changes you. And most children will tell you parents behave in oddly specific ways.

Like, what happens to a man when he goes into dad-mode?

With Father's Day upon us in the United States⁠—and 86 other countries⁠—it seems a good time to look at some of the eccentricities of fatherhood by checking Twitter where people asked "why do dads...."

Does your dad do any of these things?


Giphy


@alanna_holiday/Twitter





Giphy






Giphy








@BakedZitiFanz/Twitter


Giphy









Giphy






But people kept coming back to the same question over...


...and over...


...and over...


...again.

@sierra_spirit/Twitter


Giphy

Happy Father's Day, dads.

Now, why DO you sneeze so loud?

Witthaya Prasongsin/Getty Images; @JaimePrimak/Twitter

We live in an America where every day a new story comes out about someone being accused of taking racist action.

Whether it's white people calling the cops on black people for innocuous things or almost everything President Trump does, we are saturated with stories about racism.

Keep reading... Show less

It takes a serious survival instinct to make it through school. It's one of the hardest environments in which to thrive, but these students have come together to share their secrets and make the school experience a little easier.

Keep reading... Show less

Breakups suck. Even when they're the best thing for you and everyone involved is good with it, they're still kind of sad. It's so much worse when you realize the breakup was a huge mistake. One Reddit user asked:

What was your 'oh sh!t' moment when you realized you shouldn't have broke up with your ex S.O.?

Keep reading... Show less
Mafer Hmurphy/Facebook

An employee of Bucky's gas station in Naperville, Illinois was fired after a video displaying his racist behavior went viral.

Keep reading... Show less

Tucker Carlson has a long history of flirting with White supremacist ideologies, and it's starting to get noticed more and more.

As advertisers shy away from his show, where he regularly expresses views too extreme for them to handle, Carlson's producers reached out to Berkeley City Council member Rigel Robinson for a guest appearance.

Robinson declined the invitation in the most epic way possible.

Keep reading... Show less

Influencers can make a living by taking glamorous pictures, but that doesn't mean the occasional mistake doesn't sometimes slip by the photographer's eye.

Keep reading... Show less