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


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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?


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


...and over...


...and over...


...again.

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Happy Father's Day, dads.

Now, why DO you sneeze so loud?

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