Happy Father’s Day!

Well, today is Father’s Day, a holiday which commemorates some troglodyte who was lucky enough to inseminate a woman.

I’ve never been a big fan of Father’s Day; in my opinion it’s a made-up holiday like Juneteenth and, say, Veterans Day. (I kid, I kid.) Mother’s Day is actually a thing, and they deserve their own day. Guys like me, who will be watching NASCAR and playing PlayStation all day, don’t usually celebrate – or even know the date of – Father’s Day.

I mean, I’d like to think I am at least a below-average father – Kyle usually tells me that – but I work hard to put food on the table, and take an interest in the kids’ activities.

For the rest of you real fathers, I hope you enjoy the day. My only wish at this point is to have hamburgers and hot dogs for dinner. That is the zenith of my expectations.

9 thoughts on “Happy Father’s Day!

  1. Happy Father’s Day! I’m making Steve a tomahawk steak, bacon & cheese covered roasted potatoes and strawberry shortcake. He’s also be happy with a burger but I want to go all out. 😆

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  2. Happy Father’s Day, Wyatt. I’m with you on it being a lame, made up holiday. I’m pretty happy just to be left alone to my own devices. My wife gets all worked up about it and wants to buy me all kinds of new clothes. Hell, between Christmas and my birthday I have enough athletic socks, underwear, undershirts and tee shirts to last into the next millennium. She needs to go out today and get her second jab and pick up some prescriptions, so I told her to just get me a big assed bag of highly salted cashews and I’ll be more than good. The daughter sent me a Kindle book this morning to keep me occupied………

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  3. Jenn – I’ll be there in, what, ten hours? I asked for burgers, so I’m set.

    Tam – I don’t want anything. My coworker got me a Barnes & Noble gift card for Christmas. I’d be very happy using it this week.

    Cathy – Thanks. And unlike Tam, I’m using my whole ass.

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  4. Hey, you haven’t had to bail any of your kids out of juvie, right? In my family, that’s considered a total success!

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