Finally, the unwritten rules of dadhood have been, well, written. When a kid says they're hungry? You MUST say "Hi Hungry, I'm Dad." If you drive into a new town, you MUST comment on the prices of gas. Door open? You MUST ask if the kids were raised in a barn. It's not a choice. It's a law — a Dad Law. For thousands of years, and for thousands to come, these are the rules. And now they're finally all in one place.
The AuthorsAlly Probst is a writer, artist and internet junkie who is addicted to memes. She lives in Des Moines with her husband, two sons, and dog named Indiana Jones.