12 Hilarious Tweets From Dads About Fatherhood

Parenting by the numbers: 33% - wondering who broke/did/killed something 33% - yelling 33% - tripping over shoes 1% - eating grilled cheese crusts


The sooner parents realize their kid’s closet and dresser are basically wearable napkin dispensers, the sooner they’ll start living in reality.

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There are people who don't think parenting is an extreme sport but tell that to the mountain of laundry I climb over every day.


After becoming a parent you gradually show up later and later to things until you never see anyone ever again.


Being a parent usually means remembering to put suncream on your kids, but then forgetting to put any on yourself. At least my hands are really super sunproof right now. #parenting


Any man can be a father, but it takes someone who complains about how hoses are coiled to be a dad.


Be nice to your Dad. Most of fatherhood feels like going through customs with an outdated passport.


What is it like to be a parent? Imagine you are straining to carry every single grocery bag and someone tosses you a priceless vase. Also, the kitchen is on fire.


Being a father is the single greatest feeling on earth. Not including those wonderful years I spent without a child, of course.


Being a dad is mostly just remembering to buy ketchup and eating leftovers.


Being a father means that every time you say “that’s what she said,” a little voice asks “did she really?”


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