This isn't a sitcom, but Chuck Speare has rules for dating his daughter.
They're very clear. They get right to an important point. And they're available on Zazzle for $48.90 if you wish to advertise them for yourself.
Indeed, Speare's unusual article has clothing has gone viral, with the following Tumblr photo having been shared over 200,000 times within 24 hours of it going online.
"He's very supportive of me and the decisions I make for myself; he cares so much about me and my passion for feminism," Kristine Speare, 20, says.
She tells Yahoo Shine via Twitter message regarding her father, a restaurant owner in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, "completely agrees with the shirt's message."
And so do many others.
Kristine describes herself on Twitter as a “feminist, coffee addict [and a] book lover” and she’s become a prominent user of the #YesAllWomen hashtag.
This viral movement has spread throughout the nation, as young women everywhere fight back against sexism and sexual assault.
What do you think, readers? Is he as cool as the father who draws cool stuff on his kid's lunch bag every single day? Or even cooler?!?
Either way, it's certainly nice to know that not all dads are pressuring their kids to yank out loose teeth in a dangerous fashion, isn't it?
What is it about going to the bathroom that acts as a Bat Signal for children, alarming them to your whereabouts and begging them to be your audience whilst you do your business?
The five second rule takes on a whole new meaning when you're a parent. Is that chocolate on the carpet or poop?
YOU are more impressed with childrens' music than your children and you don't even care who knows it. SING IT, PARENTS!
A quiet house is probably not a good house because if your kids are quiet there's a good chance this is happening.
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Any time you hear the word "MOM!" shouted in your general direction in public, your head turns involuntarily. Then you realize it wasn't even your kid who yelled.
The only way this happens is if the kids are sleeping over at Grandma's house. And even then, you're probably just crashing. In your sweats.