Completely unaware of the fact he no longer looks, dresses or acts in a way anybody would deem “cool,” 48-year-old man Mark Gleason recently proclaimed how “with it” he still is. “Dude, this shirt is totally cool,” he said, regarding his flannel button-down from The Gap’s 2011 collection. “I’m like some kind of lumberjack hipster.”
During their semi-annual Dad Tribunal, a majority of the nation’s dads agreed: You can’t fix stupid. “Look, you can fix just about anything with the right set of tools,” said spokesdad Ken Benton. “Unfortunately, the one thing you can’t fix is stupid.” Stupid comes in many forms, claims the group of fathers. “Maybe you want
As he and his family were preparing to leave for dinner last night, 45-year-old Bill Benson asked his son “how his hair looked,” despite the fact he is completely bald. “It’s just a little joke I like to make from time to time,” said Benson. “See, it’s funny because I have no hair. Get it?”
It’s no secret we here at Classic Dad love grilling. Maybe it’s because we’re dads. Maybe we just like cooked meat. Or maybe we spent years writing and joking about grilling so, one day, we could partner with The Home Depot to review the Traeger Eastwood 22, available exclusively at dad’s favorite home improvement store.
A recent investigation into fatherly fashion trends has uncovered a shocking statistic: 96% of America’s dads received the memo regarding blue jeans and white sneakers as the optimal clothing combination. “What’s most surprising is that memos are very difficult to distribute. If it was an email, sure. But we’re talking about getting a printed piece