While working on a homeschool curriculum for his 14-year-old son, local dad Jerry Schwartz has decided that the most important topic he will cover will be general lawn maintenance. “Yeah, I know the school told us we should cover things like history, math, science, all that stuff,” Schwartz told reporters while settling close to his
Frank Benson of suburban Cleveland thought he was experiencing the onset of the Coronavirus, but it turns out he simply left the heat setting higher than usual on his new recliner. “I had all the symptoms. I felt a fever coming on. I was fatigued. I could barely stay awake, even with the kids screaming
After over a week of shelter-in-place orders across much of the country, dads nationwide have still yet to figure out how to properly use the video chat app, Zoom. “Hello, are, can you hear me?” 51-year-old father-of-three Richard Sprite asked reporters. “I, it says here that I can put a background, do I look like
John Frinkley, a 29-year-old data analyst from Brooklyn, recently announced he has not put on pants in the past 11 days, due to his mandate to work from home and appropriately shelter-in-place. “Yeah, I mean, I keep thinking that today might be the day that I wear something more than just boxers,” Frinkley told reporters
After spending nearly a week under a “shelter in place” ordinance in his home state of Illinois, Naperville resident and father of three William Randalls has decided that given the circumstances, he has “no choice” but to just use the grill for every meal. “Oh man, you mean I have to grill for every meal?