Sponsored by MyBookie It’s week two of the NFL season or, as dads like to say, “Honey, kids, here’s the credit card. Go to the mall or wherever for eight hours this Sunday so I can watch some quality professional football in my DadCave in peace.” Dads also like to call holding on every play
As the 2017 NFL season gets underway, America’s dads and tailgating enthusiasts everywhere were stunned by reports that charcoal supplies have been dwindling since late 2016. “This is not fake news,” Dallas native Bob Benson told his son as they ran a red light on their way to the local hardware store. “Your Uncle Mike
On August 26th, Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor will square off for the biggest fight of the year. Millions will pay to watch it, including your dad, who will have some very specific issues with the fight. And here are those complaints, presented by MyBookie.ag. 1) “I paid how much for this?” A hundred dollars.
Football season is here, which means dads everywhere are going to be completely immobile for about 12 hours each Sunday, whether their team is playing or not. It’s a relaxing time for dads, and a break from you having to hear dad jokes or get embarrassed in some loud way. Yes, the NFL season is
What started out as a simple joke turned into a 10-minute lecture to friends and family when 43-year-old Mark Benson mused what the world would be like if more things were ranch-flavored. “I’m just saying it would solve all kinds of problems,” he said as he munched on another handful of HONCHOS organic tortilla chips.