Back in the day... fathers would say:
"Son... you don't know how good you got it. When I was a kid we had to walk 20 miles to school in the snow, and it was uphill both ways."
It was a comedian that brought this to my attention.
Since it's now a kinder and gentler world... the best he could come up with for his son, was:
"Son... you don't know how good you got it. When I was a kid we didn't have fancy remote controls. We had to actually get off the couch!"
So with science and technological changes taking place at such a rapid rate...
What do you think current and future fathers will have to boast about? :)
And just remember what W. C. Fields said:
- It'll be tough, but they'll think of something
- Isn't boasting what you do with a turkey?
- I'm not gonna lie... I've boasted a time or two...
- Shit! This is your idea of floppy? You don't know from floppy...
- I'd just order us a pizza in 40 slices, so we could each get 20 slices...
- Do girls care what size the cucumber is?
- I'd just make up a story about a zombie attack. Kids eat that shit up!
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My dad literally had to walk 10 miles to get to school. He walked 100 miles when he was 15 lol and came to the united states on his own at 16 while he worked at a ship. He then enrolled at school in America and told the American kids that they had it good compared to where he came from lol He now is in his 60s and laughs when young kids say they experienced culture shock when they move like a state away just because the state has more white kids. When my dad came to America no one had ever seen a hispanic guy before lol It was that crazy back in the day in the south. When I have kids i'm going to be like I had to wait for someone to get off the phone before using the internet. I also had to wait hours to download a movie. If the movie is in the wrong language then we would have to either call it a night or drive down to blockbuster.