One Twitter account shows us "dad moves" in all their glory.
With an impressive following of over 484K and growing, @ClassicDadMoves on Twitter shows the best of the dads we love. Relying on the quirky, funny, and downright odd things dads do occasionally, this account doesn’t have to try hard to get its followers to laugh along with the challenging and hilarious task that is being a father.
It's hard not to love a dad who can move.
Classic Dad Moves showcases a lot of amazing stuff, but this dancing dad reel is among the best. There’s something about a dad who wants to cut a rug. It’s both endearing and a little cringeworthy, but when you get a collection this good put together, it’s obvious that male parents who can break it down are a hilarious treasure.
'Tis the season to watch our dads decorate the house.
The holiday season is a time for dads to really shine. And anyone who has a father who likes to go all out when it comes to Christmas lights, knows that December is the month for decoration spectacles. This picture represents a tale of two dads. One of them wanted his house seen from space, and the other was content to artfully ride his coattails.
Seeing as they're so busy most of the time, it's understandable when pop culture eludes them.
This laugh-out-loud tweet shared on the account illustrates the struggles all parents go through. This dad probably had so many responsibilities on his plate that trying to keep up with what the kids are listening to is a chore. It’s easier to just put on the oldies station, clean the garage, and go looking for actual Nutri-Grain bars. Because when it comes to pop music and food, eating is usually priority one for the big guy.
But when shopping is on the table, music is the least of dad's worries.
We’re sure there are some guys out there who love it, but when it comes to tagging along on a marathon shopping trip, dads generally aren’t raring to go. Thank goodness for display couches, random benches, and iPhones. Without them, there would be a lot more fathers standing in department stores, staring blankly into space.