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Laffaday - A Father's Day faux pas.
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Sunday, June 19, 2016
Greetings Laff Lovers,
I'm always the first person up in my house. I works out well because it's the only time I get any quiet time. I just can't stay up as late as my wife and kids so the mornings are mine particularly on the weekends when I'm not rushing out the door.
My 15 year-old son was the first to come down. After about 10 minutes a Father's Day commercial came on.
"Oh!" He said shocked. "Happy Father's Day!"
I looked at him a little sideways and said, "That's next Sunday."
He was embarrassed for about 10 seconds then went to raid the fridge.
My wife came down a little later. The Golf Channel runs a lot of Father's Day commercials, and after one began my wife asked me, "Is today Father's Day?"
I looked at her but my son jumped in and said, "Next week, Mom." Like he knew it all along.
Then my 20 year-old daughter and 18 year old daughter came down together. "Do we really have to watch golf?"
"I recorded it yesterday," I said. "It's almost over."
Then the same commercial came on.
"Oh my God!" they shrieked. "Is it Father's Day?"
This time both my son and my wife answered, "Next week."
"You know," I said calmly, "I was going to make a big breakfast and spoil you all with your favorites, but now you can all go fuck yourselves. I'm going golfing."
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