Despite all that’s wrong with the world, it’s important to note that there are still people who make it a livable place.
Take good dads for instance — where would we be without them? The fact of the matter is, there are just some things mom can’t do that dad is just really good at (like maintaining one of the most impressive Call of Duty stat sheets in history while feeding a newborn, for example).
Or, if that doesn’t wow you, some dads can do an entire workout at the gym with three toddlers attached — literally.
The point is, today is about dads. Today is about good dads, to be specific. We recently came across a hilarious batch of photos that thoroughly detail what your life probably should consist of if you call yourself a good dad.
Check out the photos below for a closer look.
A good dad knows who his true partner in public defense is.
A good dad also knows that it’s only right to make a melon mask for your son before enjoying the actual melon.
Even if a good dad is tired, he’ll still make time to read with his daughter.
Good Dad Rule #43: Everyone gets a window seat.
Good dads teach their kids that working hard is fun, and cartoons can wait.
But if you must play, good dads still know how to enjoy a beer while you do so.
They’ll also include you in their fun.
They take overexcited selfies.
They teach you good form from an early age.
They’re not afraid of a little tea partying.
Good dads get inventive.
They let their daughters be the wolf instead.
They’re open to becoming a human swing if the opportunity presents itself.
They’re willing to take the chance of a potentially catastrophic poop disaster just so they can snuggle for five minutes.
They’re willing to sacrifice their bodies for a memorable photo shoot.
If they’re asked to wear bows in their hair, they do — and they’ll pose for pictures.
Good dads will give you an unplugged controller, so you can build self-confidence while he plays video games and uses cheat codes to win.
Sometimes you have to sacrifice your manhood to play video games in peace.
If you don’t want to upset your little princess, you have to let her turn you into one, too!
Something tells me parents around the world are eternally grateful for this invention.
Transformers T-shirts and picture books are the universal uniform of dads everywhere.
Why spend money on weights when you have kids?
The fact is, no matter what age the kids are, really good dads will continue to be good dads.
You just have to accept the fact that they also really like video games.