In honor of Father's Day—a time when dads' finest moments are caramelized into baseball-tossing, bike-coaching, bride-escorting Hallmark sentiments—I bring you a celebration of those not-so-fine moments in the big guy's career. Somewhere in between the time he taught us to swim and to tune out mom when she's having one of her moments, he totally lost his hero mojo.
It's all puberty's fault. Alien-like body changes can really drive a wedge between a teenage girl and her middle-aged dad.
Jason Nash is a father who understands this. He's also a comedian who uploads a shocking amount Vine videos in his daily life. If you're new to Vine, it's a 6-second video app, and for Jason, an endless opportunity to play different characters. One of them is called The Dad Who Only Makes Things Worse, and to my mind, he's the perfect Father's Day tribute.
We're supposed to remember all those times when dad taught us to try, even if we didn't always succeed. How about all those times dad tried with us—uncomfortable, hormonal teenager us—and failed big-time? Let's take a moment to bask in those lost memories when dad was a wheel in the hurdling embarrassment train of our lives. He always meant well.
Ladies and Gentleman, meet The Dad Who Only Makes Things Worse. (Click the speaker icon on each video to play with sound.)
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