Dads are our besties for life. They are our heroes! What is your dads name? Let's see if your Dad's name matches up with the kind of Dad he is...
Tom - The Helicopter Dad
You can pretty much hear the blades going when you walk near them or say their name.
Chris - The One-Of-The-Kids Dad
Always just trying to get into what the kids are doing these days. No Dad, you are not good at Fortnite.
Daniel - The Chore Fanatic Dad
Remember Danny Tanner? Yeah. Explains it all.
Larry - The Clumsy Dad
Always tripping over himself and is the clumsiest adult ever.
James - The Workaholic Dad
Out till 8 PM at work just trying to put food on the table. Wife is probably a stay at home Mom. Good for her.
Phil - The Hipster Dad
Forces you to recycle everything and still listens to The Beetles on repeat.
Jason - The Selective-Hearing Dad
Totally tries to act like he doesn't hear you asking him a question but claims he is not deaf.
Fred - The Absentminded Dad
Would forget their child at the grocery store.
Robert - The Nerd Dad
Always did your homework for you because helping you was just too easy.
John - The Overly-Proud Dad
Posts every one of your accomplishments on Facebook.
Brian - The Handyman Dad
Keeps a tool bag in his vehicle "just in case".
William - The Coach Dad
Always pushing you to be your best at everything and probably used to be your soccer coach as a kid.
Scott - The Emotional Dad
Cries at your school events because you are growing up too fast.
Mark - The Techsavvy Dad
Shows you everything you are doing wrong with technology. Probably researches technology issues before bed.
Michael - The Charming Dad
Always says the right things at the right times. All your friends love him.
Richard - The Realist Dad
He will tell you that you are being stupid when you clearly are and doesn't regret it.
Adam - The Goodlooking Dad
All the fellow parents think he is just so handsome an they always make sure you know too.
Kevin - The Embarrassing Dad
Carries baby pictures in his wallet to show the kid you have a crush on when he meets them for the first time.
Brad - The Sailor Dad
Every sentence usually starts with a foul word of his choice thinking that will get the point across.
David - The Worry-Wart Dad
Worries about what you eat, what time you went to bed, and when you left the house. Worry worry worry.