To All The Fathers In The World, Thank You For These 30 Life Lessons
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To All The Fathers In The World, Thank You For These 30 Life Lessons

Thank You Dad for the life lessons you thought us.

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To All The Fathers In The World, Thank You For These 30 Life Lessons

Thank You Dad, for the life lessons you taught us.

Always be grateful

Teach your kids, God comes first before everything.

Respect your mother.

Stop fighting with your siblings and just love them.

Politics and family don't mix.

Family is everything.

Protect your loved ones.

Ask more questions.

Never judge a book by its cover.

Be patient.

Life doesn't owe you a thing.

Speak up, let your voice be heard.

There's always somebody having a worse day than you.

You fell, stop crying and get back up.

Never assume you're the smartest person in the room.

Always look a person in the eye.

If you are my son, wear a tie and a suit occasionally.

Bruises and scabs are a part of life.

Learn how to change a tire.

Mowing the lawn isn't a chore, it's a form of meditation.

Get your oil changed or suffer the consequences.

Have high-quality tools, so you don't end up buying the same tools over and over again.

It's always more satisfying if you build it yourself.

Marry a man who is also a handyman.

Do not waste your time with a man that does not appreciate you.

Always carry pepper spray in your bag.

Don't be like and pretend to remember everything, just write everything down.

Hold doors open for everyone.

Remember, if he finishes eating first, he isn't nice he is boring.

Buy a plunger before you need a plunger.

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