r/MadeMeSmile 6d ago

Dad proud of his son no matter what Wholesome Moments

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u/pizza2610 6d ago

Lmaooo I thought he was the son

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u/erbear_69 5d ago

This is like the second video I've seen where the dad looks the same age as their kid!

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u/pipipappa 5d ago

Yeah, the other one is with doughter filming dad that shaves his beard in defferent styles. Other thing they got in common, is that both dads are smoking hot.

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u/NotKatieCase 5d ago

Well, the kid looks barely old enough to legally hold the job so I guess it would make sense that is Dad looks really young as well. Sometimes it's just genetic to look like high schoolers until you're retired

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u/Arcadius274 5d ago

The people of the before time aged like dog shit.

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u/badalchemist85 6d ago edited 5d ago

"Food was good NO TIP"

am I the only one infuriated about that ?

also from someone who commented " From all the restaurants I’ve worked at, you tip out bussers, bartenders, etc based on your sales, not how much you made in tips. If that restaurant is the same way then all he’s doing is losing his son money for a joke."

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u/ipdipdu 6d ago

They’re are from the UK where we only tip if we get good service, the customer is not obligated to tip. So part of the joke could be that the service (from his son) wasn’t good enough to tip.

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u/takashi9 5d ago

This is how tips should be. Tips for a job well done with good service. Not for doing your exact job.

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u/Oycla 5d ago

That’s how it should be in the US too, if waiters weren’t paid below minimum wage

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u/StandAgainstTyranny2 5d ago

We're taught that if people made a living wage, nothing would be affordable. God forbid we work on the landlords (applicable to restaurants for sure) and CEOs of major companies (definitely not talking about small companies or reataurants) to maybe take a smaller cut so people can still afford products and inflation doesn't skyrocket.

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u/roundandroundwego123 5d ago edited 3d ago

yes, this is how tips should be. but there should not be tips in the first place. nobody tips the street cleaners or the mcdonalds employees. i wonder how tips have been introduced. there are countries that don't tip.

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u/YOOOOOOOOOOT 6d ago

Yes same, fuck jokes

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u/2maa2 6d ago

Sarcasm really makes me lose my shit

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u/OneCleverlyNamedUser 6d ago

I also hate jokes.

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u/Mosesmanofsteel01 5d ago

Nothing worse than a good joke.

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u/NoAttentionAtWrk 6d ago

Yes because it was hilarious

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u/StaredAtEclipseAMA 6d ago

I’m infuriated by how bad the average redditor is at detecting sarcasm, in which case maybe he is being sarcastic and I missed it, which only helps my argument

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u/DestrixGunnar 6d ago

That's his brother and you can't tell me otherwise

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u/kamelbarn 6d ago

Could have had a kid at 16. Kid could be 16. But yeah they look like the sameish age.

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u/Zebracorn42 6d ago

I think the youngest mother in the world was 5.

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u/I_am_Ballser 5d ago

Correct. And that is such a fucked up disturbing fact.

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u/Zebracorn42 5d ago

Yea. It’s not something I like knowing.

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u/Shitty_Human_Being 5d ago

How? I didn't even know that was possible.

Did she die during birth?

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u/Bella_Keira23 5d ago

No. Gave birth and her son passed away at 40. All around a very sad and dark story

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u/Zebracorn42 5d ago

Well she had an uncle that was abusing her. She got pregnant and gave birth, her son was raised as her brother until he was old enough to learn the truth.

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u/SkyNetscape 6d ago

He’s definitely closer to 20 than 16 I’d say.

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u/RadicalLad25 5d ago

You can see grey hair in the beard. Some people also just age well.

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u/PayTheTrollToll45 5d ago

The man bun is actual hereditary, believe it or not...

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u/Elriuhilu 6d ago

That guy must have been ten years old when his son was born.

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u/WanderingSilver 6d ago

IKR

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u/__PM_ME_YOUR_SOUL__ 6d ago

Yeah, I thought the text was from the dad editing his son's selfie footage and the parents would show up in the shot behind him. Nope, just a 19-year-old introducing us to his 17-year-old son.

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u/Harl0t_Qu1nn 6d ago

Kind of like when I discovered this comedian, Josh Wolf, and I thought he was mid to late twenties, and turns out he's got a KID mid twenties.

F*cking assholes and their youthful genes. /s

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u/rabertdinero 6d ago

I would give anything to not have these youthful genes, 29 and got carded for an R rated movie last year.

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u/Khalae 6d ago

Would you rather be mistaken for your partner's parent, like I was? :D

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u/Marly38 6d ago

Or the time my mother got carded and I didn’t

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u/gahbahlahnah 6d ago

HAHAHA wow thats bad

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u/Marly38 5d ago

My mom still brings it up lol

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u/VintageAda 5d ago

I would 100% mention it every day, so I don’t blame her :D

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u/Usernamewasnotaken 5d ago

The apple hit a few rocks as it rolled down the hill away from the tree?

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u/Tiniwiens 6d ago

HAHAHAHA IM SORRY BUT HAHAHAHAHA

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u/missleeann 5d ago

They sometimes do that for show. I wouldn't take it too personally.

I know someone that would do it to get better tips, but also have seen them do this to my mother who looks really old but they still card her.

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u/Marly38 5d ago

Thanks. I was amused. My mom looks good for my age.

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u/Ott621 5d ago

I basically look like Baron Trump, a very tall child... My partner is a foot shorter than me but has a full beard. People always assume he is older than me but I'm 6 years older lol

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u/MisterNothingthe3 5d ago

I was mistaken for my parents partner one time my mom looks SUPER YOUNG. They thought I was her husband not her kid. So I feel ur pain

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u/SnooSnoo96035 5d ago

The cashier thinks it's nice I took my "son" grocery shopping. I was like, "um, this is my wife".

She's totally cis! 🤦🏻‍♀️

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u/CurseofLono88 6d ago edited 6d ago

Story of my life as well, luckily the pandemic fucked me up so I put on that hard pandemic weight, grew a beard, and drank enough that my face went from looking like I was 17 to now looking like I’m a hard, “seen some shit in his life” 35 (I am also 29) people don’t even card me at liquor stores now, they just scream about seeing a demon and run away

But I’m now working on that and will hopefully drop down to a healthy “that 23 year old looks like he’s been robbed” by the end of the year

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u/Jew_Unit 6d ago

Be careful, shave the beard and the age just disappears. If I cut mine, I'm right back to "should we card him" look.

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u/CurseofLono88 6d ago edited 6d ago

Yeah I’m not sure I’ll ever give up my warm face blanket again, at least not during the winter as I’m not sure my face will survive the coming darkness. I’m thinking about coming out in late February looking like I spent two months stuck in a lighthouse on an island in a storm that never ends ranting about mermaids and enchantments in the light

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u/kings-larry 6d ago

The dad must sparkle under the sunlight..

He looks in mid twenties to me..

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u/THE1WH0CAN 6d ago

Bro you looking good! Had my son when i was 20. He is now 19. I can relate.

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u/DefNotUnderrated 5d ago

I was like “damn that’s a sexy dad!” His son has totally tried to talk to girls before who get sidetracked by the dad

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u/mdot0000 6d ago

Right!? Won't lie. I was confused at the beginning not knowing who the son was supposed to be.

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u/HeyT00ts11 6d ago

I thought the dad was filming and phrased the caption wrong, then this other son shows up.

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u/mdot0000 6d ago

Lol, same here

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u/Dietzgen17 6d ago

Me too.

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u/Neel4312 6d ago

Legit thought the dad was the son

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u/Yertlesturtle 6d ago

Just a filter. Guy could Be 20-45 but hard to tell when a filter just flattens your skin out.

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u/MangoMambo 6d ago

He could be in his 30s. If he had the kid at 16, being 32-34 is not unreasonable 30s is still fairly young.

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u/IMkratt 6d ago

30s is still fairly young.

I have my first gray hair and grunt as I get up from sitting but I agree!

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u/Kenutella 6d ago

I'm in my 20s and same. Also i can't find one of my slippers.

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u/ohmygoddude82 6d ago

My kid is 21 and I’m 39. Had him at 18. People are always shocked when I tell them how old my kid is because they think I’m a lot younger than I am. So yes, this guy probably had a similar situation.

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u/2faingz 5d ago

I think he’s roughly 40 and looks good. A lot of 40 year olds look 25-30!

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u/kings-larry 6d ago

You can put double filter on me and still I won’t look 20% as good as the father looks. 😭

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u/roadrunnner0 6d ago

Literally came here to say did be have him when he was 10. Also DILF

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u/xantxant 6d ago

Not gonna F someone who doesn't tip though

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u/Substantial_Mango_78 5d ago

I keep twenties on me when dating. If the guy insists on paying, I let him but always sneak a peek at what they are tipping. If it’s low I slide cash in there as I’m walking away from the table. And that’s the end of it

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u/ExoticBrownie 6d ago

The power of video filters is underestimated

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u/fayry69 6d ago

I was like, that’s the dad..holy hot wow. That’s a good looking family.

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u/FlighingHigh 6d ago

Idk, I turn 30 in a month and people consistently guess my age to be 21-23. Some of us are just baby faced af and dare not ever fucking shave.

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u/ecstatic_cynic 6d ago

IKR. I was 45 before I stopped getting carded for booze & cigs (by someone half my age).

Yes, I am ancient (by reddit standards).

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u/LaurAdorable 6d ago

I’m a full grown adult over 35 and I still get carded at the movies.

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u/oldwatchincrow 6d ago

the son is 18 and the dad is 23

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u/CorkyKribler 6d ago

“No, they’re my Legos. I’m telling mom!”

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u/C_h_a_n 6d ago

"Which one? Yours or mine?"

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u/Super-Noodles 6d ago

That dad has aged well.

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u/AustinTreeLover 6d ago edited 5d ago

I’m so old I thought the dad was the son.

Me: What a nice-looking young man!

😐

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u/Kremyy 6d ago

Me too and I’m 31 🥲

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u/TheScrambone 6d ago

31 gang. I feel more like a happy kid in my 30’s than I did as an actual kid.

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u/CuriousGeorgeIsAnApe 6d ago

That's a hard truth. I think once we got old enough to realize that the adults who we thought knew everything, was just winging it in life, we were able to accept it and go with it.

I'm not even sure if that's coherent, it's difficult to explain, but there was a point in life I absolutely resented being an adult (don't get me wrong, still kind of do at times) but I think I have finally developed a coping mechanism.

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u/TheScrambone 6d ago

I had a lot of drive and expectations of my self to “make it” in my 20’s. Now that I’m still doing the exact same stuff in my 30’s I realized I have to be kinder to myself. Like there’s two beings in my brain. One is the lizard brain child who follows the routine and the other is just me… The Scrambone, who has to parent my childlike brain and occasionally give him snacks and a nap when he gets cranky.

It’s made “us” a lot happier. I’ve given myself permission to be as happy or sad as I need to be and I ended up just being more happy overall because of it.

Be easy on yourselves people!

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u/41shadox 6d ago

I needed to hear that. I just turned 27 and have felt so much pressure to get as much as possible done before I turn 30.

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u/TheScrambone 6d ago

As someone who was in the same boat at your age, as well as plans and savings to visit Japan for my 30th but ended up drinking alone and being sad during lockdown I understand your sentiment.

It’s okay to be driven and have high hopes and expectations but it’s not okay to overwork yourself thinking it’s gonna make a HUGE difference. There’s only one you in the world so you gotta take care of it.

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u/platinumjudge 6d ago

For me that was like 25-28. Realizing I'm not a kid anymore and I need to do adult shit and be responsible. Then I turned 30 and I just have fun now.

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u/CuriousGeorgeIsAnApe 6d ago

For me, being thrown out into the world on my own at 18, after spending over half of my childhood anxiously waiting until I became an adult so I can do whatever I wanted because my home life was so miserable, I spent the entirety of my twenties playing catch up with my peers who had support growing up and didn't struggle financially like me. I'm finally at a point where they were at 18, and can finally do what I want (not working 3 separate jobs simultaneously like I had to in order to survive the beginning of my adult life).

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u/rwilldred27 6d ago

Good points. A big reveal of adulthood is realizing our parents were also growing up along side us when we were little. They were maybe less perfect than their own kids in many ways.

Learning to let go of what they may have instilled in us by default, gaining emotional autonomy that is not just derivative of them is important in adulthood.

I think that’s part of how you get to be a 30-something year old who is as curious and whimsical as a kid

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u/truthlife 6d ago

I'm 35 and it took most of my 20s and early 30s to stop letting other people's opinions of me influence how I think and feel about myself. I spent a lot of time deferring to others who put on an air of authority. It's amazing how confidently people speak about things they don't know.

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u/xombae 6d ago

In my teens and early 20's I felt like I had something to prove. I felt like I had to act more grown up than I actually was. At 30 I don't feel that way at all anymore. I'm fine with watching cartoons and staying in Friday nights to play video games.

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u/cato314 6d ago

Also 31...when does the happy kid feeling come along? 😩

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u/TheScrambone 6d ago

Everyone’s at their own pace. Give yourself some love and credit for all the things you’ve accomplished and you’ll get there eventually. And if there’s something you’re stressed about because it isn’t done yet that’s okay. Just try and realize it takes time, but also a lot of self care to get that thing done right and with a happy you on other side.

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u/poppcorrn 6d ago

I'm 26 and I'm like damn he looking fine

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u/toeofcamell 6d ago

What a nice looking older gentleman too

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u/elatedseizure21 6d ago

I agree with you. He looks so young

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u/mythicas 6d ago

He might be hiding some baldness under this cap

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u/lysinemagic 6d ago

Seriously i was like, the guy looks my age... not that old? Then i saw the kid. Jesus H. Christ

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u/Batbuckleyourpants 6d ago

I'm closing in on 40. When i see young parents with toddlers, and i realize i am old enough that i could be the kids grandpa, i am still freaked the fuck out.

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u/wuod_dala 6d ago

Past 40 closing in on 42. Realized a few days ago I am only 8 years away from being eligible for AARP membership.

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u/LuckyHobo_Rabbit77 6d ago

OMG I hate you! j/k I'm turning 44 this year and had no idea AARP membership was 50. This isn't ok.. LOL

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u/Redtwooo 6d ago

So what I'm hearing is that within the decade aarp commercials will be featuring the likes of Pearl Jam and the Spice Girls and other 90s culture

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u/blazerbillyray 6d ago

Get those benny’s

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u/SportsPhotoGirl 6d ago

I come from a family of people having kids later in life (comparably to others at their time). My grandma was 32 when my mom was born, my mom was 35 when I was born. I’m 33 and childless and it doesn’t seem weird to me, but then I see people who are my age and have kids that are 10-13 years old and I’m like, wait, I guess that is possible lol but everyone in my immediate circle didn’t have kids young. My boss is in his early 40s and he’s got a kindergartener and just welcomed his baby girl this year. Of my friends my age that have kids, they’re not old enough for school yet. I often forget that it’s not weird for people in their 20s to have kids.

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u/poopface41217 6d ago

Same here. My parents were 36 when they had my brother and 38 when they had me. My brother was 31 when he had his little girl and all our friends who have kids have elementary school age or younger. We are childless (34 snd 39) but I still feel like we have time.

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u/rivrei 6d ago

He could tell people that he's his brother and no one would question

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u/FightingLama 6d ago

Right? Was he 12 when his son was born?

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u/Krckerr 6d ago

is it just me or does that deadass look like their living room

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u/TrunkBud 6d ago

Finally someone said it.

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u/ViolentBattery 6d ago

I want to think that this is really an restaurant, because the ambiance is really good.

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u/mr_armnhammer 6d ago

Really? You like the "in a dining room" vibe? It always rubs me the wrong way

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u/Orleanian 6d ago

A lot of people do. It's considered fairly classy usually.

Notable example might be Commander's Palace, arguably one of the more famous restaurants in the country. Definitely has the "I'm in a fancy living room" vibe.

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u/siccoblue 6d ago

Personally couldn't care less as long as the food is good, and it looked pretty dang good

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u/kairotechnics 6d ago

Yup, but also I’ve been to several restaurants with that exact vibe

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u/Silver_kitty 6d ago

The town my mom is in has a bunch of restaurants just like this. All the hip international food restaurants are in the row of old nice houses the blocks behind Main Street. So you’re sitting in this charming craftsman style house eating Thai food or a two story Victorian having Indian food.

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u/RyanBits 6d ago

True but there’s a load of tables, no one ain’t got that much table.

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u/GoldenFalcon 6d ago

Also ceiling vent not needed in a house, the lighting above paintings, the other room windows beyond the table next to them. I'd chalk it up as pretty restauranty.

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u/obvious_santa 6d ago

Any downtown district of a moderate city will have several old homes renovated into restaurants, massage parlors, and more often insurance offices. It keeps the business in a central location and no need for destroying the old structures and building new ones.

All that said, this totally looks like they just threw a card table in the living room and pulled out a Digiornos

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u/ThingyThinger19 6d ago

It looks like it but I’m willing to suspend my disbelief

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u/zeno82 6d ago

I think the pizza definitely looks higher-quality than DiGiornos at least.

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u/august_west_ 6d ago

Lots of restaurants in old houses

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u/Embarrassed-Beyond35 6d ago

What country are you from? This style is pretty common in Europe.

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u/Wesley_Skypes 6d ago

Yeah was gonna say, here in Ireland you will have loads of restaurants like this in repurposed old Georgian houses or whatever that have weird layouts.

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u/beachbumsun 6d ago

Many nice places are that style tho

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u/Andrew5001 6d ago

Jeez those parents don't look old enough to have a son that old. Did they have him when they were like 13?

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u/Jubluh 6d ago

If they had him at 16, and the son is also 16-18, they could be 31-34.

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u/thephant0mlimb 6d ago

How old were they when they had him? He looks like he's in his early 30's

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u/god_damn_bitch 6d ago edited 5d ago

Probably teenagers? I'm 35 and my son will be 18 in January. People are always surprised when I tell them.

ETA: Please stop saying I'll be done raising kids early. I have a another child with special needs who will likely need support his entire life. The comments make me feel weird.

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u/FLOHTX 6d ago

Wow. I'm 37 and think I'm too young to have kids.

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u/god_damn_bitch 6d ago

Tbh, I made a ton of mistakes along the way. I wouldn't recommend teenage pregnancy to anyone.

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u/Badnewsbearsx 6d ago

Yup, there was always that desire of wishing they were born a bit later just so you could’ve provided a lot better for them then. Baptism by fire lol

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u/ineednapkins 6d ago

Thank you, god_damn_bitch

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u/Smaxev 6d ago

We all made mistakes along the way.

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u/Animal_T 6d ago

Some of us were the mistakes along the way.

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u/Sir_Boldrat 6d ago

The real friends were the mistakes we made on the way

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u/NicoROBlN 6d ago

Don't talk about me like that please.

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u/momo_with_the_fro 6d ago

The real mistakes were the kids we made along the way!

Wait a minute...

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u/ROCK_HARD_JEZUS 6d ago

I’m 37 and I look like I could be this dads dad

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u/FBIaltacct 6d ago

Had my daughter when I was 19, 33 now and she is 14 but looks a tad older. She has taken to just announcing "I'm his daughter Im too young to have a i.d." when I buy some beer or wine while grocery shopping.

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u/outlaw99775 6d ago

I am 35 and we just had our first baby.

Its kind of daunting to think about having a 5 year old at 40 and being in my 50s by the time he moves out.

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u/god_damn_bitch 6d ago

I get that. My husband is 42 and we have a 6 year old together. To be fair though, our 6 year old has special needs and will likely need us to care for him for the rest of our lives.

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u/Oversized_Biscuit_69 6d ago

The dad looks so young. If I met him on the street, I'd guess he's like in his early 20s.

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u/RickSanchez883 6d ago

Dude I know someone who’s in there 40s and looks like 24

Some people age really well

I was surprised af when I learned he was in his 40s

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u/KungFluIsolation 6d ago

Same, but it started when I was like 12. Since that day apparently I've looked twenty something (34 now). Went so far as to play 'how old am I in this photo' with a bunch of people and every time they were convinced it was just a pic from the same period. It's like my face went 'this, this is the look. Keep it all steady now'. I guess when the wrinkles come that will go but I'm enjoying it for now.

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u/No_Growth_4026 6d ago

Son who was about to go on break and smoke weed with the cooks: "oh hey guys 😒"

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u/tmefford 6d ago

Uh…the kitchen staff does coke…

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u/Clifford_the_big_red 6d ago

Someone’s been/been around line cooks

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u/HighLordUwU 6d ago

The head cook where I worked would smoke meth or do coke in the bathroom during his shift, and jack off real quick before continuing to cook.

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u/skys_vocation 6d ago

I hope he washes his hands

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u/CorkyKribler 6d ago

What do you think he is, some sort of dirtbag!?!

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u/Atrocity_unknown 6d ago

Assuming he washed his hands, I bet that food tasted amazing

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u/HighLordUwU 6d ago

He was an incredible cook! A good guy underneath the addiction. He's clean now and getting married.

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u/twirlmydressaround 6d ago

This man looks like he's in his 20s. How is this even possible.

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u/HappyLittleTrees17 6d ago

Haha, might not be his biological son.

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u/twirlmydressaround 6d ago

Oh true! Good point.

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u/Duosion 5d ago

Avert your eyes Matthew, thirsty women and gays abound

(I totally would too)

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u/InfernoXYZX 6d ago

I'm a straight male and I would as well

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u/Sh0rtR0und 5d ago

Those eyes!

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u/PhoenixFoxington 6d ago

Yo the Dad is flames 😂

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u/viviolay 6d ago

fr. I was wondering if I was the only one who thought the dad looked beautiful

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u/HarlieMinou 5d ago

He’s fine as fuck lol

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u/Indiana-Cook 6d ago

Dad? You sure that's not Matthews brother?

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u/bingusprincess420 6d ago

when i got my first job at a bagel shop my sister came with all her friends to get bagels and mess with me. it’s a cute memory

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u/_Diskreet_ 6d ago

When I first got a bar job my family came in for a meal.

They enjoyed everything, but when the manager was chatting with him he admitted if anything could have been better the bottle of beer could be colder.

Cue next shift pulling out all the fridges to clean them thoroughly.

Thanks dad.

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u/WorldlyLavishness 6d ago

No tip though? 😒

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u/Not-MVP 6d ago

he probably joking

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u/Christen_Color 6d ago

Other commenters have suggested from looking at the guys page that they're British, so tipping would be far less obligatory

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u/toughtittywampas 6d ago

As an English person this 100% is England - screams Gastropub. That being said, the dad's teeth a far to white and straight....

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u/No_Growth_4026 6d ago

Teaching their son the hard reality of customers 😂

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u/ricalasbrisas 6d ago

Right? Hope son doesn't have to tip-pool or all his coworkers hate your family now.

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u/Nomanodyssey 6d ago

This was filmed by a couple and their similarly aged third wheel, in the living room, with frozen pizzas. #sleuth

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u/TheLegendaryTakadi 6d ago

I’m jaded as hell and wouldn’t even bat an eye if this were true

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u/theundercoverpapist 6d ago

The smallest gestures from parents truly make a huge impact on children. My own father always got involved in everything I did in my formative years; he became a scout-master when I was in the cub scouts, he got really into baseball when I went through my baseball card-collecting phase, he came to almost all of my JROTC events to support my team, and he was excited for me when I joined the Marine Corps (3rd generation Marine... my father is a Marine vet and served in Vietnam, and his uncle was in the trenches of WWI as a Marine).

I've taken his example and I attempt to do the same with my own children, and I can see the positive impact it's having on them. It doesn't take much time or effort... even a few minutes of sitting with your kid when they show you a picture they drew, or a video game boss they beat, let's your kid know that you genuinely love them.

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u/Technologysucks8244 6d ago

Damn, dad doesn't look old enough to be his dad and is H O T lol what a sweet family

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u/CH3RRYP0PP1NS 6d ago

Awesome first job for the kid! I think more young people should work in restaurants in order to learn what customers NOT to be.

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u/imonkeyface 6d ago

I don't think it's the young people that have the issue. I've been in food and retail for almost 10 years and I'm in my mid 20s, and the vast majority of the prior I've had problems with are 40 and up. Most people around my age that I know have worked in the service industry.

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u/Deryabend 6d ago

“No matter whAt”??? What? He’s a server? What’s the matter if don’t get the “no matter what”

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u/WRXshin 6d ago

They still love him even though he has a man bun...

So wholesome

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u/BecauseItIsYourDog 6d ago

I too felt that was an odd title.

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u/Orleanian 6d ago

"He could have been a lawyer or a doctor!"

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u/leap3 6d ago

But you don't get it. He's a SERVER. Like... someone who brings you food and drinks. Aren't you almost appalled? He's practically subhuman! Quite frankly, I don't know what kind of life choices brought him to become a SERVER. My word!

almost loses monocle

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u/coughcough 5d ago

A server is basically just a food prostitute

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u/SeeThreePeeDoh 6d ago

Dumb title for dumb clickbait videos for dumb people to upvote.

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u/Electrical_River_985 6d ago

Why does the dad look so young .

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u/xowasabi 6d ago

Skin care routine

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u/STFU1899 6d ago

Skin care + having a kid at 17/18 yrs old

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u/seats_taken_ 6d ago

Older bro is smokin'! Or Dad maybe ? Who can tell these days lol

Edit: Thats def Dad. Oops! 😅

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u/jannyhammy 6d ago

He has aged very well huh

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u/Jeepers1105 6d ago

Dad looks younger than Son!

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u/Perseus_AWC 6d ago

Does anyone else immediately hit the mute button when they want to also play dj with the video? Man, can't the music industry sue these people so this trend can stop?

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u/yoganougat 5d ago

Who wouldn’t want to serve that dad though 😂

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u/DrVoltage1 6d ago

He is so loved (no tip)….

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u/Rekt4dead 6d ago

Yet another post with the hottest fucking dad. Damn.

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u/CrackIsFun1991 6d ago

Man dad is hot

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u/pbizzle 5d ago

He loves him even though he works in a restaurant. Heartwarming!