The problem with literature is that it often reads like the person writing it didn’t even care about their lawn. Great books are great and all, but great books with a father’s perspective are even better — or, at least, easier for you to sell your kid on. Maybe that’s why, when Barnes & Noble asked Twitter last week for updated, more realistic titles under the hashtag #DadBooks, everyone ran with it. Although Father’s Day is over, the following fake titles are a great reminder that dads on Twitter should be celebrated year round.
Lord Of The Teething Rings