If you’re lucky enough to have a good dad, enjoy and appreciate him, and wish him a happy Father’s Day, not just from yourself, but also from your weird friend on the Internet who wrote this.
If you’re someone who had a good dad and lost ‘em, take time to remember, appreciate and enjoy the memories of the guy he was.
If you are a dad, be a good dad, and thank you for doing so.
If you or other folks think you’ve been slacking off in the dad department, please work on that some.
Us kids aren’t going to wait around forever while you try to figure out how to be a dad.
If you’re having a hard time being a good dad or a dad at all (either with currently existing kids or without ‘em) and you truly want to be one, keep at it.
If you’re not a dad and aren’t what we’d call traditionally in line for the job, but you see an opportunity to fill that void in someone’s life without being a pompous ass, fill it, fill it admirably, and thank you for doing so.
If you got kinda robbed in the dad department for whatever reason, take a minute to think about the folks in your lives who’ve filled the “dad” role admirably, no matter who they are (mom, uncle, aunt, sibling, grandparent, teacher, boss, friend, random asshole in bar, whoever), and if you have the opportunity to do so, thank them and wish them a happy Father’s Day. If they look at you weird, tell them not to be so fucking 20th century, and then wish ‘em a happy Father’s Day again.