Is There Room for Another Dad Who Knows How to Do Stuff?

Rob Kenney’s father left him and his seven siblings when he was fourteen years old, and the youngest had to fend for themselves. He wished that he had someone who could teach him the basics—how to tie a tie, jump-start a car, unclog a drain, use tools properly—as well as succeed in life. But he … Continue reading Is There Room for Another Dad Who Knows How to Do Stuff?

And the Winner for Best (Worst) Puns and One Liners Is… Eye Roll Please…

Dad. The Wall Street Journal had a story today about the science of Dad jokes, loosely defined as plays on words or corny one-liners delivered to offspring, often greeted with a chorus of groans. The article explores whether there is something in dads’ biology that makes them slip into cheesy comedy once they have children. One … Continue reading And the Winner for Best (Worst) Puns and One Liners Is… Eye Roll Please…