If you’ve ever watched Jerry Springer or Ricki Lake you’ve probably heard of the concept of getting paternity tests to make sure that the baby daddy is actually, well, the baby daddy.
Sometimes there isn’t a question and it’s as clear as day, but sometimes, the kid just doesn’t look like the dad. Still, we would give the kid’s face a couple of days to form before asking for that sort of test, but that’s just us.
I Do Declare
Dads are known for trying to find the humor in every situation, often telling cringy, inappropriate jokes. It seems that being a dad came naturally to this guy, who decided to add a little speech when he cut the umbilical cord.
But, let's face it, this dad nailed it, the joke is funny and if the doctors decided to steal it to get some laughs out of nervous parents, we wouldn't hold it against them.
We did not know that being hypnotized can help against passing out because your wife is in labor, but you learn something new every day, right? We do have to wonder if you pass out five times, is it considered a chronic condition?
We get feeling a little queasy when your first child is about to enter this world, but by the fifth time, we would have expected this father to be an expert.
Drowning His Sorrows
The stereotype is that a man's world is made up of watching sports and drinking beer. While this isn't true of all men, it seems like the case with this new dad, who somehow thought it was acceptable to compare the miracle of birth to a pub burning down.
Honestly, if the mom decided to divorce him over this comment, we wouldn't blame her. This is one of these cases where it would have been best for everyone if the father just waited outside.
All's Well That Ends Well
In this case, the shocked dad turned out to be a hero, delivering his wife in a matter of minutes, without any help. If the doctors can't explain what happened, and they felt compelled to send cookies for a whole year, it means something truly peculiar and special was going on there.
But, all's well that ends well, this father is so proud of the kid's fantastic delivery story.