Did you decide to get a computer for your at-home personal use? Maybe you want to check the stocks at home, get some news headlines, and maybe – but probably not – have a little fun with your family on the internet?
But whoa! Don’t just dive right in and try it yourself. The Internet is a crazy place full of bits and bytes, and you need to know how to call them up, or you’ll be lost. We’ve pulled together some helpful videos for you to watch with your family to get you ready for your own home computer.
Inevitably, brands hone in on men come Super Bowl time. Fathers have always found their way into the commercials, but the imagery is evolving. Some brands are banking on the image of emotional, loving fathers in their ads to boost their brands. Are we finally admitting that it’s good to be an emotional, loving, caring father? I hope so.
Three brands in particular are investing heavily in dads leading up to The Big Game: Toyota, Nissan and Dove Men+Care. Their father-centric commercials are wonderful reminders that fathers matter and are worth the hefty pricetag for a Super Bowl spot.
Most dads love playing with their kids’ toys – especially their musical instruments. Whether dad’s making music with his kids, on his kids, or just with their toys, there are a ton of totally adorbz and LOL-worthy videos out there to enjoy.
Most recently, custom guitar maker Frank Pasquale posted a video of he and a friend doing some Slayer on First Act instruments:
And the world of pink instruments will never be the same.
If your spouse pranked you and had you thinking that they’d just accidentally killed your son, what would you do?
YouTube prankster Roman Atwood did, and now he’ll be sleeping on the couch.
Atwood pretended to throw his son over a second-floor railing in their Los Angeles, California home. The wife freaks out, cries, runs downstairs and discovers the prank after ripping the mask off of the dummy thought to be her son…
Good times at Fire Base Charmin.
At first, you might be turned off by the sheer swaggitude of the two young dads in Eitan Loewenstein’s “BroDads” video. But that’s just because you hate the player and not the game, and you know it true, boo.