Real Life Phil Dunphy Steals The Show At Chicago White Sox Loss

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04.08.13 5 Comments

I swear I’ve seen this video of an overzealous Seattle Mariners fan breaking it down with his young daughters in an empty stadium before, but I think that my mind may have just finally boiled over from spending way too much time on YouTube over the last 10 years. Either way, this real life Phil Dunphy and his two daughters were among the only people who stuck around to watch the Seattle Mariners pull off an 8-7 win over the Chicago White Sox in 10 innings at U.S. Cellular Field on Friday night.

And because it was Friday, they just wanted to DANCE… DANCE… DANCE.

Needless to say, the video went viral over the weekend because people love watching parents dance around like big ol’ goofballs with their young kids. And because this guy put on a display for the ages, some people have already dubbed him Dad of the Year. But don’t worry, because YouTube user Kalanpaska69 sees right through this pathetic act:

Just because he is dancing, he is suddenly the best dad in the world and a good parent? He and his kids may seem happy there, but you don’t even know, he might beat his kids at home or something like that. Just saying.

In fact, let’s go ahead and get child protective services in on Mariners dad ASAP. Guilty before proven innocent, that’s what me and the Internet always say.

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