A 16-year-old girl who goes by “Elainey” on Twitter posted this video message sent to her by her father while she was enjoying a trip with friends to South Padre Island, down on the southern tip of Texas. He starts out nice enough, telling her that he “saw the little chasing the crab deal,” presumably on Facebook, and that it “looks like fun.”
But then dear old dad gets down to business.
“When you get home, I’d like to talk to you about this,” he says, procuring a mostly empty bottle of Fireball whiskey, “I don’t know if it’s something that fell out of a sock, because it was in your sock drawer.” He then gets cute, telling her about a news report he heard about people breaking into houses and leaving whiskey bottles and, if that’s the case, then they need to contact the police. (Uh, best criminal ever?)
On one hand, props to dad for creative parenting, and obviously keeping it cool in the face of finding a bottle of Fireball in your kid’s sock drawer. On the other hand, what the hell is a grown ass man doing rooting around in his 16-year-old daughter’s sock drawer in the first place? It’s like he doesn’t even trust his own kid, SMH.
(Via Daily Mail)