Son Asked Father Not To Wave At Him In Front Of School Bus, And This Is What He Got.
Parents will stop at nothing to teach their children a lesson. No matter what they do, it seems like parents have eyes in the back and four sets of ears. They know you're going to mess up even before you do. Just ask 16-year old Rain Price, who was really mortified of his father, Dale Price, waving at him every morning when he got on the school bus. But Mr. Price isn't one to be messed with, and he quickly figured out a way to teach the teenager a valuable lesson.
When Rain Price asked his mom, Rochelle, to stop his father from waving at him at the bus stop, all hell broke loose.
Parents will jump at the chance to have a battle of the wits with their smartass kids. And you know there can only be one winner. As soon as Mr. Price realized that his kid had "a problem" with him waving at him at the bus stop, he figured out a way to poke fun at his teenager's son request. And boy, he wasn't playing!
He figured a little humiliation never hurts, so Mr. Price decided to don a different costume every day.
Adding more fuel to the proverbial fire will teach his snarky teenage son that, well, it can always get worse! How worse? Well if your dad saying goodbye in the morning makes you feel embarrassed, wait until you see him in a leprechaun costume.
Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime. Have a little laugh at the expense of your bratty teenage son, and he'll forever learn a lesson.
Mr. Price had no problems showing off his figure, even in the most ridiculous getups he could find. It almost seemed like he was purposely looking for the most outrageous costumes he could get a hold of. And boy, if this little mermaid fitting outfit, complete with a shell bra didn't do it, I don't know what will!
But that "Little Mermaid" costume was nothing compared to what was coming next.
Dad wasn't about to let his son get used to his silly costumes, so he upped the game by donning the most humiliating thing he could come up with. Mr. Price, who by now seriously deserves the "Dad of the year award," sat down in front of his house on a portable loo, jeans around his ankles, while reading a newspaper. He finished off the look with a massive grin on his face. His kid probably went from regular teen to "that kid with the dad who goes number two on the front porch."
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