- A man recently headed online and shared a clip of a dad repeatedly waking his baby as he fell asleep in his arms
- The cute clip received man reactions from internet users who couldn't believe the dad kept waking the poor little one
- One lady went as far as to comparing dads to pandemics and quite a few people agreed with that statement
Most parents savour the moment when their little ones finally dose off to sleep after being busy all day. One internet dad, however, does not seem to savour it at all as he went out of his way to keep his little one awake.
In a clip that was posted by a dude with the Twitter handle, @Mani_Ndibu, a dad can be seen shouting something every time his little boy starts to close his eyes, and each time the little one wakes up surprised by the sudden loud sound.
"Me as a dad," Mani captioned the adorable yet slightly heartbreaking Twitter post.
Soon locals were sharing their thoughts about it in the comment section about how mischievous dads can sometimes be. Read a few of their comments below:
"Sies maan, I hate this video."
"This video finished me when it came out, funny but not funny."
"Haha ha, such a nonsense kind of father ...Torture for the who? For what? Poor baby."
"The baby needs to see this at 21."
"Poor baby! But why do you guys like to torment your own sometimes? We know it’s all love though."
"Dads are another pandemic."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, a young Ghanaian father, Anthony Evidence Mensah, has advised his colleagues to sometimes give their children free will as he proudly goes shopping with his son. Sharing his recent experience with his son who he went shopping with, Evidence Mensah, discovered his son lacks restraint when allowed to do what he wants.
Despite his son's lack of restraint, he discovered that the little angel is all he needs. ''So, I took chairman to Shoprite just to buy something. He went for the trolley basket immediately we entered - he didn't even do any meeting with me to know my budget or even the exact thing we went to buy.
"He then started from cornflakes, Milo, milk, etc, and the funny thing is that he didn't want me to push the trolley or come closer because he thinks I will reject some of the things. Just imagine me, my own money,'' Mensah recounted.
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