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Let me repeat this again, for those that didn’t hear me in the back! Black fathers ain’t shit! Right? Right! But guess what? White fathers ain’t shit either! Neither are the Latinos, or the Asians, or the god damn Native Americans! (I mean, y’all just gonna let them take this land from you? You just gonna let them take your daughter!?)
If you’re not prone to sarcasm, then you’re staring at this post mad as hell.
Shoot, you were made when you clicked this post, right? But that’s a good thing! Because if you were mad when you clicked this post, that means you disagree and that means you have a great father! You see, word around town is that BLACK fathers ain’t shit. But the reality is, it’s not just Black fathers! If your father ain’t shit, he ain’t shit! It’s not because of his race, it’s because he hasn’t figured out his real priorities yet. Or maybe he’s a drug addict and he hasn’t figured out how to ask for help yet. Whatever it is, it has absolutely, positively nothing to do with his race.
So how about we stop saying Black fathers ain’t shit, when in reality, what you mean to say is, my father (or my baby’s father) ain’t got his god damn priorities together, which is holding him back from being a great father.
I mean, today is Father’s Day and instead of celebrating the fathers that are doing great and raising their kids wonderfully, we focus on the “ain’t shit” fathers. Whether it’s our own, or our child’s.
We’ve been forced to always think about the negative, that we tend to forget the positive.
So this Father’s Day, as Editor-in-Chief of Vicious Quipster, I’d like for you to stop for a moment, and think about the good in your “ain’t shit” father. Whether it’s the fact that he sent you (or your child) a card for your (his/her) birthday and it made you (him/her) laugh. Or that time he took you somewhere and you had a blast. Think about the good things, instead of the bad.
And if that doesn’t work, go get you two copies of Kevin Hart’s new book “I Can’t Make This Up”.
And if that doesn’t work, go get you two copies of Kevin Hart’s new book, I Can’t Make This Up. One for you to read, so you can see that you’re not the only one dealing with an “ain’t shit” father. And that even though you don’t have the kind of relationship with your father you would like to have, that doesn’t mean you can’t still be a great person.
Because let’s face it, Kevin Hart’s father wasn’t shit! But look how great he turned out.
The other copy is for the “ain’t shit” father, so he can read it and realize that, although he hasn’t done so great in the past, there’s still time to change. (He’ll also realize that he’s not the only one that’s “not shit” like you keep trying to make him believe. He may or may not even realize what he’s doing wrong and what he needs to change.)
Have a wonderful Father’s Day you guys.
Make sure you share this post (using the buttons below) and send it to your “ain’t shit” father so he can take the hint. (I sure as hell will.)