Category Archives: Yutes

You know, from “My Cousin Vinny.”

The Divorced Dad’s Clarification on Passive-Aggressive Behavior

Please be assured, kind reader, that my children are unaware of the existence of this blog. To the best of my knowledge. Continue reading

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The Divorced Dad’s Guide to Your Children Forgetting Your Birthday

Without getting angry, the Divorced Dad will explain the three meanings of “I’m sorry.” Continue reading

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11 Reasons Why Richard and Emily are the Real Stars of “Gilmore Girls”

When you are the dad of girls, you do things you had not planned on doing. For instance, when Thing 2 was in middle school, she and I bonded over “Gilmore Girls.” We never finished watching the series, but when … Continue reading

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My Declaration of Independence from the Word “Your”

I might just want a goddamned V-8 instead of the same fucking orange juice you place in front of my cakehole every morning like I’m some kind of eating, pissing, and shitting robot. Continue reading

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The Divorced Dad’s Guide to Sleepovers

No, we are not talking about when your 10-year old invites 12 of his friends from school to sleep on your living room floor after demolishing half of the first floor with boy stickiness and slime. Continue reading

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Who is Allowed to Marry My Daughter, Based on Baseball Hat Fashion

No. Seriously? The whole reason baseball hats were invented was to keep the sun out of ballplayers’ eyes. This knucklehead does not have a practical bone in his body. What do you think he is going to do if the … Continue reading

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The 12 Days of Christmas for Single, Divorced Dads

On the First Day of Christmas, you will ask your twentysomething children to take an active role in planning to visit their grandparents 100 miles away in the next state. You give them a three-day window. You actually entertain high … Continue reading

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