Jim Gaffigan is the best dad in the world. Clearly. Which is why you should probably buy his book for Father's Day and teach your pater familias a thing or two about good parenting.
Watch the video above where Gaffigan teaches his five children the value of hard work and a single French fry. Then go buy his book... so those kids can eat.
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"I bought this a few hours ago."
DVD Collection Of Old Westerns
"I know you like these, but I'm not watching them with you."
iTunes Gift Card
"You gave this to me last Christmas."
Gold Toe Socks
"When are you retiring?"
A John Grisham Book
"I just assumed all dads like John Grisham books."
"Mom said you needed one of these."
"Want to put my new desk together for me?"
A Netflix Account
"I want to watch Netflix when I come home to visit."
"I really hope you can figure out how to use this thing on your own."
"Want to make burgers for dinner tonight?"
Bottle Of Scotch
"Sorry about raiding your liquor cabinet in high school."
A New Watch
"People your age are the only ones who still wear these things."
"You've been using the same cologne for 20 years. Here's to another 20!"
"I don't want to know how you use this."
"It's time for you to embrace your old age."