"My daughter got me a Worlds Best Dad mug. So we know shes sarcastic."

- Stewart Francis


When Brooke Hawley-Basso collected her daughter from daycare recently, she was in for a big surprise



Her husband Jeremy, who had dressed her that morning, had sent her out without a shirt on!

Now, mothers everywhere have gathered together to celebrate their husband's, shall we say, quirks? Below are 20 of the best Dad Fails. Enjoy!

1/20. This Is How Dad Solved The Problem

2/20. My 1 Year Old Son Ended Up Looking Like Ace Ventura

3/20. Her Father Dressed Her. I'll Leave It At That

4/20. They Were Going Out For A Walk...

5/20. Suns Out Guns Out


More dad fails on the next page!

6/20. My Husband Brought Her To My Work Thinking Her Tights Were Pants

7/20. I Asked My Partner Once To Change The Baby's Nappy

8/20. This Is How My Boyfriend Dressed Our Daughter One Day

9/20. Not Easy To Put Something In Her Chest Pocket.

10/20. Dad Dressed Her For The Pool

11/20. My Hubby Tried Traditional Dress For 6 Months Old Size To Our 1 Month Old Baby.

12/20. Mittens for socks are the new thing in Europe!

13/20. Daddy Forgot To Pull Up His Pants...

14/20. A Day With My Daddy, Someone Call Fashion Police Asap!

15/20. The look on his face says it all

16/20. He Went To Day Care Like This


More dad fails on the next page!

17/20. I Woke My Son Up From A Nap To Find Both Legs Through One Of The Leg Holes In His Shorts

18/20. "Well" Said He. "She Wanted A Dress After I Had Dressed Her."

19/20. Wonder Woman Teething In Prospect Park.

20/20. Something's not quite right here...

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