I just read an article about a dad who had to be a parent for a day.
It was supposed to be funny but it only made me wonder: why do people think it’s adorable and heartwarming to read or watch a video clip of father trying to “fill in” and be a parent?
Like what is so endearing about a society that has held the bar so low for men that when fathers actually try (for a day or long enough for a video or pic) to be a parent, it’s like “oh my god, this is so adorable!”?
Even in commercials, we excuse their inability to parent. Anytime you see a pair of parents, there goes the dad, “Uh-hyuk, oh geez, I dunno honey. I no good at nuthin.”
I mean, what’s the point of having kids with someone who isn’t willing to rise to the occasion on a daily basis and put in the work needed to raise a child?
ok but at the start, they seriously told us with visuals who would pilot the lions, other than their designated pilots………………….
pidge and hunk are the only ones for green and yellow….
we don’t see a mini blue lion or learn anything about what it looks for in a paladin because lance interrupts, but we only get shots of allura and lance while the blue lion is being discussed….. allura goes on to pilot blue.
the red lion is in between keith and lance…. lance pilots red at the current time. this makes the shot of the black lion and who is shown with it very intriguing….
shiro is there, of course… then keith, his head completely in the frame. he’s now piloting black.then — barely there but there, nonetheless — there’s lance.