By Brad Getty
He listened to vinyl earlier than you probably did. He drank whiskey sooner than you probably did. He had a mustache earlier than you probably did. Admit it: your dad used to be a hipster prior to you have been! in response to the web publication phenomenon of an analogous identify, this booklet celebrates dads because the unique hipsters. classic photographs of actual dads again within the day—in their brief shorts and tight tees taking part in arcade games—accompany snarky captions that right away tip a cap to Dad's glory days and poke enjoyable at sleek hipsters. that includes lots of never-before-seen content material, this is often the best present for dads, hipsters, and those that like to tease them!
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