Dad claps back at commenters after photo of teenage daughters going homecoming goes viral

A Florida father was “utterly shocked” after a photo of his girls going homecoming turned into a viral second.

Matt Austin, a reporter in Orlando, shared a photo of him with his two young girls on Facebook last month before they left for their homecoming high school.

tvguidetime.com

“My girls look amazing on homecoming night. To be honest they’re a lot prettier on the inside,” he captioned the shot.

Austin’s post garnered more than 1,000 comments, including many from customers who pounced on the author for endorsing his little girls’ dresses.

“Sorry my girls have never been able to leave the house to shop,” read one comment, while another read: “So miserable that the guards think it’s okay, the young women with whatever.” Austin decided on a TikTok movie given the failure he was getting, exclaiming, “Karens works out in high school girl homecoming dresses.”

“It was a total shock – to me the outfits were not in doubt,” Austin told Today Guardians.

“I thought, ‘What makes a terrible dress?’ and ‘Why are individuals monitoring me?’ And ‘For what reason is it okay to discuss someone’s children like that?’ Austin kicked off his TikTok, letting viewers know he “turned my train of thought into a harmless post about my girls looking great for homecoming,” before sharing some of the basic comments he got.

@flnewsman A father reacts to Karens targeting teenage daughters’ homecoming dresses. #fashiontiktok #parentsoftiktok – #fypシ #hoco ♬ original sound – mattja83

“The only thing that has always bothered me as a father of young ladies is statements from individuals like, ‘Actually, these young ladies have to dress in a way that they don’t keep the young men busy,'” he said. “Or, on the other hand, much more terrible: ‘They dress as they ask.’ ”

“We should get something very clear at this point. Girls need to make sure their child is engaged in school.

Also, she’s not responsible for dressing scary enough so your kid doesn’t attack her,” he added. “You mustn’t uninhibitedly raise a dissenter.” Realizing that the clothes “could possibly not have been the outfits I would have chosen for my little girls to wear out of the house,” the father urged that he ” Snuggies every minute of every day.

Still, he added, “If I start dictating what my little girls wear, I’m going to show them three things: A, they’re going to start loathing me for unpredictable standards, B, they’re going to start deceiving me, or C , maybe worse that it’s acceptable for a man to tell them what to wear since they look excessively good,” Austin added.

“Yet do you realize what could really frustrate me? In case my young ladies grow up to be the kind of adults who go about Internet-based entertainment and disparage a high school student’s appearance on her father’s Facebook page,” he joked. “Now that’s what I call a junkie.”

Some customers praised Austin in his reaction video’s comments, with many agreeing with the commenter on his position. “Indeed! I’ve raised three girls and I feel the same.

You are NOT liable for a man’s considerations,” one client thought, while another replied, “That! I wish everyone could have that mentality.”

https://www.tvguidetime.com/people/dad-claps-back-at-commenters-after-photo-of-teenage-daughters-going-to-homecoming-goes-viral-471699.html Dad claps back at commenters after photo of teenage daughters going homecoming goes viral

Adam Bradshaw

TheHitc is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – admin@thehitc.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button