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Dad Still Doesn't Recognize Family Dog Even Though He Owned It For 10 Years

By Mustafa Gatollari

As a father myself I can confirm that dads often times live in their own worlds. It's something I pretty much always knew as a kid - I'd be talking to my father while we were driving in the car and I realized he had stopped listening to me about 15 minutes ago.

Maybe his mind was preoccupied worrying about bills, or if he should just leave us and start a new life somewhere on a ranch in Guatemala, or maybe he was thinking about what he was going to have for lunch. Whatever was on his mind, he couldn't be bothered to know the actual name of the video game we asked him for, or know that there's a big difference between a Sega Genesis and an NES.

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