American dads: “Love you, honey!” British dads: “I’ve just shagged your mum.”
These are few pictures which shows the difference between the parents in America and and Parents in the Britain.
American parents on holiday:
My mom and dad are on vacation in Mexico and they are my future goals. Love you both 💕 pic.twitter.com/5BjjXdTpTK
— Keagan (@k3agzzz) July 6, 2016
This girl really adores her parents.
British parents on holiday:
Both Child and dog wants to get over of the lady.
New moms in America:
— Brooke Pryor (@bepryor) May 14, 2017
A Mother’s Day collected wisdom from Andrea Gasso on coaching softball, being a new mom and balancing the two..
New mums in Britain:
Now that was terrible!
Sports-themed baby names in America:
— Good Morning America (@GMA) February 6, 2017
He is die hard fan of Football.
Sports-themed baby names in Britain:
Love for the Arsenal.
Parents hanging out with your friends in America:
— gabi g (@princess___GiGi) November 26, 2015
Twinning is new thing..!
Parents hanging out with your friends in Britain:
Sister just sent me this photo? That's ma best mate and ma maw😂 wtf pic.twitter.com/CwroPFH1OY
— StevenGray (@Stevengray1234) July 26, 2015
What the f**k..
Dads reacting to emergencies in America:
Dad saves son from flying bat.
Dads reacting to emergencies in Britain:
Overprotecting dads, you know..
Why parents argue in America:
Woooh. Competition between Ford and Mercedes.
Why parents argue in Britain:
Fun family activities in America:
— c (@Carmen_reed24) July 5, 2014
Happy Independence day to Ohio…
Fun family activities in Britain:
His mom is Hilarious.
Home cooking in America:
My mom is legit the best cook❤ coffee cake 😍 pic.twitter.com/iHyqQnnyKP
— Kheart. (@misskayheart) February 5, 2017
And Best cooking award goes to mommy!
Home “cooking” in Britain:
And here in Britain, Gordon Ramsay got a fan.