“What you don’t understand is her tiddies were mine before YOU got here”
He’s letting the kid know he’s about to go to the store
always talk to your baby like they’re a person, i develops good social skills when they can talk and understand words. Talking like a baby to them has a chance of making them socially awkward or overly shy.
@Z0IDBERG, npcs in Pokémon be like
Not a lip reader, but my guess is “Regulate” by Warren G and Nate Dogg
@AndySoshal, Honestly? A great song for a father to share with his son.
@AndySoshal, glad I wasnt the only one who thought he was either freestyling or rapping to his kid which is dope af. I love good parents. Not parents that teach their kids that it's okay to listen to country.
"You see, son: I love you, like you will never know, and I will ALWAYS be in your corner. Anything you need, I will be there for you."
@Jdrawer, 2 months later......well that was a fvckin lie
“You see here my little ni🅱️🅱️a, my daddy ran out on me when I was your age, and his daddy before him. And now, it is time for me to do the same to you. It’s just the natural order for us ni🅱️🅱️as. And one day, after to cum inside sum bitch, you’ll do it to your own little ni🅱️🅱️a”
I’m assuming he’s singing. I don’t have children, but I do have cats and I sing to them constantly.
My ass is hot pops! - little boy
“I am not yo father”
He’s explaining why he’s not coming back from the store.
Having kids - yes you do this. No they don't undersrand the words. You just hope they understand the tone
He’s dropping a fire verse