Get Ready For A 40 Year Old Tantrum As A Father Lip Syncs To His 6yr Old Daughter's Hysterics.

Sometimes parenting is difficult, very difficult and it takes a great paterfamilias to dismiss the well-used road of anger and instead take the lesser traveled road of humor to tackle a difficult situation that has completely worn you down, such is the case with this awesome dad.

To combat their 6 year old daughter freaking out and throwing a tantrum for an hour and refusing to come out of her room, the dad steps up to try and add some humor to the situation by pretending he’s the one having the epic fit by some pretty deft lip-synching, managing to lighten the mood and make sure everyone keeps their sanity and doesn’t end up having a mass row and ruining everything ever.

The results are definitely worthy of a family Kodak moment.

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Background on the story from the mom:
"My 6 year old daughter had been in her room wigging out for about an hour, and there was no talking her down. I was getting fed up, so my husband decided to lighten the mood. For the record, she's not typically a beast child - she's actually a pretty awesome little kid who was having a rough day.


To answer questions that have been asked over and over in the comments:
1. She was angry because she was tired and hungry and didn't like what I'd made for supper and thought she'd prefer McDonald's.
2. She was screaming "Listen to me!" because she took my refusal to take her up on the McDonald's idea as a failure to listen rather than a refusal to respond.
3. At no point in this video were we laughing at *her*. We were laughing at the antics of my husband.
4. The minute I turned my camera off, I went back into her room, (which I had been in and out of many times in the last hour - she was NOT left to scream by herself for an hour straight), showed her the video, explained we were laughing at Dad, and the tantrum stopped instantly due to the fact that she was laughing so hard.
5. This was filmed in early July. There hasn't been a tantrum of this magnitude in our house since. "