Google Dads- the hottest new social network?
A social network just for dads would be awesome (if only it existed).
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Ever think to yourself that what the internet lacks is a social network exclusively for dads? (It’s fine if you answer “no” to that, it just means you’re not ready to deal with all of the awesomeness that would come out of such an environment).

Well, according to Huffington Post, comedy collective Humordy has created an impression of just what such a social medium would look like: Google dads.

Here, you learn how to stick all the junk you never get around to doing on the “Dad Pile” and you can even shoot the breeze with random, anonymous dads across the globe with “Dadroulette”. There's a particular example in the video involving the description of poop which most dads would relate to...

Although it’s a spoof (rats!) I can understand how much fun it would be. After all, I have been involved in parenting blogs, websites and social media accounts for over a decade. Despite the mommy bloggers being friendly, there has always been a different vibe with the dad bloggers.

Then again, perhaps we all need to stick together to keep each other sane, moms and dads.

Check it out:

Google Dads- Social Media Just for Dads via Humordy/YouTube



What do you think?

Should moms and dads have separate spaces to connect online?

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