Calling all fathers: This Craigslist post in need of a ‘BBQ Dad’ is looking for you
June 4, 2017 - bbq set
Do we suffer grilling? Do we suffer drinking? Do we suffer unresolved out with organisation most younger than yourself, creation trite jokes, regulating endearing nicknames and generally behaving like a stereotypical father?
Then, behold, for if we live in Washington state, a event of a lifetime is nearby. A organisation of 20-something Spokane, Washington organisation is looking for someone with paternal, barbecuing and celebration knowledge to offer as “BBQ Dad” for an arriving party, according to a Craigslist listing that has generated general attention.
The title spells it out simply: “NEEDED: Generic Father for Backyard BBQ.”
The griddle is set for 4 p.m.-8 p.m. Jun 17, and a propitious prime male who gets a position is invited to stay for a generation of a party.
“We can’t compensate we in money, BUT we can give we all a food and cold drink your heart desires,” a inventory reads. “Grill for a few hours, afterwards lay behind and moment open a few cold ones with a boys.”
Job duties include:
▪ Grilling hamburgers and prohibited dogs
▪ Bringing a griddle (subject to change; beef provided)
▪ Referring to attendees as “Big Guy,” “Sport” and identical nicknames
▪ Talking about “dad things” (funny anecdotes encouraged)
▪ Drinking beer
Special care will be given to field named Bill, Randy and Dave, a inventory says.
The ad has drawn courtesy from a Associated Press, a Daily Mail and other Washington state media outlets. One of a people behind it, Dane Anderson, told internal TV hire KHQ that they’ve already listened from several impending dads, including one named Jerry who “said we can call him Dave or Bill,” Anderson said.