A father is always the first hero for their daughter, and daughter-father love is the best thing in this world.
This father proves, how much he loves his daughter and can bear all the problems for her.
Recently, A dad who live-tweeted his experience chaperoning a school trip promised his followers there would be “scenes”, and the day certainly lived up to his worst expectations.
The name of the father is Simon Smith and he live-tweeted the whole trip in more than 100 tweets including what all he went through on this trip, from bearing the awful smells to being called “Bruv” by a boy and dealing with some really annoying questions! His tweets soon went viral and his memorable trip became the source of entertainment for many.
Simon Smith, who goes by the Twitter handle @simonfromharlow, volunteered to help take his daughter’s 60 classmates to the Science Museum. He was tasked with looking after seven of the Year 5 pupils and he optimistically brought a book along for the trip, but of course, he never got to open it.
Here is the not-so-happy dad who volunteered for the school trip and we suppose that he won’t be doing that ever again. However, he did find time to send more than 100 tweets documenting how excruciatingly painful he found the day.
Here are some of the highlights:
Meet Simon Smith, a father who volunteered to help out on his daughter’s school trip
It started off as an innocent event
But things quickly began getting out of hand
All the children were asked to go to the toilet before they set off but…
Then the real nightmare began
Even Simon’s own daughter was against him
If that wasn’t enough, someone started getting sick
But the children’s curiosity quickly proved to be the most annoying thing on the trip so far
After they arrived at the museum, hope was nowhere in sight
There Are 100+ Tweets, You Can Go On His Twitter Account To Read All Tweets And Enjoy His Witty Side.