You’ve got to love those dads who are seriously into their technology.
Whether it’s playing around on computer devices or tinkering with cool gadgets, some dads are first-rate techies who know exactly how these things work, and what to do when they’re busted.
But then you get those unlucky fathers who should just stay away from technology altogether.
Take drones, for example: many clueless fathers have fallen foul of drone crashes, misbehaving drones, and repairs gone wrong.
Check out this video of a dozy dad getting first-hand experience of what happens when you fail to pilot a drone properly:
Ouch, right in the kisser!
And speaking of kissers, this couple’s big day was almost ruined when this wedding photographer’s quadcopter went rogue on the groom:
At least the quadcopter didn’t aim for below the groom’s belt, or else he might never have kids.
This whole compilation shows how spectacularly bad it gets for dads, and other dudes, when drone piloting goes awry:
If your old man thinks he can fix anything, show him these videos. If he’s already had a drone mishap, you might want to save him further embarrassment with the repair job.
Father’s Day is here this Sunday, June 17, so why not show him your love and appreciation by sending that injured drone to the specialists at weFix?
Simply drop it off at your nearest branch and their expert technicians will make sure that your device gets back to tip-top shape.
Plus, it’ll save your old man from getting his hands dirty, and embarrassing himself if all doesn’t go according to plan.
Click here to find out more how you can simplify your dad’s drone repair despair.
A happy dad = a happy life.
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