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All parents will relate to this dad who live-tweeted 'Finding Dory'

Here's a tip: The next time someone drags you to a movie you don't want to see, live-tweet it.  Gerry McBride, a dad and comedian from the Dublin, Ireland, chose the live-tweet coping method when he took his 3-year-old son to see Finding Dory, and it was pretty hilarious. SEE ALSO: Father of the bride pulls the most dad prank ever during his speech Even though McBride posted the tweets after he got home from the movie, all of us reading on Twitter felt like we were in the theater with him.
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