It's pronounced Dad, the "dumb" is silent. Comedians Kevin Laferriere and Evan Kyle Berger are just a couple of dads trying to have a little fun along the way. We believe the only way to erase the stigma that Dumb Dads get painted with is to parent harder, not dumber.
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Visit California, Wash Your Hands - Mailbag Episode!
It's a Mailbag. The Dummies read stories sent in by you! There's a kiddo sent to school in wet fancy pants, a mom who sleeps through a crisis and a whole family with a bathroom situation. Send in yours to email@example.com
Evan Berger, Prom King
Both dummies survive their parent teacher conference. And Evan manages to not get injured at a Parent vs kid's soccer game, while Kevin takes his kids on a very long walk - 4 intersections!
You Can't Trust the Post Office
This episode, both of the Dummies are very wrapped up in the world of youth sports. Evan tries to get in the game, with a water bottle pass gone wrong. Meanwhile Kevin's kid is pretending to be a rock, mid-soccer scrimmage. Also, Kevin lets his kid see his frustration while navigating the minutiae of U.S. Postal Service.
Happy Face, Dying Inside
Another podcast, still dumb. Kevin fails at making his dentist laugh and Evan leave too many dishes in the sink. Meanwhile, Evan worries that forgetting his bank pin (which is NOT his birthday BTW) is a sign of aging and Kevin almost ruins the school fundraiser.
It's a Gourd, Kevin!
Evan escapes to Vegas for his yearly abandoning of his family and doesn't even bring them home a keychain. Meanwhile Kevin allows his daughter to create Art on rotten gourd. A fight breaks out at the pumpkin patch and Evan goes to The Sphere where thankfully a robot fight did not.
Kevin gets Invisalign (NOT a sponsor, but who's asking?), while Evan is surprised by some elementary school bullying, of his kid...this time. Meanwhile Kevin takes time to doom scroll when he's supposed to make dinner and Evan forgets his kids...again.
Love these guys!
They make me laugh! My kids are grown, but listening to your stories brings back so many good memories. One of you guys mentioned that someone said “wait till they’re teenagers.“ My sister is 13 years older than I am and had kids before I did. When I was having babies she used to always say “just wait till they’re older.” My firstborn was colicky, and I was having a hard time liking her so I didn’t need that advice. Haha. All that to say, just enjoy your kids! It sounds to me like you’re both doing a great job. Yes, parenting teenagers is hard. But parenting little ones is hard too. Just in a different way. I love your IG stuff!
Getting me through summer
Honest yet upbeat attitudes about raising kids. I super appreciate it. I’m listening to it constantly around the house (especially right now when we’re switching bedrooms around, not a nightmare at all). I’m pretty far back into the archives, so if you could bump the frequency up to daily, then I might make it all the way through the summer. Thanks, dummies. 😉
It’s for the moms too
Mother of a 10 month old here and roommate to a Dumb Dad. Instead of listening to the same songs over and over, now I belly laugh down the freeway. Love the advice and unfiltered stories that make me feel like I’m doing alright