Earlier this month, the world was introduced to Robert E. Kelly, a political science teacher based in South Korea. During a live Skype interview with BBC, Kelly—who was working from home—was hilariously interrupted by his 2 young children. Now known as “BBC Dad,” Kelly has taken the Internet by storm. His endearing ordeal has even spawned several spoofs, including a satirical sketch by New Zealand television show Jono and Ben that comically captures how a mother would have dealt with the situation.
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Raising twins is undoubtedly twice the work, but, as one father has learned, it's also double the fun. Martin Hughes, a dad from England, has an identical set of 4-year-old twin girls named Poppy and Isabella. During a recent trip to London, he decided to play a prank on his fellow hotel guests inspired by the Grady twins, an iconic, identical duo from Stanley Kubrick's The Shining.
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