This hilarious video captures how every dad in America feels about the Disney hit “Frozen”

We live in an amazing time. Anyone can make a video and a darn good one. This video by dads Ryan O’Quinn and Todd Wilkerson shows exactly how every father in America feels. Really, really funny…until the Disney lawyers see it!

  • Michelle Marie

    I’m sorry, but where are these dads that run errands? My husband works 8 to 5 so the dance classes and other errands are run by me the MOM while he is at work. ?? And trust me, I am tired of these songs, too.

    • Nic Brooks

      You realize that is the SEXIST comment I have EVER read!!! I am sorry but there are stay at home dads and Dads who take off to do these things.

      • theothertoolbox

        Thank you, Nic.

    • William S. Kelly

      I’ve been a single father for the last 12yrs. We are out there, in that time I have been a Soccer coach, Baseball coach, Wrestling coach, Sunday school teacher & Boy Scout leader. I still make sure he has a 3-4 course meal every evening made by me. So please don’t make general assumptions about dads…

      • Suzanne Rice

        A 3-4 course meal?

        • Freedomrings

          Meat, starch, veg,= 3 and some type of “dessert” =4 course meal! =)

        • William S. Kelly

          Yes, a Three to Four Course meal.. That means I feed him either 3 courses or 4 courses every night…

          • GH420

            So he gets an appetizer, a salad, a dinner and then a dessert? He eats better than I do.

          • Incredulous_one

            Gotta beat the 4-cheese Totino waiting at home in the freezer.

          • Glennfriend67

            No, the child probably gets a starch (course one), a vegetable(course two), a protein of some sort (course three), and perhaps a fruit or maybe a sweet. (course four) That is a modern day 3-4 course meal for a child.

          • Anonymous

            Those are not courses, those are servings

    • Anonymous

      Some of us work , and work at home and get to do many of these things with our kids and love doing it ! We enjoy spending time with children and while the song is parodying this, its actually wonderful being a hands on engaged dad ! Sexist statement.

    • Michelle Marie

      Oh brother. I’m only referring to what the video description said that “EVERY father in America feels” when in reality EVERY father in America does not in fact run errands. I did not mean to exclude those dads that in fact do run errands. Let’s try not to get so excited about every supposed assumption. We’ve become too easily offended in some areas and not offended enough where it really matters.

      • Lorietta Purpura

        I know of Dads who work and they feel the same exact way- not just about running errands.

        • Michelle Marie

          Yes of course that is true. And my 6 year old son feels that way as he covers his ears every time his older sister starts singing a Frozen song.

      • Anonymous

        Just like EVERY woman doesn’t do everything or backstabs her husband as being lazy and unhelpful.

    • Michelle Marie

      And I really didn’t intend to offend any single dads, work at home dads, take off work dads or any other dads. I am definitely a supporter of Dads and think dads of all kinds are great and love their kids. And I think dads AND moms and many more are tired of the
      Frozen songs which is what I was saying in my previous post, Moms are
      tired of these songs, too.
      But I do love Disney so please don’t attack me for being tired of Frozen songs that my daughter still sings.

    • FiMurca

      I guess you think the world revolves around you. And because that is your situation … It must be the same for everyone.

    • Anonymous

      There is a lot of us dads out there. You know, its not that our wife doesn’t help enough, its that she’s not there at all!. She ran off to “find herself” and explore other stupid pop culture philosophy cliches we hear instead of just facing up to the fact she’s just terribly selfish. I cook, clean, listen, advise, buy clothes, heal hurts, drive carpool, drive them and go to game and plays, etc., etc….and yes, I also work.

  • Bryan W

    I used to. I had a pretty flexible schedule. Not all the time, but enough. (and yes, I had to get instructions each time because the details kept changing.) Ask me about the Jungle Book – I can recite it – words and music – word for word beginning to end.

  • Hopeful_still

    Ha ha ha… took weeks to stop singing EVERY THING IS AWESOME… from the Lego movie.

    • Michelle Marie

      Me, too. And now we are singing it again because the DVD just came out last week.

    • Freedomrings

      Omg.. ME TOO!!!!! That’s what I said when I watched this Dad video yesterday. You are NOT ALONE in your pain Hopeful. (note: that song is so socialistic too, but the movie is about doing your own thing.. )

    • Brooke Lorren

      LOL… I was singing that today…

    • Sunset Rider

      My son and I feel the same way. They could torture terrorists with this stuff! My daughter and granddaughter both love it.

      • Glennfriend67

        Hmmm…….that’s not a bad idea…..if anything could get these ISIS terrorists to crack, surely it would be Disney tunes!

  • resident

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17QQcK4l6Yw this version is better and more entertaining

  • Jim

    I see allot of you dads that replied to a Michelle Maria on her comment about dads. Sensitive much? Seriously tho the over sensitivity in this “country of pansies” isn’t just on the left but very much on the right. Stop reading that crap out of every statement made. We complain on the right about how the other side gets offended to fast and you all do it yourself to one of your own. She only made a statement as to herself. I haven’t seen the movie yet myself. My niece how ever has and her and her 2 younger sisters sing those songs so much. lol

    • Incredulous_one

      Too much soy in their diet … turns to estrogen in the system and men become … well, not so much. Back to steak and potatoes, boys.

    • Anonymous

      Nah, just sick of all the crap. Didn’t stop you from whining either. Kind of ironic, huh? And no, I don’t complain all the time either. Stereotyping me or anyone else off of just one or two message board posts is pretty stupid. Sometimes you just have to fight fire with fire to show someone else how irritating it is.

  • Melvin Hagerman

    Now we start on “Happy”….

  • Brooke Lorren

    My husband was the one that was playing that movie (and the soundtrack) over and over and over again after it came out. We all love it, but I think he plays it the most…

  • Anonymous

    Y’all gotta see Philosopher Stefan Molyneux’s review of Frozen on YouTube.

  • Chief Mojo

    When does the funny part start?
    Or did I miss it…

  • Anonymous

    Cute! :)

  • Incredulous_one

    Guess you’d’ve had to have seen the movie, huh? (My kid’s 29.)

  • Anonymous

    That is too good!

  • Al Amo

    Regardless of attempts to confuse legitimate government functions with “socialism”, it is important to remember that they are not the same.

  • Glennfriend67

    Oh….My…GOD!!! That is one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen! The Disney lawyers can drop dead; there are song parodies done all the time, and this is freakin’ BRILLIANT!

  • Becky B

    My husband works 8-5pm. I work 6-2a. My husband helps fix dinner, does laundry, pays bills, grocery shops and coaches football, basketball and baseball. People are so crital of the hard work men do. Times have changed people. Both parents have to work so both parents are playing both parts. I too run the errands, clean the house, help with the dance recitals and serve in my church. There are men out there like this and thank goodness they aren’t pompass chaivinistic jerks and instead love their families enough to do what has to be done while like us moms enduring the constant sounds of The Wonderful World of Disney. Go Team Mom & Dad!

  • John William Thompson

    drop over and fall under a bus