“HOLLA Dayz” is a regular series covering the best media surrounding holidays or occasions worth talking about. Brands, people, bots – they’re all fair game. See how others are celebrating socially and what you can learn from their messages!
Ahh #FathersDay, the day we thank and appreciate dear old dad … and turn to social media to proclaim our eternal love. Check out the best of Father’s Day 2014:
This dad did it right!
— iRadio Official (@ThisisiRadio) June 16, 2014
Not so sure about this girl …
Sorry I commented "DILF" when you changed your profile picture to one of you and your Dad. #fathersday
— Laura (@LauraLikesWine) June 15, 2014
Countless daughters have had this interaction with their fathers
— styledotcom (@styledotcom) June 15, 2014
This is a very “cool” way to commemorate the occasion
— Jeffrey Guterman PhD (@JeffreyGuterman) June 15, 2014
How many families do you think celebrated this way?
— Golden St. Warriors (@warriors) June 16, 2014
This was probably pretty common too …
— Allison Bourg (@abourg_abc2) June 15, 2014
In honor of the #WorldCup …
— KICKTV (@KICKTV) June 15, 2014
Celebs love their dads (or being dads!) too …
Wishing everyone a great #FathersDay! I'm honored to be the father of such great kids & thankful to have been the son of a wonderful father.
— Emmitt Smith (@EmmittSmith22) June 15, 2014
Happy Fathers Day to all you fathers out there. Stay involved in your kids lives and it will be the best gift you will ever get! #fathersday
— Michael Strahan (@michaelstrahan) June 15, 2014
— Melinda Gates (@melindagates) June 16, 2014
And of course, funnyman Jimmy Kimmel couldn’t resist another viral video attempt
— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) June 16, 2014
BEST #FathersDay HOLLA: We’re not taking (political) sides here, but this is pretty good …
— GOP Teens (@GOPTeens) June 15, 2014
Sad, but true …
"By the time a man realizes that his father was right, he has a son who thinks he's wrong." #FathersDay
— Men's Fitness (@MensFitness) June 15, 2014
But most importantly, isn’t this the truth? It’s not about the money or material items our fathers provide us with, but their love and support that means the most.
— HuffPost Impact (@HuffPostImpact) June 15, 2014
Thanks, dads, for all you do for us. We love and appreciate you on Father’s Day and always!