Dad Troll Daughter By Recreating Her Selfies On Instagram

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Dall Troll Daughter By Recreating Her Selfies On Instagram

Parenthood is beautiful when it is kept with in limit, giving privacy to your children at some extent is possible the advice in parenthood. After all there are some things which our children might not share with us. It necessarily doesn’t have to be something illegal, there can be embarrassing moments which children won’t talk about with their parents. So what you do in order to unlock those mysteries?

Thanks to Social Media you spy on them!

Today’s generation are quite addicted to posting a lot of stuff on Facebook and Instagram that contain selfies of themselves the most.

I will not accept any friend request from my parents either because it gives them free pass to find something embarrassing and share it with the rest of the family.

That being said no one can match Chris Burr Martin, when it comes to embarrassing his daughter on social media as he has made a name for himself for recreating his daughter’s Instagram posts.

And the funny thing is that he has been doing around for almost an year now. Check our some the most hilarious recreation of his daughter’s Instagram post below;

@lilaccitycomicon Special Saturday Selfie! #selfiedad #selfiedaughter #headgames

A post shared by Burr Martin (@therealburrmartin) on

I'd say April Fool's, but y'all know I'm for real. LOL. #selfiedad #selfiedaughter #dadbod

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Even his wife and son are not safe from him.

Happy birthday to my boy @awstinmartin ! You're a bigger man than I. #selfiedad #selfieson

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Thanks to Chris, his daughter has Instagram has immense increase in her followers.

However, Chris’s imitation of Cassie’s post are not actually to make fun of her. Being a nice father he is doing it for a good reason.

As Cassie has told The Sun: “He wanted to show me what I looked like in his own way, to prove I was showing too much skin or being a little too risque in my photos. I do think a little more about which photos I post now because I know certain photos can never be erased on the internet and certain people will see it.”

Dad Chris said: “I wanted to let some of the people in her comment section know her dad was watching because some of the comments, especially from boys, were pretty vulgar. She’s over 18 so she could do what she wanted to a point but also, fighting with some of the commenters over the internet would have been a crazy thing to do.”

Along with advancement of technology internet has become a bit of unsafe place for our children and Chris’s method of teaching his children safety is probable the best one yet.

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