For this Father’s Day, Gillette launched their “Go Ask Dad” campaign to help remind all the sons out there that Dad knows best. The video for the campaign (above) opens with fathers explaining how their son(s) insist on using technology instead of asking them for help. According to a study, 94% of teenagers ask the Internet for advice before their dads.
I remember growing up where the internet wasn’t really a thing yet, at least not like it is now. These days, kids are buried in their smart devices from the time they wake up, and when they need to find out about something they would rather Google it instead of asking dad for help.
Watch Gillette’s video above, and see why this Father’s Day it’s time to “Go Ask Dad.”