Robinsons’ “Pals” advert, which shows two boys playing together all day until the final frame reveals that the older boy is in fact the father, gained widespread praise for it’s originality. While the tagline “it’s good to be a dad, it’s better to be a friend” sparked some debate about the importance of maintaining strong parental boundaries between fatherhood and friendship, the overall sentiment was unapologetically positive about dads.
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