That’s a picture from the 1920s. All those men are dead now. 1920s was the era of workers rights forming but they didn’t have them yet in construction. Deaths were common, long hours – often unable to come home at night. None of the cushy benefits that the labor movement brought were available to those men on that piece of iron. The original one looked like this: https://twitter.com/777jorgeivan/status/1286090669899919360 “Shout out to all the dads that be eating like this so their kids can eat at the table at home” But that meme fantasy above makes it look like the wife is pregnant with another man’s child while he’s busy chillin with the homies on an piece of steel eating lunch

That’s a picture from the 1920s. All those men are dead now. 1920s was the era of workers rights forming but they didn’t have them yet in construction. Deaths were common, long hours – often unable to come home at night. None of the cushy benefits that the labor movement brought were available to those men on that piece of iron.
The original one looked like this:
“Shout out to all the dads that be eating like this so their kids can eat at the table at home”
But that meme fantasy above makes it look like the wife is pregnant with another man’s child while he’s busy chillin with the homies on an piece of steel eating lunch
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