While all of our dads are our superheroes when it comes to humor (why do you think dad jokes are called what they’re called?), some fathers go above and beyond the call of sneaky jokes and trolling to get what they want when they’re feeling peckish.

Dad of two, Joel Willis, was very much in the mood for eating some takeout. Unfortunately, his wife, Laura, didn’t want any. So Joel turned on his A-game and started making some 300 IQ, 5-D chess moves.

Joel used his power as the Executive Editor of ‘The Dad’ to tweet out to Chipotle and ask them for some help. That’s how ‘National Laura Eats Chipotle Day’ was born. Did Joel get to enjoy his burrito? Check out how everything played out by scrolling down. And before you ask, no, this wasn’t an ad!

More info: Instagram | Twitter (Joel Willis) | Twitter (The Dad)

Joel Willies reached out to Chipotle because he was craving burritos, but his wife wasn’t. Something had to change!

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Joel finally got to have his burrito and the effort was all worth it

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Joel is also the Head of Gaming for ‘The Dad Gaming’ and calls himself a “proud and very tired father.” According to his bio, he enjoys memes, spending time with his family, and making memes about spending time with his family. And we honestly think that he’s someone very witty and probably great to grab an after-work burrito with.

The team at ‘The Dad’ believes that it takes someone special to be a dad, even though there are many fathers out there.

“Those who answer the call accept the responsibility of continuing a legacy of bad (or are they great?) puns, thrilling (yet slightly dangerous) tosses in the air, historical education (aka 80s and 90s movies), embarrassing behavior, unyielding sarcasm, and unconditional love & support,” they write.

Joel’s witty antics went viral on Instagram with 175k likes and even made it to the front page of Imgur, after one of the site’s users published the tweets and racked up over 7.1k upvotes and more than a hundred comments. “Not all heroes wear capes,” Imgurian DiDaVinci said.

Here’s how some people reacted to the Twitter thread

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