"Happy Father's Day, Mom!" Angel Soft has made several enemies with those four simple, seemingly harmless words.
Why are the naysayers so upset about the ad? Because they feel like it devalues the role that fathers play in the development of their children.
And to an extent, you may be able to see their point.
While no one can deny that mothers are integral to the growth and development of a child and that many more men than women neglect their parental duties, the idea behind celebrating Father's Day is to celebrate the men who do show up.
Whether it's the biological dad or a caring stepfather, who steps into the role for a needy child, the day is supposed to be about those guys, not about the guys that can only make a baby while failing miserably at fatherhood.
By shifting the focus to single mothers, critics are accusing Angel Soft of denigrating the good guys on the day that is supposed to be "their day" with the "Happy Father's Day, Mom" ad.
Before continuing, see the ad for yourself.