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Mark Orval, a dad, loves to be extremely mad while driving. How else can one explain this four-minute-long video, in which Orval screams in an Australian accent at a bunch of people for inexplicably honking at him?

As you'll see after you watch the video, he's got a pretty good reason to be mad. His son Mitchell—a perpetual jokester—hung a sign on the back of the car reading, and I quote, "Honk if your horny [sic]." Ugh, kids!

This isn't #AngryDad's first brush with internet fame. Back in November of 2015, Mitchell filmed #AngryDad driving around the United States for the first time; the video of him screaming earned them a write-up in the Daily Mail and boosted #AngryDad's following on Facebook substantially. In total, the #AngryDad YouTube channel has uploaded more than 50 videos of this dad getting real mad, oftentimes while behind the wheel of a vehicle.

Orval has compiled an interesting list of accomplishments in addition to his viral vids. In the late 1980s, he played a few games of Australian Rules Football for Collingwood; now he is apparently the founder and CEO of a company called Newzbid, which seeks to pay people for their "newsworthy content." Their slogan is "TURN CONTENT INTO CA$H." (This content included? Unclear.)

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Anyway, the AngryDad Facebook page now has nearly 900,000 fans, and they were lovin' this latest installment of the #AngryDad cursing up a storm on the road.

This extremely high praise from Celia was matched by #AngryDad fans on Twitter.

Hard to say it better than Kurodragon says it there. You want an angry dad? This, certainly, is an angry dad.

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One YouTube commenter, Trollseeder, expressed skepticism, as one always should with viral and viral-adjacent internet video:

Hmm. Trollseeder raises a good point, but most were not on Trollseeder's side, but rather, on Justin Spencer, who proudly proclaimed "it me" in a YouTube comment below.

May we all see ourselves in the #AngryDad, "raging at every dumb fuck on the road."

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Michael Rosen is a reporter for Fusion based out of Oakland.