...you are a 35 year old male, married with two kids. You know that something is wrong in your marriage but you have no idea that it is fatally wounded. You march on, you go to work, you bring back a wage to feed and clothe the kids, you take control of the kids when you get home, you bathe your children, you rock the baby to sleep, you tell the little one a bedtime story, you wake up with the baby, you feed him and then you try and grab a little sleep.
You then find out your marriage is at an end. Irreconcilable differences are quoted - or more specifically a statement is made that, "you never paid enough attention to your wife." You move out of the house and find you now need to fund two mortgages. You need some extra cash. You consider prostitution but you're not sure how to market your skills so decide against that option. Instead you work longer hours and, thus, you see your children less.
The bankers get even more greedy and gamble the future of the planet on red. The roulette wheel lands on black. The entire system is shafted - although, for some reason, the bankers get their bets refunded. People lose their jobs - you lose yours. You travel even further, work even longer hours and see your kids even less.
Back then the state of the economy, and society as a whole, wasn't the banker's fault - it was the fault of single mums. Those good for nothings that bring children up with no regard for what is right or wrong.
But, that was three years ago, single mums now have a voice - single mums are now powerful - they've found the internet. They've found mumsnet. Politicians, and the press, now like single mums! No longer are all the ills in society caused by single mums. In fact they are now heroines corrupted by unjust fathers.
Useless fathers, feckless fathers, fathers who should have been sterilised, absent fathers. Good for nothings that bring children into this world but then leave.
So, that would be fathers like me!
At least we know it's not the bankers fault!