Must be the fanny pack
socks and sandals
Loud Hawaiian shirt
Camera around his neck
Don't forget the backwards baseball cap! (cool dad)
And the horrible accent with which he embarrasses the entire family when trying to speak the local language.
PAR-LAY VOO FRAANSAY?
And the map and confused expression...
and the flags [probably of the wrong nation]
Dad, that's Danmark.
Troligen Tommy Bahama
...and the cargo jeans with every pocket filled.
Your parents don't like that I eat ants? Well fine be that way, your dad looks like a tourist! Lol
“I don’t look like a tourist, do I?”
why there is an "en"? i noticed in Swedish, EN or ETT is usually emitted in front of a social status, like..."han är ingenjör" rather than "han är en ingenjör"
then why in this case, there is an "en"?
I think because being a tourist is not a job, it is not something you do permanently.
I wrote something about this here: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/5852643
Read more about this in Swedish here: http://www.student.umu.se/under-studietiden/studieverkstad/skriftliga-uppgifter/skrivrad-och-sprakhjalp/obestamd-artikel-eller-artikellos-form/
Is "Your dad seems like a tourist" also valid?
seem is verka and look like is se ut som.
Thanks. Hard facts among the levity!
"ser ut som" is a fixed expression meaning "look(s) like".
Swedish yo pappa jokes. Classic.
That's why he takes pictures of "her" - the woman who "ser ut som en älg".