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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Penny Reid: His gaze was impossibly kind as he said, Then, daughter dear, call me Dad. His gaze was impossibly kind as he said, Then, daughter dear, call me Dad. — Penny Reid
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Belle Aurora: Owe ye everything, son. Ye need or want anything, ye just ask."Nox earns a point Owe ye everything, son. Ye need or want anything, ye just ask."
Nox earns a point in my dad's book when he utters, "I'm quite partial to your daughter, actually. I was kinda hoping I could keep her. — Belle Aurora
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Nalini Singh: There's so much love in him, Dad." The mating bond showed her a depth of There's so much love in him, Dad." The mating bond showed her a depth of feeling, of heart, even greater than she'd imagined. He was someone special, Andrew Liam Kincaid, and he was hers. "I wish you could see him as I do."
"That would be against the laws of nature," Abel said in a somber tone. "I have to be able to kick his ass if necessary
therefore, I must see him as the filthy bastard who dared hurt my daughter by getting himself shot."
"Are you threatening my mortally wounded mate?"
Her father pressed a kiss to her temple. "I'll hold of until he's healthy. — Nalini Singh
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Gail Simone: I'm not Barbara Gordon. I have to keep remembering that. Tonight, I'm not Barbara. Tonight, I'm not Barbara Gordon. I have to keep remembering that. Tonight, I'm not Barbara. Tonight, I'm not the Police Commissioner's daughter.
Tonight, I'm the one who pored over the details of the confidential police and reports when her dad wasn't looking.
I'm the one who recognized the vintage costumes you wear.
Tonight?
Tonight, I'm Batgirl. — Gail Simone
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Jennifer Brown: We drove on in silence, Dad shaking his head in disgust every few minutes. I We drove on in silence, Dad shaking his head in disgust every few minutes. I stared at him, wondering how it was we got to this place. How the same man who held his infant daughter and kissed her tiny face could one day be so determined to shut her out of his life, out of his heart. How, even when she reacyhed out to him in distress - Please, Dad, come get me, come save me - all he could do was accuse her. How that same daughter could look at him and feel nothing but contempt and blame and resentment, because that's all that radiated off of him for so many years and it had become contagious. — Jennifer Brown
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Nicole Williams: My dad had once told me, crimson-red deep in "the talk," that with sons, all My dad had once told me, crimson-red deep in "the talk," that with sons, all he had to worry about was one penis, but with a daughter, he had to worry about everyone else's. — Nicole Williams
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Meg Meeker: Dad, it's not optional: your daughter needs you to be her hero. Dad, it's not optional: your daughter needs you to be her hero. — Meg Meeker
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Hugh Jackman: When I come home, my daughter will run to the door and give me a When I come home, my daughter will run to the door and give me a big hug, and everything that's happened that day just melts away. — Hugh Jackman
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Alan Shearer: I spend time with my family. I have got two daughters who are too young I spend time with my family. I have got two daughters who are too young to know their Dad's a footballer. They just want to play with their Dad. I like to play golf, too, but apart from that, that's me, I'm afraid. — Alan Shearer
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Greg Wise: I don't have any labels for myself, really. Sometimes, when I am out with my I don't have any labels for myself, really. Sometimes, when I am out with my wife, I am just Mr. Thompson. Or at my daughter's school, I'm Gaia's dad. I don't think of myself as Greg Wise, actor. — Greg Wise
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Dave Grohl: I didn't start sweating until I had children. That was one of the first things I didn't start sweating until I had children. That was one of the first things I realized when my daughter Violet was born - I started getting wicked BO. You know there's a difference between basketball BO and stress BO? This was definitely stress BO. Like, new dad BO. — Dave Grohl
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Marisha Pessl: For the record, there were no framed pictures of me around our house, and the For the record, there were no framed pictures of me around our house, and the only class portrait Dad had ever ordered was the one from Sparta Elementary in which I'd sat, knees glued together, in front of a background that looked like Yosemite, sporting pink overalls and a lazy eye. "This is classic," Dad said. "That they shamelessly send me an order form so I can pay $69.95 for prints large and small of a photo in which my daughter looks as if she just suffered a great blow to her head - it just shows you, we are simply strapped to a motorized assembly line moving through this country. We're supposed to pay out, shut up or get tossed in the rejects bin. — Marisha Pessl
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Craig D. Lounsbrough: It is not that you give birth to a child that matters most. Rather, it It is not that you give birth to a child that matters most. Rather, it is what you birth into them. — Craig D. Lounsbrough
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Megyn Kelly: He dedicated the work to me: 'This is for my daughter Megyn, who read this He dedicated the work to me: 'This is for my daughter Megyn, who read this and said, 'This is good, Dad.' (He got the grant.) I felt respected. — Megyn Kelly
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Dominik Garcia-Lorido: I was very protected growing up. My dad was very strict with me. I was I was very protected growing up. My dad was very strict with me. I was the oldest of four kids, and there are three girls. So I kind of paved the way of what it was like to raise a teenage daughter. — Dominik Garcia-Lorido
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Kelley Armstrong: Another night then,' Mom said. 'Maybe on the weekend we can have a barbecue and Another night then,' Mom said. 'Maybe on the weekend we can have a barbecue and invite your sister.'
'Or,' I said turning to Rafe, 'if you want to skip the whole awkward meet-the-family social event you could just submit your life story including your view on politics religion and every social issue imaginable along with anything else you think they might need to conduct a thorough background check.'
Mom sighed. 'I really don't know why we even bother trying to be subtle around you.'
'Neither do I. It's not like he isn't going to realize he's being vetted as daughter-dating material.'
Rafe grinned. 'So we are dating.'
'No. You have to pass the parental exam first. It'll take you awhile to compile the data. They'd like it in triplicate.' I turned to my parents. 'We have Kenjii. We have my cell phone. Since we aren't yet officially dating I'm sure you'll agree that's all the protection we need.'
Dad choked on his coffee. — Kelley Armstrong
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Buddy Valastro: I promised my daughter I'd name my first restaurant after her, but now the other I promised my daughter I'd name my first restaurant after her, but now the other kids are like, 'Dad, what about us?' I'm gonna have to open four restaurants! — Buddy Valastro
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Joey Comeau: She needs you, Dad," Julia says. "She has unfinished business in this world.""What is the She needs you, Dad," Julia says. "She has unfinished business in this world."
"What is the matter with you?" Charlie asks his daughter. "Any sane person would have told me to go to the doctor. I'm seeing a headless apparition every day. Maybe my medications are conflicting. You should see the list of side effects on this stuff. — Joey Comeau
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By John Leguizamo: Every dad who loves his daughter is not going to want her to go with Every dad who loves his daughter is not going to want her to go with the penniless slacker loser poet bum, when she could go out with someone who's successful. — John Leguizamo
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Richard L. Ratliff: I guess she was a life line Sewing our family fabric togetherFrom me to dad I guess she was a life line
Sewing our family fabric together
From me to dad to her
Gave me a sense of continuity
Especially when my daughter was born
As she was slipping away — Richard L. Ratliff
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Warren Farrell: Just as the Depression left a generation of dads feeling they never had enough money, Just as the Depression left a generation of dads feeling they never had enough money, so father deprivation is leaving a generation of sons and daughters with different psychic wounds. — Warren Farrell
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Rachel Caine: What was our daughter's name? I should know that. But I didn't. I didn't.Because she What was our daughter's name? I should know that. But I didn't. I didn't.
Because she doesn't exist. Wake up!
"Dad - " I looked back. Frank was gone. There was just the sidewalk, and a gray fog, and the rain, rain beating down on my face, beading up on my skin. "If I
wake up I'm going to lose them. I can lose everything but them. Dad - " I didn't want this, but I didn't want to let it go. I couldn't. I started to walk back to the
house, to Claire, to the baby whose name I hadn't decided yet, to a future without vampires where I was respected and important and my dad loved me and ...
And I knew I couldn't have that.
Because I'm Shane Collins, and I don't get those things.
Because that isn't how my world is.
WAKE UP!
I did. — Rachel Caine
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Samuel L. Jackson: My dad was an absentee dad, so it was always important to me that I My dad was an absentee dad, so it was always important to me that I was part of my daughter's life, and she deserved two parents, which is part of the rationale behind us staying married for 30 years. — Samuel L. Jackson
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Tim Cannon: My kids understand what I'm doing. They're totally saturated in it. My daughter, she's eleven. My kids understand what I'm doing. They're totally saturated in it. My daughter, she's eleven. A little while ago, she said to me, 'Dad, I don't care if you become a robot, but you have to keep your face. I don't want you to replace your face.' Personally, I don't have any sentimental attachment to my face, any more than I have a sentimental attachment to any other part of my body. I could look like the Mars Rover for all I give a shit. But she's pretty attached to my face, I guess. — Tim Cannon
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Barbara Kingsolver: This I need to be told?" she'd snapped. As if, sitting in this kitchen where This I need to be told?" she'd snapped. As if, sitting in this kitchen where she felt the disapproving presence of his dead mother, she could forget where he'd grown up. Cole was the youngest of six children, with five sisters who'd traveled no farther than the bottom of the hollow, where Dad Widener had deeded each daughter an acre on which to build a house when she married, meanwhile saving back the remainder of the sixty-acre farm for his only son, Cole. The family cemetery was up behind the orchard. The Wideners' destiny was to occupy this same plot of land for their lives and eternity, evidently. To them the word town meant Egg Fork, a nearby hamlet of a few thousand souls, nine churches, and a Kroger's. Whereas Lusa was a dire outsider from the other side of the mountains, from Lexington - a place in the preposterous distance. And now she was marooned behind five sisters-in-law who flanked her gravel right-of-way to the mailbox. — Barbara Kingsolver
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Josephine Angelini: What are you doing?'Helen put her hand over his to stop him from shifting. 'I'm What are you doing?'Helen put her hand over his to stop him from shifting.
'I'm going inside to talk to your dad. I don't want him to feel like he can't trust me with his daughter.'
'Lucas, I swear to whatever god you think is holy that I will get out of this car and walk to school if you go inside and talk to my dad.'
Lucas smiled and shifted back into first, driving away from her house. 'Who told you the gods were holy? — Josephine Angelini
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Sarah Rees Brennan: Who ever he is, I agree with your mother," said Dad as he entered the Who ever he is, I agree with your mother," said Dad as he entered the kitchen. "Stay away from him. Stay away from them all until you're of marrying age. Once you reach a nice, mature fifty-four, gentlemen callers will be welcomed here. — Sarah Rees Brennan
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Dad From Daughter Sayings By Ashley Tisdale: My sister is totally my dad's daughter because she loves sports. My sister is totally my dad's daughter because she loves sports. — Ashley Tisdale
Dad From Daughter Sayings By A&E Kirk: Dad walked by my room and reeled back fo ra better look at Jayden on Dad walked by my room and reeled back fo ra better look at Jayden on my bed. "What is going on?"
"Early morning tutoring session, Dad."
He didn't look appeased, but before he could say anything, Mom glanced in.
"It's just Jayden," she said and kept walking down the hall.
"In our daughter's bed? Half naked!"
"But it's Jayden," Mom said. "It doesn't count."
"Thank you, Mrs. Lahey," Jayden said. "I appreciate your vote of confidence in my lack of coitus with your daughter."
Dad's face went slack. "Oh my God."
A&E Kirk, Demons in Disguise — A&E Kirk
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Kevin Hart: My daughter doesn't even get my humor. She's like, 'Um, no. I don't get it, My daughter doesn't even get my humor. She's like, 'Um, no. I don't get it, Dad. Mmm, no, not that one, Dad.' — Kevin Hart
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Ashton Kutcher: I like being what the girls call MOD-"my other Dad." What I've learned in the I like being what the girls call MOD-"my other Dad." What I've learned in the past year is that every kid is different. But as long as you love them and never forget that love, then you have the key. I think it's all about just being there and loving them because kids feel that every single day. — Ashton Kutcher
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Rachel Hawkins: And of course, your dad was always talking about you, so between him and Jenna, And of course, your dad was always talking about you, so between him and Jenna, I feel like I already know you."
Man, first Cal, then Lara and the other Council members, now Vix. Did Dad have a blog about me or something? "My Daughter Sophie and Why You Should All Follow Her and/or Marry Her. — Rachel Hawkins
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Regina Brett: My daughter had carried within her a story that kept hurting her: Her dad abandoned My daughter had carried within her a story that kept hurting her: Her dad abandoned her. She started telling herself a new story. Her dad had done the best he could. He wasn't capable of giving more. It had nothing to do with her. She could no longer take it personally. — Regina Brett
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Darynda Jones: Cookie had taken her daughter amber to school then walked the thirty-something feet to work Cookie had taken her daughter amber to school then walked the thirty-something feet to work earlier. Our business was on the second floor of Calamity's, my dad's bar, which sat right in front of our apartment building. The short commute was nice and rarely invloved rabid raccoons. — Darynda Jones
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Beatrix Campbell: The survivor movements were also challenging the notion of a dysfunctional family as the cause The survivor movements were also challenging the notion of a dysfunctional family as the cause and culture of abuse, rather than being one of the many places where abuse nested. This notion, which in the 1990s and early 1980s was the dominant understanding of professionals characterised the sex abuser as a pathetic person who had been denied sex and warmth by his wife, who in turn denied warmth to her daughters. Out of this dysfunctional triad grew the far-too-cosy incest dyad. Simply diagnosed, relying on the signs: alcoholic father, cold distant mother, provocative daughter. Simply resolved, because everyone would want to stop, to return to the functioning family where mum and dad had sex and daughter concentrated on her exams. Professionals really believed for a while that sex offenders would want to stop what they were doing. They thought if abuse were decriminalised, abusers would seek help. The survivors knew different. P5 — Beatrix Campbell
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Robert Schimmel: My daughter saw this billboard for this place: 'Swim With the Dolphins.' She goes, 'I My daughter saw this billboard for this place: 'Swim With the Dolphins.' She goes, 'I wanna do that.' I said, 'It's a lot of money - forget about it.' She said, 'Dad, I always wanted to swim with the dolphins.' 'Always, or since you saw the sign? — Robert Schimmel
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Mary Elizabeth: She's the friend my sister needed, the daughter my mom wanted, a child my dad She's the friend my sister needed, the daughter my mom wanted, a child my dad doesn't feel guilty about, and the fucking reason my heart beats." - Dusty — Mary Elizabeth
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Marina Keegan: Growing up with an exterminator as a father was always slightly embarrassing for Anna and Growing up with an exterminator as a father was always slightly embarrassing for Anna and her brother, Kevin. "I remember," Tommy begins, "one year when Anna was about eight, and it was 'bring your daughter to work day.' That was a big thing back in the eighties," he chuckles. "Well, I remember Anna came down to breakfast that morning and told me she didn't want to come." Tommy half smiles, but shakes his head slightly and closes his eyes for a second. " 'Dad-dyyy, bugs are nasty. Why can't you be a pilot or a doctor or something cool like that?' I didn't even argue with her, I just let her go to school." Tommy sighs, "I told her I was sorry I didn't have a cooler job. — Marina Keegan
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Jennifer Echols: Her dad brought his hands together and popped a knuckle."Trevor," Frances said soothingly, rubbing her Her dad brought his hands together and popped a knuckle.
"Trevor," Frances said soothingly, rubbing her hand on his back. But she was looking hard at me over her glasses, telling me upstanding citizens did not act this way.
When we were kids, that look from Frances could make Lori and her brother behave, and sometimes even my brothers, but I never seemed to get the message.
"I saw you coming out of the woods," Lori's dad shouted at me. "Together!"
"We weren't rolling in the leaves or anything. Look, no evidence." I put my other hand on Lori's other shoulder and turned her around backward, hoping against hope
she didn't have scratches from the tree on her bare back, or bark on her butt.
"Get your hands off my daughter. — Jennifer Echols
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Brigid Kemmerer: If I find out you laid a hand on my daughter" "What?" said Gabriel. "You'll If I find out you laid a hand on my daughter
"
"What?" said Gabriel. "You'll stand here and bitch about it?"
"Stop it!" cried Layne, dragging his coat and backpack from the kitchen. Her dad took a step forward.
"I'll have you arrested and charged with trespassing and statutory rape."
"Then I'm going to need another fifteen minutes. — Brigid Kemmerer
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Natalie Cole: Being my dad's daughter has allowed me to do a lot of things that maybe Being my dad's daughter has allowed me to do a lot of things that maybe another artist might not be able to do or wouldn't be necessarily embraced doing. — Natalie Cole
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Derek Landy: You should have called us. Desmond would have picked you up.''No I wouldn't,' Valkyrie's dad You should have called us. Desmond would have picked you up.'
'No I wouldn't,' Valkyrie's dad said, stepping into earshot. 'Sorry, Fletcher, but I had important fatherly duties to take care of, which included eating breakfast, showering, and finding my trousers. Of those three, I only managed two. Without looking down, can you guess which one I missed?' ... Fletcher smiled back. 'I just want to borrow Stephanie for a moment.'
'Take our daughter,' Valkryie's dad said, waving a hand airily. 'We have another one now. — Derek Landy
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Emma Watson: I don't think my dad really knew what to do with me, as a daughter. I don't think my dad really knew what to do with me, as a daughter. He treated me like a boy; my brother and I were treated the same. He didn't do kid stuff. There were no kid's menus; you weren't allowed to order off the kid's menu at dinner - we had to try something from the adult menu. — Emma Watson
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Angelina Jolie: And my dad, you're a great actor but you're a better father. And my dad, you're a great actor but you're a better father. — Angelina Jolie
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Ray Price: My daughter, dad where do homeless people come from? My answer, everywhere. My daughter, dad where do homeless people come from? My answer, everywhere. — Ray Price
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Nicolaia Rips: Back in New York, my dad refused to admit that he had a wife, much Back in New York, my dad refused to admit that he had a wife, much less a daughter on the way. This fantasy came to an end when he picked up his mail to find a postcard from a grinning woman, with a swelling belly, firing off automatic weapons with a group of equally happy Uzbek men. The caption read, 'Enjoying the afternoon with your daughter!'

On July 19, exactly four weeks before I was born, my father opened the door to find a woman wearing a burka, the traditional dress of Iran. When my mother finally went into labor at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital, my dad was finally forced to venture outside his circle of comfort. Having done so - and meeting me - he realized it wasn't so bad out there. — Nicolaia Rips
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Katee Sackhoff: I grew up watching science fiction with my dad. It was kind of our little I grew up watching science fiction with my dad. It was kind of our little secret. It was our bonding time as father and daughter. — Katee Sackhoff
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Jim Butcher: My father had died when I was young, before I learned that there was anything My father had died when I was young, before I learned that there was anything stronger than he was. I'd been operating without that kind of support for my whole life. Molly was only now realizing that, in some ways, she was on her own.
I wondered if my daughter even knew that she had a father, if she knew that there was someone who wanted, desperately, to Show Up.
"You get yourself an apartment and your plumbing goes bad, he'll still be there," I said quietly. "Some guy breaks your heart, he'll come over with ice cream. A lot of people never have a dad willing to do that stuff. Most of the time, it matters a hell of a lot more. — Jim Butcher
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Lora Leigh: Megan wanted to groan. "You guys are smothering me."Braden leaned against the wall, watching it Megan wanted to groan. "You guys are smothering me."
Braden leaned against the wall, watching it all, never speaking. Sexy and silent. Okay, so he had a few things going for him.
"Get used to it," Her father's voice brooked no refusal. "Until I leave this world, you are still my daughter and still under my protection."
"Protect Lance." She waved her hand at her smirking cousin. "He's in more danger than I am if he keeps pissing me off. Share the love, Dad. — Lora Leigh
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Harold Perrineau: Being a dad has made me more aware of myself. I can see all of Being a dad has made me more aware of myself. I can see all of my virtues and flaws. They become glaringly clear when my daughter communicates with me in the same ways that I communicate with her. I can really tell where and when I went wrong. — Harold Perrineau
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Laurie Halse Anderson: Gracie's father was an engineer, her mother an accountant. I couldn't picture either one of Gracie's father was an engineer, her mother an accountant. I couldn't picture either one of them yelling or throwing things or having affairs. I could see my dad doing stuff like that. Trish sure did. But Dad carried a war in his skull, and Trish was a drunk. Gracie's parents didn't have anything like that to deal with, but their daughter was falling apart on the bathroom floor. — Laurie Halse Anderson
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Tina Fey: I only hope that one day I can frighten my daughter this much. Right now, I only hope that one day I can frighten my daughter this much. Right now, she's not scared of my husband or me at all. I think it's a problem. I was a freshman home from college the first time my dad said, "You're going out at ten p.m.? I don't think so," and I just laughed and said, "It's fine." I feel like my daughter will be doing that to me by age six.
How can I give her what Don Fey gave me? The gift of anxiety. The fear of getting in trouble. The knowledge that while you are loved, you are not above the law. The Worldwide Parental Anxiety System is failing if this many of us have made sex tapes. — Tina Fey
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Kristen Ashley: We're takin' Faye home.""Got that.""Son, I need to know which home we're takin' her to."Jesus.Was We're takin' Faye home."
"Got that."
"Son, I need to know which home we're takin' her to."
Jesus.
Was the church deacon Dad of the virgin girlfriend he'd deflowered asking him which bed he wanted to sleep in with his daughter that night?
"Yours or hers?" Silas continued.
Fucking hell, he was. — Kristen Ashley
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Jonathan Coulton: I'd always meant to become a musician. I'd just never gotten around to it. And I'd always meant to become a musician. I'd just never gotten around to it. And my daughter being born, I was like, Okay, this is seriously the last chance. And also: Do you really want to be a dad who never did what he wanted to do? You've got to set an example now. You've got to do this. — Jonathan Coulton
Dad From Daughter Sayings By John Duover: I, a half naked German, was about to be discovered by her cruel Viking dad I, a half naked German, was about to be discovered by her cruel Viking dad in his own bedroom, having smudged his daughter just hours ago. Full of gratitude I contemplated that I would at least not die a virgin. — John Duover
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Andrew Wommack: A minister friend of mine once said that as he carries his little girl around, A minister friend of mine once said that as he carries his little girl around, she never has to say, "I confess with my mouth and believe in my heart that my dad will not drop me. And I confess with my mouth and believe in my heart that my dad's going to feed me." For that daughter, there is no striving to believe her father is going to be good to her. She just rests and relaxes in her loving relationship with him. She knows he is going to take care of her, because she knows him and his character. — Andrew Wommack
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Joyce Carol Oates: Loving our parents, we bring them into us. They inhabit us. For a long time Loving our parents, we bring them into us. They inhabit us. For a long time I believed that I could not bear to live without Mom and Dad - I could not bear to "outlive" them - for to be a daughter without parents did not seem possible to me. — Joyce Carol Oates
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Jamie Foxx: I want to thank my daughter, who told me, 'If you don't win, Dad, you're I want to thank my daughter, who told me, 'If you don't win, Dad, you're still good,' ... who taught me how to act. — Jamie Foxx
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Alecia Whitaker: I wait for my dad to walk away before pulling back the covers and getting I wait for my dad to walk away before pulling back the covers and getting out of bed. Not exactly a Hallmark father-daughter moment. — Alecia Whitaker
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Al Roker: We already had an adopted daughter, 10-year-old Courtney, from my previous marriage. To me, there We already had an adopted daughter, 10-year-old Courtney, from my previous marriage. To me, there is no difference between 'natural' and 'adopted.' My own childhood showed me that when it comes to loving your kids, concepts like that don't apply. I was the oldest of six, and three of my siblings were adopted. Mom and Dad even took in foster children. 'There are no limits to how much you can love,' Dad always said. — Al Roker
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Lois Robbins: I am involved with so many charitable organizations. Lung Cancer because of my dad, Breast I am involved with so many charitable organizations. Lung Cancer because of my dad, Breast Cancer because as a woman and mother of two daughters I have to be, Lupus for my sister, Crohn's disease for a dear friend, as well as Oceana and The Plastic Pollution Coalition because we have to be responsible to save the planet! — Lois Robbins
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Michael Gove: I will put my heart and soul into making sure that the care your son I will put my heart and soul into making sure that the care your son or daughter or mum or dad receives is the same I would want for my own family. — Michael Gove
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor: Sexually active? Sexually active? Patrick and I hadn't even learned the fine points of kissing Sexually active? Sexually active? Patrick and I hadn't even learned the fine points of kissing yet!
I marched on down. 'For your information,' I said from the doorway, as both Dad and Lester jerked to attention, 'I am about as sexually active as a bag of spinach, and if you want to keep me on the porch and not out in the park somewhere behind the bushes, you'll keep the stupid porch light off when I come home with a boy. — Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Jeff Hardy: Even with my daughter now, I kind of know how my dad feels. Even with my daughter now, I kind of know how my dad feels. — Jeff Hardy
Dad From Daughter Sayings By AnnaLynne McCord: I don't want my dad to say, 'My daughter is an actress on a TV I don't want my dad to say, 'My daughter is an actress on a TV show.' I want him to say, 'My daughter cares about people.' I would love to know that I'm a role model in Hollywood. — AnnaLynne McCord
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Allegra Huston: Because Dad was famous, I was so used to being identified as 'John Huston's daughter' Because Dad was famous, I was so used to being identified as 'John Huston's daughter' that I couldn't think of myself as anyone else. — Allegra Huston
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Kiera Cass: Need I remind you that this Selection was your idea?"She sighed."Listen to your daughter," Dad Need I remind you that this Selection was your idea?"
She sighed.
"Listen to your daughter," Dad said. "Very smart girl. Gets it from me."
"Don't you want some more sleep?" she asked flatly.
"No, I'm feeling very refreshed," he said. I wasn't sure if it was because he wanted to continue the conversation or if he felt he needed to keep his attention on Mom. Either way, he was clearly lying.
"Dad, you look like death punched you in the face."
"You must get that from me, too."
"Dad! — Kiera Cass
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Kelley Armstrong: "If it's a outside deal, how will I get my kids back?" Kit asked. "The "If it's a outside deal, how will I get my kids back?" Kit asked. "The Cabals have them."
Chloe and Derek's heads both whipped Kit's way.
"You're considering this?" Chloe said.
"I can get them," Dr. Inglis said. "We'll take Corey now, as a gesture of good faith from you. Then I will take Daniel for your son and Maya for your daughter."
"Dad?" Derek said.
Kit didn't answer him. He didn't even look over.
Chloe looked from us to Kit, her blue eyes wide. "Y-you c-can't - "
Derek leaped to his feet. "I won't let you do this, Dad. These kids came to you for help."
I gaped at Derek. Even Chloe looked confused. I might have known the guy for less than twenty-four hours, but short of demonic possession, I couldn't imagine him saying that. — Kelley Armstrong
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Hannah Storm: Even when I lost my job at CBS News, I set up shop in my Even when I lost my job at CBS News, I set up shop in my youngest daughter's bedroom and started Brainstormin' Productions and the Hannah Storm Foundation. And guess who was there, visiting me and enthusiastically making business charts and graphs that covered my entire kitchen table? My dad, of course. — Hannah Storm
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Mindy Kaling: My mom's a doctor, but because she came from India and then Africa, where childhood My mom's a doctor, but because she came from India and then Africa, where childhood obesity was not a problem, she put no premium on having skinny kids. In fact, she and my dad didn't mind having a chubby daughter. Part of me wonders if it even made them feel a little prosperous, like Have you seen our overweight Indian child? Do you know how statistically rare this is? — Mindy Kaling
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Holly Hood: He didn't want to admit that his daughter was something more now. I raised my He didn't want to admit that his daughter was something more now. I raised my hand guiding one of Nona's lawn ornaments across the lawn. Making it dance.
"Hope," Dad warned from inside.
I dropped it on the lawn. "Such a party pooper. — Holly Hood
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Rebecca Gayheart: I definitely got my philanthropic genes from my mom and dad. They taught me from I definitely got my philanthropic genes from my mom and dad. They taught me from a very early age to always lend a helping hand to anyone in need, and I hope to raise my daughter to be a very kind and charitable person. — Rebecca Gayheart
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Kevin Leman: Why does a dad matter so much to a daughter, in particular? A dad is Why does a dad matter so much to a daughter, in particular? A dad is the one who teaches a daughter what a male is all about. It's the first man in her life
the first man she loves, the first male she tries to please, the first man who says no to her, the first man to discipline her. In effect, he sets her up for success or failure with the opposite sex. Not only that, but she takes cues from how Dad treats Mom as she grows up about what to expect as a woman who is in a relationship with a man. So Dad sets up his daughter's marriage relationship too. — Kevin Leman
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Jeannette Walls: The way Mom saw it, women should let menfolk do the work because it made The way Mom saw it, women should let menfolk do the work because it made them feel more manly. That notion only made sense if you had a strong man willing to step up and get things done, and between Dad's gimp, Buster's elaborate excuses, and Apache's tendency to disappear, it was often up to me to keep the place from falling apart. But even when everyone was pitching in, we never got out from under all the work. I loved that ranch, though sometimes it did seem that instead of us owning the place, the place owned us. — Jeannette Walls
Dad From Daughter Sayings By Brodi Ashton: So you're really going to the dance?"I nodded as I sipped from the mug."Alone?""Not technically.There So you're really going to the dance?"
I nodded as I sipped from the mug.
"Alone?"
"Not technically.There should be other people there too."
He raised his eyebrows. "Did my sullen daughter just make a joke?" I smiled as he gave a chuckle. "You always used to make jokes when you were nervous," he said. His smile disappeared and he put a hand on my arm. "Are you nervous?"
He knew me better than I thought. "A little."
"Then why are you doing? I mean, won't most everyone there have dates?" He cleared his throat. "Because Tommy and I have a mean game of Uno planned."
I hugged him. "Thanks,Dad. Wish me luck. — Brodi Ashton
Dad From Daughter Sayings By J.K. Really: Very well. We now come to the point. Your mother insists upon your accepting it. Very well. We now come to the point. Your mother insists upon your accepting it. Is it not so, Mrs. Bennet?" Mrs. Bennet clenched both her fists. "Yes, or I will never see her again!" she sobbed. "An unhappy alternative is before you, Elizabeth." Mr. Bennet tsk-tsked. "From this day you must be a stranger to one of your parents. Your mother will never see you again if you do not marry Mr. Collins, and I will never see you again if you do." Lizzy shared a warm smile with her dad. She double-tapped her chest, he double-tapped his, and they did their super secret Favorite Daughter-Daddy handshake. Mrs. Bennet, at the sight of it, broke into sobs anew, and Mr. Collins quietly disappeared down the road, muttering that he would be spending the remainder of his visit at Lucas Lodge, if anybody gave a shit. Which emphatically they did not. — J.K. Really