D.” and in smaller script below this acronym it read: “Dads Against Daughters Dating”.My father was like the man at Car Free Day, proud of his opposition to his daughter dating.These tee shirts are available in eight different colors and seven (got that, SEVEN) sizes.Yes, we realize that some of you are no longer a fit and trim size 44 chest, so we're offering our awesome shirts in sizes up to triple XL.(Especially now that I’m a member of the club.) I really appreciate fathers who actively look for special events to share with their daughters. She’s a fantastic lunch companion, I’ve never seen anyone enjoy a trip to a museum more than she does, and there are few things in the world I enjoy more than having a long, rambling conversation with her while we lazily walk around the zoo with her on my shoulders.But I do have an issue with how society portrays father-daughter interactions, a portrayal that is, in part, reinforced by events like Daddy-Daughter Dances. Rather, if a father and daughter are out together in public, everyone says they’re on a DADDY-DAUGHTER DATE. For the record, I do not want to go on a date with my daughter. But, if I’m being honest, the term “Daddy-Daughter Date” just creeps me out to my core. Because I went on dates, a lot of dates, before I met her mother, and many of those dates were flirty, awkward, tense, embarrassing, and, occasionally, sexual. Got a great idea for the next Iron Horse Helmet T-shirt, send it to us - we won't give ya nothing for it, but we might use it and will be sure to take all the credit for it. Make a statement or make 'em laugh with T-shirts from Iron Horse Helmets.
There was face-painting and cookies and, after the scheduled balloon drop accidentally dropped half an hour early, my daughter and her friend asked if we could leave, so they could play at home.
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I was in mortal fear of what would happen when boys entered their lives. Would they pick losers because they thought they didn’t deserve better?
My solution was to join the imaginary organization DADD (Dads Against Daughters Dating), whose slogan is, “Shoot the first one, the word will spread.” In other words, I had no solution.