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Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Wisdom of Dads: Loving Stories about Fathers and Being a Father

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 8, 2013

    Yea right. No WAY!!

    Dads are so unfair. They are so stubborn and they think you never do anything right! One time I had a personal experince, my dad got really mad at me because I ate upstairs and I was not sopposed to. But that was over three mounthes ago and he says he does not trust me!! So a couple of days ago I asked my mom and dad if I could buy an ipod. ( not to mention I offered to buy it with my OWN money!) You will never guess what he said...NO with a capital N because he said he doesn't trust me because I broke the rule about eating upstairs when I was told not to! That is so unfair because I said I was sorry nd that I would never do it again. And ya know what else he said? He said to not ever ask him that question until next year!!
    Well, I am going to ask him on January 1st if I can buy an ipod.
    But then on second thought, everytime my dad gets mad at me, he comes back to me and says, "Kayla, when does Daddy love ya? Do I love you when you obey? Do I love you disobey? Daddy loves ya ALL the time!" So do you know what? Just forget this whole answer. Daddys know whats best and I live my daddy VERY much :-) this book actually diserves 6 stars.

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