Country Living Series

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Guns don't kill people...

A friend sent me this.


I thought it was apropos, considering that we have two pretty daughters...

15 comments:

  1. I was unable to view this. When I clicked on the title, it took me to the same page. Then when I clicked on the box with "Guns don't KILL people..." in it, another picture came up of of the same title. No article, cartoon, joke or funny story! What gives? --Fred in AZ

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    1. It's a poster that says: "Guns don't kill people. Dads with pretty daughters kill people."

      - Patrice

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  2. We have two pretty daughter two. One is married. The other daughter's male friend may need to see this on a t-shirt worn by Dad.
    I like it.
    andy

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    1. At the county fair today I saw a t shirt "DADD Dads Against Daughters Dating". I've heard the clogan before, but it was the first time I saw it in print.
      Chemechie

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  3. I like it. I live the motto. I have a adult daughter and 15 year old. I told my brand new son in law on wedding day, when he told me he would do anything for her. I told him I hope so. I also told him if ever raised his hand to her, I would come a knocking.

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  4. Hahahahaha!!!!!!
    So true! :o)
    Have a great week!

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  5. One of the wives we know said that when she and her husband were courting, her dad invited her beau into the den for a talk. Now he expected to get the cleaning a pistol speech or something of that nature. He was really surprised when the dad didn't threaten him but instead asked questions about what his intentions were concerning his daughter and what he intended to do in life. No sweat.

    As they talked though, he noticed a cartridge nearby. At first he didn't think anything about it -- that is until he realized that his name was written on the brass.

    Dave

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    1. Great idea , I am a reloader maybe I should engrave Son In laws name on a cartridge , for punctuation on my point.

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  6. Older and younger daughter have had a fine upbringing and have long displayed strong character, good judgment and wisdom, and I suspect they'll look on any prospective suitors with almost as jaundiced an eye as mom and dad. Don't reckon you'll have too much trouble.

    Jeff - Tucson

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  7. http://www.businessinsider.com/cj-grishams-13-rules-of-gunfighting-everyone-should-know-2012-8

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  8. I have a very pretty granddaughter--who is a red belt in karate!! Agressive guys beware!! She is working toward the black belt!!

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  9. So do Step Fathers and 4 older bothers - especially those that raised the daughter since she was two! Thankfully our 21 year old is intelligent, has self respect and won't tolerate being mistreated by anyone. We've always said, it's the man who should be more afraid of our girl than of her Dad seeing as she can kick her older brothers butts.

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  10. The biggest objection to me wasn't from my now-father-in-law-then-girlfriend's-husband. It was from her friends who got enraged at a Southern belle like her marrying a damnyankee like me.

    My wife doesn't want to know the gender of the baby due in November, so I may have a daughter or a son. If I have a daughter, I hope I am not forced to kill anyone.

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  11. My husband's favorite line is: "Son, you treat her right, because I don't mind one bit going back to prison."

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  12. My husband uses the "I don't mind going back to prison "speech but what the poor boy doesn't know is that my husband was just there training firefighters!

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