Go Ask Daddy About Impossible Pets, PATs and Comedic Slips

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photo credit: Kalexanderson via photopin cc

I feel like the kicker who signed with the team just before the Super Bowl.

GAD GRAPHICMonday, the book “Clash of the Couples” debuted. It’s the creation of 46 writers on the science (or art?) of Coupledom. This has been an issue since we fellas gave up the rib in exchange for the fairer sex.

This is 300-plus pages of a series of attempts to document the sanity of it all.

After months of planning and beta reading and editing, it made its debut just this week and has garnered glowing reviews.

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Go Ask Daddy, Grown-Up Edition: Mom Cafe’s Chris Carter Questions Coach Daddy

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When a team lets a player go, he must turn in his playbook. It’s a sacred text. So sacred, in fact, you might end up let go if you lose or compromise your play book.

I’m about to answer questions about my team – my, gender – posed by one of my favorite girl bloggers, Chris Carter, of The Mom Café.

I do this at the risk of having my playbook yanked, my spot on the ‘team’ taken away, my membership card revoked.

Pay attention. That’s a steep price to pay.

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