Fifty Shades – A Dad’s Perspective (Part Deuce)


Things For the “Mr. Greys” of the World To Consider When Dealing With My Daughter

25.  She shot her first gun before she was 10.

24.  Her family is bigger than you think.

23.  You never know whose dad is a ninja…until its too late.

22.  Her dad has a 9mm.

21.  Her dad has friends who are on standby.

20.  Her dad has a brother.

19.  Her dad has an expert marksmanship ribbon.

18.  Her dad spent three months living in the desert in the Middle East.

17.  Her dad has a 12 Gauge.

16.  Her grandpa taught her dad how to shoot, grandpa is still around.

15.  Her dad is a firearms instructor.

14.  Her dad has a 357 Magnum.

13.  Her dad is a veteran.

12.  Her dad is an attorney.

11.  Her dad is watching you right now.

10.  She has a brother, he doesn’t like you.

9.   Her dad was given samurai swords by the Japanese military, you should be asking why.

8.   Her dad has watched the Godfather way too may times.

7.   Apologies for hurting her are not accepted.

6.  Her mother and grandmothers will try to get to you first, pray this doesn’t happen.

5.   Her dad thinks she does no wrong.

4.   Her dad has no fear.

3.   She will always be daddy’s little girl.

2.  Her dad is happy to go to prison for killing a man named “Grey”.

1.  Her dad has a very particular set of skills, skills he has acquired over a very long career. Skills that make him a nightmare for people like you. If you let his daughter go now, that’ll be the end of it. He will not look for you, he will not pursue you. But if you don’t, he will look for you, he will find you, and he will kill you.

 


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