Rules to online dating chris porter dating
This light hearted shirt is bringing thousands of Dads further into the important conversation of their role with their daughter. , I wrote a funny little blog about the “rules for dating my daughter.” I chuckled as I wrote it and never dreamed how much buzz it would receive.Through the magic of Social Media, it was by far the most read, passed around and commented on blog in the life of this little project.(Contents of “Rules” T-shirt protected under applicable copyright laws) I’m pretty sure this is how Nike got started, but my goals are not quite as lofty. Click the button below: This whole thing is funny to me! Alan Smyth Check out our book desinged to help Dads PS: Below Stu Graff has already found a great use for his shirt.At first I made a few dozen shirts and gave a few away. The cost is .95 per shirt (more for bigger sizes) Then add shipping & handling of course. He pinned it to his front door while his daughter was out on a date.In case you missed the February 18 blog or would just like to refresh yourself, go ahead and click HERE to see it again.Some of the feedback I received was around the actual rules. ” “I need that shirt” and “Dear God, get me that shirt.” Now, I am not in the apparel business. I am a Young Life Regional Director trying to reach lost kids in LA.The finale received a 3.9/8 rating share which gave ABC a third-place finish behind NBC's Dateline (5.8/11) and CBS's Joan of Arcadia (4.9/10), which starred Ritter's son, Jason.
The third season finale was not aired for May sweeps.The three new episodes that Ritter completed were aired with Sagal introducing them.8 Simple Rules returned two months after Ritter's death with a one-hour episode, "Goodbye", which was turned into a tribute to Ritter's character.The concept of a Dad issuing his ground rules for dating his daughter seemed to unite the entire tribe of Fathers!I’m guessing those rules are what all of us have been thinking but didn’t think we could actually ever say it.
The first season focused on Paul being left in charge of the kids after Cate takes a full-time job as a nurse, with comedic emphasis on his often strict rules concerning his daughters and dating.