8 simple rule for dating my teenage daughter
One minute your daughter is wearing bunny slippers and demanding bedtime stories.
The next, she's wearing a midriff-baring t-shirt and demanding the car keys.8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter takes us shriek by shriek thorugh the process of raising teenage girls, including braces (the most expensive metal on earth), the telephone (seemingly wired to her nervous system), and, of course, dating (Rule #2: Keep your hands and eyes off my daughter's body, or I will remove them).
“The talk of parents nationwide.” —People magazine“Witty, wise, and excruciatingly on the money...
Cameron captures the angst that every father of a teenage daughter feels.” —Charles Shyer, writer/director of Father of the Bride I and II“W.
Bruce Cameron is the Dave Barry of modern family life.” —John Temple, Rocky Mountain News W.
), teen "logic" ("I asked if I could go out with Lindsey and you said no, so I went out with Courtney"), and, of course, dating, which leads to the 8 Simple Rules. Wonderful oneliners as "In my opinion a daughter's underwear has the same purpose as the police: to preserve and protect" And about underwear...(Rule #1: if you pull into my driveway and honk, you'd better be delivering a package, because you're sure as heck not picking anything up.) If your little girl has moved out and a teenager has taken her place, this book will help you do something you probably thought was not possible in your situation: laugh. Thong underwear is about as sensible as wearing a slingshot"W.Bruce Cameron was born in Petoskey, Michigan in 1960.He sold his first short story when he was 16 years old to The Kansas City Star and was paid .00.He graduated from Westminster College and became a freelance writer.
He eventually took a string of day jobs to support his writing habit including driving an ambulance; repossessing cars; selling life insurance, wine making equipment, and men's clothing; programming computers, and analyzing financial statements.