Who's your daddy?


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Who's your daddy?

A phrase humorously asserting one's superiority or authority over the person to whom the question is posed. I just beat you three games in a row! Who's your daddy?
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The founding fathers, pop culture, and constitutional law; who's your daddy?
All of which adds an even more troubling subtext to the already disturbing question: "Who's your daddy?"
True Entertainment and Brighter Pictures - owned by Big Brother makers Endemol - is touting it as a follow-up to Who's Your Daddy? which showed a adopted woman finding her dad to win pounds 50,000.
Who's Your Daddy?, aired on Monday night, reunited a woman with a former Marine and his old high school girlfriend, who had given her up for adoption about 30 years ago.
First, it is always preferable to preface the pressure-packed "Didja get married?" with an initial "Hello" or "How are you?" or even a "How about those Red Sox?" We are amused to observe how our questions have changed--from the "Who's your daddy?" of early gay liberation to the "Who's the father?" of the baby boom; from the propositional "Do you warms?" to the proposing "Do you wanna get married?"
In the US, Fox were panned for Who's Your Daddy? - a show where adopted kids had to guess who their biological fathers were.