The Shire – A Letter To Beckaa’s Father
I don’t usually give out parenting advice however I think you need some guidance on being a father. Firstly if you want your daughter Beckaa to finish University, tear up her credit card and don’t buy her a new pair of breasts.
Once she has to stand on her own two feet and wait on tables for $15 an hour she will realise that a degree is the one thing that can buy her all those things that are so important to her.
Also why are you encouraging her with her pageant dream? Simon Cowell, the judge on The X Factor, once said that parents don’t tell their kids the truth anymore and they turn up to auditions under the delusion they can sing, and are quite shocked when they receive a scathing review. This also relevant for Beckaa as well. Your daughter is not pageant pretty and DD bra cups are not going to get her there. You are not helping her by enabling this delusion. Stop indulging her NOW.
Over the years in business you may have had seminars, or education on the appropriate way to deal and touch female employees, take some of those guidelines and use them when you are interacting with your daughter.
Also Tony I don’t usually give corporate PR advice either however I am not sure your appearance on The Shire is a positive thing for your business image or company you are a Director of. Shareholders of the company may query whether your mind is on the job especially if the share prices and dividends are not as fabulous as they think they should be.
Driving around in a limo gives the impression you are loaded, and that you might be getting paid too much. You and I know that you did not pay for that limo and that it is usually not your mode of transport but again your shareholders may not be quite as savvy about the machinations of reality TV shows.
Anyway thanks for the entertainment without you and Beckaa The Shire the plot line would be very thin indeed.