“I’m a quiet life kind of man and then overnight the video just blew up and I’ve had messages from all over saying how funny it is.” John’s video has had an astonishing 1.4million views in just a couple of days and has been shared over 15,000 times.
Reserve a night a week for cheap date nights: picnics, walks, movies, etc. We won’t be able to give to others if we aren’t okay alone. She has a degree in Theology from the Catholic University of Lisbon, is currently teaching English and has special interest in Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body.
Plan time for one another, learn to talk, be open, enjoy each other, learn to play and laugh together. In one of my most memorable confessions, the priest asked me to reflect on the question, what is your problem with solitude? but waiting is at the heart of the biblical experience and is how God grows us. Julie Rodrigues is a 25-year-old Portuguese-American who grew up in California, but moved to Portugal for college and hás been there ever since.
Live your life focused on putting God first, investing in a deeper relationship with him and with others, but remaining OPEN. Love is accepting the whole package unconditionally… “We can say that inner innocence (that is, the rightness of intention) in the exchange of the gift consists in a reciprocal ‘acceptance’ of the other in such a way that it corresponds to the very essence of the gift; in this way, the mutual gift creates the communion of persons. If you have it when you aren’t ready to be a parent or ready to make a total gift of yourself, it will poison your relationship. The more you know someone, the more you’ll want to love them.
If you are still single, know that a boyfriend/girlfriend is a gift, not something you can force or work for. The more you love someone, the more you’ll want to know them. A priest, a nun, another couple or a couple’s group are great tools for learning to understand one another, and not eat each other alive, learning to balance each other out and live life together.
And he then adds: “See your boyfriend’s dad, daddy will take him hostage and lock him a cupboard.” The Bardykes Nursery pupil is adamant however, that she will have a boyfriend and is quick to remind her protective dad of this, screaming: “Dad listen, I want a boyfriend, and when I’m older I’m getting a boyfriend.” Her irate dad replies: “You’re no getting a boyfriend, you’re going to be a nun,” before pulling out his crucifix and telling his beloved Grace once again: “You’re going to be a nun and you’re gonna work for Jesus!
” John, an industrial painter and member of the well-known Tyre Walk ‘n’ Rollers band explained: “It was all just a bit of fun with my little girl Grace over the weekend.
Since then, it has been shared online by 15,000 people and has been viewed over 1.4million times.
In the video he is seen explaining to his daughter Grace what will happen if she ever gets a boyfriend – including jokingly telling her “daddy will break his legs”.
A video of a Blantyre dad debating with his four-year-old daughter over the likelihood of her EVER getting a boyfriend has gone viral.
John Tierney (37) posted the hilarious 40-second clip to his Facebook page on Sunday and overnight it had gained thousands of views.
John added: “The response has been phenomenal and the compliments Grace has received have been overwhelming.