I May Look Like My Daddy But I Have My Mom’s Attitude shirt, hoodie, tank top
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
I look freakishly similar to my father, which is pretty unfortunate for me as my dad is below average looking even by men’s standards. My mother was a very pretty young woman and my brother and sister take more after her. Not only do we not look related, my sister seems to be a completely different race from me (a bit like a pretty tanned Latina…we’re French-Canadian!). The only things I inherited from my mother seem to be her flaws – thin and elastic skin that doesn’t age well, odd looking stubby fingernails, moles and spider veins galore, and overlong body hair.”
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I May Look Like My Daddy But I Have My Mom’s Attitude shirt
You look like your dad buy you have your mom’s attitude, this I May Look Like My Daddy But I Have My Mom’s Attitude shirt is a nice shirt that you should have. Many of your relatives probably have an answer to the question of whether you are more your mother or your father’s child. But the correct answer to the question is not as simple as it might seem. Genetically, you actually carry more of your mother’s genes than your father’s. That’s because of little organelles that live within your cells, the mitochondria, which you only receive from your mother. Mitochondria are the energy-producing factories of the cell; without them, a cell would not be able to generate energy from food. Mitochondria have an interesting history, as about 1.5-billion to 2-billion years ago they were free-living organisms. The ancestor of all mitochondria was a bacterium that was engulfed by another bacterium, but for one reason or another not digested, giving rise to the eukaryotes. The eukaryotes are basically all plants, animals and fungi, plus some rather weird organisms grouped together under Protista.