Taylor is living the single life when he's informed that custody of a 14-year-old girl has been transferred to him.
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Getting up earlier means an early start, at least. Have a piece to write for GQ today. #freelancelife
How cool! What about?
A Ukrainian shoe designer. Awesome guy. Article won't be out for a month or two.
Okay, wait. Just checked yesterday's mail and got the weirdest letter.
This doesn't make sense. Says I'm a dad. A dad?! What the...?
I can't say no. You should see this kid. I mean, her mom died. City worker said if I don't take her, she'll stay in a children's home.
Okay, tell me again. What do teenage girls eat for breakfast? Salad?
Man, I wish she'd make her bed. Does this make me sound OCD?
What?! No way! No, no way. These papers say I'm her dad. I'm on her birth certificate. Who's messing with me here?
Whoa!! What? What's going on?
Hey buddy, that sounds crazy. Uh, you sure about this? That you're not the kid's dad, I mean?
Jo wanted to know what I was doing. I told her. She got upset. I think she thinks I'm lying to her about not being her dad.
I told her she can come to the hospital with me. We're in this together. She agreed. Not sure what I'm getting myself into.
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