Maybe the Americans can help me out here. When would you use the expression “who’s your daddy”? I gather from the context of dialogues in which I’ve heard it used that it means something like “Who’s the boss?”
Which of these situations are suitable for a “who’s your daddy?”?
a. Your sports team is kicking the opposition team’s bottom. You shout “Who’s your daddy?” at the losing team.
b. You have your girlfriend over your knee and are spanking her.
c. You are at a pub, find Cold Front, and put him in a head lock.
d. You are giving Tomas’ doll a good rogering.