A cultural phenomenon with unknown origins, first recognized in association to the classic film "Freddy Got Fingered" where Gordy's dad chases the animator executive David Davidson around the office while yelling "no big daddy, don't hurt me big daddy!"
The phrase seemed to appear in slow, but steadily growing use around the campus of Kansas State University, with frequent spontaneous spurts of the phrase for no particular reason.
"No Daddy No" is such a versatile phrase, because it has duel meanings.
The duel meanings are known when creating a scenario, with a person sounding troubled, and a small voice screaming 'no daddy no'. This can sometimes sound disturbing to ignorant or naive individuals, so it can be "cleaned-up" by ending the statement with an explanatory remark.
"Open the door Boy!"...
-(door knob shaking)
"NO DADDY! NO!"
"You didn't eat what I told you to!"
"Boy! You get back to the table and eat your sausage!"
"No Daddy No! That's not real sausage!"
"Your mother worked hard to make this vegan garbage, so eat up!"