This is a discussion on What to say when meeting your Daughters boyfriend. within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; yeah, yeah, they all say that. By the time your daughter is a teenager and she's slammed her bedroom door for the thousandth time you'll ...
yeah, yeah, they all say that. By the time your daughter is a teenager and she's slammed her bedroom door for the thousandth time you'll be telling the guy, "if you bring her back I'll get a restraining order".
It may be that your sole purpose in life is simply to serve as a warning to others.
"Son I ain't known you long enough to miss you when your gone"
As stated by Johnny Cash to Rodney Crowell when Roseanne brought him home Thanksgiving to meet her parents
When my daughter was 16, she brought her first serious boyfriend home to meet us. I invited the boy over at a later date to help me with some chores around the farm. We were castrating some calves.
By the look on his face, I think he got the message.
Ignorance is a long way from stupid, but left unchecked, can get there real fast.
I never paid much mind to any of my girlfriends' fathers. The only one I've ever really gave a **** about is my current girlfriend's father because we have a lot in common and I work in the same building as him.
I would invite him out for a ride and take him the woods give him a shovel and tell him to start digging! And explain to him it's his grave if he hurts her!
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I don't have a daughter but I'll tell any boy in my house to pull his pants up. If the pants will not stay up then he will leave not to return without a proper belt.
Of all the absurd things I have ever written I like this one the most.
There is a solution but we are not Jedi... not yet.
We have deep thinkers and stinkers in this group that could come up with a solution...
Actually, by God's grace (and I mean that), my daughter is highly discriminating. If one makes it onto HER list, I'm quite likely to find him to be a fine fellow. And she's asked me not to get all 'bristly-bearded' with the poor kid, so I'll probably behave myself.
But we do have a fair amount of acreage out back...
I,m a secound hand lion and when my girls were dating the night the boys show up to take them out was the night I was cleaning my guns and putting a edge on my model 7 Randal
This may sound a bit pedantic given the humorous tone of this thread, but as a father of two daughters (now in their 20's) I'll say this. Raise your daughters to have a positive and strong self-image. Teach them what is right and wrong. Help them through their teenage years to avoid the negative peer pressure that is so pervasive these days (easier said than done I know). Teach them to be independent and think for themselves (even if what they think isn't what you'd prefer). Treat your wife, or women in your life, the way you want boys to treat your daughters, they learn a lot by that example and it establishes what a good relationship is. Girls with self-confidence and a positive image of men/women relationships will chose boyfriends that treat them with respect and reject those who do not.
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"You break her heart and I'll rip yours out and feed it to you while it's still beating."
"I've got a gun, a shovel, and no one's gonna miss you."
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Paranoia strikes deep, into your life it will creep. It starts when you're always afraid... Buffalo Springfield - For What It's Worth
Geez, I always thought I was lucky that we only have boys (4 of them, plus my husband, I'm greatly outnumbered). None of them are dating age yet, but I'm worried about all you fathers of girls. My 14-year old step-son would break out in tears and pee his pants, and my 13-year old would either pass out or shake so hard he couldn't turn the knob to leave your house (I know, I have a couple of "sensitive" boys ). My youngest boys (and the hope for our future, lol) would offer to load your magazines and haul your ammo cans, all while saying "Yes, sir" and "Anything else, sir?". I'd never see those two again, you'd keep them for yourselves, lol!
My daughter is precious to me and the first time her date comes to pick her up for a evening out, 1. He better knock at my door like a gentlemen
2. He better address me as SIR
3. He is going to let me tape measure him from head to toe. You can figure out the rest
4. He is not going to be wearing ear rings in his nose or be dressed like a slob.
My daughter is not old enough to date at the present moment and I told her even when she is thirty it's not an option. In the mean time, I am going to add to the above list and by time she is old enough to date and I have added a few more requirements, whom ever wants to date her will be scared away...