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2006/07/18 15:15:59 (permalink)
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Meeting the Dad...

I was having an argument with a friend in the pub the other night (standard pub argument) 'Who has it worse when meeting your partners parents? Men or Women?'

I reckon if you're a bloke, it's so much harder to meet parents. You have to stand there and look this bloke you've never met before in the eye, shake his hand and make pleasant conversation with him... all the while both of you know that you're shagging his daughter, his little girl. That's genuinely terrifying! He could explode at any moment! I would in his shoes!

She was arguing that it's impossible to live up to a mother's expectations of a partner for her son. What's so bad about that?! So what? She's unreasonable! The Father has a legitimate reason for wanting to tear the head off the bloke who is violating his daughter!

We do not forgive. We do not forget. 
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    Total Rebuild
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    RE: Meeting the Dad... 2006/07/18 15:19:08 (permalink)
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    I've never had a problem meeting a gf's parents to be honest. I've always just thought, 'if you expect your daughter to be a child for the rest of her life then thats your problem dude'.
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    freak_in_cage
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    RE: Meeting the Dad... 2006/07/18 15:38:41 (permalink)
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    maybe they are about the same?! gonna vary so much depending on what the parents are like, not a hugely interesting conversation was it?!
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    RE: Meeting the Dad... 2006/07/18 15:52:22 (permalink)
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    The sound both just as bad but still as i am a bloke i have to say it is harder for the bloke but then again if i was a woman i would be saying it different

    But then again my Mum and GF got on really well from day one
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    RE: Meeting the Dad... 2006/07/18 15:56:48 (permalink)
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    I've met a few dads in my time, and as long as your polite and nice they haven't got a problem. Most dads understand that their daughter is gonna get a boyfriend and start shagging (im sure he expects gran kids). Though depends how young the girl is mate, the younger she is, the more likely the dad might feel more protective.
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    RE: Meeting the Dad... 2006/07/18 17:00:20 (permalink)
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    I never met a mum who liked me! Never went out of my way to make a good impression either so that might have had something to do with it, and you end up having to go to family occasions and things if they like you!
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    RE: Meeting the Dad... 2006/07/18 17:16:47 (permalink)
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    All the parents of girls I've been with have really liked me. I've always got on with all of them, mother and father.

    I'm just myself really if people don't like me as far as I'm concerned - it's their problem, not mine. I'll really laid back and chatty and I like a good chat. So far I have found it easy with parents. I am sure though I will come across more akward related occasions when we have a dodgy parent who doesn't approve of my muscular shape, bald head, and tattoo's lol.
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    RE: Meeting the Dad... 2006/07/18 17:25:56 (permalink)
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    In most cases it's usually the girl who has it the most tough possibly due to what your g/f says. Mothers will more often than not criticise (even though they may keep it to themselves) about how the girl is looking after her baby. Blokes usually get beyond this and can often become good mates, they see beyond the sex and are happy if the guy is 'looking after his baby'

    I would say the for embarassment purposes, first meetings are possibly the hardest for a guy
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    RE: Meeting the Dad... 2006/07/18 17:31:12 (permalink)
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    fathers are easy to get on with. just do your homework. find out their hobby and do the minimum research required not to sound like a clown

    on arrival simply talk about him and what he likes to do, show an interest.

    as for meeting the mother? most middle age women like big arms and a bit of muscle so i dont have to say much, just smile and then make my excuses as i need to either (1) attend church (2) go and do my nans shopping

    my relationships rarely progress to this stage, in fact they rarely progress beyond establishing their name....... but in an ideal world i would employ the protocol above
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    RE: Meeting the Dad... 2006/07/18 17:36:59 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: ToxicToffee

    fathers are easy to get on with. just do your homework. find out their hobby and do the minimum research required not to sound like a clown

    on arrival simply talk about him and what he likes to do, show an interest.

    as for meeting the mother? most middle age women like big arms and a bit of muscle so i dont have to say much, just smile and then make my excuses as i need to either (1) attend church (2) go and do my nans shopping

    my relationships rarely progress to this stage, in fact they rarely progress beyond establishing their name....... but in an ideal world i would employ the protocol above


    Lol you're mad.
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    RE: Meeting the Dad... 2006/07/18 17:40:05 (permalink)
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    probably why i am single
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    RE: Meeting the Dad... 2006/07/18 17:48:04 (permalink)
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    I actually agree with what TT has said.

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    RE: Meeting the Dad... 2006/07/18 17:49:45 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: ToxicToffee
    my relationships rarely progress to this stage, in fact they rarely progress beyond establishing their name....... but in an ideal world i would employ the protocol above


    Same
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    RE: Meeting the Dad... 2006/07/18 18:24:57 (permalink)
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    it shouldnt be an issue meetingt he parent although i once met som ebirds parents as i was pickin this girl up and her father pulled in to some side room and started quizzin me i never even bothered to take the girl out couldnt be ased i basically blew me gasket adt the father and stormed out like a little boy.

    funny now i look back at it to be honest
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    RE: Meeting the Dad... 2006/07/18 20:00:46 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: virtuosity

    Anyone ever see that Dr. Pepper advert where the guy goes round to take the girl to the prom or whatever, and the dad offers him a Dr. Pepper...they wrestle a bit over it and he ends up knocking out the dad or killing him, or something...Absolute classic!

    What's the worst that can happen?


    seen that one bloody genius!
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    RE: Meeting the Dad... 2006/07/18 20:11:37 (permalink)
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    ive never had a problem with parents and have always got on well with the mother to the point where i treated my ex's mother like my own cause she was real close to me and could sit and tell her anything

    if your a bloke id say work on the mother not the father casue we all know who wears the trousers in the house
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