Meeting girl's parents 31 replies

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Nusentinsaino

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#1 13 years ago

Im 18 years old and i still need some advice, and Lord Wiener and Mr. Matt you both know that you both are the advice kings :bows: Anyway, I have known this girl from 4th grade and she moved out that year. Well last night was the first time i have seen her ever since... :eek: omg she has grown a lot! :naughty: She has invited me to her house to meet her parents and her brother as well. I dont mind meeting her brother because he is my age, but her parents? Damn... I know a lot of men hate meeting parents but i loathe doing that the most, I am affriad that i will do some moronic actions against her parents making her reject me :( but shit can happen... so i need some adivce into increasing my confident on meeting parents :uhoh:




SnuFFeh

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#2 13 years ago

Lol, I did it last night. Just say "hey" and shake the dads hand. Simplaz!

If your havin' food with them, just remember teh table manners :p




AegenemmnoN VIP Member

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#3 13 years ago

be polite, remember table manners, and dont talk about Bush. :p

thats really all you can do.

i personally hate eating food at other people's houses..




Donavan

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#4 13 years ago

ah just be yourself, it will all work out :)




AzH

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#5 13 years ago

avoid religion & politics as subjects of discussion. laugh at the jokes. don't belch or fart.

make sure you have a wash.




suzukiltd

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#6 13 years ago

Yeah, also dont talk about wars, guns, and stuff like that. Dont talk that with any girl actually unless you want her to lose interest in you.




FactionRecon

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#7 13 years ago

Remember "yes sir, no sir" and "yes ma'am, no ma'am" in ANY GIVEN SITUATION. It really pays off.




Yannick

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#8 13 years ago

Well SIR is a bit suckery upery, they might not like that. Tell them you have good gades, and hope to be a doctor, and that you can see where their daughter gets her beauty from. remember manners, and be nice.




FactionRecon

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#9 13 years ago

SIR, suck-uppery? No way. Perhaps way down in New Zealand (;)) it's not common manners for juniors to use this with seniors, but up here in the South (...?) it's quite common. It's seen as a sign of respect and maturity.




mEkImIrMe

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#10 13 years ago

Who cares what her parents think of you, be an individual.