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Buzz
10-11-2011, 02:26 PM
And anyone who gets the idea that they might like to date her. Should be good for a few laughs... Or not!


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road kill
10-11-2011, 02:58 PM
And anyone who gets the idea that they might like to date her. Should be good for a few laughs... Or not!


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Buzz,
Finally, we agree on something.

Who'd of ever thunk it???

RK

duckheads
10-11-2011, 04:08 PM
That makes two of us Stan.

Thanks for posting Buzz. With 13 and 12 yr old daughters I think I will need several so I don't run out!

Hew
10-11-2011, 04:22 PM
I like.

Blessed w/ three daughters...12, 9 and 7. My time fast approaches.

Mike Smith
10-11-2011, 04:33 PM
I bought a box .270 rounds with nickel cases. When a new boyfriend came over I wrote his name on it with a Sharpie and put it on the mantel on the fireplace with the others. Along with one empty with a name on it. Daughter thought it was cool and insisted I put the name of what would to be her husband on one. I knew she was going to marry that one.

Terri
10-11-2011, 09:57 PM
Dads are just too funny. Last week I wanted to scare my 19 year old daughter's boyfriend because he called one of my dog's a homosexual on face book so I sent him a message from my husband's account. He sent a text to my daughter in less than 5 seconds telling her he was afraid of her dad and should he not come over that night. She even had a good laugh. I'm amazed the kid has stuck around for 2 years. My husband told the kid he was not afraid to go to jail at their first meeting. My brother-in-law, my husband's best friend, and the next door neighbor have all tried to run the kid off with threats to his life, but he just won't go away. The funny thing is he is a real good kid and tells me he is going to do the same thing to his future daughter's boy friends.

Our oldest daughter lost a boyfriend when he came to pick her up for a school dance and my husband asked for his phone number, his parent's number, and his best friends number. I think it was the friend's number that got him running. He told my daughter your mom is a real nice lady, but you dad needs to lighten up for the next guy that wants to take you out. I know he still is friends with our daughter, but he could not take the heat.

Our son has it way too easy.

Terri

Cody Covey
10-12-2011, 12:21 AM
Dads are just too funny. Last week I wanted to scare my 19 year old daughter's boyfriend because he called one of my dog's a homosexual on face book so I sent him a message from my husband's account. He sent a text to my daughter in less than 5 seconds telling her he was afraid of her dad and should he not come over that night. She even had a good laugh. I'm amazed the kid has stuck around for 2 years. My husband told the kid he was not afraid to go to jail at their first meeting. My brother-in-law, my husband's best friend, and the next door neighbor have all tried to run the kid off with threats to his life, but he just won't go away. The funny thing is he is a real good kid and tells me he is going to do the same thing to his future daughter's boy friends.

Our oldest daughter lost a boyfriend when he came to pick her up for a school dance and my husband asked for his phone number, his parent's number, and his best friends number. I think it was the friend's number that got him running. He told my daughter your mom is a real nice lady, but you dad needs to lighten up for the next guy that wants to take you out. I know he still is friends with our daughter, but he could not take the heat.

Our son has it way too easy.

Terri

You probably feed him to well :) If he comes over for dinner make him eat a TV dinner. I bet that would work better than threats!

Buzz
10-12-2011, 09:08 AM
I like.

Blessed w/ three daughters...12, 9 and 7. My time fast approaches.


My daughter will turn 13 this winter so those dreaded years are fast approaching for me too. I have noticed that the interest from boys she's known for years seems to be taking on a different tone these days and I don't like it. ;-) I have been happy to see the way she brushes it off but I assume that with time that will change...

I have joked with her that I will make it clear to any boy who chases her that I own lots of guns and I am pretty damn good at hitting a moving target.:cool:

road kill
10-12-2011, 09:13 AM
My daughter will turn 13 this winter so those dreaded years are fast approaching for me too. I have noticed that the interest from boys she's known for years seems to be taking on a different tone these days and I don't like it. ;-) I have been happy to see the way she brushes it off but I assume that with time that will change...

I have joked with her that I will make it clear to any boy who chases her that I own lots of guns and I am pretty damn good at hitting a moving target.:cool:


Don't forget to show them your knife collection as well!!!:D

RK

Hew
10-12-2011, 09:23 AM
In high school I used to date Jack Pardee's daughter. He was an NFL player, coach and one of Bear Bryant's "Junction Boys." He didn't need guns or knives to send a cold shiver down my spine. :oops:

I gotta practice "the look."

Hew
10-12-2011, 09:30 AM
I have noticed that the interest from boys she's known for years seems to be taking on a different tone these days and I don't like it. ;-) I have been happy to see the way she brushes it off but I assume that with time that will change...
I don't have those worries yet. Most of my oldest daughter's male peers are fellow ballet students. Anyone who ever says being "it" is a choice and not biological has never spent 5 mins at a dance studio. Not that there's anything wrong with that. ;-)

Kate8706
10-12-2011, 12:40 PM
On my prom night I was seen off by the Chief of police, A police sergeant, and the head of the department of public works in addition to my dad, just so my date knew that he would have no trouble disposing of a body.

Nothing was worse than my first kiss however. No dad didn't catch us, but Duke, my old mutt wasn't too happy when he leaned in for the kiss. I had never heard him bark so loud! He never did like the boys I dated.

BonMallari
10-12-2011, 01:03 PM
I dont have a daughter but am very protective of females: case in point I had a platonic female roommate when I lived in DFW and her date slipped her some extasy, but luckily one of her girlfriends found out and I was able to go rescue her from the club before she started tripping out (which she did)...I got a phone call the next day from the guy after my roomie told him that I was armed and looking for him, he left town soon afterwards...and yes I was armed and thats all I will admit