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Today, my dad met my boyfriend for the first time. He soon "casually" took a huge knife from the kitchen drawer and told my boyfriend that he's always wondered what it'd be like to stab someone. FML

By quit fucking up my life - / Saturday 23 November 2013 01:08 / United States - Kenai
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Is he fucking crazy? What the hell is wrong with him? He's going about this all wrong. That's way too direct. The correct thing to say is, "I have a rusty scalpel, plenty of lidocaine, and an intimate knowledge of male anatomy. Have a nice time tonight."

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I don't understand that attitude one bit. I'd let my potential future daughter make her own decisions and do my best to make sure she's smart enough to do so.

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It's because we women are delicate pathetic flowers that need man to protect us! Not. My dad never pulled this shit because he respects me as a human being. He is always there for me and I'm grateful he's not a possessive ass.

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My father always says he would kill any man who hurts me. And by hurt I mean phisically. I think it's cute, he wouldn't really kill the man in question, but he would help me if I needed him. I think that's what OP's father meant. At least I hope so.

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Stabbing someone isn't really like people talk it up to be. It's just an "Oh shit!" kind of feeling. Just make sure you do it with something real badass, you don't want to be known as the guy who stabbed someone with a fruit peeler. I preformed my first stabbing with a katana.

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That would have made for a great reply from the boyfriend, "Well if you've always wondered that you should come to my class, I teach sword fighting, I have a 4th level black belt."

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#41, are you sure you stabbed someone? Your profile picture makes it seem as though you're a Storm Trooper, and I think we all know how renowned your kind are for your accuracy.

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Said this below, will repeat it here. Just because your daughter is special to you, doesn't give you the right to threaten to stab other people who have done nothing wrong. I get it, you care about your daughter, but that doesn't mean some guy who dares to date her should have to pay for that. Having a daughter doesn't give you a licence to threaten people with a knife. Maybe I have a son, and if someone pointed a knife at my son I would meet this person and point a gun in their face - reasonable?

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To all the people who think this is a great idea - what do you actually want to achieve? Scaring your daughter's boyfriend or protecting your daughter? Because they're not always the same tthing. I can't speak for everyone but when I first started seeing a guy I was terrified of how my dad might react. It did not lead to me cautiously warning my boyfriend, it led to me dating him in secret for 6 months. When my parents thought I was with friends, I was actually taking trains 1.5 hours away. I even lost my virginity before they knew I'd kissed anyone, let alone had a 'sex talk'. That is A LOT more dangerous than just being respectful and having a good relationship with both daughter and boyfriend. I did it because I trusted my boyfriend and myself. Fortunately I was right and we're still together 4 years later, however, I know I was lucky and it could have gone horribly wrong a la him being a crazy person, me getting stranded in the middle of nowhere, etc.

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Is he fucking crazy? What the hell is wrong with him? He's going about this all wrong. That's way too direct. The correct thing to say is, "I have a rusty scalpel, plenty of lidocaine, and an intimate knowledge of male anatomy. Have a nice time tonight."

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