Dodged a bullet

By Anonymous - 16/10/2020 22:02 - United Kingdom

Today, I met my girlfriend's parents. Her father looked me up and down, said, “No” then went back to his TV. My girlfriend immediately broke up with me and threw me out. I even had to get a really expensive taxi home, because we’d driven in her car and I had no idea what part of the city I was in. FML
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Better off without her. Seems like she's destined for the spinster life.

Really wondering if there is something obviously objectionable about you. If my daughter brought back a trainwreck of a person I would probably do the same.

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Better off without her. Seems like she's destined for the spinster life.

Really wondering if there is something obviously objectionable about you. If my daughter brought back a trainwreck of a person I would probably do the same.

nah leaving him stranded outside is a shitty thing to do regardless of what he looks like. anyone who does that is a bad person, if you don't like him talk to her after sure.

wouldn't you mention what the problem is?

Meant to downvote. You can't judge someone you never met.

Sure you can, what if he's 30 and she's 16 or maybe his face is covered in tattoos.

Considering that she immediately went along with the father with no questions or discussion means that she is way too dependent on her parents or is emotionally stunted. Another red flag for her personally is that she left him immediately stranded.

My guess is Daddy dearest doesn't like any guy she brings home.

He figured you out that quickly? Most people can present a false front to make it take some effort to discover what a POS they really are.

Meant to downvote. What are you basing this on?

Personal experience

Daddy’s little princess does whatever daddy says

Sounds like the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, they're both garbage.

you sound high schoolish in age... that means you are more or less are set up for failure... although you should have been quick to open with "Hello Sir, it's good to meet you. *insert known interest for bonding here*" and give a solid hand shake. sounds a bit outdated, but you are trying to show you have A) Manners. and B) enough effort invested to not seem like you are just aiming for zipper points.

Look, I don't care how much you disapprove of the guy your daughter brings home, there is never a good reason to just leave a a person stranded in a strange part of the city like that. What if OP didn't have enough money to pay for the taxi? Heck, at least he did so at least we know he isn't some broke-ass bum. Also, raising a daughter who would just do that to someone she professed to love just minutes before actually makes you a bad person in my book. If you really don't want your daughter to spend any more time with the guy then offer to take him home yourself. The fact is that inviting someone to your home puts you under a certain obligation to at least treat them with a certain level of human decency. I once dated a Daddy's Little girl and now I have a rule against ever subjecting myself to that shit again. The one I dated was a really selfish and inconsiderate person, it turned out in the end.

Agreed the bit about stranding him outside her house is weird. Daddy could at least have paid for the guy's uber.

sounds like you dodged a bullet.