By kelbel89 - 01/10/2013 21:46 - United States - Mesquite
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Hey guys. This is the full scoop. My father is about 5'9'' and my boyfriend is 6'4''. My dad was going to intimidate him in anyway he could. He started the night off by answering the door and telling my BF that I was out on my real date for the night. Obviously, my dad has a very dry sense of humor. I don't think he was actually going to send what he collected to a lab, but he didn't crack a smile the whole time it was going on. I tried to stop him, multiple times, at which point my dad said that my boyfriend was lucky he couldn't find any latex gloves that day because it meant he was going to have to skip the prostate exam. My mother was there and thought it was hilarious. My boyfriend is wonderful and rolled with the punches. He took it very well and we are still together. :) Many of you asked if my dad works in law enforcement. Nope, he's just a Texan (which I feel I should point out my boyfriend is not). My father is incredibly proud of himself, I think even more so now that so many of the comments were in his favor. I was, and still am, absolutely mortified.
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sounds like something I would do to any of my daughters' boyfriends, when they're old enough to date
Little advice, #1; I'm not saying she will be, but being overprotective usually makes your daughter grow into a whore because she wants to spite you and prove that she's grown and can do whatever she wants(proven fact). Be a father, but don't be too controlling. It'll save you, and her.
@33- One case? No, not at all! Multiple cases upon multiple cases. Go find any girl that was ever raised by an extremely controlling and overprotective father, ask her if this is true, and I guarantee you that she will tell you how many times she's fucked up in her day. The logic is there. Being controlling raises sneaky children, and sneaky children lose their virginity at 14.
Agreed often times the intent is good and wanting to protect her is good, but this is going to far. A lot of girls end up lonely and sad in teens/ early 20's because of stuff like this. You don't want the daughter not having any relationship experience until her mid 20's and make bad choices.
Just looking out for you. It could be worse. He couldn't give a damn about you.
I know how you feel OP. My brothers are both cops and my step dad is certainly not afraid of having them swing by in uniform when I bring a date home.