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  maosquare  |  18

My father in law punched me in the face when I asked him for permission to marry his daughter. I still like to think he did it out of shock though my broken nose keeps telling me otherwise.

  Zebediabolical  |  39

I wish my ex-father-in-law had punched me in the face when I gave him the courtesy of asking for his blessing. Would have saved me four years of my life and enough money to buy a lightly used Ferrari.

By  BeccaHugs  |  17

I don't think your dad would react that way without good reason. But you could try to get your "goofy bastard" of a fiancé to prove his maturity and you will remain in the will.

  edvin_fml  |  10

I totally disagree. The boyfriend shouldn't need to *prove* anything to the father. Last time I checked, being a 'goofy bastard' was simply a subjective personality trait, not some kind of defect that needs fixing; if the father doesn't like the guy's personality - well he can go to hell, because he's not the one marrying him...
It seems to me that the dad is acting like a 'colosal jackass' which is far worse than 'goofy bastard'

  jojimugo  |  20

If all OP's husband to be vices are being a goofy bastard, i say it's a win have you seen the dating scene today , it's filled with cheaters, drug addicts abusers and all sorts of characters. I say keep the dude forget the will

By  Kalipczo  |  21

Ouch... Time to sit down and have a long talk with dad. Try to figure out why he doesn't like your boyfriend.
Or maybe he was just kidding and has a dry sense of humor.
Congrats on proposal btw :3

By  DocBastard  |  38

"Well Mom married a goofy bastard, so I guess she and I will be even."

He was probably just bequeathing you his old rusty golf clubs anyway. No big loss.

  Welshite  |  39

Stories that are pure gold?!?

Doc, I need you to tell me these stories; I'll sell them and make a fortune. Heck, I might even buy a better cane for you.