By dpap - 18/01/2013 23:03 - United States - Waukee

Today, I introduced my girlfriend to my parents. The first thing my dad did was comment that given how pretty she looked in our photos, and compared to how she looks in real life, she's amazing at using Photoshop. FML
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What is it with parents insulting their kids significant other? Keep those kinds of comments to yourself.

At that moment she probably wanted to photoshop his face too. With her fists.

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Smart with Google and hot with Photoshop.

Truthfully all you need for an online relationship, as long as you remember to avoid webcams. Past that, hiding unattractive qualities loses its effectiveness in face to face confrontations.

And popular on Facebook.

I bet your girlfriend will keep a great picture of that first meeting !

What is it with parents insulting their kids significant other? Keep those kinds of comments to yourself.

Seriously. Most of their comments are so unbelievably unnecessary.

23- I would argue that insulting someone is almost never necessary.

Thanks your comments are nice on the eyes.

Well, that's the gift of Instagram, isn't it?

It has an automatic filter, so a lot of times blemishes and other things aren't as visible/prominent. The same effect you can get from using photo editing sites, and the reason why so many people overload it with poorly taken photos of themselves.

What's an instagram?

46- Instagram does not have an automatic filter. You can, however, choose a filter to put on it or leave it alone. That doesn't mean you can't filter it like crazy and then upload it without one of their filters though.

Honesty is a double edged sword.

And tomatoes are fruit.

I believe than when parents say comments like this, it's their way of "punishing" us for whatever awkward, or impolite, thing we might have said when we were little.

By hurting someone else's feelings? That's a shitty punishment. :/

Now that I think about it, I was a jerk when I was younger. I would always yell at my mum for stopping in the supermarket to "greet a friend she hasn't seen in years". I'm sorry mum T_T

What I meant is that they put us in awkward situations. Just like little kids, awfully honest.

43- I understand what you mean, but it's still shitty. I'd never do that to my kid's boyfriend or girlfriend. :c

At that moment she probably wanted to photoshop his face too. With her fists.

I think that kind of violence violates the term of service...may The Lord have mercy on your soul.

Terms of service.. Ain't nobody got time for that...

Cuz thats exactly what you want to hear from your boyfriend's dad, but maybe he was kidding? Either way, fyl op

"Maybe he was kidding" isn't an excuse you can make for everything

At least she is talented?

Oh, the back-handed burn.