By anonymous - 16/07/2015 22:21 - United Kingdom - London
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#3 that's what I was thinking. Maybe he just didn't want to sleep with her, and didn't know how to say "No thanks" without hurting her feelings, big deal. Even if he really was oblivious, the whole "I've failed as a parent because my son didn't get laid today" is pretty lame. OP, priorities.
Amen to that. My current partner is a complete and utter dumbass when it comes to picking up signals. In high school I once invited him over while my parents were out of town, and after a romantic dinner told him he could sleep in my bed if he wanted. He then asked me, "But where would you sleep?".... smh to this day. Though he eventually figured it out. xD
Some people are just completely oblivious about flirting, doesn't mean they don't know about sex. Besides, it may be all a show because his dad is right there! It's awkward.
This guy's got a point, I won't flirt, heck, SAY a damn thing if i see someone i find attractive if i'm out with family, because typically i'm out helping my mother or great-aunt with their grocery shopping and the last thing I need is one of them popping in with some story i'd like to keep buried until death.
I wonder why you care so much? It's his love life, not yours. Unless he asks you for help, leave him be. His is your son, not a stallion you raised to flatter your ego.
No, if this was a daughter the father probably would be freaking out on the poor guy. Instead, it's a son so he somehow "failed" because his son isn't sleeping around. Either way, I agree with the thought that he needs to stay out of his children's sex/love life. To me it's kinda creepy that he was standing there hoping his son was going to get laid.