By Anonymous - This FML is from back in 2012 but it's good stuff - United States
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30- I asked it because in most cases at the "first dinner" I've heard it's a good idea to suck up to the dad if you are the dude at the girls place. More often than not, I'd assume this would lead most of these strapping usually young lads to call the father "sir". Doeses you understands??
Actually, GovernoGeneral, no, it really, really doesn't. 'Did he still call you 'sir'?' As in, did he call you 'sir'? As most guys call the father that when just meeting him. If it were does, it would mean something completely different. So...You kinda made yourself look like an ass on the internet, and then you really didn't help your situation by spazzing it up.
Technically, yes, they both work. It just makes far more sense to use did as it doesn't have the same reading affect as "does" does. Does might give you the idea that he called him sir waaaaay back when they graduated. Which is why this whole thing started. Did refers to simply that night. Which was the entire point of post was that it was just that first dinner.
And for a point that I should probably drop, you made it sound like it was impossible for a dad to flirt with another man, I was just pointing out that that was possible if the father was bisexual and that That was in fact possible as bisexuality is a legitimate sexual preference and not a unicorn
..... Not the topic at hand 1, 2 there are sluttier photos on the Internet, a pic that I like that just so happens to have a low neck in it isn't really high on the list, 3 I'm a 34B, massive isn't the word I'd use Elephant in the room - the obvious thing staring at you that you aren't allowed to mention, sort of like if there were a giant pink elephant in the middle of the room that you weren't allowed to mention
53, what the flying fuck are you even talking about? Roevera never implied that it was impossible for the dad to be bisexual; it just seems sort of random to bring up. You just suggested OP flirt with his daughter's boyfriend, and it's weird not because "omg bisexuality blah blah", but because it's---hm, oh gee---his DAUGHTER'S BOYFRIEND. I can't stress enough how uncool that is. If Dad wanted to get some ass, I'm sure he wouldn't be such a douche to go after his own children's partners, regardless of gender and orientation. And what the hell? A unicorn? Bitch, just take a minute. *snaps fingers*
#67, that's the wonderful thing about online, I can be the biggest ass or the damn Pope, nobody really knows me and its not like on bullying her. I didn't say she was ugly, or was fat, or anything, I just said she has a shit ton of cleavage in that photo. That has nothing to do with her as a person.
I find the best way to win an argument is to beat a dead horse with a stick on the other persons obviously stupid point if it means you can avoid insulting than their actual mentality and/or appearance. You come out of the fray smelling like roses. Be the better man.
63- After reading all of these comments, I decided to take a look at your profile. At first I laughed, but then I became very annoyed. Possibly the most annoyed I have been. Then, I went to a new FML thread, and sure enough I see your damn face. And of course there are more idiotic comments written by you. I really don't like you.
I see nothing wrong with what rovera did. She didn't say that "cleavage girl" was fat or ugly. She simply said she needed to pull her shirt up. Chances are a lot of us were thinking it too. It doesn't make her an ass in any way. And I must admit I looked at cleavage girls profile and to be honest she's the one that annoys me. After reading her profile and seeing all the inconsiderate and rude comments she makes I have decided that I don't care for her too much. And I just want to add that cleavage has nothing to do with boob size. Someone with an a cup can have just as much cleavage as someone with a d cup
Lol XD this^ just made the possible situation of the daughter never knowing who the father was as the mother got pregnant in high school and either didn't know or didn't say and the awkward conversation where the daughter learns her new bf is/might be her father. Can anyone say "Jerry" "Freud" or "when's the evil twin coming in?"? ^_^