Question for dating my daughter

Yeah, your little girl is growing up, and she’s running around town with a new guy. And if the campus bad boy is picking up your daughter on his motorcycle, you probably feel justified in being a little concerned.

Your instincts say that she’s not bringing home a pocket protector-toting honor student, either.

That's where he showed me his motorcycle—which wasn't exactly how I wanted Ashley to go out on her first date!

I opened my soft drink and looked squarely into the same eyes that enjoyed looking at my 16-year-old daughter. I asked him about school, his mom and dad and family, interests—just a general get-to-know-you type of conversation. You've probably noticed some of those differences." Kevin was getting paler by the minute, but he had the presence of mind to nod.

When would it the best time to interview your father, mother, relatives, neighbors, minister/rabbi/priest, and past girlfriends? You will be contacted in writing if you are approved.

(supply phone numbers) __________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Thank you for your interest in my daughter. Do not try to call or write (since you probably can’t, anyway).

If you want to grill your little girl’s date so you can feel better about letting her leave the house, here are the 10 questions you should ask him. By putting him on the spot right from the get-go, you can get a good sense of what he wants with your precious little girl.

"Afternoon, Kevin, glad you could make it." "Hello, Mr.

"God made men and women different" "Kevin," I said, hoping I'd also remember the rest of the words I wanted to say, "God did a wonderful thing when he made women." The color fell from his face. I wondered if at any moment he might hop on that motorcycle and bolt! "Actually, God made us different so that men and women would be attracted to one another.

NOTE: This application will be incomplete and rejected unless accompanied by a complete financial statement, history, lineage, recent FBI background check, psychiatric evaluation, and updated medical report from your doctor.

But I had to at least take a glance at the 43 questions, right? The writer, not clear whether or not it's a male (let alone a father with daughters) breaks the 43 questions into five categories: Job and Education, Residence, Relationship with his Daughter, His Parents/Family and Other Interests. I'll save you the insanity of reading the whole list and I'll attempt to rationally cover a few of them here. She is the beacon of light in my otherwise miserable existence.' Or how about this prize? I think I shared with you in a previous post that my daughter told me her boyfriend was scared of me. Respect comes second, and should automatically follow the 'fear' part. Come on in, son, let me show you my semi-automatic gun collection 3.

So here's my Top Ten list of Lines to Scare the Crap out of your Daughter's Boyfriend: 1. Bend over and let me attach this GPS tracking unit in the appropriate place 4. Don't forget to tell you daughter that you love her.