10 rules dating my daughter application


30-Jul-2017 16:01

Just because this is a commonality does not mean that it will be happening with my daughter.

If you think that you will have opportunities to explore your sexual activity with my daughter you will find out that I will be the only type of birth control that you will need.

Rule #2 If you touch my daughter be prepared to have removal of the touching limbs from your body in any such way that I feel appropriate.

The same goes for your wandering eyes, if they go anywhere below eye level I will ask you to leave the premises as soon as possible, if you do not comply I will take action that I feel is necessary (i.e. Rule #3 I am aware that the so-called latest fashion trends mean that you wear your jeans several sizes too big so that your underwear shows or that you wear jeans known as "girl pants" for boys that are so tight they contour every area of your lower extremities and also expose your underwear.

There will be no text messaging, video chatting; late night cell phone calls either because I will be watching…everything.

Rule #5 When you come to my house to pick up my daughter (at the door) I do not wish to discuss any other information such as sports or politics for which, you have no intelligible knowledge of these subjects, other than what time you will be bringing my daughter home.

Even though I may seem like an out of touch, “old geezer” I will find out the truth and trust me, I do know how to Google someone.

Also, I have a very large yard with an over-sized shovel. My daughter is an extension of me and if you underestimate me than you are definitely underestimating her.

Rule Two: You do not touch my daughter in front of me.

We don't need the short skirt AND the belly bearing top.



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