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    Default Looking For A Decent Guy 4 My Daughter

    ok so I have 4 girls and 1 boy with my Darling Husband
    Our eldest is 17 and she is such a gorgeous girl..
    Every guy she goes out with and I mean like to the movies
    or to the pool ect she goes out with them to see where things
    will go, anyway they are freakin skinny looking geeks that are
    smaller than her.
    Seriously I just want a guy that is handsome at least 18 with
    his own car that has a job and can love & look after her.
    My daughter has her own car, she has been working since she was 13.
    bought her own car with the money she saved, still has her Learners
    and is a genuine girl.
    Not because she is our daughter but she really is a good looking girl
    and everyone wants to date her but because I am so strict with her
    bringing home geeks to meet me she doesn't bother..
    She said she's sick of me not liking these guys and told me how about
    I look for her..

    She wants a man not a little boy and mind you I do not want someone
    that is just looking for sex cause I would have their balls on a chopping block.
    ok I am a little hard on this with her. She wanted to date this guy last year, I met him
    he had bright red hair and I told her forget it..I am so picky..I guess I am like other mothers
    only want whats best and I freak out when she brings these geeks home..

    She went to the movies on the week end with this guy, he came over met myself & her Father
    (looked like Beavis without buthead) and when he was walking to the car his jeans where down near
    his knees..
    As they drove out she text me and said what u think..
    I said he needs to pull his pants up and lift some weights..OMG I could of killed myself, I am shocking..
    One of our daughters who is 9 said to me, "why is his head so skinny LMFAO , so it's not just me being picky..
    Seriously she wants to find a nice guy and I really want her to find one..

    She is turning 18 at the end of the year and I would prefer her to find a nice guy before this as I don't want her
    to get a taste of going to night clubs and meeting drunken loosers...

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    Hay I'm 18 and never had a boy friend ever I just waiting for the rigth man when I was at tafe all the boys whant to date me but I turned them all down not because I didt like them noo that just wanted to touch my big boobs and I mead big boobs and do it with me I knew that that just wanted to see me naked with those big boobs worse thing I was put in a room with allot of boys and I was the olny girl in there and it feat like a pack of wolfs starring at the next pray and it got that bad that that tryed to har me once a week and the first fue times one of the staff mebers will stop them then it got so bad that thay will try when no one was there to help me so I stayed near the gaurd and leaned to puch them hard and frigth then of after a year of this I left because I was a warck good thing is I'm still a vigen lol I'm prtty tuaff lol
    If you are reading this then you're doing just fine as to
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    Oh and I very picky and theres no way im going to let any man in there unless it the rigth one for me
    If you are reading this then you're doing just fine as to
    I'm not going to tell ya I lost the ' , . ? ! " Keys to my head
    No grammar no problem I don't know how to fly it any way Bye

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    Rigggghhht. I am sure she would be very impressed with Mummy posting her desperation on a net forum. No loonies out in net land.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Lucky Lady maybe she likes the skinny geeky type? Everyone has different tastes, she might find them attractive.

    Seriously, at just 18 I wouldn't be expecting her to rush into anything. Encourage her to be herself and be independent. She doesn't need a man to be complete and happy in her life, they are just an added bonus not a necessity!

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    I just hope she finds someone nice that's not only after 1 thing.
    It's so scary when your kids start growing up.
    You only want the best for them.

    ruby mc nugget I would of hit em where it hurt.
    There are some pigs out there and I just hope
    my daughter doesn't get involved with any of that type.

    nattylou have tried to tell her that they are only trouble lol
    all her friends she goes out with they all have boyfriends.
    I feel for her but only want the best, poor kid..
    Last edited by Lucky Lady; 02-20-2012 at 07:55 PM.

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    Dont worry lady I puch them were it hurts hint hint below the belt and I puch them hard
    If you are reading this then you're doing just fine as to
    I'm not going to tell ya I lost the ' , . ? ! " Keys to my head
    No grammar no problem I don't know how to fly it any way Bye

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    Cut the kid some slack. Let her live her own life, make her own mistakes without mummy trying to do it all for her.
    My kids are 27 and 31 and they would have been horrified if I was doing what you are doing.

    The fine, you do it for me shows that she is a tad pissed off with your attitude with this.
    Obviously she sees more in these guys than the superficial that you don't like. Looks aren't everything.

    If you want the best for her then you trust that what you have instilled in her will bring her through and CHILL.
    Last edited by Di_dee1; 02-20-2012 at 08:59 PM.

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    I don't know you at all and so I'm only going by what you wrote and am probably way off the mark here. But I personally found it a tad shocking to read that you would reject her boyfriends purely based on their appearance. I always fell for the popular guys and 20 years later I still regret not going for one of the nice guys. Sounds like your daughter sees something in these boys that goes deeper than just good looks and popularity. It is something I would encourage, not criticise. And because they look geeky doesn't mean they won't be able to look after her, as you call it. If they're real geeks, one of them may become the new Steve Jobs! Or at the least have secure employment that pays the mortgage. Though I agree with Nattylou that she is a bit young to be thinking of settling down. I would encourage her to learn to stand on her own two feet before getting into a serious relationship, but that's me.

    I keep thinking of this song I used to love when I was at uni. Can't remember who it's by but the chorus goes:
    God's gift to women, that's what they think they are
    God's gift to women, just like a movie star
    Everybody loves them, but that don't mean it's good
    I'd rather have a plain looking man who loves me like he should.

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    LOL, I met my boyfriend online, but then I am a fair bit older than 17, but I mean, why do you want to pair her off so early. She should be having fun, she has plenty of time for guys when she is older. If she wants to date the skinny redhead, let her...and if she wants to date the wannabe homeboy let her! The boy she meets at 17, may not necessarily be the father of your very distant grandkiddies. I didnt even kiss a fella until I was 19, by the sounds of it, she is way too smart to be knocked up by some random, like the others said..trust her!

    It sounds like you have a fair bit of control over her, and she just wants to please you! Be pleased that your daughter cares so much about what you think and want to include you, but if she lives life the way you want, it could backfire. The only way she will learn is from her own mistakes!
    Last edited by Oskar's mum; 02-20-2012 at 08:24 PM.

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