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Many moons ago I used to hang out on a forum of blacksmiths and sword enthusiasts (the historical kind). One fellow there was telling the story of how he'd scare off the boys who came looking for his teenage daughter (this is back before cell phones). There was one boy who was particularly insistent, so he had a plan. You see, papa was a state trooper who also happened to have a collection of bladed weaponry. So the next time the boy came a callin', dear ol' dad was waiting there on the porch, in full uniform, gun on hip, sharpening his battle axe...

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True that. The things I've heard at work the last few years about our current President, based solely on the fact that he has darker skin than the people making these comments, makes me wonder if we'll ever get past these prejudices.triportsad.gif

I wish people would at least have the decency to find real reasons to not support a political figure. 

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I get the sense that that an over-protective father might have been to blame for that one, rather than your date trying to mess you around.

An over-protective father wouldn't have sent a little girl along to chaperone her older sister lol

 

Usually when a girl brings someone else to a "date" it means she's not interested, but she wanted to be nice and not say no to hanging out.

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An over-protective father wouldn't have sent a little girl along to chaperone her older sister lol

 

You make a good point  :beerchug:

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An over-protective father wouldn't have sent a little girl along to chaperone her older sister lol

 

Usually when a girl brings someone else to a "date" it means she's not interested, but she wanted to be nice and not say no to hanging out.

 

Actually an over protective parent would do this.

 

When I was 16 and living in Scarborough, I took a 15 year old girl to a movie.

Her mother made her take her little brother.

Apparently he presence was supposed to stop us from getting too crazy!

Her mother was one of those people who would stare you down and interrogate you before you went out on the date with her daughter.

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lol too crazy? You can't even kiss in front of a kid. At least I wouldn't.

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lol too crazy? You can't even kiss in front of a kid. At least I wouldn't.

 

I guess that was the idea!

BTW, she didn't care, she had to lock lips with me in the movie anyway.

 

A few years later she became another pregnant teenage girl. Sad really.

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I guess that was the idea!

BTW, she didn't care, she had to lock lips with me in the movie anyway.

 

A few years later she became another pregnant teenage girl. Sad really.

 

It's often the way, that excessively-controlling parenting leads to rebellious behaviour in children. That's also the reason why Catholic girls have such a reputation for being sexually adventurous and paradoxically inhibited and yet uninhibited at the same time - it's like a rebound effect from the suppressive, controlling behaviour of the Catholic schools and upbringing.

 

Although my mum had a convent-school education, it thankfully didn't mess her up, and she has not carried-forward any catholic beliefs in her adult life, and never, ever, inflicted any such beliefs upon me or my brother during our formative years. I'm really grateful for that.

 

The human spirit isn't meant to be 'caged'.

 

 

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Edited by Mython - 9/27/13 at 9:51am
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A few years later she became another pregnant teenage girl. Sad really.

Unsurprising given the Scarborough part.

 

lol j/k

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lol too crazy? You can't even kiss in front of a kid. At least I wouldn't.

 

Kids would say, EWWWWW!!!

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Originally Posted by Mython View Post
 

 

It's often the way, that excessively-controlling parenting leads to rebellious behaviour in children. That's also the reason why Catholic girls have such a reputation for being sexually adventurous and paradoxically inhibited and yet uninhibited at the same time - it's like a rebound effect from the suppressive, controlling behaviour of the Catholic schools and upbringing.

 

Although my mum had a convent-school education, it thankfully didn't mess her up, and she has not carried-forward any catholic beliefs in her adult life, and never, ever, inflicted any such beliefs upon me or my brother during our formative years. I'm really grateful for that.

 

The human spirit isn't meant to be 'caged'.

 

 

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I hope this is a trend we will see happening more and more in the coming decades.

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Unsurprising given the Scarborough part.

lol j/k

I KNEW you would say that! tongue.gif
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An over-protective father wouldn't have sent a little girl along to chaperone her older sister lol

 

Usually when a girl brings someone else to a "date" it means she's not interested, but she wanted to be nice and not say no to hanging out.

 

That was my feeling at the time.  Better to not go on a date than pay for the privilege of a bad date.

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I KNEW you would say that! tongue.gif

:beerchug:

 

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That was my feeling at the time.  Better to not go on a date than pay for the privilege of a bad date.

I know, eh? If she wasn't interested, she could've at least offered to pay for her ticket.

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Originally Posted by Mython View Post

It's often the way, that excessively-controlling parenting leads to rebellious behaviour in children. That's also the reason why Catholic girls have such a reputation for being sexually adventurous and paradoxically inhibited and yet uninhibited at the same time - it's like a rebound effect from the suppressive, controlling behaviour of the Catholic schools and upbringing.

Although my mum had a convent-school education, it thankfully didn't mess her up, and she has not carried-forward any catholic beliefs in her adult life, and never, ever, inflicted any such beliefs upon me or my brother during our formative years. I'm really grateful for that.

The human spirit isn't meant to be 'caged'.


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Yes, you are correct, sir!
She was Catholic!
I was brought up Catholic, too.
Big mistake going out with her, BTW.
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