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FBomb
06-10-2012, 07:43 PM
Warning, what you are about to read is not for the squeemish nor faint of heart. It is a tale of great sorrow and misery.A father's nightmare! Women and children should read no further!</P>


So, I took my 15 year old daughter on her first supervised date to the mall and the movies today. This was the first time I was meeting "Nick". A 16 year old guitar player. Of course this is automatically a red flag, but I was thinking I'd give him a chance (being kindred spirits and all), before I decided if I was going to lock her in the basement or not.</P>


Well, Nick shows up in an Eagles cap!!! My first thought was "Where did I go wrong as a parent??!!" and "Am I being punked??!!".Not wanting to embarass my daughter RIGHT AWAY, I swallowed hard and shook his hand. </P>


I had forced them to see the same movie as me and my 7 year old son, Madagascar 3D (an hour and a half of wasted time and money)...always within eyeshot of me, but farenough that they could talk without me listening in.</P>


Then the movie is over...so far so good....then it begins. "So, you're a Giants fan?" OK, gloves were off, I was ready to go......and you know what? You can't smack talk with kids. They don't get it. He had no idea why fans of the Giants and Eagles would hate each other so much!!! </P>


WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE KIDS TODAY?!!!</P>


[:)]</P>

slipknottin
06-10-2012, 08:01 PM
I would have put him in the trunk and drove to the desert.

Roosevelt
06-10-2012, 08:06 PM
Warning, what you are about to read is not for the squeemish nor faint of heart. It is a tale of great sorrow and misery.A father's nightmare! Women and children should read no further!</p>


So, I took my 15 year old daughter on her first supervised date to the mall and the movies today. This was the first time I was meeting "Nick". A 16 year old guitar player. Of course this is automatically a red flag, but I was thinking I'd give him a chance (being kindred spirits and all), before I decided if I was going to lock her in the basement or not.</p>


Well, Nick shows up in an Eagles cap!!! My first thought was "Where did I go wrong as a parent??!!" and "Am I being punked??!!".Not wanting to embarass my daughter RIGHT AWAY, I swallowed hard and shook his hand. </p>


I had forced them to see the same movie as me and my 7 year old son, Madagascar 3D (an hour and a half of wasted time and money)...always within eyeshot of me, but farenough that they could talk without me listening in.</p>


Then the movie is over...so far so good....then it begins. "So, you're a Giants fan?" OK, gloves were off, I was ready to go......and you know what? You can't smack talk with kids. They don't get it. He had no idea why fans of the Giants and Eagles would hate each other so much!!! </p>


WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE KIDS TODAY?!!!</p>


[:)]</p>

This is a classic post!

But wait a second F, what's up with your daughter? I'm sure she's a lovely girl but how could she even think about dating a division rival? You need to lay some serious guilt on her! ;)

Rules for our daughters - boyfriends MUST be Giants fans! lol.

Drez
06-10-2012, 08:10 PM
I would have put him in the trunk and drove to the desert.
This. Right. Here.

egyptian420
06-10-2012, 08:22 PM
I would have put him in the trunk and drove to the desert.
As Tommy from Casino would say: "There are a lot of holes in the desert"

dinz
06-10-2012, 08:37 PM
i didnt see it in 3d, but i thought movie was great, great story there though, lol

greenca190
06-10-2012, 09:41 PM
I'd rather my daughter just date a kid who has no interest in sports whatsoever. I, as I'm sure most guys on this board, can be such an ******* when my teams lose.

Your kid must like you a lot though, if she's cool with you going on a date with her. I use to just lie when I was 14.

greenca190
06-10-2012, 09:46 PM
And wait. I thought you just got married a couple months ago? 15 year old?

Sinner.

FBomb
06-10-2012, 09:57 PM
[:)]</P>


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Mohann
06-10-2012, 11:21 PM
I don't know what happened to the kids today.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPBd-tjDSvI

miked1958
06-11-2012, 01:29 AM
Warning, what you are about to read is not for the squeemish nor faint of heart.* It is a tale of great sorrow and misery.*A father's nightmare!* Women and children should read no further!</P>


So, I took my 15 year old daughter on her first supervised date to the mall and the movies today. This was the first time I was meeting "Nick".* A 16 year old guitar player.* Of course this is automatically a red flag, but I was thinking I'd give him a chance (being kindred spirits and all), before I decided if I was going to lock her in the basement or not.</P>


Well, Nick shows up in an Eagles cap!!!* My first thought was "Where did I go wrong as a parent??!!" and "Am I being punked??!!".*Not wanting to embarass my daughter RIGHT AWAY, *I swallowed hard and shook his hand.* </P>


I had forced them to see the same movie as me and my 7 year old son, Madagascar 3D (an hour and a half of wasted time and money)...always within eyeshot of me, but far*enough that they could talk without me listening in.</P>


Then the movie is over...so far so good....then it begins.* "So, you're a Giants fan?"* OK, gloves were off, I was ready to go......and you know what?* You can't smack talk with kids.* They don't get it.* He had no idea why fans of the Giants and Eagles would hate each other so much!!!* </P>


WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE KIDS TODAY?!!!</P>


[:)]</P>One of my best friends married an eagles fan. We would tease him and ask how was his eaglet. Anyway she comes from a family of diehard eagles fans. Overtime though he has been converting her over to our side.

Captain Chaos
06-11-2012, 06:26 AM
Great story! My daughter is dating a Giants/Yankees fan; however, she is going off to school this year to the Boston area. I told her if she comes home a Red Sox or Patriots fan I'll disown her.

easterbeast
06-11-2012, 06:55 AM
guitar playing eagle fan??????.............good luck

JesseJames
06-11-2012, 10:57 AM
thank God my kids are all grown and I don't have to go through something like that, must have been awful...:)

RoanokeFan
06-11-2012, 11:02 AM
Warning, what you are about to read is not for the squeemish nor faint of heart. It is a tale of great sorrow and misery.A father's nightmare! Women and children should read no further!</p>


So, I took my 15 year old daughter on her first supervised date to the mall and the movies today. This was the first time I was meeting "Nick". A 16 year old guitar player. Of course this is automatically a red flag, but I was thinking I'd give him a chance (being kindred spirits and all), before I decided if I was going to lock her in the basement or not.</p>


Well, Nick shows up in an Eagles cap!!! My first thought was "Where did I go wrong as a parent??!!" and "Am I being punked??!!".Not wanting to embarass my daughter RIGHT AWAY, I swallowed hard and shook his hand. </p>


I had forced them to see the same movie as me and my 7 year old son, Madagascar 3D (an hour and a half of wasted time and money)...always within eyeshot of me, but farenough that they could talk without me listening in.</p>


Then the movie is over...so far so good....then it begins. "So, you're a Giants fan?" OK, gloves were off, I was ready to go......and you know what? You can't smack talk with kids. They don't get it. He had no idea why fans of the Giants and Eagles would hate each other so much!!! </p>


WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE KIDS TODAY?!!!</p>


[:)]</p>

I applaud you for there not being a Amber alert for good old Nick!

DVision
06-11-2012, 01:28 PM
I would have put him in the trunk and drove to the desert.

Even worse, I'd have put him in the trunk and drove him to Philly!

JMFP2
06-11-2012, 02:14 PM
Warning, what you are about to read is not for the squeemish nor faint of heart.* It is a tale of great sorrow and misery.*A father's nightmare!* Women and children should read no further!</P>


So, I took my 15 year old daughter on her first supervised date to the mall and the movies today. This was the first time I was meeting "Nick".* A 16 year old guitar player.* Of course this is automatically a red flag, but I was thinking I'd give him a chance (being kindred spirits and all), before I decided if I was going to lock her in the basement or not.</P>


Well, Nick shows up in an Eagles cap!!!* My first thought was "Where did I go wrong as a parent??!!" and "Am I being punked??!!".*Not wanting to embarass my daughter RIGHT AWAY, *I swallowed hard and shook his hand.* </P>


I had forced them to see the same movie as me and my 7 year old son, Madagascar 3D (an hour and a half of wasted time and money)...always within eyeshot of me, but far*enough that they could talk without me listening in.</P>


Then the movie is over...so far so good....then it begins.* "So, you're a Giants fan?"* OK, gloves were off, I was ready to go......and you know what?* You can't smack talk with kids.* They don't get it.* He had no idea why fans of the Giants and Eagles would hate each other so much!!!* </P>


WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE KIDS TODAY?!!!</P>


[:)]</P>

Holy crap....thank God I've got another 4 years before my daughter is in the same situation.

You are right....total nightmare.

Morehead State
06-11-2012, 02:32 PM
Warning, what you are about to read is not for the squeemish nor faint of heart. It is a tale of great sorrow and misery.A father's nightmare! Women and children should read no further!</P>


So, I took my 15 year old daughter on her first supervised date to the mall and the movies today. This was the first time I was meeting "Nick". A 16 year old guitar player. Of course this is automatically a red flag, but I was thinking I'd give him a chance (being kindred spirits and all), before I decided if I was going to lock her in the basement or not.</P>


Well, Nick shows up in an Eagles cap!!! My first thought was "Where did I go wrong as a parent??!!" and "Am I being punked??!!".Not wanting to embarass my daughter RIGHT AWAY, I swallowed hard and shook his hand. </P>


I had forced them to see the same movie as me and my 7 year old son, Madagascar 3D (an hour and a half of wasted time and money)...always within eyeshot of me, but farenough that they could talk without me listening in.</P>


Then the movie is over...so far so good....then it begins. "So, you're a Giants fan?" OK, gloves were off, I was ready to go......and you know what? You can't smack talk with kids. They don't get it. He had no idea why fans of the Giants and Eagles would hate each other so much!!! </P>


WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE KIDS TODAY?!!!</P>


[:)]</P>


Holy crap....thank God I've got another 4 years before my daughter is in the same situation. You are right....total nightmare.</P>


My son-in-law's a Niners fan.</P>


He's from Montana...he can't help himself.</P>

Bread
06-11-2012, 02:44 PM
Warning, what you are about to read is not for the squeemish nor faint of heart.* It is a tale of great sorrow and misery.*A father's nightmare!* Women and children should read no further!</P>


So, I took my 15 year old daughter on her first supervised date to the mall and the movies today. This was the first time I was meeting "Nick".* A 16 year old guitar player.* Of course this is automatically a red flag, but I was thinking I'd give him a chance (being kindred spirits and all), before I decided if I was going to lock her in the basement or not.</P>


Well, Nick shows up in an Eagles cap!!!* My first thought was "Where did I go wrong as a parent??!!" and "Am I being punked??!!".*Not wanting to embarass my daughter RIGHT AWAY, *I swallowed hard and shook his hand.* </P>


I had forced them to see the same movie as me and my 7 year old son, Madagascar 3D (an hour and a half of wasted time and money)...always within eyeshot of me, but far*enough that they could talk without me listening in.</P>


Then the movie is over...so far so good....then it begins.* "So, you're a Giants fan?"* OK, gloves were off, I was ready to go......and you know what?* You can't smack talk with kids.* They don't get it.* He had no idea why fans of the Giants and Eagles would hate each other so much!!!* </P>


WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE KIDS TODAY?!!!</P>


[:)]</P>


Holy crap....thank God I've got another 4 years before my daughter is in the same situation. You are right....total nightmare.</P>


My son-in-law's a Niners fan.</P>


He's from Montana...he can't help himself.</P>


I see what you did there, lol

Morehead State
06-11-2012, 02:46 PM
Warning, what you are about to read is not for the squeemish nor faint of heart. It is a tale of great sorrow and misery.A father's nightmare! Women and children should read no further!</P>


So, I took my 15 year old daughter on her first supervised date to the mall and the movies today. This was the first time I was meeting "Nick". A 16 year old guitar player. Of course this is automatically a red flag, but I was thinking I'd give him a chance (being kindred spirits and all), before I decided if I was going to lock her in the basement or not.</P>


Well, Nick shows up in an Eagles cap!!! My first thought was "Where did I go wrong as a parent??!!" and "Am I being punked??!!".Not wanting to embarass my daughter RIGHT AWAY, I swallowed hard and shook his hand. </P>


I had forced them to see the same movie as me and my 7 year old son, Madagascar 3D (an hour and a half of wasted time and money)...always within eyeshot of me, but farenough that they could talk without me listening in.</P>


Then the movie is over...so far so good....then it begins. "So, you're a Giants fan?" OK, gloves were off, I was ready to go......and you know what? You can't smack talk with kids. They don't get it. He had no idea why fans of the Giants and Eagles would hate each other so much!!! </P>


WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE KIDS TODAY?!!!</P>


[:)]</P>


Holy crap....thank God I've got another 4 years before my daughter is in the same situation. You are right....total nightmare.</P>


My son-in-law's a Niners fan.</P>


He's from Montana...he can't help himself.</P>


I see what you did there, lol</P>


Actually I didn't do it on purpose. I just noticed after your comment.</P>

G-Man67
06-11-2012, 03:23 PM
as awkward as it may be</P>


sounds like you will need to have the old</P>


Birds and the Gs conversation with your daughter [;)]</P>

FBomb
06-11-2012, 03:42 PM
as awkward as it may be</P>


sounds like you will need to have the old</P>


Birds and the Gs conversation with your daughter [;)]</P>


</P>


He's young.....it isn't too late to convert him. My daughter doesn't give a **** about football at all, and it's not like he's going to be around by the time football starts. 3 months is a lifetime to a teenager.She will have had at least 2 more "boyfriends" in that span.!!</P>

jax5338
06-11-2012, 04:47 PM
Warning, what you are about to read is not for the squeemish nor faint of heart.* It is a tale of great sorrow and misery.*A father's nightmare!* Women and children should read no further!</P>


So, I took my 15 year old daughter on her first supervised date to the mall and the movies today. This was the first time I was meeting "Nick".* A 16 year old guitar player.* Of course this is automatically a red flag, but I was thinking I'd give him a chance (being kindred spirits and all), before I decided if I was going to lock her in the basement or not.</P>


Well, Nick shows up in an Eagles cap!!!* My first thought was "Where did I go wrong as a parent??!!" and "Am I being punked??!!".*Not wanting to embarass my daughter RIGHT AWAY, *I swallowed hard and shook his hand.* </P>


I had forced them to see the same movie as me and my 7 year old son, Madagascar 3D (an hour and a half of wasted time and money)...always within eyeshot of me, but far*enough that they could talk without me listening in.</P>


Then the movie is over...so far so good....then it begins.* "So, you're a Giants fan?"* OK, gloves were off, I was ready to go......and you know what?* You can't smack talk with kids.* They don't get it.* He had no idea why fans of the Giants and Eagles would hate each other so much!!!* </P>


WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE KIDS TODAY?!!!</P>


[:)]</P>


Holy crap....thank God I've got another 4 years before my daughter is in the same situation. You are right....total nightmare.</P>


My son-in-law's a Niners fan.</P>


He's from Montana...he can't help himself.</P>

is he from the city of Joe, Montana?

I think it existed once but was re-named

MattMeyerBud
06-12-2012, 12:17 PM
Warning, what you are about to read is not for the squeemish nor faint of heart. It is a tale of great sorrow and misery.A father's nightmare! Women and children should read no further!</P>


So, I took my 15 year old daughter on her first supervised date to the mall and the movies today. This was the first time I was meeting "Nick". A 16 year old guitar player. Of course this is automatically a red flag, but I was thinking I'd give him a chance (being kindred spirits and all), before I decided if I was going to lock her in the basement or not.</P>


Well, Nick shows up in an Eagles cap!!! My first thought was "Where did I go wrong as a parent??!!" and "Am I being punked??!!".Not wanting to embarass my daughter RIGHT AWAY, I swallowed hard and shook his hand. </P>


I had forced them to see the same movie as me and my 7 year old son, Madagascar 3D (an hour and a half of wasted time and money)...always within eyeshot of me, but farenough that they could talk without me listening in.</P>


Then the movie is over...so far so good....then it begins. "So, you're a Giants fan?" OK, gloves were off, I was ready to go......and you know what? You can't smack talk with kids. They don't get it. He had no idea why fans of the Giants and Eagles would hate each other so much!!! </P>


WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE KIDS TODAY?!!!</P>


[:)]</P>


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</P>


lol, sounds like your baby girl is trying to make u lose some hairs a lil earlier than you are ready for...</P>


</P>


just don't let her go to college at Temple</P>

THE_New_York_Giants
06-12-2012, 12:21 PM
Warning, what you are about to read is not for the squeemish nor faint of heart. It is a tale of great sorrow and misery.A father's nightmare! Women and children should read no further!</p>


So, I took my 15 year old daughter on her first supervised date to the mall and the movies today. This was the first time I was meeting "Nick". A 16 year old guitar player. Of course this is automatically a red flag, but I was thinking I'd give him a chance (being kindred spirits and all), before I decided if I was going to lock her in the basement or not.</p>


Well, Nick shows up in an Eagles cap!!! My first thought was "Where did I go wrong as a parent??!!" and "Am I being punked??!!".Not wanting to embarass my daughter RIGHT AWAY, I swallowed hard and shook his hand. </p>


I had forced them to see the same movie as me and my 7 year old son, Madagascar 3D (an hour and a half of wasted time and money)...always within eyeshot of me, but farenough that they could talk without me listening in.</p>


Then the movie is over...so far so good....then it begins. "So, you're a Giants fan?" OK, gloves were off, I was ready to go......and you know what? You can't smack talk with kids. They don't get it. He had no idea why fans of the Giants and Eagles would hate each other so much!!! </p>


WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE KIDS TODAY?!!!</p>


[:)]</p>

Most tragic story I've read in awhile. You gotta forbid your daughter from seeing this punk.

MattMeyerBud
06-12-2012, 12:23 PM
as awkward as it may be</P>


sounds like you will need to have the old</P>


Birds and the Gs conversation with your daughter [;)]</P>


</P>


He's young.....it isn't too late to convert him. My daughter doesn't give a **** about football at all, and it's not like he's going to be around by the time football starts. 3 months is a lifetime to a teenager.She will have had at least 2 more "boyfriends" in that span.!!</P>


</P>


</P>


it would be much better if he was at least from Philly. Ya knwo, its his local team and hes loyal to it...</P>


</P>


but if hes grown up where u are from and CHOSE the Eagles, then you need to beat this kid wtih a stick</P>

FBomb
06-12-2012, 04:44 PM
as awkward as it may be</P>


sounds like you will need to have the old</P>


Birds and the Gs conversation with your daughter [;)]</P>


</P>


He's young.....it isn't too late to convert him. My daughter doesn't give a **** about football at all, and it's not like he's going to be around by the time football starts. 3 months is a lifetime to a teenager.She will have had at least 2 more "boyfriends" in that span.!!</P>


</P>


it would be much better if he was at least from Philly. Ya knwo, its his local team and hes loyal to it...</P>


</P>


but if hes grown up where u are from and CHOSE the Eagles, then you need to beat this kid wtih a stick</P>


</P>


Here in Syracuse, McNabb was a hero. Young fans and disgruntled Bills fans became Eagles fans</P>

jomo
06-12-2012, 06:06 PM
My daughter would never bring an eagles fan into the house, she's 21. My son 24 would burn the eagles flag in the parking lot at the Linc. Now, they are somewhat older than your daughter FB so it could be something that develops with age (for girls).

Manstache
06-12-2012, 06:32 PM
i know his pants were sagging and hanging off his as*, cuz no eagle fan owns a belt.......

bigjeep
06-12-2012, 06:37 PM
Warning, what you are about to read is not for the squeemish nor faint of heart. It is a tale of great sorrow and misery.A father's nightmare! Women and children should read no further!</P>


So, I took my 15 year old daughter on her first supervised date to the mall and the movies today. This was the first time I was meeting "Nick". A 16 year old guitar player. Of course this is automatically a red flag, but I was thinking I'd give him a chance (being kindred spirits and all), before I decided if I was going to lock her in the basement or not.</P>


Well, Nick shows up in an Eagles cap!!! My first thought was "Where did I go wrong as a parent??!!" and "Am I being punked??!!".Not wanting to embarass my daughter RIGHT AWAY, I swallowed hard and shook his hand. </P>


I had forced them to see the same movie as me and my 7 year old son, Madagascar 3D (an hour and a half of wasted time and money)...always within eyeshot of me, but farenough that they could talk without me listening in.</P>


Then the movie is over...so far so good....then it begins. "So, you're a Giants fan?" OK, gloves were off, I was ready to go......and you know what? You can't smack talk with kids. They don't get it. He had no idea why fans of the Giants and Eagles would hate each other so much!!! </P>


WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE KIDS TODAY?!!!</P>


[:)]</P> Kids! I don't know what's wrong with these kids today! Kids! Who can understand anything they say? Kids! They are so ridiculous and immature! I don't see why anybody wants 'em! Just you wait and see Kids! Kids! They are just impossible to control! (Soon you'll be old enough to be) Kids! With their awful clothes and their rock an' roll! (Another teenage delinquent) Why can't they be like you were, Perfect in every way? What's the matter with kids to-- Kids! What the devil's wrong with these kids today? Kids! Who could guess the they would turn out that way! Why can't they be like we were, Perfect in every way? What's the matter with kids? What's the matter with kids? What's the matter with kids today? [;)]

jomo
06-12-2012, 06:49 PM
Warning, what you are about to read is not for the squeemish nor faint of heart. It is a tale of great sorrow and misery.A father's nightmare! Women and children should read no further!</P>


So, I took my 15 year old daughter on her first supervised date to the mall and the movies today. This was the first time I was meeting "Nick". A 16 year old guitar player. Of course this is automatically a red flag, but I was thinking I'd give him a chance (being kindred spirits and all), before I decided if I was going to lock her in the basement or not.</P>


Well, Nick shows up in an Eagles cap!!! My first thought was "Where did I go wrong as a parent??!!" and "Am I being punked??!!".Not wanting to embarass my daughter RIGHT AWAY, I swallowed hard and shook his hand. </P>


I had forced them to see the same movie as me and my 7 year old son, Madagascar 3D (an hour and a half of wasted time and money)...always within eyeshot of me, but farenough that they could talk without me listening in.</P>


Then the movie is over...so far so good....then it begins. "So, you're a Giants fan?" OK, gloves were off, I was ready to go......and you know what? You can't smack talk with kids. They don't get it. He had no idea why fans of the Giants and Eagles would hate each other so much!!! </P>


WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE KIDS TODAY?!!!</P>


[:)]</P> Kids! I don't know what's wrong with these kids today! Kids! Who can understand anything they say? Kids! They are so ridiculous and immature! I don't see why anybody wants 'em! Just you wait and see Kids! Kids! They are just impossible to control! (Soon you'll be old enough to be) Kids! With their awful clothes and their rock an' roll! (Another teenage delinquent) Why can't they be like you were, Perfect in every way? What's the matter with kids to-- Kids! What the devil's wrong with these kids today? Kids! Who could guess the they would turn out that way! Why can't they be like we were, Perfect in every way? What's the matter with kids? What's the matter with kids? What's the matter with kids today? [;)]Not suremany will get the reference but I did. Nicely played!

Kendo15
06-12-2012, 06:50 PM
Here's what to do.

When your daughter is there, act nice as pie.

Friendly, chatty ... best buds.

Whenever she isn't there, just stare ...... unblinking, do not speak to him, just one long thousand mile stare.

Daughter comes back, nice as pie again.

Then, when he's leaving, say good night and give him a man-hug.

Whisper, so your daughter can't hear, "I know where you live".

That should scramble his head nice.

And if that doesn't work ........ the boot and the desert is a plan also.

bigjeep
06-12-2012, 07:40 PM
Warning, what you are about to read is not for the squeemish nor faint of heart. It is a tale of great sorrow and misery.A father's nightmare! Women and children should read no further!</P>


So, I took my 15 year old daughter on her first supervised date to the mall and the movies today. This was the first time I was meeting "Nick". A 16 year old guitar player. Of course this is automatically a red flag, but I was thinking I'd give him a chance (being kindred spirits and all), before I decided if I was going to lock her in the basement or not.</P>


Well, Nick shows up in an Eagles cap!!! My first thought was "Where did I go wrong as a parent??!!" and "Am I being punked??!!".Not wanting to embarass my daughter RIGHT AWAY, I swallowed hard and shook his hand. </P>


I had forced them to see the same movie as me and my 7 year old son, Madagascar 3D (an hour and a half of wasted time and money)...always within eyeshot of me, but farenough that they could talk without me listening in.</P>


Then the movie is over...so far so good....then it begins. "So, you're a Giants fan?" OK, gloves were off, I was ready to go......and you know what? You can't smack talk with kids. They don't get it. He had no idea why fans of the Giants and Eagles would hate each other so much!!! </P>


WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE KIDS TODAY?!!!</P>


[:)]</P>


Kids! I don't know what's wrong with these kids today! Kids! Who can understand anything they say? Kids! They are so ridiculous and immature! I don't see why anybody wants 'em! Just you wait and see Kids! Kids! They are just impossible to control! (Soon you'll be old enough to be) Kids! With their awful clothes and their rock an' roll! (Another teenage delinquent) Why can't they be like you were, Perfect in every way? What's the matter with kids to-- Kids! What the devil's wrong with these kids today? Kids! Who could guess the they would turn out that way! Why can't they be like we were, Perfect in every way? What's the matter with kids? What's the matter with kids? What's the matter with kids today? [;)]Not suremany will get the reference but I did. Nicely played!</P>


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[Y]</P>

GameTime
06-12-2012, 08:05 PM
Warning, what you are about to read is not for the squeemish nor faint of heart. It is a tale of great sorrow and misery.A father's nightmare! Women and children should read no further!</P>


So, I took my 15 year old daughter on her first supervised date to the mall and the movies today. This was the first time I was meeting "Nick". A 16 year old guitar player. Of course this is automatically a red flag, but I was thinking I'd give him a chance (being kindred spirits and all), before I decided if I was going to lock her in the basement or not.</P>


Well, Nick shows up in an Eagles cap!!! My first thought was "Where did I go wrong as a parent??!!" and "Am I being punked??!!".Not wanting to embarass my daughter RIGHT AWAY, I swallowed hard and shook his hand. </P>


I had forced them to see the same movie as me and my 7 year old son, Madagascar 3D (an hour and a half of wasted time and money)...always within eyeshot of me, but farenough that they could talk without me listening in.</P>


Then the movie is over...so far so good....then it begins. "So, you're a Giants fan?" OK, gloves were off, I was ready to go......and you know what? You can't smack talk with kids. They don't get it. He had no idea why fans of the Giants and Eagles would hate each other so much!!! </P>


WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THESE KIDS TODAY?!!!</P>


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well he is dating your daughter and he is an eagles fan......</P>


as far as I am concerned you have the upper hand either way.</P>


1.....you are the Dad</P>


2....the Eagles have no Lombardi in their trophy case.</P>


3.....the Giants are fresh off ANOTHER SB win while the Eagles were SUPPOSED to be the dreamteam....</P>


case close.</P>


BTW.....you can talk smack with a 16 year old. If they dont get it.....then **** em........lol</P>


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BlueBlitzer
06-12-2012, 09:45 PM
Allways clean your Guns whenever He's visiting. Say things in a matter of factly tone of voice like " Man this Scope can split the balls off a fly at twenty yards. " Now you kids go out, have a nice time, and be back by curfew.

MattMeyerBud
06-13-2012, 12:13 PM
as awkward as it may be</P>


sounds like you will need to have the old</P>


Birds and the Gs conversation with your daughter [;)]</P>


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He's young.....it isn't too late to convert him. My daughter doesn't give a **** about football at all, and it's not like he's going to be around by the time football starts. 3 months is a lifetime to a teenager.She will have had at least 2 more "boyfriends" in that span.!!</P>


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it would be much better if he was at least from Philly. Ya knwo, its his local team and hes loyal to it...</P>


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but if hes grown up where u are from and CHOSE the Eagles, then you need to beat this kid wtih a stick</P>


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Here in Syracuse, McNabb was a hero. Young fans and disgruntled Bills fans became Eagles fans</P>


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ahhhh true</P>

myles2424
06-13-2012, 12:26 PM
A 16 yr old boy ok with a parent supervised trip to the movies? Kid can't be that bad, you don't want to know the things I was trying to do when I was 16.....just try to talk some sense into him about his poor taste in teams...

BlueBlitzer
06-13-2012, 07:27 PM
Well unless your family had a business, there wasn't that much out there for 16 year olds. You probably didn't have wheels. And if you really liked this girl, you had to go through " Parent Hell " ie: transportation, forced chaperoning, curfews, or Egad !! working around their yard. Yessir there were lots of roadblocks in your way when you were 16, and wanted to make time with a girl. If the kid had any brains in His head He would have turned into Eddie Haskell

You see sir, this cap was given to me as a gift. I really do not know much about football. Maybe you could give me some pointers.