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How To Deal With Your Girls’ Parents

So fellas, have you ever met a really hot girl at school, hit it off with her really well, and then when the dance date comes, her father’s all bent out of shape and won’t let her go? Like you walk in the door, say hi to her dad, ask him what time he wants her back home, and he tells you to hold on because he needs to consult his biometric gun safe.


First off, don’t stress it. He probably doesn’t even have a biometric gun safe. He’s bluffing to make you think he’s rich and powerful. Adding the word biometric to anything you own makes you look rich and powerful. He probably doesn’t even have a gun. Keep your cool and don’t let it bulldoze your negotiation.

Here’s a quick list to help you out


Your best bet is to avoid that situation altogether. You want to establish trust and respect with her loved ones as quickly as possible to avoid unnecessary unpleasantries. Here’s a list of things you can do to grease the wheels.


  • It’s all about presentation. You’ve got to look like a guy who won’t get the girl drugs and knocked up when she’s 17. If you’re gonna be driving her home, wear something nice. Keep yourself clean-shaven. Oh, and chicks dig suits. Get a suit. It’s great for interviews anyhow.
  • Be a gentleman. It’s really not hard. Open doors for her. When you drive her home, walk her to the front door of the house. If you need to make out, make out before you get there. Mind your manners in front of her family and keep your cool.
  • Develop a rapport with the folks. If you ever have the opportunity, say hello to the mother. Especially if you’re wearing a suit. Get to know them. Take an interest in what they are telling you. Let them know who you are (the good things at least). Nothing is worse to a family than a mystery guy. Especially a skeezy-looking mystery guy.
  • Be yourself. People sniff out inauthentic jerks ten times out of ten. Especially parents. They’re trained for this stuff. They’re like bloodhounds. Just be cool. Be yourself. Don’t try to lie your way into good favor. They know you aren’t a saint, even if you are wearing a suit.

Now you’re ready to get out there impress some ladies


If you aren’t really used to this whole, “making a good impression” stuff, relax. It all takes time and some experience. Just do your best and keep on truckin’. You’ll get the hang of it eventually, and if you don’t, there’s always bad-boy appeal you can work with. Just don’t expect any fanfare from the family when they see you around.

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Tim LO

Tim is a love coach and writer for Love Openly.

He has qualifications in NLP, hypnotherapy and stress management. HPD, DipHyp, DipNLP, CertSM