Getting an e-mail from the dad of a guy you dated.

  • masculumpedes

    Posts: 5549

    Nov 27, 2011 7:10 PM GMT

    The times...they are a'changing...icon_wink.gif

    It's no surprise to anyone who knows me well, that I have mostly dated younger men. However, I have to say that receiving an e-mail from one of those younger guy's dad was surprising and after I thought about it....kind of 'endearing' from a certain point of view, since the dad is only 5 years older than myself.

    He was direct and concerned about his son and our friendship but also wished us the best. Who would have thought...? icon_confused.gif

  • DesireIron

    Posts: 426

    Nov 27, 2011 10:45 PM GMT
    Makes me think of that scene from Sister Act:

    Dolores: What do we do now? Pray? What?

    Reverend Mother: It's 9:00. Pleasant dreams.

    Dolores: W-Wait. Are you tellin' me we go to bed by 9:00?

    Reverend Mother: If I were you, I would use this time to think about my life and its direction. Or lack thereof.

    Dolores: There's nothing wrong with my life. You know, before I came here, I had a career, I had friends, I had clothing that fit. Before I came here, I was okay.

    Reverend Mother: Oh, really? From what I've heard, your singing career was almost non-existent, and your married lover wants you dead. If you're fooling anyone, it is only yourself.

    Reverend Mother: God has brought you here.
    Take the hint.
  • masculumpedes

    Posts: 5549

    Nov 28, 2011 12:17 AM GMT
    yourname2000 saidguffaww...eww.

    Sorry, but that's just really creepy to me on so many levels. It's a judgment call I make for myself, not you...but wow, would that ever not work for me. icon_eek.gif

    Well, you'd have to know a little more about the whole situation but I can see where many guys would feel the same as you. He seems to be very close to and open with his family....which can be a good thing I guess. I could never share anything with mine. icon_wink.gif