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Another Gutfiddle stepdaughter rant, sort of....Her first day of her freshman year was today and I'm anxious to hear how it went. I've really grown to love my wife's kids and care about them alot and want to see them grow into solid young adults. We take the let the kids do their thing and become independent approach and have kept their noses clean so far. Last Thursday at HS orientation I could see the looks on the upperclassmens faces as my stepdaughter and her friends walked the hall like livestock to the slaughter:(

Overheard one of her friends on the phone discussing making out w/ her boyfriend as he felt her up, ugh. I'm rehashing the urgency of her mother to have the talk and give her access to condoms. Yesterday, my wife dyed her daughters hair w/ blonde streaks and she had beautiful brunette healthy hair now she looks like a $2 jezebel:( She gets home from HS about 2:30 est so i'm about to rush home and hope for the best.

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Read "Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters." It's written by a female pediatrician and it's about male role models and how it effects how daughters turn out.
 

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dayhiker said:
Read "Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters." It's written by a female pediatrician and it's about male role models and how it effects how daughters turn out.
Read those last two words as "put out."
 

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dayhiker said:
Read "Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters." It's written by a female pediatrician and it's about male role models and how it effects how daughters turn out.
Oh boy.
 

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you're alive?
 

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thatsmybush said:
Read those last two words as "put out."
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I'm definitely a fan of the brunette over the blond highlights... I wish you best of luck, its going to be tough.

Mines only two and a half and I've already started to sweat bullets over what the future holds for me....
 

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rogger said:
It's basically her observations with how promiscuous kids are versus the role of the father in their life. Come on now, don't tell me you haven't noticed a correlation between chicks with daddy issues and ones without daddy issues :)
 

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When my stepson started getting interested in girls I went out and bought some condoms and put them in the medicine cabinet where he's sure to see them. No restocking necessary as yet, but I check periodically just in case and will be happy to do so when the time comes.
 

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dayhiker said:
It's basically her observations with how promiscuous kids are versus the role of the father in their life. Come on now, don't tell me you haven't noticed a correlation between chicks with daddy issues and ones without daddy issues :)
You might want to read several threads posted by teh Gutt, they are an education. Drink copious amounts of Natty Light and post pics of yourself on the terlet while you're about it, m'kay?
 

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Moreon. You shoulda started her on a diet of Orange Crush, ranch dressing, Oreos and whole milk daily a few years ago.

Maybe you'll luck out and she'll like the ladies.


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gutfiddle said:
... Yesterday, my wife dyed her daughters hair w/ blonde streaks and she had beautiful brunette healthy hair now she looks like a $2 jezebel...

Yabbut she and the spousal unit look very happy.
 

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JoeDaddio said:
Moreon. You shoulda started her on a diet of Orange Crush, ranch dressing, Oreos and whole milk daily a few years ago.

Maybe you'll luck out and she'll like the ladies.


joe
Chris Rock as expert...NSFW...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tojBadSr2zI

//Keep her off the pole
 

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JoeDaddio said:
Moreon. You shoulda started her on a diet of Orange Crush, ranch dressing, Oreos and whole milk daily a few years ago.

Maybe you'll luck out and she'll like the ladies.


joe

mmmm Oreo's....
 

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naturaldub said:
the good news is she probably won't get knocked up on the first day
Follow Wooglin's advice and get a stack of condoms and a handful of EPT sticks. See which one needs restocked sooner.

 

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gutfiddle said:
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Careful about commenting on the hair-color. It looks remarkably similar to the color currently sported by Mrs. Gutt. Which I imagine is not a coincidence.

You two have to work together to send a clear consistent message as to what your expectations are. The hardest (and, in the end, most satisfying) lesson that my wife and I had to learn is that it is more important to be a kid's parent rather than his friend. Even when they get to that sullen, too-cool teenage stage where they speak only in grunts, your kids still look up to you guys for guidance and cues on which choices to make and how to navigate life. And during the teen years kids truly do learn by example, meaning that it isn't so much the lectures and yelling that make an impression on them (even though they do), but more the message that you send as they watch you live your life.

And if that doesn't work, a burqa is probably the answer for your daughter.
 

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Gregory Taylor said:
The hardest (and, in the end, most satisfying) lesson that my wife and I had to learn is that it is more important to be a kid's parent rather than his friend.

And if that doesn't work, a burqa is probably the answer for your daughter.

That's solid gold right there. Kids have enough friends. As a parent, I do things for my kids that their friends would never do.

The burqa isn't a bad idea either.
 

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Gregory Taylor said:
Careful about commenting on the hair-color. It looks remarkably similar to the color currently sported by Mrs. Gutt. Which I imagine is not a coincidence.

You two have to work together to send a clear consistent message as to what your expectations are. The hardest (and, in the end, most satisfying) lesson that my wife and I had to learn is that it is more important to be a kid's parent rather than his friend. Even when they get to that sullen, too-cool teenage stage where they speak only in grunts, your kids still look up to you guys for guidance and cues on which choices to make and how to navigate life. And during the teen years kids truly do learn by example, meaning that it isn't so much the lectures and yelling that make an impression on them (even though they do), but more the message that you send as they watch you live your life.

And if that doesn't work, a burqa is probably the answer for your daughter.
Holy carp! He'd better get her condoms, keep her away from nude beaches, and build her a chicken coop and big pen! :blush2: I mean, I love Gutt and his threads, but if we are going to lead by example this might be a problem.

PS: Please note I have absolutely nothing against Gutt, his lifestyle, his choices in life, or his cool family. Thank you for your attention on this manner.:thumbsup: :D
 
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