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How To Get Rid Of Your Teenage Daughters Revolting Boyfriend!

First Love!

You have brought your daughter up to be respectful clean and a hard worker. Then something turns the switch and overnight she turns into the daughter from hell! Why?

First Love.

At a certain age, usually around sixteen or seventeen, the girl who called you mommy, took the pet dog for a walk and was always polite suddenly becomes sullen, miserable and just downright tacky.

Now you know there must be something behind this. And guess what? Its usually a boyfriend. So what's making her turn into Cruella Deville? Well, he is. She has started dating and there's nothing you can do about it. But does she choose a good looking nice guy? No.

The boyfriend who your daughter loves with so much teen passion, is in fact a dweeb. And a not very nice one at that.

Sid Snot character by Kenny Everett

Sid Snot!

We have all been there. For some reason only known to teenage girls, our hormones decide to go into overdrive when we spot the most revolting guy out there, who thinks he is really cool.

You know the sort. Leather jacket, punk hair and of course the proverbial cigarette hanging from the corner of his mouth. His spots glow brightly on his shiny face, and his breath smells like something you wouldn't even flush down the pan.

But your daughter loves him. Ye Gods! Did we do that? Yep sure did! But if only we knew how stupid it was back then.

They say youth is wasted on the young. And how right that saying is. In England the dweebs come in a rather strange package.

The teen boys wear trousers hanging down their posterior so that we can see their lovely boxer shorts, trainers too big for them, and a cap usually placed sideways on their heads.

Yes they look like a demented three year old just escaped from kindergarten! We call them Chavs!

But whether they wear the leather jacket, or baggy pants that hang under their ass, they all have one thing in common. They are revolting! Just like the comedian from the seventies Kenny Everitt, they look like Sid Snot. So what can we do about it? Well quite a lot in fact!

Boyfriend Material? Nah!

Its sorta like a chav innit?

Its sorta like a chav innit?

Do's And Don'ts!

Now before you decide to sling them both out on their ears, think! How can you get your sweet little darling teen girl back without breaking her heart, and breaking his head? Here's a few ideas.

Do Not:

  • Pass out the second he walks through the front door. Your daughter will see this a a typical parental response. And she will milk it so much you will never hear the end of it.
  • Phone the police, yelling 'Help my daughter has been abducted by thing thing from the swamp'! Not a good way to introduce yourself!
  • Wipe your hands down your trousers and quickly grab for the hand wash after shaking his hand in introduction.
  • Whatever you do, don't cry!
  • Offer to take his coat, then throw it in the trash!
  • Put clean towels down on the seat that you have just offered him. You may ruin the towels!
  • If he says in his typical teen nightmare way 'I loves your daughter, we is gonna get married' do not scream at the top of your voice with the words 'Dear Lord what have I done to deserve this?'
  • And last but not least, never offer your daughter money to keep away from him. This will just make her love him more!

Boy Explains 'Chav Speak' English Style! Funny!

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Your Daughters Boyfriend?  public domain

Your Daughters Boyfriend? public domain

Dancing To Da Beat!

Things You Should Do!


  • Smile sweetly and give him a big hug. This will confuse your daughter, and what's more his street cred will crumble.
  • Offer to buy him spot cream as you think he is a handsome boy but Oh those zits!
  • Ask how many babies they are going to have as your daughter always told you she wanted at least four!
  • Offer to invite his parents and him over for Sunday lunch after Church. This should bring out the first sweat if he hasn't already started!
  • Tell him in no certain terms that your daughter is highly intelligent and will love having great conversations about Einstein and Relativity. Then offer him a cookie.
  • Keep explaining that your husband has a terrific job in Sales, and when your daughter gets married its expected that the husband will join the firm too. Keep it in the family I say!
  • Ask him if he would mind mowing the lawn as your husbands away for a couple of days, and you have really put your back out.
  • Tell your daughter that you are so impressed with her choice of boyfriend you are planning on having a tea party.
  • Tell him that the music he has screaming from his iPod is your kind of thing baby! And can you borrow it? You always loved Rap music and 'Can I show you how to 'Get down with the beat'? If this doesn't make him run for the hills then he is made of sterner stuff than you thought!
  • Leave the best till last. Tell him that you always go clubbing with your daughter, she loves to see her mom getting 'Jiggy on the dance floor dude'. Then offer him another cookie.
  • Get out the alcohol and say, 'Is vodka your tipple? Or do you prefer Gin? My daughter loves a good glass of wine, she is a bit allergic to it and throws up all over the carpet virtually every night, but hey that's cool, I love her'!

If You Don't Act Now This Could Be Your Daughters Future!

Vicky Pollard -Still from Little Britain TV Comedy public domain

Vicky Pollard -Still from Little Britain TV Comedy public domain


By this time your daughter will have either passed out with shock, ran to her room in total embarrassment or tried to kill you. Either way, its goodbye to the Revolting Boyfriend from Hell!

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Nell Rose (author) from England on June 04, 2014:

Hi Aneegma, lol! the Fonz! oh that's so funny! I am sure you won't allow your kids to wear those pants on top of their trousers! haha! Hell raisers made me laugh too! have a great day, nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on June 04, 2014:

Thanks ananceleste! lol! those guys with those trousers! Ew! thanks for reading, nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on June 04, 2014:

Hi Paula, well, chav means....Council housing, and violent! LOL! in other words not someone you would want to bump into in the night in a dark alley! haha! thanks for coming back, nell

Jasmine S from Pennsylvania on June 04, 2014:

Teenage girls are the reason I'm not a mother yet. I look at them and remember me when I was a teen and the awful tattooed idiot I liked who couldn't round up a proper English sentence, smoked like a chimney and drank like a fish and yet I was crazy about him because he looked like the Fonz from Happy days. Now the teens are getting worse with them wearing their underwear outside their clothes (I hate that more than anything ever!) So I've spared myself the torment and remained motherless LOL

Absolutely hilarious hub but so true. I feel sorry for parents of teenagers. But who knows one day I'll succumb to the pressures and raise one of these hell raisers myself LOL. Well Done Nell, Voted up.

Anan Celeste from California on June 03, 2014:

This is hysterical Nell! Love this.

Suzie from Carson City on June 03, 2014:

Been so long since this went round the first time......Funny. Actually, even funnier!......Do you know what "Chav" stands for? What is it in reference to? The young man's video is hilarious!

Nell Rose (author) from England on December 13, 2013:

lol! me too ziyena! thanks so much for reading, nell

ziyena from the Somewhere Out There on December 12, 2013:

Awwwww Nell ... too funny, but so true. I think I'm laughing because I did a few of these things to my poor mom. Great hub full of laughs! cheers UP


Nell Rose (author) from England on December 12, 2013:

Hi Freya, thanks for coming back, and take care, and once again it really made my day speaking to you again, bye for now.

Freya Cesare from Borneo Island, Indonesia on December 12, 2013:

Yep! Nell Rose's works are always amusing and very funny. I came to the right place to have a good laughs.. Thank you very much, Nell. Wish you all the best and I'm so sorry, I can't visiting you often. Bye for now.

Nell Rose (author) from England on November 19, 2013:

Hi rebecca, lol! hope so! thank goodness I had a boy! thanks for reading, nell

Rebecca Mealey from Northeastern Georgia, USA on November 19, 2013:

This is a cute article. I'll bet lots of Moms of teen girls will really get a kick out of this Great job! And the pictures are soooo perfect!

Nell Rose (author) from England on November 17, 2013:

Thanks JP, yes it that teen thing, at least with boys they tend to get girlfriends who are not so revolting! lol! thanks for reading, nell

JPSO138 from Cebu, Philippines, International on November 17, 2013:

Good thing I only have one child and it's a boy. Your hub is funny and informative and moreover worth reading for. I will definitely advise my friends to check this out.

Nell Rose (author) from England on November 16, 2013:

Hi michael! LOL! that's really funny! thanks for reading, yes I may not have had to put up with revolting boyfriends, but my son brought home a few revolting girlfriends! the funniest thing was when the really snobby one turned up, she loved herself, until she leaned against my pet rats cage, suddenly realized what it was, and ran out screaming! Haha!

Micheal from United Kingdom on November 15, 2013:

This was so funny Nell Rose I just showed it to my granddaughter (9)

She asked me about Vicky Pollard character and all those kids.

I told her. 'That could be you, in a few years time'

She said 'No Way, no way' lol

Nell Rose (author) from England on November 14, 2013:

Hi Wiccan, lol! erm I will have to think about that one! my friends daughter was gay and we all went on holiday together with the girlfriend too, she was a nightmare! she was jealous of guys chatting up her girlfriend, and she was jealous of girls chatting up her girlfriend! she is not with her now, thank goodness! lol!

Mackenzie Sage Wright on November 14, 2013:

This is soo funny. I used to wonder if I was going to end up having to deal with this, but my daughter is a lesbian. You wouldn't happen to have any ideas about how to get rid of your daughter's girlfriend, would you? LOL. Voted up.

Nell Rose (author) from England on November 09, 2013:

Oh lol! I wondered where they had gone! Yes Bubblews is great! But I do love writing here still, its just like proper articles here, and fun there, but get paid! lol!

lovedoctor926 on November 09, 2013:

Hi Nell, I magically reappeared again here on the hub. I deleted all of my previous hubs. I might start writing again soon since Billy is starting a new challenge where every writer can participate and submit articles on historical places to visit in their city. I will keep you posted. How's Bubblews going for you? I'm making some bucks there. lol

Nell Rose (author) from England on November 09, 2013:

Hey lovedoctor, I can't see any of your hubs, you need to go into edit and change the setting for seeing the ones that are not showing up, okay?

Nell Rose (author) from England on November 09, 2013:

Hi DDE, so darn true! lol! thanks for reading, nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on November 09, 2013:

Thanks lovedoctor! lol! glad you liked it, nell

Devika Primić from Dubrovnik, Croatia on November 09, 2013:

How To Get Rid Of Your Teenage Daughters Revolting Boyfriend great tips here and so helpful indeed. Sometimes teenage girls think they have it all and meet the wrong guys and somehow manage to put up with those revolting ones.

lovedoctor926 on November 08, 2013:

A very clever hub and funny too.

Nell Rose (author) from England on November 08, 2013:

Thanks mythbuster! lol! yeah sorta like chav innit? thanks so much for reading, nell

mythbuster from Utopia, Oz, You Decide on November 08, 2013:

HAHA! Loved the "chav speak" video. A very funny article from start to finish, NRose!

Nell Rose (author) from England on August 21, 2013:

Hi molly, lol! that is so true! yes that is from the program Little Britain, so funny isn't it? thanks so much for reading, nell

Mary Strain from The Shire on August 20, 2013:

Nell, loved this!! How did I miss it? What's the old saying? Craft and experience will always win over youth and arrogance? Loved, loved the last photo!! Sharing.

Nell Rose (author) from England on November 11, 2012:

?! lol!

john on November 09, 2012:

Take his head off with a shovel.

Nell Rose (author) from England on October 18, 2012:

Hi Tycoonsam, lol! thanks for reading, and I am glad you liked it, nell

Hi moonlake, Aw thanks! lol! that darn score! yes its best to keep schtum as we say over here, when meeting that boy for the first time! lol!

moonlake from America on October 18, 2012:

Good one. We were lucky our daughter never brought anything like you mentioned home but she did bring a few we could not stand. Never said a bad word about them in front of her. Enjoyed reading your hub. Glad to see your score back up. Voted uP!

TycoonSam from Washington, MI on October 17, 2012:

Absolutely Brilliant!

Thanks for the laugh. Voted up and funny!

Nell Rose (author) from England on October 13, 2012:

Thanks again Eddy, hope your having a great weekend, nell

Eiddwen from Wales on October 13, 2012:

Oh yes Nell definitely one of your best . I loved id and the pic of Vicky Pollard was awesome. here's to so many more to share and I share this one. Enjoy .


Nell Rose (author) from England on October 12, 2012:

Hi tills, Yuck! Haha! brilliant! thanks again for reading, and the laugh!

Mary Craig from New York on October 12, 2012:

Right to the top again Nell! This was not only funny but scarily true in so many places. You really have a knack for passing on the right information while we laugh through! One of my daughters had a boyfriend named Chuck whom we called Yuck, so I am very familiar with the situation and you've more than done it justice!

Voted up, useful, and funny.

Nell Rose (author) from England on October 10, 2012:

Hi Tawny, lol! glad it made you laugh, and thanks so much, nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on October 10, 2012:

Hi lyric, you have all this to look forward to! lol! thanks as always, nell

Tawny from Inver Grove Heights, MN on October 10, 2012:

I do not have a teen daughter...or any daughter, but this made me laugh! I will definitely be sharing with many friends :)

Richard Ricky Hale from West Virginia on October 09, 2012:

Nell, LMAO!!! I love your personality!! I know it shows in your writing! It reminds me of my auntie! This was hilarious, OMG. My daughter is only 4 and I already dread the coming years:( Awesome as always Nell. Take care my dear. Voted up, useful, awesome, funny, and interesting. Shared also.

Nell Rose (author) from England on October 09, 2012:

Thanks midget, yes there are ways and means! haha!

Michelle Liew from Singapore on October 08, 2012:

Most girls like the "bad boy" sort at that you say, they think it is cool! Thanks for the tips on how to shove him off, Nell!!

Nell Rose (author) from England on October 08, 2012:

Hi alocsin, haha! brilliant! thanks as always, nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on October 08, 2012:

Hi grandmapearl, lol! yes those trousers! what are they thinking? thanks so much for reading, nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on October 08, 2012:

Hi kitty! me too! my sid snot was after school, we were punks so you can imagine! lol! thanks as always, nell

Kitty Fields from Summerland on October 08, 2012:

HIlarious Nell! Makes me worry about when my daughter hits the teen years...though we have quite a few years to go before then. Guess I'll enjoy the sweetness while it lasts. As for the sid snots...yes, I had one of those in high school and swore I was going to marry him. Now I see him on FB and find him revolting! LOL. Awesome hub, you made me laugh...and cry. :)

Connie Smith from Southern Tier New York State on October 08, 2012:

Another winner, Nell! Though I don't have any daughters, I knew from the title that it was a must-read, particularly since you wrote it! And I thought guys in America dressed weird! I cannot imagine why anyone would want to dress like that, or even think that it was cool? It really does take all kinds to make the world go 'round. So glad I never have to deal with this! Voted Up across the board.

Aurelio Locsin from Orange County, CA on October 07, 2012:

Love your strategies! I'd like to suggest that the most effective one is point out a better boyfriend for her, but tell her secretly, how much you hate that new one even worse than the current one. Voting this Up and Interesting.

Nell Rose (author) from England on October 07, 2012:

Hi Everyone, thanks so much for the great comments, I fell about laughing! sorry it took me so long to answer, I was over my sons place.

Yes chavs is the stupid word we use, I have no idea where it comes from! lol! I will have to look it up, but I always call these type of guys, Kyles, purely because of the Jeremy Kyle show we have over here, I think its probably shown in the States too? you know the ones I mean, no teeth, spots, baggy trousers and a pale skin like a vamp! thanks so much for reading, and Jools, spot on! haha!

Claudia Porter on October 07, 2012:

As the mother of a 10 year old I am dreading these upcoming years. I'll have to remember some of your tips. Funny hub!!!!

Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on October 07, 2012:

This is so funny and creative, Nell! You've taught me a new word, too - I've never heard of "chavs" before. Thanks for both the information and the entertainment.

crissytsu from Texas on October 07, 2012:

My mom went through this with my oldest sister when she was 16. She tried everything in her power to get rid of this guy, some even drastic measures. In the long run my sister married him when she was 17 and they were married for over 20 years until he passed away...I guess you could say it backfired on my mom, big time. Luckily he ended up maturing into a decent person.

Girish puri from NCR , INDIA on October 07, 2012:

Nell interesting hub, my daughter has just started going to the college, and what you write in you hub, makes my heart beat, enjoyed Nell, you make my day, thanks

Linda Bilyeu from Orlando, FL on October 06, 2012:

I like the way you think mama! Luckily I never went through this with my daughters. Yeehaw!!! I'll keep these tips in mind when my granddaughter starts dating. Oh my!

Dianna Mendez on October 06, 2012:

Nell, you have me laughing. I don't have to worry about this problem but I can relate to those who have a daughter in the home. What can you do? Just ride the storm out... great advice and thanks.

Deb Hirt from Stillwater, OK on October 06, 2012:

You have a sick sense of humor, just like me. We could easily continue this saga. I'll bet it would be a better show than "Are You Being Served?"

Genna East from Massachusetts, USA on October 06, 2012:

Oh Nell, when saw this title, I had to chuckle. If only my folks had read this years ago when I was in my teens and going through my rebellion phase. Dad used to say, {sigh} “Here’s another one of Gen’s trogs.” Lol. Thank goodness it didn’t last long. I can remember when my son was a teenager, and he had a couple of trogettes chasing him. I used to bite my nails, and tongue not to say anything. What was that line from the ‘Fantastics’ about dealing with teenagers? “If you want them to do anything, just say no.” This hub is a treasure!! :-)

Martie Coetser from South Africa on October 06, 2012:

Oh gosh, and I thought I have forgotten all about my daughter's revolting boyfriend! And now you've awaken all my memories, Nell! Lol!

But ya, I realized that it was my punishment for giving my parents grey hair.

In a couple of years it will be my daughter's turn to be punished.....

I will surely help her to get rid of punks :)

Thanks for the tips, Nell!

Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on October 06, 2012:

HaHaHaHa, Very entertaining read. I always wanted a Daughter, not any more..Hee

Rebecka Vigus from Nancy KY on October 06, 2012:

Totally entertaining. I should have had this about 15 years ago.

Dale Anderson from The High Seas on October 06, 2012:

FINALLY a practical guide to something. This is the most useful thing I have read since the squidoo lens So you want to dress like a stripper? (which I also wrote). Bravo to you!

Carolee Samuda from Jamaica on October 06, 2012:

LOL LOL LOL, Yes Nell, the best way to catch bees is with honey. Tell your daughter how much you like the new boyfriend and she will dump him faster than a garbage truck dump its contents. I love this...wish I had a daughter to do this with. :(

G. Diane Nelson Trotter from Fontana on October 06, 2012:

At bac2, it also slows them down when running from the police. Have you ever watched a foot chase with the thug holding his pants up while he runs.

Anne from United Kingdom on October 06, 2012:

Hi Nell. Funny you should bring this hub out just now, as I am going to the UK next week and my daughters new boyfriend is quaking in his boots at the thought of meeting me for the first time. She´s not a teenager though, so there´s no need for me to terrify the poor lad to death, well unless he needs it LOL. Great hub Nell and it was nice to see a young lad that can actually speak in English and with intelligence, and doesn´t I suspect wear his jeans almost around his knees..why do they do that, it looks so stupid and uncomfortable too ?

SilverGenes on October 06, 2012:

Nell, I had to stop reading this part way through until I could regain my composure! Hilarious! Oh, where was this excellent advice five years ago!?

Deborah Neyens from Iowa on October 06, 2012:

I don't have a teenage daughter but I had to read this anyway. It did not disappoint. Very funny!

ignugent17 on October 06, 2012:


I have no daughter but I would gladly share this to my sister. She got a 10 year old and this is a good way of preparing her.

This is really funny. Thanks for the laughs. :-))

Jackie Lynnley from the beautiful south on October 06, 2012:

Oh lord you picked a good one! Some were so bad it was all I could do to look them in the face to say hi and one was so awful I took my daughter in the other room to ask how on earth she could pick someone so sickening and I broke down in sobs and couldn't talk. Thank God she did drop him though. I sure would never go back there again! What a time. My daughter was the nightmare from hell for sure and the truth is, she still is! Maybe you can feel better now about not having one. My son and I are great friends though, so who can know.

Daisy Mariposa from Orange County (Southern California) on October 06, 2012:


Thanks for providing me with a such a big smile this morning. Your suggestions are terrific.

Jools Hogg from North-East UK on October 06, 2012:

Nell, great hub init? Yer bit no bu yer but no bu Nell slagged off 'er boyfriend cos she seen 'im snoggin' at the dole office bu it weren't a kiss, they were passin' Greggs pasty from mouth to mouth init? Are you callin' me a slag like?

I still don't get the jeans halfway down the backside with the drawers sticking out of the top - why?

carol stanley from Arizona on October 06, 2012:

though I don't have or never had a teenage daughter I decided to read this..I knew I would get a chuckle or two. However I know from my friends it was a huge problem and one that had to be handled with kid gloves. Great job as always. Voted UP.

Suzie from Carson City on October 06, 2012:

Nell...once again in your famously humorous way, you have saved the day. Fortunately, I never had a daughter. Fortunately for her and her potential boyfriends. This Mom is not the subtle type! LOL....You are great, Nell....and come to think of it, I believe it's good you do not have a daughter either!!...............UP++

Angie Jardine from Cornwall, land of the eternally youthful mind ... on October 06, 2012:

Thank goodness I’m a gran now though the dorks in my daughter’s youth did not look as ridiculous as they do now … that ‘look at my underpants’ look is just so naff.

G. Diane Nelson Trotter from Fontana on October 06, 2012:

Larry I feel your pain. I teach school. Back in the day we didn't want our bra straps to show. Now everybody shows at least the straps. It is very obvious that some are not washed from week to week.

2patricias from Sussex by the Sea on October 06, 2012:

I wish I'd read this at least 10 years ago! My husband and I once made the mistake of saying that we liked a certain boyfriend (we really did) - he was off the scene before we could blink!

Dr Anupma Srivastava from India on October 05, 2012:

It really feel bad when your daughter do not listen you. I am also a daughter and whatever you write, I agree with it strongly. You have given some very important tips that can be helpful in disaster.

Thanks for sharing.

Rosemary Sadler from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand on October 05, 2012:

This is hilarious Nell. I usually left getting rid of the dreadful boyfriend to her older brother, always worked a treat and kept her sweet with me Lol.

Karen Metz from Michigan on October 05, 2012:

Thanks for a great laugh!

Larry Fields from Northern California on October 05, 2012:

Hi Diane. You wrote:

"Also DO ask: Are you practicing for incarceration? That's where the sag started. It lets the other convicts know your backside is available."

I'd read that. I'd also read another prison-related explanation. Supposedly the authorities frequently hand out trousers that are way too large.

BTW, I'm not giving a free pass to teenage girls. Muffin-tops are not exactly eye-candy either. (obese girls wearing low-rider jeans)

G. Diane Nelson Trotter from Fontana on October 05, 2012:

When I saw the headline, I KNEW it was written by you. Add to DO: Offer him a diaper change. Haven't you noticed that the seat of the pants is at his knees. It looks like his pants are full of poop.

Also DO ask: Are you practicing for incarceration? That's where the sag started. It lets the other convicts know your backside is available.

Martin Kloess from San Francisco on October 05, 2012:

My daughter couldn't pick a winner to save her life. Each was worse than the previous. My favorite was " the commander of a Navy SEAL unit". I would stay quiet and be ready to listen over tea and cake. When she became a chef, she became too busy to date.

Dana Strang from Ohio on October 05, 2012:

OMG! This is great! Love that part about offering zit cream! You are hilariously creative! :)

Jennifer Vasconcelos from Cyberspace and My Own World on October 05, 2012:

Hysterical Nell!!

drbj and sherry from south Florida on October 05, 2012:

I am memorizing your hilarious suggestions, Nell, as they should work well to get rid of any noxious folks be they boyfriends, girlfriends, nosy neighbors or annoying salespeople. Thanks for your assistance.

Jeannie Marie from Baltimore, MD on October 05, 2012:

Some of these suggestions could work for just about any annoying houseguest you'd like to kick out the door. Hey, thanks for the advice!

Janine Huldie from New York, New York on October 05, 2012:

Nell, this was a riot and as the mom to two girls who will someday be teenagers, I truly loved this article. Really gave me a wonderful laugh tonight I must admit. Have of course, voted, shared and tweeted too!!

Larry Fields from Northern California on October 05, 2012:

Hi Nell. Loved this hub! Few things are funnier than a good truth joke.

I wish that I had read this when I was a teenager. It would have given me time to come up with some good rejoinders. :)

Justsilvie on October 05, 2012:

I loved this, but soooo glad I have boys...

I love the picture of Vicky Pollard... (I miss BBC) They ought to make the character the poster child for birth control. :)

Rich from Kentucky on October 05, 2012:

Nell -

My dear, you have another winner! lol Great humor here! I used to embarrass my oldest daughter to death my giving all of her dates the third degree. I'd usually see if I could get them mad and nervous to see what they were really made of. Then, I'd usually end it with, "Excuse me, I need to take a pill before I lose my head and really get violent. There are times I wonder if I should even own a gun at all." and leave the room. My daughter said I scared away more of her dates that way, but funny, not one of them ever brought her home late! lol Great Job!

JP Carlos from Quezon CIty, Phlippines on October 05, 2012:

I really enjoyed this one. I love the dash of humor sprinkled over an important topic like this. I just don't know what I'll do should my daughter introduce to us a boyfriend like this. ha ha ha. At least I still have several years to prepare. I'm still focusing on potty training so I guess I'm still quite far from this situation. :) Voted UP and Shared.

Nell Rose (author) from England on October 05, 2012:

Hi mary, lol! I can just imagine your face when you saw that! no, unfortunately I never had a girl, but a beautiful boy, but it works both ways, some of those girlfriends! shudder! lol! it was my friend today that had me in absolute hysterics talking about her girls boyfriend! thanks as always, nell

Nell Rose (author) from England on October 05, 2012:

Hi passthejelly, great name! lol! thanks for reading, its every mothers nightmare if she has a girl! I found that out today with my friend!

Mary Hyatt from Florida on October 05, 2012:

After raising four daughters, I can relate to this. You didn't mention the boyfriend that comes roaring up to the house on his huge Harley! I've had that happen, too.

I really enjoyed this Hub; sounds like you are an experienced Mother of girls!

I voted this UP, etc. and will share.

passthejelly from Lakewood Colorado on October 05, 2012:

Very entertaining hub. I personally have never had to deal with this, but it was nice to see the perspective you had. Hopefully if I have a daughter one day I won't have to deal with a scumbag boyfriend xD. The best thing I can do is attempt to not be one lol.

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