5 worst things you can do when meeting her parents

meet the parents

Meet the parents of a friend is scary and exciting, and you can turn it into a real horror show, if you’re doing one or even several of these things. We do not include here the most obvious things from the series to throw up on her shoes in the hallway, this is a little too thick. If you do something about this, you in her family like no one will love.

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1. To take their daughter in the ass.

grabbed by the ass

A little to hug her waist — okay, so you show her parents how much you care about her. But now is not the time to show feelings more clearly. Don’t even stop at the neckline of her dress, put her feet under the table, don’t put your hand on her thigh. Your leg may be wrong and pet, for example, her mother, and that would be embarrassing.

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2. To let go of inappropriate jokes and comments.

wrong conversation

Very, very bad idea to tell a dirty joke or story about how you hate «Jews» or «chocks.» Disrespectful remarks, inappropriate comments, vulgar jokes, racist comments, manifestations of sexism — all leave for another place. And so, on the policy during the first meeting, too, it is better not to speak.

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3. To bring a stupid gift.

Pagani podarunok

I understand you want to make her parents a good impression, but the stupid gift — the bad assistant. We do not need any paintings, statues, potted plants, unless you know for certain that her mother loves them, or anything. The best option is chocolates, fruit basket or flowers. Can you bring a bottle of good wine.

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4. Come drunk or to drink during dinner.

drunk type

To be drunk is disrespectful to her parents, then they tell you again it remember. And they’ll think you’re drunk. It’s frustrating. A drunk man behaves carelessly, poor control of their words and movement and could do something completely stupid you’ll regret. Checked electronics.

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5. Behave with them as if they were frail elderly.

old

To move the chair for her mom or offer to split the bill for dinner, father is good manners. But there is a difference between civility and treatment of persons with disabilities! To move the chair for the Pope is already a hint of his old inconsistency. The same conversation about the weather and some hackneyed movie from the eighties, and indeed the tone in which they speak with children under five years and elderly people after eighty-five. They’re not so old friend.

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