Bruce Cameron’s Eight Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter. You should strike while the iron is hot, so to speak. If you pull into the driveway and honk, do not expect mom to come rushing out to your car.
Questions Savi Pearl was able to vocalize on paper.
Here is her note in it’s entirety: Upon my discovery of the news, I engaged (no pun intended) in several conversations with my [friends].
In the off chance that you haven’t read the book I will summarize the eight rules. Be civilized and walk up to the front door and ring the bell. The kind of dancing where couples actually touch each other and move their bodies and limbs in time to the music. She sleeps very soundly and you would still be responsible for getting her home. What I’m saying is that surely you don’t want to try to explain to concerned bystanders why you are carrying what appears to be a dead body out of the restaurant. I’m sure my mother would be quite interested in dating the right man.
Rule # 7-- Don’t waste time waiting for my daughter to get ready. Rule #--8 Do not take my daughter anyplace where there are beds, sofas, or anything softer than a wooden stool. I am only interested in what is right and proper for our older citizens.
Crabby Cancer after a large group of us found out (through Facebook) that one of our dear friends was engaged to be married.