The Great Interrogation: How To Answer A Woman’s Toughest Questions

October 6, 2012  |  

“What do your parents think of me?”

When a girl walks into your parent’s home she realizes she is one of many to have done so. She knows this is just another vetting process for your parents, after a long list of exes. She doesn’t just want to hear they think she’s “great!” She knows they compare her to your exes and if their review of her was something vague like “great” or “nice” she’ll think they haven’t started paying close attention to her yet. She’ll think that she wasn’t special enough to overshadow all the other girls that have walked in there. If your parents said any detail about her—any at all—say it. “My mom thought you had a great sense of style” or “My dad was impressed with your knowledge of x, y or z.”

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