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Ahh, the typical teenage girl. Boys! Boys! Boys!! It's all about boys isn't it?? Lol, so firstly, congrats that he asked you out. Also, not to burst your bubble, but he might not be like that, thats what everyone says when they first go out with someone, he/shes not like all the others, so i think you should make sure of this before you go out with him. I think, that if he's truly the one for you, then you should go out with him. Spend some time with him, and find out more about See More▼ him. Then, one day tell your parents to sit down because you have something important that you would like to discuss with them. Talk to them about this boy and tell then everything you know. If it is necessary invite your crush over to dinner so that they can meet him for yourselves. If this doesn't work for you, remind your parents that they don't own you, and that you are old enough to make your own decisions. Say this calmly and maturely cause if you shout at them you will seem childish and not old enough to make your own decision
on September 10, 2012
Well, parents know nest. BUT, be careful. He may end up cheating on you. Tell your parents what you feel, ask them to give it a chance.
on October 11, 2015
You sit them down and pour your heart out to them. The day i brought my boyfriend home my mom didnt like him from the start but they started talking and they had alot in common and she warmed up to him and we have been a couple for a year and some months now and she loves him with all her heart she says she loves him more then me but thats a lie. So you jest sit them down talk to them ask them can you bring him home to meet them let them talk and maybe they will warm up to him.
on May 20, 2014
tell him to come to your house to meet your parents and see what they think if they like him it's a go, but if not... well you can guess the rest
on October 03, 2013
you need to find a way to get your parents to meet him and then let them see what they think of him then also tell them this: dont
on January 27, 2013