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Princess
20-06-2004, 06:13 PM
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Sarah
20-06-2004, 06:24 PM
Thats a very interesting article, Princess.

My relationship with my father is very good I would say. We're very close and my dad is a lovely man. Aww gooey!

wee me
20-06-2004, 06:52 PM
that is really interestin!! i get on well enuff with my dad and i suppose my relationships are ok, so it does make sense for me!!

Vertical Vortex
20-06-2004, 06:59 PM
and now am i thinking: is this the same way with guys and there mothers?

Sarah
20-06-2004, 07:01 PM
and now am i thinking: is this the same way with guys and there mothers?

I'm not too convined about that. I think it is just Fathers and Daughters. Although I could very well be wrong.

Vertical Vortex
20-06-2004, 07:03 PM
I'm not too convined about that. I think it is just Fathers and Daughters. Although I could very well be wrong.

nah i think your right. Boys are very different from girls... (so now everbody know! there IS a difference between boys and girls) and i think the same goes for relationships...

wee me
20-06-2004, 07:20 PM
yeh i dont think its the same for motheres and sons either. that would be strange. but anyway, ne goss ne1?

Hazzle
20-06-2004, 10:54 PM
I don't mean to be rude, but I just feel that the girls on here are often much happier discussing such personal matters on their own boards. Since this, it seems, relates to daughters and their fathers, rather than mothers and their sons, and I don't know if there are that many fathers on here (I could be wrong, of course), this is largely a post that relates to the lovely KKW girls rather than us lads...so perhaps if you moved this to the girls' forums you'd get more candid replies?

apoggy
20-06-2004, 10:57 PM
Doubtful Haz, everybody reads everything, especially now the forum is in disarray. I'll consider moving if the girls really want it to be

Hazzle
20-06-2004, 11:01 PM
Hehe...I didn't mean to sound like a git, it just seemed that their boards were so empty and could probably do with some extra material too :D

And it's not really the reading that gets candid responses, more the fact that they don't get ridiculed by slightly immature members of our own gender who let the rest of us down, since us blokes are banned from replying (and no, that is NOT a cue to start asking for a men-only forum...we don't need one, nor want one, nor will there ever be one...end of story)

acliff
20-06-2004, 11:13 PM
Hehe...I didn't mean to sound like a git, it just seemed that their boards were so empty and could probably do with some extra material too :D

And it's not really the reading that gets candid responses, more the fact that they don't get ridiculed by slightly immature members of our own gender who let the rest of us down, since us blokes are banned from replying (and no, that is NOT a cue to start asking for a men-only forum...we don't need one, nor want one, nor will there ever be one...end of story)

So much spam in such a short amount of time. How unbelievable. Welcome back... I think.

Hazzle
20-06-2004, 11:17 PM
So much spam in such a short amount of time. How unbelievable. Welcome back... I think.



The Spaminator is back...I wouldn't have thought it was unbelievable at all. Rather expected I would've thought :p

Kelsey
21-06-2004, 12:14 AM
I think it's wierd that girls want to be with guys who are like their dads. I have an okay relationship with my dad (better than with my mom, at least), yet I've had only shit relationships with guys, and I've already vowed never to get married. I'm not really taking that article too seriously, but thanks for sharing it.

gracie
21-06-2004, 06:10 PM
yeah my friend wrote her psych term paper on that theory. its pretty widely accepted for both males and females. Oedipal complex anyone?

Vertical Vortex
21-06-2004, 06:19 PM
I think it's wierd that girls want to be with guys who are like their dads. I have an okay relationship with my dad (better than with my mom, at least), yet I've had only shit relationships with guys, and I've already vowed never to get married. I'm not really taking that article too seriously, but thanks for sharing it.

The article is not for all lady's... but it want shock me if its correct for most of the girls on this planet...
but what i am thinking... should this article only be about the modern west? because i think these kind of relationships with parents are alot different in the poor parts of africa and stuff...

Newell4keira
21-06-2004, 09:29 PM
Maybe but the topic is about daughters and fathers so that must mean from all over the worldso if someone in Africa did get on here (Wild i know) then they could post their views on here.

Hazzle
22-06-2004, 01:15 AM
yeah my friend wrote her psych term paper on that theory. its pretty widely accepted for both males and females. Oedipal complex anyone?

Well it's the Electra Complex for fathers and daughters if memory serves, whilst the Oedipus Complex is for sons and mothers...and if memory serves the two theories are similar, but not identical, with slightly different psychological reasons behind them.

That said, I'm no psychologist.

apoggy
22-06-2004, 01:27 AM
That said, I'm no psychologist.

Just weird :p

Hazzle
22-06-2004, 01:28 AM
Just weird :p


Oh yes...in NEED of a psychologist, no doubt...

Hazzle
22-06-2004, 02:17 AM
Most definitely, and the Electra complex is the female equivalent, more or less.

:confused: Did I not say that? Have I been replaced already? :(

:eek:

Vertical Vortex
22-06-2004, 10:30 AM
Maybe but the topic is about daughters and fathers so that must mean from all over the worldso if someone in Africa did get on here (Wild i know) then they could post their views on here.


so, all what we have to do, is travel to a poor part of africa, give them a computer with internet, help them registering to this forum, let them reply and go home again with all the stuff :rolleyes:

who want to do it?

Newell4keira
22-06-2004, 03:58 PM
No, it doesnt matter, but i suppose you could just go and ask about how they feel.

Mandy
22-06-2004, 10:14 PM
Errr...thanks for that. I wasn't sure, but now I think I won't marry my mom.....

To get back on track, I don't really think I'd want to date someone that's like what my dad was like. Of course, if you knew me, you'd know the whole story behind that...

I can understand this theory though, because most fathers are caring and overprotective of their daughters and I'd want that same secure feeling from my husband as well.

Chillout
06-01-2007, 09:15 AM
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Make me.

seventhson
06-01-2007, 06:53 PM
I don't mean to be rude, but I just feel that the girls on here are often much happier discussing such personal matters on their own boards. Since this, it seems, relates to daughters and their fathers, rather than mothers and their sons, and I don't know if there are that many fathers on here (I could be wrong, of course),

My 12yr. old daughter & I have lots of good times together! I wrote a song for her when she was a baby, "She's my little Olivia the prettiest girl in the world. She's my little Olivia the pretiest girl in the world...
She's so sweet & very smart. She's the treasure of my heart. She's my little Olivia the pretiest girl in the world..."
It's a cute little nursery rhyme kinda tune that I can sing/throw down just to tease/embarrass her a little bit now that she is a tween (no longer a little kid, not yet a teen). She pretends she's mad & hits me, but it doesn't hurt, we laugh & it's all good. She will always be my little girl. I'll always be the old man.
I'm proud as bunch she's growing up so fast, but it makes me feel I'm old, dude.

(-: Peace :-)

hasselbrad
07-01-2007, 01:33 AM
Am i the only one that thinks it's sweet? :)

Nope. It's a special bond.

Chillout
07-01-2007, 07:31 AM
My 12yr. old daughter & I have lots of good times together! I wrote a song for her when she was a baby, "She's my little Olivia the prettiest girl in the world. She's my little Olivia the pretiest girl in the world...
She's so sweet & very smart. She's the treasure of my heart. She's my little Olivia the pretiest girl in the world..."
It's a cute little nursery rhyme kinda tune that I can sing/throw down just to tease/embarrass her a little bit now that she is a tween (no longer a little kid, not yet a teen). She pretends she's mad & hits me, but it doesn't hurt, we laugh & it's all good. She will always be my little girl. I'll always be the old man.
I'm proud as bunch she's growing up so fast, but it makes me feel I'm old, dude.

(-: Peace :-)

Oh give me a break!

Chillout
07-01-2007, 08:47 AM
Oh give him a ban!


OOOOHHH SOMEONES THREATENING A MOD!!!!! Not cool!!! :dontknowa