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Arrow Awkward conversation - August 28th 2018, 02:45 PM

[SIZE="a"]So a few weeks ago while my boyfriend was over and we were hanging out in the basement, my dad walked down at an inconvenient time, but we had heard him coming down the stairs but since we're always carful when other people are in the house we quickly covered up and he didn't see anything happening.
But a few days ago my dad sat me down and said he thinks he almost walked in on something and that he's fine that it happens but he doesn't want it happening when other people are in the house.
Thing is, my mum works from home and is always here, so I only get the house to myself once a month if I'm very lucky. Same situation at my boyfriend's house so we can't go there.
So I want to talk to my dad and explain how I don't really see where he's coming from, but given the situation I think that's a little tough. I just don't know how to go about that.
My only other option is to continue doing what we've been doing and just be extra careful when my dad is home, but I feel bad about disobeying him.
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Re: Awkward conversation - August 28th 2018, 02:47 PM

[SIZE="a"]Edit: I meant to say" I DO see where he's coming from"[/size]
   
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Re: Awkward conversation - September 3rd 2018, 09:45 PM

Get a job and get your own place or abide by their rules.
   
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Re: Awkward conversation - September 15th 2018, 09:11 AM

Its certainly a tough one. I think you should follow his rules but when those rare moments of the house being empty, make everything extra special. Extra candles, follow a fantasy, extra things.



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