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I don't want to work with my girls father

post #1 of 51
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Hey guys-

my girls father offered me to work in his company..she thinks that would be great for our future. I'm feeling like this is the wrong idea for me because my dream is so different..

if I take this job it could be like a jail..I like her family but i'm afraid about my freedom

How can I say no to this offer without losing her..and the relationship with her father too? That guy doesn't care anything about California he's not even a warm guy after 3 whiskeys.



-Danny Wilson
post #2 of 51
What kind of job?

What kind of whisky?
post #3 of 51
there is no other alternative better than just plain up front tell them you aspire to do something else and but thankfully, decline his offer. be plain up front, courteous and truthful.
it may be hard , but people do respect this. hopefully your girl will agree and respect your decision as well. good luck.
post #4 of 51
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Originally Posted by wilson brother
That guy doesn't care anything about California
Your point? Perhaps the most annoying thing I've encountered in Californians is their belief that California is the be all and end all, which really couldn't be farther from the truth in this East Coast country of ours. But to answer your question, if it isn't in line with your life goals don't do it. You could also take this opportunity to re-evaluate your life goals.
post #5 of 51
There's a great future in plastics.
post #6 of 51
If you will lose her just because you don't take a job that's wrong for you anyway, then how does she love you?
post #7 of 51
This has the makings of a great movie. You challenge your girl's dad to a surf-off. If he wins, you'll go to work for the company. If you win, he pays for you and your girl to travel to California. And you know whose music would provide the soundtrack . . .
post #8 of 51
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad
This has the makings of a great movie. You challenge your girl's dad to a surf-off. If he wins, you'll go to work for the company. If you win, he pays for you and your girl to travel to California. And you know whose music would provide the soundtrack . . .

But there's a twist in the plot when it's discovered too late that the Beach Boys are clandestinely working for an international ring of terrorists headed up by the Kim Jong Il character from Team America.

So even though Wilson Brother wins the surf-off and meets his idols, he gets swept up in the sinister undercurrent of international terrorism when the Beach Boys blackmail him into planting a bomb under Huntington pier set to detonate during a big surf contest.

The only way he can get out of it is to surf big Mavericks (huge, cold, and sharky) on an old, dinged-up, obsolete single-fin from the 70s with a broken nose. Can he do it?

The suspense is killing me!
post #9 of 51
Nantucket, I just sold your post to a movie producer friend of mine. Your check will be in the mail. I got you four points.
post #10 of 51
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
Nantucket, I just sold your post to a movie producer friend of mine. Your check will be in the mail. I got you four points.

Cool! Now I can realize my dream of moving to Beverly Hills and driving around in a Lamborghini and dating Paris Hilton!
post #11 of 51
paris hilton?
post #12 of 51
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Originally Posted by Toiletduck
paris hilton?

Good lord, I'm joking! I've never dreamed of any such thing in my life.
post #13 of 51
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Originally Posted by hopkins_student
Your point? Perhaps the most annoying thing I've encountered in Californians is their belief that California is the be all and and all, which really couldn't be farther from the truth in this East Coast country of ours.

But to answer your question, if it isn't in line with your life goals don't do it. You could also take this opportunity to re-evaluate your life goals.

he's not from california. i think he is just interested in cultural learnings of california for make benefit glorious nation of Kazakhstan
post #14 of 51
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Originally Posted by Stax
There's a great future in plastics.
hahahahahahahahahaha!
post #15 of 51
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Originally Posted by acidicboy
he's not from california. i think he is just interested in cultural learnings of california for make benefit glorious nation of Kazakhstan

Wilson Brother is from Kazakhstan? The only information available on his profile is that his shoe width is D.
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