For a lot of people, dating is something we will encounter at some point in our lives. Some people relish it, while for others it’s more of a means to an end to find that special something. There’s no doubt that as young people develop, dating becomes something they become increasingly aware of. Between television, movies, popular music, the idea that getting a boyfriend is something one needs to do can be an early sown seed.
But how young is too young to get a boyfriend?
Well, every parent might have a different answer to that question…
…But often it’s not one that most parents would consider until their children are approaching their pre-teens. According to a few sources, most girls get their first “relationship” at twelve and a half years old, although the parameters involved vary greatly. Sometimes however, the children can have a little fun of their own in raising the blood-pressures of their folks ahead of schedule.
Such as these antagonistic young cousins!
There are four words every dad wants to not hear for as long as possible from his children:
I. Have. A. Boyfriend.
These words can sound like a judge’s gavel, signifying that their kids’ childhoods are officially over.
So when these two girls, Josie and her cousin Callie decided it was time to give their parents a bit of a fright, they went straight for the parental jugular.
Josie get’s the attention of the whole room.
She then proceeds, saying “Everybody, I have an announcement to make!” Her parents must be thinking “Oh gosh, this sounds serious!” After explaining that she’s embarrassed to make the announcement, she seems to let that go and states proudly:
“It’s also a little weird but…I do have a boyfriend.”
Josie states this news with a matter-of-fact nod of the head, as if she’d just announced that she has made a decision, and she will not be convinced to change her mind.
But she wasn’t expecting her parents to call her bluff!
When her parents say that they saw her “smooching” a boy named Eli at the musical, she thinks only to deny it. And Strongly! Josie screams “noooooo!” It seems her little fib may have gotten away from her…
Then she drops another bomb. It seems like Eli is not the only imaginary little boy these parents should be worried about.
Josie defends herself by claiming that she in fact broke up with Eli. Poor guy. When her parents press her and suggest that makes her single. Of course she has a response:
“No! I have Nevin for a boyfriend.”
“Is he a nice guy?” Mom asks.
Josie nods considering the question. Mom asks where she met him, and she says that she met him at school, but met Eli at college. Not only does this girl have a few secret boyfriends, but a secret education to boot! Wow, this girl certainly is mysterious. Don’t worry though, she still reassures her parents that there is no “smooching”. What a relief.
But it’s not only Josie who’s got some secrets…
When the questions turn to her cousin Cassie, the interrogation continues. Cassie names “Maddix” as the young chap, but not very certainly. When Mom presses for more details, she did not expect the retort she received however!
“If he doesn’t know, he’s not your boyfriend” Mom says.
“Um…he IS my boyfriend…he kissed me one time.”
And the crowd goes wild! Until…
“They both kissed me one time.”
But when Cassie claims to have been kissed on the lips by two boys at the same time, Josie is not to be outdone!
These “kissing” cousins may just be more competitive than they seemed once they realise they won’t be getting in trouble…yet!
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