In 50 words or less, what does “DO NOT TOUCH MY DAUGHTER” mean to you? In 50 words or less, what does “ABSTINENCE” mean to you? When I first meet a girl, the first thing I notice is _____________________ (NOTE: If the answer to “E” begins with a B, T, or A, discontinue and leave the premises immediately with your head hung low.) 15. _____________________ Signature (That means sign your name) Thank you for your interest. You will be contacted in writing if you are approved. If I were beaten, the last bone I would want broken is my _____________ C. The one thing I hope this application does not ask me about is ____________________ E. Do you plan to attend a Catholic or Christian College? ____________ I SWEAR THAT ALL INFORMATION SUPPLIED ABOVE IS TRUE AND CORRECT TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE UNDER PENALTY OF DEATH, DISMEMBERMENT, NATIVE AMERICAN ANT TORTURE, CRUCIFIXION, ELECTROCUTION, CHINESE WATER TORTURE, AND RED HOT POKERS.
(REVOCABLE AT ANY TIME) NOTE – This application will be Incomplete and rejected unless accompanied by a complete financial statement, job history, lineage, and current medical report from your doctor. BOY SCOUT RANK:_______________________________________ 5. HOME ADDRESS: ________________CITY: _________ ZIP ______ 6. Yes____ No_______ If NO, explain: ________________________________ 7.
HEIGHT:___________ WEIGHT: ______IQ: ________GPA: ______ 3. SOCIAL SECURITY #: ___________DRIVERS LICENSE #: _________ 4.
If your application is rejected you will be notified by two angels wearing red suits and carrying pitch forks.
___ (IF YES TO ANY PART OF #8, DISCONTINUE APPLICATION AND LEAVE PREMISES IMMEDIATELY) 9. Please do not try to call or write (this action will void this application).
By Chap Bettis This is an open letter to young men out there.
All types of young men: my twenty-one-year-old son, young men in my church, and more particularly—young men who would like to date my daughters. And by the way, don’t just ask her to “hang out.” What’s that? With one daughter having graduated from college and another in college, I have observed your dateless world. With a cultural war on manhood, you have lost markers that give you confidence. And you take this informality into your relationship with the opposite sex. Indeed, informality can be a benefit to seeing each other as friends. Allow a former young man to give you some guidance. But in a world of “friends” there is not a distance that can foster a romantic relationship. We “like” things on Facebook and “friend” people we met just once. Ask a young lady out for coffee to get to know her, but also do this with other young ladies. Since this is a “date,” ask the girl to go out with you. All of this vague social contact can lead to too much information. And do this with some that seem less attractive to you. Do this with another guy friend to take the pressure off. Call her if you have to, but take the highest form of communication. It can also lead to confusing and blurry relationships. Your reputation will soar when word gets out that you and your friend care to treat younger women as sisters, made in the image of God, and valuable to Him.