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Our Readers Share Their Stories on Meeting Their BF's Parents for the Very First Time

Yup, things can get really awkward too.
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So what really happens when you meet your bae's parents for the very first time? We have listed a few of those in this article by our Fashion and Beauty Assistant Bianca. But when we shared the link on Facebook, we're glad to hear your stories, too. In summary, meeting your guy's parents for the very first time can be nerve-wracking but really, really touching. It's not every day that you meet a guy who's willing to introduce you to the most important people in his life. Read about our readers' stories below and don't forget to share yours in the comments too!

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"I remember I was shaking inside when his mom observed me from head to toe. I looked like a mess, haggard in all honesty. I didn't know how to look my best back then. His dad just looked at me and invited me to celebrate their son's birthday. I politely declined saying I had curfew. Being underage and still out by 6PM is a crime at home. I think they just saw me as his playmate because we were still kids back then." —Angelica Banzon

"[I felt] nervous and I had them wait for me for an hour because I was stuck in the traffic from work. Good thing his Mom is so kind and so was his Dad. And even though he's quite a playboy during college, I'm the first girl to be introduced in the family. So I don't have to feel insecure and just be me." —Mikan Hyuuga

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"I was sooo shy. I hid behind him. Hahaha. I was blushing too." —Kaira Camille Felix

READ: Will You Change Who You Are for the Person You Love?

"'What if they like the ex-GF more?' Hahaha!" —Steffi Marie Opina

"Surprisingly nerve-wracking, and I don't know the best way to communicate with them and have a good impression and it's really making the whole atmosphere so tense and awkward. But furthermore, it makes me happy that I was the very first girl he brought home and they welcomed me like i was already part of the family." —Myrel GreenCraft

READThis Was How One Guy Made a Girl Say Yes

Got guy stories to share? Let us know in the comments or via Twitter @candymagdotcom. We always love to hear from you. :)

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