"No way," he replied.
I asked Mallory if she wanted to see it.
"Absolutely," she said. And she wanted to bring her girlfriend, Sarah.
Of course, I took them. Because when it comes to parenting I don't take advice from 25-year-old single men.
I was wrong. He was right. The movie is funny. But no responsible parent should permit their teenage son or daughter to see it.
I asked my daughter if she was ruined. She said no, but we'll see.
I also asked Sarah, who replied, "I feel like my innocence has been stolen."
I'm not a bad parent. I'm a Superbad parent.