My kids and I discuss everything. Literally. While having these wonderful lines of communication are often wonderful.........Sometimes they come back to bite you in the arse. Sometimes I get to know too much. Believe it or not that is actually possible. Nichole's friend S has invited her to a club up in Dayton this time. While there are no boyfriend issues...........This girl admits to being bi-sexual, and the club is actually a Gay Bar. While under normal circumstances I couldn't give a hoot what S's sexual orientation is or where she goes............Nichole will be tagging along. A kid who has never been to a "Club" or "Bar" or whatever, let alone a Gay one. The alarm bells went off in my head. And I couldn't keep my mouth shut. (this is becoming a habit I don't like with this friend. I don't normally poke my nose into friendships) But I see the potential for disaster. Nichole is not gay or bi. So I asked her if she realized that by going to this club she's opening herself up to being hit on by others who are? Now bare in mind, this is my kid who'll deck a guy for overstepping boundaries. I have images of bar room brawls in my head, with Nichole at the bottom of the pile. Supposedly the club is being opened to the general public for this one night because some big name Boy Bands are playing there. Maybe. Maybe not. But I don't trust S as she is 10x's the difficult child Nichole is and isn't prone to honesty. S's best friend (a guy) is also supposed to be coming. I asked Nichole if boyfriend is going. Nope. He has no interest at all in going to this club. He's afraid of making his friend mad at him. (this is the girl from the "couple" they were friends with) I didn't tell her she can't go. (but oh, did I want to!) But did say that I didn't think it was such a great idea. I think she'll be self conscious the whole time, on her guard, and won't enjoy herself. Plus this S is prone to getting drunk (pass out drunk) and neither of us know if her friend is a drinker. Nichole doesn't drink, so not an issue there. I did tell her that I won't watch Aubrey while she goes. I know she wants to go out and have some fun, as well as do some of the things kids her age are out doing. And I don't blame her at all. She deserves it. But I wish this S girl would stop dangling the temptation of fun over a situation that is ripe for disaster. ugh So. Why couldn't she just say "Hey Mom, S and I are hanging out tonight, be back by cerfew." and leave the rest out?? Now if she goes I'm going to worry sick til she walks in the door.