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The way to your Valentine's heart may go through momGuys, if you want to get the girl, try bringing flowers – to her mother. Four in 10 young women would consider breaking up with someone mom didn't like, according to the poll.Sons worry a little less than daughters about what mom thinks, the survey found. Dads, the stereotypical gatekeepers for teenage daughters, still have some say, too.Half of young women and nearly 40 percent of young men put high importance on dad's opinion when a romance is getting serious. Kelsley Broomfield, 21, said her parents deploy different tactics when sizing up boyfriend material. Her mother, always friendly and chatty, asks the what-do-you-want-to-do-with-your-life questions. Of course, dating a guy your parents like isn't the same as dating a guy who's like your parents.
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