When two-year-old Addie Luttrell grows up and starts dating, the unfortunate boy who picks her up for her first date is in for the shock of his life.

Addie's father, Marcus Luttrell - a former Navy SEAL and author of the best-selling book “Lone Survivor,” which was adapted into a hit movie starring Mark Wahlberg - wrote an epic Facebook post on Wednesday, outlining just what he will do when his little girl grows up and begins to date.

As if being a 6'5'', 250-pound former Navy SEAL wasn't enough, Luttrell is adding extra intimidation in the form of impossibly lofty expectations for any young man who wants a date with his beloved Addie.

 

 

Luttrell appeared on "Fox and Friends Weekend" this morning and explained that, of course, his post is somewhat tongue-in-cheek, and he just wants his daughter to be safe, happy and loved.

“I hope she finds somebody who loves her unconditionally and treats her well and loves her as much as I love her mother,” he explained.

Watch the full interview from "Fox and Friends Weekend" above and see Luttrell tell one of his hilarious Mark Wahlberg stories.


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