It is said that when a girl begins dating, she anticipates what to expect from a boy by the example set by her father. Therefore my daughters will grow up assuming that men are knowledgeable about My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.
I will, of course, do my best to encourage this notion.
When my eldest daughter brings home a boy for the first time, I will, as you would expect, be cleaning my rifle. This is Texas; doing otherwise would be considered rude.
But I will at the same time interrogate the lad on MLP minutia, hopefully causing him embarrassment as he is unable to answer simple questions (e.g. "Why are muffins linked to Derpy?") in front of my daughter. Thus I will intimidate him from doing anything ungentlemanly to her.