Father.. Love your father before he is gone. Like mine.. AGE a: MY E' i. EVERYTHING AGE 6: MY DAD DOESN' T KNOW EVERYTHING AGE 8: THINGS WERE DIFFERENT IN AGE 2
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Father.

Love your father before he is gone. Like mine.

AGE a: MY
E' i. EVERYTHING
AGE 6: MY
DAD DOESN' T
KNOW
EVERYTHING
AGE 8: THINGS
WERE
DIFFERENT IN
AGE 21: MY
OLD MAN
AGE 25: DAD
KNOWS SOME
ABOUT THIS
MATTER BUT
GIVEN HIS
AGE, THAT' S
JUST NORMAL.
7 AGE 30: I THINK
I SHOULD ASK
I I MY DAD' S
OPINION
ABOUT THIS
NEVER DO
ANYTHING
BEFORE
DAD' S
OPINION
FIRST.
WHAT WOULD MY FATHER DO?
AGE 60:
MY FATHER WAS SUCH A WISE
MAN. I NEVER APPRECIATED
HIM. WISH HE WAS HERE
NOW. I' D LEARN A LOT FROM
HIM.
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#1 - mattkingg **User deleted account** (01/18/2013) [+] (13 replies)
Mfw my dad died left my mother when i was 5 and died when i was 10
#3 to #1 - Edensfire (01/18/2013) [-]
English, do you speak it?
#90 - sphinxe (01/19/2013) [+] (2 replies)
For anyone who's dad is/was an ass like mine, here's an otter sliding on it's belly.
For anyone who's dad is/was an ass like mine, here's an otter sliding on it's belly.
#120 - thijsofbodom (01/19/2013) [+] (1 reply)
my dad enters my room like a ninja
appearantly read this over my shoulder
softly speaks into my right ear
'I'm the wisest man you'll ever meet'
leaves

MFW

User avatar #13 - ponchosdm ONLINE (01/19/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I am 24 and my dad is 78...
There are gonna be some questions my dad wont be able to answer...
feel sad
#29 to #13 - anonymous (01/19/2013) [-]
>mfw my dad died when I was 13 at the age of 75 because of cancer
>mfw I'm anonymous
#72 - himyouknowwho (01/19/2013) [+] (41 replies)
it must be hard for them who lost their dad in early age.

so many questions that can't be answered.
#121 - Vulcan (01/19/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Story Time boys and girls.
I'm only 17, but I respect my father so much.
He's been through so much shit, so much bad luck.
He almost had a heart attack, then my mother divorced him after the surgery.
He was doing some work (He was a engineer, in the business for about 30 years), then he slipped and landed awfully on his ankle, shattering it into pieces. The surgery resulting from that left his left leg almost dead. He couldn't walk properly for about 6 months and will never walk without a limp again. After this, he had a mild stroke, which hospitalized him yet again. Then he got kicked out of the house he was renting so it could be demolished. Last he landed at my criminal half-brother's friend's house, paying for a tiny room in a shitty run down house. While he was staying there, his car got stolen for a joyride and torched just down the road. Because he had been moving around a lot, all his stuff was in his car, including his thousands upon thousands of dollars worth of his tools from being an engineer all his life, a couple of family heirlooms and most of his expensive electronics he had in there.
He now has moved out altogether, spending what little money he had left of his entire superannuation fund (after all the surgery and whatnot) on a camper van that he plans to take around the country. He is a damn wise man and I know it. But sometimes luck and circumstance just shits all over you. Also, he is 63.
Sad thing is, I know he will die soon, because of how he lives to cope with the depression he's in. And we, his children, don't even have time to see him. I can't imagine how he feels inside. Thank you for your time, anyone who read this far, I really haven't shared his story to many people.
#174 - ariakon ONLINE (01/19/2013) [+] (8 replies)
**ariakon rolled a random image posted in comment #2729292 at My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic ** MFW My dad left my mom before I was 1 y/o, then Facebook messages me telling me that he doesn't regret anything and to stay the fuck out of his life.
#218 - thesirofponies (01/19/2013) [-]
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To everyone who lost their dads,remember:we're here for you.
#21 - mustaches ONLINE (01/19/2013) [+] (2 replies)
#40 - dragontamers (01/19/2013) [+] (3 replies)
My father's the dumbest, most abusive, most racist, most homophobic and most up tight prick you'll ever meet.
My father's the dumbest, most abusive, most racist, most homophobic and most up tight prick you'll ever meet.
#241 - arsyro (01/19/2013) [-]
>be in the car with my dad   
>at a stop light    
>some 18 y/o douche pulls up in a 2011 mustang   
>douche revs engine    
>he wants to race my dad's 1986 camaro (he keeps it in great shape)   
>my dad looks around to see if they're any cops   
>he sees none, looks at me, says "hold on"   
>ohshitson.jpg   
>light turns green   
>douche busts out of the gate    
>dad waits for 10 seconds   
>drops clutch   
>shifts into over drive    
>speedometer needle is over the limit (250 mph)   
>mfw my 50 y/o dad beat his ass
>be in the car with my dad
>at a stop light
>some 18 y/o douche pulls up in a 2011 mustang
>douche revs engine
>he wants to race my dad's 1986 camaro (he keeps it in great shape)
>my dad looks around to see if they're any cops
>he sees none, looks at me, says "hold on"
>ohshitson.jpg
>light turns green
>douche busts out of the gate
>dad waits for 10 seconds
>drops clutch
>shifts into over drive
>speedometer needle is over the limit (250 mph)
>mfw my 50 y/o dad beat his ass
#209 - vatra (01/19/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Things I learned from my father:

-How to overact violently
-How to be racist, sexist and maintain a superiority complex
-How to gain joy from hurting my children
-That "it is not his fault because his mother treated him badly"
-How to maintain a relationship with a woman even if she hates your very existence

So I guess he taught me how to be a psycho-killer, good times.
#220 - latinotornado (01/19/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Everyone here is complaining about how their dads are cunts and left them or abused them, and i'm here with an amazing dad. My Pops busts his ass almost every day to work (he's our only income) for all the money we survive off of. Hes extremely intelligent and well rounded man who knows just enough to get by on literally just about anything. Anytime i'm going to make a big decision I ask my pops what his opinion is, then base my decision of the opinions of me and my pops. He actually sits down and listens to me when I feel like I need to talk about something and almost never yells unless he is very VERY VERY pissed off. He's very calm, and funny, and an all around great guy. Even his co-workers like working with him because hes just a great fatherly figure. He also supports me on pretty much everything I want to do. Join sports, clubs, my career choice. Without my pops, I would be one ignorant motherfucker, which is why every chance I get, I always ask my pops to see if he knows about it. I just thought I would be a light in a dark corner to talk about my love and appreciation for my pops while everyone else on FJ has less than reputable fathers.

MFW me and my pops go out to eat and chill somewhere
#71 - buttholee (01/19/2013) [-]
**buttholee rolled a random image posted in comment #2726970 at My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic **
My dad is pretty smart, he knows how to do things in an.... creative way.
The other day my speakers broke, and he fixed it with some duct tape and a tooth pick(I live in Canada)
User avatar #32 - kaboozle123 (01/19/2013) [-]
are you shitting me? are we really doing this right now? this is a fucking facebook "like this if" picture post shit. what the hell man? how did this get here? this isn't funny, it's not even a feel, it's just some lame crap
#31 - AustinRAWR (01/19/2013) [+] (5 replies)
I fucking hate my step dad he's abusive mentally and physically and my mom does nothing about it. Everything changed when he found out I was gay and now he talks down to me all the time and always yells at me for small shit. Therefore this content doesn't relate.
I fucking hate my step dad he's abusive mentally and physically and my mom does nothing about it. Everything changed when he found out I was gay and now he talks down to me all the time and always yells at me for small shit. Therefore this content doesn't relate.
User avatar #283 - redvus (01/19/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I have also come to the conclusion that most people on FJ have horrible fathers.
#216 - boredomavenger (01/19/2013) [+] (1 reply)
>parents divorced when I was 3, my mom got custody   
>she was a massive bitch at the time and I really didn't blame my dad for leaving   
>I visited him on weekends and he was poor as shit   
>we would watch movies and eat pizza all weekend   
>he seemed to keep getting poorer, while my mom got more wealthy (probably from the child support she didn't need)   
>dad had to move in with his grandma since he couldn't afford to pay rent   
>mom got remarried to a decent man who I've come to respect   
>she mellowed out over the years   
>my dad took a chance and started a computer repair business, it has since done very well and he is living comfortably now   
>here I am, 18 years old, and I visit my dad for a month every summer and we keep up the tradition of eating pizza and watching movies   
>I don't blame him for what happened in the past   
>I still respect him more than anything and am very grateful to have him as a father, even if he wasn't always there for me while I was growing up
>parents divorced when I was 3, my mom got custody
>she was a massive bitch at the time and I really didn't blame my dad for leaving
>I visited him on weekends and he was poor as shit
>we would watch movies and eat pizza all weekend
>he seemed to keep getting poorer, while my mom got more wealthy (probably from the child support she didn't need)
>dad had to move in with his grandma since he couldn't afford to pay rent
>mom got remarried to a decent man who I've come to respect
>she mellowed out over the years
>my dad took a chance and started a computer repair business, it has since done very well and he is living comfortably now
>here I am, 18 years old, and I visit my dad for a month every summer and we keep up the tradition of eating pizza and watching movies
>I don't blame him for what happened in the past
>I still respect him more than anything and am very grateful to have him as a father, even if he wasn't always there for me while I was growing up
#151 - sachonebeef (01/19/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Sachonebeef, Age 19: I wish I had a dad
Sachonebeef, Age 19: I wish I had a dad
User avatar #146 - ThatsSoFunnyHeHe (01/19/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Age 4: Oh great he's in prision
Age 6: Oh cool he'd out of prison.
Age 6.2: Prison again
Age 11: Oh he's out of prision
Age 12: Prison again
Age 12.5 He's out of prison
Age 12.7: Prison again
Age 13: Prison sentence extended due to smuggling drugs into prison
Age 15: He's out of prison
Age 15.2: Fuck it I'm not talking to him anymore

My experience has been a little different than the pictures.
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