POW! Right in the feel. .. the only person I've ever lost in my entire life is my Granddad, his last words to me were "who are you?".....today is going to be a feels day


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User avatar #1 - diddymonster (02/28/2013) [-]
the only person I've ever lost in my entire life is my Granddad, his last words to me were "who are you?".....today is going to be a feels day
User avatar #560 to #1 - bladebites (03/01/2013) [-]
ARE YOU ******* SORRY?

I'm actually very sorry for your loss, I can't even imagine what it must be like.)
#576 to #1 - getoffit (03/06/2013) [-]
The last words my Grandpa ever said to me were "Bye, Kevin. I love you. I promise i'll take you hunting next week."  That night he died of a heart attack.
The last words my Grandpa ever said to me were "Bye, Kevin. I love you. I promise i'll take you hunting next week." That night he died of a heart attack.
User avatar #16 to #1 - vetis (03/01/2013) [-]
Oh, wow. I don't know you, so I have no reason to be, but I'm really sorry. Did he know you prior to dying, and just forget from age? Or did he just not know you?
User avatar #543 to #16 - diddymonster (03/01/2013) [-]
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User avatar #295 to #1 - killinkyle (03/01/2013) [-]
My grandma said "I don't want to die" the night she died. We went to go do the laundry, thinking she was just kidding, and when we came back, she was in a coma. She died 3 days later.
User avatar #220 to #1 - waaw (03/01/2013) [-]
My grandpa died in the middle of the night of a heart attack in April. Then my grandmother started to sort of drift out of it. She was never very strong, but it seemed like she was just fading away. She died two months later. I don't think I will ever forget the night, two days before she died. My sisters were away at camp. All my cousins were away also. There was me, and all of her children and their spouses. She was too weak to go to the table, so when we said blessings, my father went over to her and said the words, slowly so she could hear it well.
User avatar #580 to #1 - gavinchase (03/18/2013) [-]
I lost my Grandmother 5 months ago. I was away for the weekend when I heard she fell off a ladder trying to clean her fan (she hated asking for help, it made her feel old). The entire time she was in the hospital she kept asking to see me but I never wanted to visit, I just can't handle those situations. One day I sucked it up and decided to visit her. When I arrived she had already passed away.
#245 to #1 - wretchedlarva (03/01/2013) [-]
i'm really sorry
i'm really sorry
#156 to #1 - EdwardNigma ONLINE (03/01/2013) [-]
"I am Diddymonster, here for your Diddys"

I'm sorry for your loss.
User avatar #454 to #156 - diddymonster (03/01/2013) [-]
forget feels I laughed
#290 to #1 - anon (03/01/2013) [-]
The first person I ever lost was my great aunt. She died of lung cancer, and made me promise to never smoke. The last thing she said to me was, "let's play together."

I am truly sorry for your loss.
User avatar #18 to #1 - kyfvini (03/01/2013) [-]
Mine died in my arms while I was trying to carry him to the car to get to the hospital... He was more than a dad for me. The last day, he didnt want to let my hands go... It was really important for me, I´m a musician and my hands are like the most important part of my body. He hold them tight for an hour, then he started trembling, and you can imagine the rest... I love him.
User avatar #444 to #1 - diddymonster (03/01/2013) [-]
i'm back to tell the full story

my granddad had Huntingtons disease which affects cognitive and physical functions over years and years and left my granddad in a bed ridden confused mess, i would go into hospital a lot for personal illness reasons so i was visiting him as much as possible in his last 2 months. One week before he died i went into his room with a bag of grapes and some CD's set them beside him "there we go grandad roro" (his name was roland and as a kid i called him roro...had done ever since). without even looking up at me he said "who are you?" i answered him but he didn't answer back. I only met up with him 2 times after that and he didn't utter a word. (i don't think he knew who i was for a while)

the hardest part about it for me is knowing that my dad has it and is showing symptoms already, i have a 50% chance of having it too and knowing if i fall in love and they love me back that one day i'll have to tell them i may have a disease that would make me angry depressed maybe psychotic could make me completely forget who they are and even pass it on to my children.
User avatar #568 to #444 - vetis (03/02/2013) [-]
I sincerely hope you get lucky and don't have to live through it.
#269 to #1 - nejcf (03/01/2013) [-]
I've lost all grandparents before I was 10. One grandmother had dementia, she barely remembered anything or anyone. But then all of sudden she remembered anyone, she started playing cards and other games with us. But that only lasted for about one week. I remember that in the same week we went for a walk, talking about everything and I gave her a big hug when we got home. That was the last time I saw her, she passed away next morning...
#227 to #1 - thestrangestboner (03/01/2013) [-]
Well at least your great grandpa didn't think you were gay.

My brother and I always joke around (like any other person these days) by calling each other a 'faggot' or 'gay' just as an insult, not literally. Well we had picked up my great grandfather for what would be the last time to spend some time with him, and on the ride back to the airport my brother called me a faggot. The last thing my great grandpa ever asked me was "Are you queer?!".

Oh god why
#328 to #1 - thatguyuknowtheone (03/01/2013) [-]
that hurts man, some epic feel times is ahead
#122 to #1 - anon (03/01/2013) [-]
My Dad's dad died before I was born, and my mom's when I was about 3-4... My Dad's mom passed away 2 years ago, And my mom's mom is starting to go down that road...
#287 to #1 - skwirl (03/01/2013) [-]
Same type of thing happened to me. When my grandfather was dying he leaned ofer to my younger brother and told him to go find "his fat brother"
Same type of thing happened to me. When my grandfather was dying he leaned ofer to my younger brother and told him to go find "his fat brother"
#9 to #1 - miscarriage (02/28/2013) [-]
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Also I'm very sorry..
#20 - soullessking (03/01/2013) [-]
At first I thought it was a really bad tattoo, but then the feels hit me...
At first I thought it was a really bad tattoo, but then the feels hit me...
User avatar #562 to #20 - mondprinzessin (03/01/2013) [-]
...hit you? Hit you like what?
#564 to #562 - soullessking (03/01/2013) [-]
Like... popcorn?
Like... popcorn?
#244 to #20 - tonst (03/01/2013) [-]
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#36 - anon (03/01/2013) [-]
>be 7
>in the car with parents and 5 year old sister
>suddenly we get T-boned out of ******* nowhere
>find out later guy was running from the police over a speeding ticket
>dad ***** up his shoulder, mom and myself are fine
>sister smacked her head against the car door and died instantly
>last conversation we had was a fight about mcdonalds happy meal toys

Come at me with your feels.
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#235 to #36 - cazabrow (03/01/2013) [-]
If I was you I would literally kill that guy on sight if he ever got out of jail.
If I was you I would literally kill that guy on sight if he ever got out of jail.
User avatar #202 to #36 - ICEDgrunge (03/01/2013) [-]
... I hope you won the argument...
#340 to #36 - nigeltheoutlaw (03/01/2013) [-]
It's not even eight in the morning, but I think I'm just gonna go lay back down.
#67 to #36 - miaandvinny (03/01/2013) [-]
I really just have no words for this. I know it may not mean anything, but I am so sorry for everything. That last line hit me hard. It makes me rethink a lot of things with my brothers...
#60 to #36 - coolcalx (03/01/2013) [-]
I guess I'm done with the internet for tonight.
User avatar #38 to #36 - toughactintinactin (03/01/2013) [-]
Did you gut the ****** who did it?
#48 to #38 - anon (03/01/2013) [-]
He's been in jail since 2002 and serving life, I didn't bother learning his name until several years after the incident, so no, unfortunately. God help him if I ever see him in real life.
User avatar #365 to #48 - toughactintinactin (03/01/2013) [-]
For his sake i hope he never gets paroled, but i'm down for a good lynching if the time comes.
User avatar #524 to #48 - thatevanguy (03/01/2013) [-]
Same, let us know, I'll bet there are plenty of ******* on here who would be more than happy to help you torture him to death, slowly, painfully.
User avatar #109 to #36 - Reeon (03/01/2013) [-]
I guess you could use a ,
happy me- no **** me what am i doing

Sorry for your loss
#4 - blueninja (02/28/2013) [-]
try not to cry
try not to cry
#5 to #4 - blueninja (02/28/2013) [-]
#8 to #5 - reigndrac (02/28/2013) [-]
You might want this.
#257 to #8 - darkestyew (03/01/2013) [-]
I uh, I fixed it

I mean if you wanted it to be fixed
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User avatar #102 to #12 - jellybaby (03/01/2013) [-]
Oh **** I never noticed that!
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#99 to #93 - batwill **User deleted account** (03/01/2013) [-]
and now your pic is making me think of Lori talking to Carl before she died.
and now your pic is making me think of Lori talking to Carl before she died.
#453 - codes (03/01/2013) [-]
My dad called me before he died in a plane crash. His last words still haunt me today. He said, "Allahu Akbar!!"
User avatar #105 - themegafailtroll (03/01/2013) [-]
I remember when my mom passed away. It was one of the worst nights of my life. She would always tell me too be strong and don't take **** from other people. It was kind of like a motto for her. A couple of weeks later some kid in my class was one of those douche bags that always said "Your mom." I was talking too someone near him and I was talking about something and the last words to come out of my mouth were 'So I had to stop.' He turned around and said 'That's not what your mom told me last night.' Since he didn't know I politely told him my mother passed away a couple of weeks a go and I'd appreciate if he didn't say mom jokes too me. He just said whatever and started talking too his friend. The very next day the same kid walked up too me while I was minding my own business, gave me a dollar and said 'I still owe your mom a buck from last night.' Right at that moment, I was ******* furious. I started screaming and yelling at the punk ass. It was literary uncontrollable. While I was yelling spit was coming from my mouth. I tackled him and started to punch him in his face. I got at least 5 good punches too his face before a teacher came and broke it up. The security guard and cop had to talk too me and I told them what happened. The cops mother recently passed away also so he told me that he wasn't going to give me a ticket. After that day the same kid always avoids me and had to transfer out of every class I had with him.
#344 to #105 - anon (03/01/2013) [-]
******* A! You're a cool guy, i'll damn right give you that!

Seriously buddy, not a lot of people would actually stand up for a loved one that way. You became a man that day!

#188 to #105 - rosietheamazon (03/01/2013) [-]
<--I am so happy you used this.
<--I am so happy you used this.
User avatar #140 to #105 - sweener (03/01/2013) [-]
Way to ******* Go. That was the best post i have seen in a while. You are awesome.
#389 - anonymoose ONLINE (03/01/2013) [-]
I'd be crying, but the dash is in the wrong place. Completely ruined it for me.
User avatar #392 to #389 - ancientchaos (03/01/2013) [-]
I saw it too

0/10 would not cry
User avatar #397 to #392 - anonymoose ONLINE (03/01/2013) [-]
I'm kind of glad she's dead.
#411 to #397 - trevcars (03/01/2013) [-]
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Aw **** I feel bad for laughing, but
User avatar #349 - rieskimo (03/01/2013) [-]
You know what's weird? Living with a dead person, now hear me out. I'm not talking about a zombie in the cinematic sense.

My grandpa has dodged death multiple times, serious cases. Once he was hit on the highway while he was riding his scooter(in the breakdown lane) and he survived with a minor case of amnesia. Once he got something called aplastic anemia, his bone marrow wasn't creating new cells and he was bed-ridden. He'd been shot at multiple times while scuba diving(lobstermen are maniacs). Through all the prior crazy events he survived fully intact. The lasts one was the big one. In about 2003 he had a stroke, he couldn't get out of bed it was so bad. He was lucky this time too, sort of. He had been a heavy drinker his whole life so his brain had shrunk, that gave the blood extra room before it did any serious damage. If any healthier person had the same stroke, they would've died. My grampa didn't, he had to relearn how to walk a bit but he kept his ability to speak. What he didn't keep was his personality. At first he was still pretty cognizant, he just seemed off and we chalked it up to him healing. It was degnerative though, withing 2 or so years he was operating under the intelligence of a 5 year old. It's been hell, I never had a father growing up and we sort of adopted each other. I looked up to his surly ass and now he's gone. I can say "hi" and take him to a movie, but it's not really him. It'd be like bringing a shell to a movie. I miss my grampa, the worst thing is that he's technically still around. He's been going down in health recently and everyone is getting anxious that he'll die but I'll be just fine. I've had years to mourn him, this'll just be going through the motions. Sorry for the long read, it's just nice to get that off my chest. Thank you for your time.
User avatar #409 to #349 - motherduck (03/01/2013) [-]
All I have deduced form this is that alcohol saves lives
#414 to #409 - rieskimo (03/01/2013) [-]
Actually the alcohol is also the reason he had a stroke.

My grampa's face when.
User avatar #357 to #349 - thelegitmetalhead (03/01/2013) [-]
Worth the read.
User avatar #362 to #349 - slimtotheshady (03/01/2013) [-]
Sorry dude.
User avatar #373 to #362 - rieskimo (03/01/2013) [-]
Thanks man.
User avatar #175 - lazaman (03/01/2013) [-]
I know this mans feels...

My mom was diagnosed with breast cancer when I was 6, I didn't know what was going on, all I knew was everyone was hugging her, and crying, thought that she might have gotten sick. Just go on being care free kindergartener.
She eventually "beat" it, or at least that's what we thought.
Eventually It came back, I was 8, and she went off and on with chemo, other drugs, ect ect.
Fast forward to me being 14, She now cannot walk, wears a brace, and has cancer all over, and from what she told me, me and my brother are the only reason she wasn't worse.

About 9 months ago. Im 15 at this point, shes now bed ridden, and has cancer in her brain. The cancer was making the membranes swell, and it was killing her, and making her, for lack of a better term, crazy. For the last month she was bed ridden, and hasn't made a single once of sense.

be about 8 months ago, shes dying, she pulls me and my brother close, and tells us to be good and to stay out of trouble, eyes like Niagara.

I know those feels... and I wish I did not.
#199 to #175 - YUSEIWHAT (03/01/2013) [-]
I'm so sorry for your loss :'(
User avatar #185 to #175 - lazaman (03/01/2013) [-]
She said some more personal stuff, but I don't think some ones last words should be shared over the internet.
#223 to #185 - comstockload (03/01/2013) [-]
Your mom was incredibly tough to hang in there for as long as she did. Cancer has scourged my family multiple times and it an impossible situation. I sincerely wish you and your family the best.
#226 to #175 - josieabby (03/01/2013) [-]
When I started reading your comment, I saw the words "breast cancer" and noticed that your text was pink. I thought, "What a beautiful coincidence."
I am sorry for your loss, and I know that feel as well.
#260 - royalunicorn ONLINE (03/01/2013) [-]
and you see it it every time jerking of with your left hand...
and you see it it every time jerking of with your left hand...
#558 - residentblackman (03/01/2013) [-]
My grandmother died when I was 13, the last words she said to me were "I can't wait to see how tall you are next time I see you."
User avatar #263 - commanderbunbun (03/01/2013) [-]
good thing it wasn't her grocery list

"milk, eggs, tampons, nutella"
#13 - ibishotel (03/01/2013) [-]
first i was like, what a stupid way not to be good,   
then crying
first i was like, what a stupid way not to be good,
then crying
User avatar #17 to #13 - vetis (03/01/2013) [-]
I felt the same way. Saw it, and wondered, "Why?" Then I read, felt like an ass, and feel'd hard.
#10 - miscarriage (02/28/2013) [-]
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I didn't ask for these feels.
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#500 to #476 - anon (03/01/2013) [-]
spoiled brat
#432 - anon (03/01/2013) [-]
my mom was an alcoholic, and i had to take care of her all through middle school and up to junior year of high school. i was always respectful (as much as i could be) to her. i think in that entire time i saw her sober maybe 3 times, and each time was just one day. she would try to argue with me and was just unreasonable. because of growing up with her i dont get mad like at all. through all those years i lost my temper once, and told her that i hated who she was, and she said she hated me and that i wasnt her son. the next day she had to leave the apartment i live in with my dad. we didnt say anything to each other, i was just like ok leave then. one week later my dad takes me out of school early and tells me that my mom died. the last words me and my mom said to each other was i hate you. feels pretty ****** lol
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