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#1 - satanlovesyouall
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(05/05/2013) [-]
Free clothes?
#16 to #1 - ignusim
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#34 to #16 - veiledtruth
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#17 to #16 - satanlovesyouall
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(05/06/2013) [-]
Jokes aren't allowed on FJ? Sorry, I guess it's super serious business time.
#111 to #17 - ignusim
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(05/07/2013) [-]
Considering your comment was insensitive, I don't really feel my image was inappropriate.
#113 to #112 - ignusim
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#4 to #1 - tantcancer [OP]
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ginger
#2 to #1 - allofthefish
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(05/05/2013) [-]
you have no soul
#20 to #1 - dinglegren
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(05/06/2013) [-]
Found The Jew.
#21 to #20 - satanlovesyouall
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(05/06/2013) [-]
Jews have money to spend on clothes. I'm just poor.
#11 - weefee
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#87 to #11 - anon
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(05/06/2013) [-]
omg that picture makes me feel so happy all the memories they must have had <3 actually tearing up thinking about it
#37 - xizter
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#41 to #37 - tojimajia ONLINE
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(05/06/2013) [-]
exactly.
#60 to #37 - anon
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(05/06/2013) [-]
**anonymous rolls 45**This. Epic. Thank you.
#122 to #37 - anon
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(05/08/2013) [-]
You came to the FEELS channel to laugh?
#49 to #37 - rihardololz
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(05/06/2013) [-]
Channel: feels
#84 to #49 - admiralen ONLINE
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(05/06/2013) [-]
>implying you have to go the the channel to see this
>implying people arent just browsing frontpage and getting this
#86 to #49 - anon
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(05/06/2013) [-]
Site: FUNNYjunk

Check and mate.
#12 - thenamecreator
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(05/06/2013) [-]
This breaks my heart to say, but I probably won't get to have that moment with my mom, that she gets to set me down, like the picture says, and I can carry her through with Happiness... I'm sorry for the block of text...

Shes old enough as is, I'm only 14, and yes, I know how much you guys hate us younger generation, but I won't get to have those happy years with my mother for that much longer, neither of us are getting younger, and she's almost 50... She's told me that I need to be ready for her when she's gone, but I won't be... I can't do anything without her, here, with me

. She was the only one who could prepare me for the real world, and I can't do some of the stuff others may be able to do... She was going to help me, with all of my troubles, like the person I could talk to about anything, I recently came out to her, and she supports me all the way... I am friendly to a lot of people, but its not a friend. Its just like we're acquaintances and nothing more...

My Mother, she is my only true friend, the one person I can count on... and I'm not going to be able to love her for much longer...
But hell, I love her. If she goes, I'll have to live with my father, who Hates his son.
I don't want her to leave...
I don't want to be alone.
I want... I need her there, with me...
I couldn't live without my mom.
#63 to #12 - anon
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Excuse me if I'm misinterpreting, but lets just say your mom lives to be 76, which is the average age of death for women in america. That will give you at least another 26 years with her, but you said she was ALMOST 50, so maybe more?

That means that you'll be at least 40 before she dies (unless there's a pre-existing condition you didn't mention).

I dont mean to be rude, but I'm just trying to point out that you still may have a lot of time with your mom.
#107 to #63 - thenamecreator
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Sorry anon, I forgot to mention that she only has up to 5 years to live, because of a recent heart surgery accident, causing her heart to be weaker... The doctor said she only has up to 5 years to live, and she could die anywhere in the next 5 years.
#68 to #12 - anon
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Dude she's not even 50 yet, unless she is actually dying right now you could easily have her for another 20 to 30 years
#105 to #68 - thenamecreator
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She only has up to 5 years to live, due to recent a heart surgery accident :( I'm sorry I forgot to mention it, but I was kind of bawling my eyes out, so :(
#114 to #12 - bronzecatgamer
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Don't worry, bud. I'm the same age as you and my mom is older than 50, but she's got a lot of life in her still. As long as your mom is healthy, you should have her for a long while.
#43 to #12 - greenstrongworld
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Life is like that. Each person has to move on from their parents. It's a harsh reality but we will all have to go through that. BUT. Your children will have to go through that as well. And to respect your mother, I think you should treat your children better than your mother treated you. It's the bestester way to move on.   
   
 I want your children to cry for you harder than you've cried for your mother
Life is like that. Each person has to move on from their parents. It's a harsh reality but we will all have to go through that. BUT. Your children will have to go through that as well. And to respect your mother, I think you should treat your children better than your mother treated you. It's the bestester way to move on.

I want your children to cry for you harder than you've cried for your mother
#104 to #43 - thenamecreator
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Well, hopefully my children will have friends, to help them and not just me... It would be pretty hard for me to treat my children better than she has treated me. :|
#54 to #12 - sphinxe
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I'm in the exact same position dude.   
I'm 18, and my mum will turn 55 this year. She can't walk far and I push her around in a wheelchair, she also has type two/now type one diabetes which people joke about but it's pretty serious.   
Now I can't possibly live with the thought of not having my mum, it's just the worst feeling, like instant tears. She's all I have now as we left my dad and he was in the nicest way to put it not nice?   
Anyway I'm closer to her than ever now it's just her and me and my sister is at university.   
She probably needs some time to get to grips with you coming out to her, she might hurt a little but she loves you none the less and you can't ever doubt this like ever.   
SO THIS IS WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO SON   
You need to make her proud, like really proud. Reach your full potential and do your very best and she will know that you try so hard and you're thankful for everything.   
Now if you'll excuse me I got some art to do to make my momma proud!   
   
Stray strong brotha.
I'm in the exact same position dude.
I'm 18, and my mum will turn 55 this year. She can't walk far and I push her around in a wheelchair, she also has type two/now type one diabetes which people joke about but it's pretty serious.
Now I can't possibly live with the thought of not having my mum, it's just the worst feeling, like instant tears. She's all I have now as we left my dad and he was in the nicest way to put it not nice?
Anyway I'm closer to her than ever now it's just her and me and my sister is at university.
She probably needs some time to get to grips with you coming out to her, she might hurt a little but she loves you none the less and you can't ever doubt this like ever.
SO THIS IS WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO SON
You need to make her proud, like really proud. Reach your full potential and do your very best and she will know that you try so hard and you're thankful for everything.
Now if you'll excuse me I got some art to do to make my momma proud!

Stray strong brotha.
#108 to #54 - thenamecreator
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(05/06/2013) [-]
I'm sorry sphinxe, for your mother... It sucks :(
I already came out to her, 2 years ago. Which I know sounds kind of ridiculous, knowing what I was a homo, at 12, but I guess I did....
We can both make our mothers proud.
#109 to #108 - sphinxe
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I saw your later comments about your mother and her heart surgery. I'm so sorry man, if you ever need me to talk to I'll always chat to you if you're feeling down. Now you go out there and I'll go out there and we'll be the best son/daughter there is.
I saw your later comments about your mother and her heart surgery. I'm so sorry man, if you ever need me to talk to I'll always chat to you if you're feeling down. Now you go out there and I'll go out there and we'll be the best son/daughter there is.
#22 to #12 - happycrazyperson
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I am sorry to hear about your worries, being as young as you are, and having a parent who is already up in that age can’t be easy. I don’t know about your mothers currently health, but statistically she should have 20-30 years left. If she has an illness, I can understand if you don’t want to talk about it, but if it is “just” her age, I don’t think you need to worry that much about her dying of old age anytime soon. However, if you ever feel the urge to rant out to some stranger, I’ve been told I am a good “listener” or what to call it.

I can’t promise I can solve all of your problems, but if I can assist you with just some of them, maybe it isn’t so bad…
#29 to #22 - fricanrican
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I grew up really close to my father more than any other and I was a troubled child, doing a lot of **** I shouldn't have. But right now I am approaching 3 years in the Navy and my dad was my biggest fan and my biggest inspiration. I've never had to deal with a close relative loss but it seems like my dad is going to be the first one I experience and I...I don't know how i'm going to handle it. He has given me so many undeserved chances and has always believed in me even when I wasn't worthy of it-- he still gave me more chances. I have hurt this great man so many times but have also learned that his unconditional love has made me the person I am now and even though he grew up without a father, I will be a great dad because of him. But as his trips to the hospital for his pains become more and more frequent I am beginning to realize he doesn't have that much time left and I am scrambling to find a reason to keep pushing forward. He promised me once I am done my 20 years he will be there for me so I can tell him I made it, I saw something through, I made you proud-- but it is no longer seeming that way and the day he goes...I don't know where I will go. I have never dealt with a pain that has yet to happen like this but I need advice, I need guidance to make sure even after his death, I continue his legacy and when he looks at me from wherever this life takes you once your soul departs, that I made him proud.
#103 to #22 - thenamecreator
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Well, my mother has had recent heart surgery, and something that's like a heart murmur (I'm not sure thats it...) and the doctor said she only has up to 5 years to live... So the most she'd be with me is till I'm 19, which is pushing it.
#19 to #12 - sapphos
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I lost my mum at 14 and she was 45. My father used to beat me like a bitch. I'm a nursing student now and I tell this to all of my patients who are with dying relatives: Be sad, be angry and mourn, but never be numb. They live on in your memories and your actions and that's what keeps them alive.

My darling, don't be afraid of what will come. Time seems fast now at your age, but it's slow. A year can be a lifetime.

Six years on I still cry for her sometimes, and I still talk to her.

If I may say one thing... try to write down happy day-to-day things that happen when you're with her. Small, random events or days out. :) Our brains are live sieves and you won't remember them all. Then you can read back and remember her, and keep her alive.
#102 to #19 - thenamecreator
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Thank you sapphos, I'm sure this will help... I think it'd help remember all the good times I have with her... and then it won't be so hard when shes gone :/
#15 to #12 - ignusim
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It's not the younger generation that we hate, it's kids who AREN'T like you.   
   
Definitely held back a tear reading this.  You're a good guy.  I know how you feel to a degree...   
   
Stay strong.
It's not the younger generation that we hate, it's kids who AREN'T like you.

Definitely held back a tear reading this. You're a good guy. I know how you feel to a degree...

Stay strong.
#106 to #15 - thenamecreator
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(05/06/2013) [-]
Thanks Ignusim, I will try.
#26 - kibi
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Last week was the 8th anniversary of my mom dying. So I guess she wasn't there to hold me up.   
   
That would explain why I'm a fat **** I just sat down and stayed down.
Last week was the 8th anniversary of my mom dying. So I guess she wasn't there to hold me up.

That would explain why I'm a fat **** I just sat down and stayed down.
#35 to #26 - churrundo
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Closest one I lost was my cousin. Stay strong, bro.
#71 to #26 - anon
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dont you your mother as an excuse for being a fat **** you cunt!
#77 to #71 - kibi
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It was a joke, man.
#117 to #26 - anon
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(05/07/2013) [-]
Bro. I know that feeling.
Except mine's not dead.
She just left me and never cared to come back.
8 years ago.
I'm only fourteen...
#120 to #117 - kibi
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(05/07/2013) [-]
Mine died 9 years ago and I'm only 17. Stay strong, friend.
#121 to #120 - kibi
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8, I mean
#44 to #26 - farmermcguffen
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#59 - freshbakedrolls
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The hardest part of life is good bye to the ones you love. That's why the only time i say goodbye is when they do.
#115 to #59 - bronzecatgamer
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Don't do that. Always say goodbye. Because the thing you will regret the most in life is not saying goodbye while you can. A good rule to follow is "Never end a conversation with words you'll regret later". Because you'll never know if it's the last goodbye.
#76 to #59 - astrozombies **User deleted account**
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thats some deep ****, man.
#98 to #59 - shoryuken ONLINE
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(05/06/2013) [-]
have you seen all the episodes of this amazing series? :)
#110 to #98 - freshbakedrolls
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#116 to #110 - shoryuken ONLINE
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(05/07/2013) [-]
awww yeah
i don't know why but it comforts me to meet other twilight zone brethren
I love that show so much, just absolutely amazing and brilliant, i'm actually downloading all the episodes right now
the lonely was my favourite episode though i've concluded
#39 - cramtheclam
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(05/06/2013) [-]
I'll love you forever I'll like you for always, as long as I'm living my baby you'll be.
#56 to #39 - flamingpinkbunnies
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(05/06/2013) [-]
holy ****.

THAT. BOOK.
#66 to #39 - captainoptimist
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(05/06/2013) [-]
Doesn't matter how many times I read/hear that sentence, I get feels. Ah, parenthood.
#96 to #39 - TarnRazor
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(05/06/2013) [-]
Oh my God.. Friends ruined that for me..
#58 to #39 - esmebuffay
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(05/06/2013) [-]
That's exactly what I was thinking of, my mother used to read this book to me when I was young. Thank you.
#5 - miscarriage
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#13 to #5 - anon
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... ... Dat name... I can't... Feel any feels.
#14 to #13 - miscarriage
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#18 to #5 - nikkeem ONLINE
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Like tears... in.. rain
Like tears... in.. rain
#48 - envinite
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(05/06/2013) [-]
Well I thought it was all standing sex position.
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