chill dad comp. . r" tita lall main to SHE!!!. "This generation sucks! I'm the only smart one in my school!" "Wouldn't it be great if our parent's let us do whatever the we wanted?"
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#38 - thetewj (02/07/2013) [-]
Finds garage full of beer cans, they were actually all his. Hehe get it? Because he's an alc.... i just made myself sad.
Finds garage full of beer cans, they were actually all his. Hehe get it? Because he's an alc.... i just made myself sad.
User avatar #66 to #38 - yunogasaii (02/07/2013) [-]
His dad was an alcohol?
#47 to #38 - trimageryan (02/07/2013) [-]
That was depressing and I love you.
That was depressing and I love you.
#48 to #47 - curbed (02/07/2013) [-]
Oh Lord... I just saw this episode... D;
Oh Lord... I just saw this episode... D;
#52 to #48 - trimageryan (02/07/2013) [-]
Yup, Doctor Who will do that to you. It's either "Awww, so cute :D"  "That kicked ass!"  or  "OH GOD WHY?!?! D:"   
   
Sometimes all of the above in a spand of 4 minutes.
Yup, Doctor Who will do that to you. It's either "Awww, so cute :D" "That kicked ass!" or "OH GOD WHY?!?! D:"

Sometimes all of the above in a spand of 4 minutes.
#55 to #52 - curbed (02/07/2013) [-]
Right? I'm basically trying to get the majority of my friends into the show. It's worked for just about all of my guy friends... I tried with my female roommate and I don't know how well it worked, she seemed slightly interested but I can't be sure.
Right? I'm basically trying to get the majority of my friends into the show. It's worked for just about all of my guy friends... I tried with my female roommate and I don't know how well it worked, she seemed slightly interested but I can't be sure.
User avatar #57 to #55 - trimageryan (02/07/2013) [-]
I've never met someone who has watched Doctor Who and just didn't like it.

My current girlfriend got be into Doctor Who about a year and a half ago and I was rather skeptical to try it but now I'm a bit obsessed (Hell, as I type this there's The Masters FOB watch in my pocket and his Laser Screwdriver on my desk)
#59 to #57 - curbed (02/07/2013) [-]
I haven't gotten people that just flat out say they hate it, there are just some people who are reluctant to watch it for whatever reason. As for me, I initially didn't like it, my dad would watch it from time to time and it was just too complex, this was about 4 or 5 years ago and it was just a tad too goofy, but I eventually fell in love with it after a little while. So I watched it in little spurts, not really paying much attention to the story just enjoying the adventure. Now I'm watching it from season 2 onwards, because Tennant is my favorite Doctor. Matt Smith is a close second.
User avatar #64 to #59 - trimageryan (02/07/2013) [-]
Oh then you are missing out of a lot of what makes Tennant so fantastic!

Eccelston (9th Doctor) was such an angry and vengeful Doctor since he just wiped out his entire race (Along with his wife and kids, his family, and all that) and to see him change from that to Tennant was brilliant because of the contrast. It also is nice to see some of that anger and rage pop up in Tennant every now and again.

I think Eccelston and Smith get a lot of crap from the fandom because they aren't Tennant. I think they both did a fantastic job with their role that I doubt anyone else could have.
#71 to #64 - curbed (02/07/2013) [-]
I've only seen a little of Eccelston, but yeah, I'm watching Tennant in order now. I'm in season 3 somewhere. Maybe I should go back and watch Eccelston. And yeah, you definitely do see some of that anger from the previous Doctor pop up in Tennant, I also thought the switch to Smith was quite good, just the fact he seems more forgiving then Tennant, but again I've only seen Matt Smith in spurts, I'm still working up to him. I don't want to say anything specific about Smith but you can see more youthfullness in his character, and I don't just mean his face.
User avatar #76 to #71 - trimageryan (02/07/2013) [-]
I agree. But with that playfulness you also see a sort of....sorrow to this regeneration that he tries to push down and run from like he does with all of his pain but it seems to be catching up to him.

Something I found truly significant about the 10-11 regeneration is the fact that he didn't want to regenerate. For once in 10 regenerations he was happy to become someone new but he was sad to have his current self die.

Another kind of depressing little thing a friend of mine pointed out to me is how truly sad his last words as Tennant were. He always said "Allonz-y!" which is French for "Lets go!" and his lasts words were "I don't want to go..."

Sorry I'm rambling, I tent to do that when talking about Doctor Who

#79 to #76 - curbed (02/07/2013) [-]
Augh! No! Don't tell me! I haven't gotten there yet! D;
I have a poster of tennant during that episode where they nearly fall into the sun (It's either that one or the one when the Satan thing is in the planet being sucked in by the black hold) that says "keep calm and Allons-y" I'm pretty sure it's the Satan one because it was that episode when he realizes that the one thing he really believes in, is Rose.
User avatar #82 to #79 - trimageryan (02/07/2013) [-]
That is true.

Are you watching on Netflix? If so, before season 4 ends, watch the episode "Waters of Mars"

It's not actually part of any specific season (Or series as they're called) but it's an amazing episode that means a lot to his character.

Don't worry, I didn't spoil anything significant, especially compared to that episode (Bring tissues. I am a grown man who works on cars for a living and I can tell you I sobbed like a little girl)
#85 to #82 - curbed (02/07/2013) [-]
Yeah I'm watching on Netflix, which has it's goods and bads, and I will, though I don't know how many feels I can manage. I think the 10th is much more showy with his emotions, though he tries his best not to be, the 11th is normally cheery and tries to keep his "cool" (Ba dum tsh) as best he can. The 10th will show his emotions momentarily then will brush it off and try to change the subject.
User avatar #89 to #85 - trimageryan (02/07/2013) [-]
I agree. I loved how serious yet bouncy Matt could be but he also had these wonderfully childish moments of trying to divert the conversation whenever something sad happened and only once he couldn't run anymore did he really step up and show the fury of a Timelord.

David really held onto his anger and sadness which cause very mixed versions of the same Doctor. His companion are really what shaped him as the 10th Doctor. Rose taught him about trusting and caring for people, Martha taught him to not be alone, and Donna....Well, Donna slapped him back into place when he stepped out of line haha
#90 to #89 - curbed (02/07/2013) [-]
That's why I enjoyed that episode where he becomes human. You really see his more emotional side, when he loved someone, he kissed them, when he was scared, he ran and almost cowered, and when he was sad and distressed, he cried. He was more likely to wear his emotions on his sleeves while still trying to keep his composure as a proper English Gentleman. It also shows that even as a different person, he would still sacrifice himself to save the world and his friends. It was also so interesting to see him as a father, living his life and aging
User avatar #58 to #47 - grimhound (02/07/2013) [-]
Which episode was that?
#61 to #58 - curbed (02/07/2013) [-]
The episode where they are being chased by "The Family" So the Doctor turns himself into a regular human sometime during the early 20th century, basically putting himself into a watch and entrusts Martha to turn him back if it was absolutely necessary. I don't want to spoil it for you. It'd a very different episode but I thought it was quite good, it shows a different side to the Doctor.
User avatar #63 to #61 - grimhound (02/07/2013) [-]
i saw it, but somehow didnt remember.
#65 to #63 - curbed (02/07/2013) [-]
Eh, it was sort of an obscure episode I guess. You don't see many Gifs of it around here.
User avatar #68 to #65 - grimhound (02/07/2013) [-]
"he wasn't running away, he was giving us a chance."
#73 to #68 - curbed (02/07/2013) [-]
Yeah I liked that quote ^^
User avatar #60 to #58 - trimageryan (02/07/2013) [-]
"The Family of Blood" which was the continuation to the episode "Human Nature"
User avatar #62 to #60 - grimhound (02/07/2013) [-]
How the hell did I forget that episode? thanks.
#67 to #62 - trimageryan (02/07/2013) [-]
Not a problem mate.
Not a problem mate.
#77 - eyeblowbarrs (02/07/2013) [-]
<------ my dad is pretty chill
#30 - smashingprodigy (02/07/2013) [-]
Sees you playing with toy dinosaurs.
Takes you to Jurassic Park.

Wait, something's not right.
#26 - helenwheels (02/07/2013) [-]
&quot;This generation sucks! I'm the only smart one in my school!&quot;   
   
   
&quot;Wouldn't it be great if our parent's let us do whatever the 			****		 we wanted?&quot;
"This generation sucks! I'm the only smart one in my school!"


"Wouldn't it be great if our parent's let us do whatever the **** we wanted?"
#46 - sharksloveme (02/07/2013) [-]
I never knew my father.
I never knew my father.
#74 - sphinxe (02/07/2013) [-]
Aw I wish my paps could have been like this.   
   
and not a nasty man. hm.
Aw I wish my paps could have been like this.

and not a nasty man. hm.
User avatar #27 - memeticman (02/07/2013) [-]
My Dad is Dead.
User avatar #36 to #27 - colegaleener (02/07/2013) [-]
What did the kid with a dead dad get for Christmas? Cancer.
User avatar #86 to #27 - redrex ONLINE (02/07/2013) [-]
no McDonalds for you
i'm so sorry
User avatar #2 - akumamika **User deleted account** (02/06/2013) [-]
Mum left my dad when I was 4. He's a dick.
#69 to #2 - xzayviaaeyeres (02/07/2013) [-]
Never knew my dad, They went their separate ways before I was born. Literally no interest in knowing who he is, Whatsoever
#7 to #3 - fuzdohraa (02/06/2013) [-]
if he was a ****** it would have been his dad that left his mom, not his mom leaving his dad...
User avatar #8 to #7 - bulletchin (02/06/2013) [-]
you must be the expert on blackies huh
#10 to #8 - anon (02/06/2013) [-]
says you prick
#12 to #10 - igelior (02/06/2013) [-]
&gt;complains about online racism   
&gt;mfw
>complains about online racism
>mfw
User avatar #4 to #3 - akumamika **User deleted account** (02/06/2013) [-]
im white
User avatar #5 to #4 - ludvig (02/06/2013) [-]
shut up ******
User avatar #13 to #5 - thelordofrepost (02/06/2013) [-]
Shut up chink.
#42 to #3 - dankey (02/07/2013) [-]
is everything on funnyjunk a repost?
#6 - anon (02/06/2013) [-]
Dude that's ******* Bill Bryson like my favorite author. Google Notes from a big country and A short history of nearly everything. Time for Fj to get literate.
#33 - tastycupcakes (02/07/2013) [-]
of a friend of mine had one of those dads in the third and forth pic.
hes doing absolutely nothing with his life.
dropped out of community college as an astronomy major.
Thats what "chill dads" like that do for you.
User avatar #37 to #33 - MaxFabian (02/07/2013) [-]
Not really. I mean admittedly that does happen to a lot of people, but i wouldn't blame the dad. I mean, both my parents are a lot like that. They know i smoke and drink, and they don't get mad. Mainly because they did it when they were my age too. They pretty much tell me don't be dumb about it, but have fun with it. And I'm doing just fine. I think you are putting too much blame on the parents, and not enough in the individual.
User avatar #40 to #33 - snuffff (02/07/2013) [-]
Thats all his fault. Maybe if he didn't smoke all day he wouldn't have dropped out. Hes an idiot. His parents had nothing to do with him failing.
#43 to #33 - pepemex (02/07/2013) [-]
As long as he's happy who gives a **** what he does with his life?
#49 to #33 - DoggyBouncer (02/07/2013) [-]
My dad let's me smoke in my room. He will occasionally have a smoke with me and tell me stories about when he was in high school and college, they were always the greatest stories anyone can ever tell you, full of adventure and normal teenage shenanigans. We have a beer every now and then. I'm not 21 but he knows I'm not an idiot and he knows what I'm doing, I've never been arrested or had any trouble. I wouldn't trade my dad for the world, and he's told me many times that he has the perfect life with me and my mom. My mom doesn't do that but she doesn't mind it. We live comfortably. Just because my dad is chill doesn't mean he isn't happy with the way he lives. Big 			*******		 deal if your friend has a dad who dropped out of college if your friend and his dad are happy, you can 			****		 right off. My &quot;chill dad&quot; has done everything for me. Just because he's chill doesn't mean he doesn't do anything for me.   
   
   
/Rant
My dad let's me smoke in my room. He will occasionally have a smoke with me and tell me stories about when he was in high school and college, they were always the greatest stories anyone can ever tell you, full of adventure and normal teenage shenanigans. We have a beer every now and then. I'm not 21 but he knows I'm not an idiot and he knows what I'm doing, I've never been arrested or had any trouble. I wouldn't trade my dad for the world, and he's told me many times that he has the perfect life with me and my mom. My mom doesn't do that but she doesn't mind it. We live comfortably. Just because my dad is chill doesn't mean he isn't happy with the way he lives. Big ******* deal if your friend has a dad who dropped out of college if your friend and his dad are happy, you can **** right off. My "chill dad" has done everything for me. Just because he's chill doesn't mean he doesn't do anything for me.


/Rant
User avatar #53 to #49 - DoggyBouncer (02/07/2013) [-]
Plus I'm living at home and go to UCLA.
It's your friend's fault, not his dad's
#94 to #33 - tastycupcakes (02/07/2013) [-]
**** tons of butt hurt bellow me
#23 - iamawhitenigger (02/07/2013) [-]
This guy has serious daddy issues.
#14 - tannerninja (02/07/2013) [-]
**tannerninja rolled a random image posted in comment #4 at It's The Only Rational Answer ** Wish I had a dad as cool as that, MFW I haven't spoken to mine in over 8 years
User avatar #25 - ivoryhammer (02/07/2013) [-]
AKA pushover dad.
User avatar #50 to #25 - TheBarneyStinson (02/07/2013) [-]
Pushover dad wouldn't stand up to his wife.
#88 - twelveinchessoft (02/07/2013) [-]
**** man honestly if people treated their kids like this more often they would turn out better...

parents of today's society are so uptight and paranoid that they end up forgetting how they were in high school and college themselves... and then it happens over and over again. you can't shield your kids from life, let them experience what they need to experience
User avatar #34 - mrjweezy (02/07/2013) [-]
its different with my dad.
Mom: Martin
Dad: cunt licker ( moms gay)
User avatar #51 - srapture (02/07/2013) [-]
Alright, seriously, why is Pink Floyd considered the almighty god of music by the internet? I've listen to a few songs and they're okay, but not something I would choose to listen to on a regular basis. There are so many posts which use Pink Floyd in that kind of "can't put a foot wrong. Eternally, undeniably perfect" light, and I just don't see it. And I'm not saying that because I'm one those guys who is like "rap/screamo/dubstep (or whatever) isn't music. Only _____ is any good". I listen to pretty much every genre. Is it just me. Are my ears defective?
#54 to #51 - anon (02/07/2013) [-]
Subjective views, man. Subjective views.
#70 to #51 - hotsand (02/07/2013) [-]
Brick in the wall is okay but I think the hype of Pink Floyd comes from the times of which the fans were in. If that stuff blasted now I don't think they'd be nearly as popular.
User avatar #72 to #51 - iliekcereal (02/07/2013) [-]
Personally, I haven't really been able to get into them yet. I can tell it's good music, but I just don't really like it. However, Wish You Were Here is one of my all-time favorite songs ever.
User avatar #75 to #51 - unforgivenfive (02/07/2013) [-]
If you aren't the type of person that spends hours in a darkened room listening to music and contemplating its existence and meaning (whitest also thinking about your existence and meaning) ALL without the use of drugs. music like Pink Floyd (not there famous stuff but stuff off meddle or what not) wouldn't probably sit with you the way you'd like. and like anon says. music is subjective to who you are and what you think. and if you dont like something..thats okay. because there are people that agree with you, and people that dont..and hate you. But you......I love you. even though I love PF a lot more

TL;DR its okay what you think...even though you're wrong so is everyone else
User avatar #80 to #51 - weightedtemp (02/07/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure this post defines Pink Floyd as more of a pot smoker's dream than anything else
#16 - trollins (02/07/2013) [-]
So he's a good dad for not disciplining who son? wut
So he's a good dad for not disciplining who son? wut
User avatar #84 - robothuck (02/07/2013) [-]
What is it with stoners and Pink Floyd worship in the US? I respect their accomplishments and all but listening to any album too often starts to hurt my brain, balls and ears in that order.
User avatar #78 - cleverguy (02/07/2013) [-]
so refusing to punish your children for any reason, even when they do drugs, is being a good father now? ok.
User avatar #92 to #78 - Crusader (02/07/2013) [-]
No, but realizing that you can do 2 things.
Allow him to do it discreetly where you know, and know he is doing it at your house, where he is relatively safe.
Punish him and crack down and end up pushing him to do it in even more secretive things where you don't know, where you can't control it.
User avatar #81 to #78 - weightedtemp (02/07/2013) [-]
It's not called good dad comp. It's called chill dad comp.
#18 - Bricehager (02/07/2013) [-]
Chill dad? He sounds like a neglectful dad that doesn't discipline his kid.
#20 to #18 - Utkezabanje (02/07/2013) [-]
Uh-oh. Someone has daddy issues.
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