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this restores my hope in humanity

this video brings me almost to tears, I see this video and i realize how much people can care for each other and that we are not all hopeless idiots. Don't care about thumbs just wanted to share my thoughts

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Submitted: 11/07/2011
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User avatar #8 - kumabear (11/07/2011) [+] (36 replies)
I remember when me and my unit came home.... we were seven men short, but their wives and kids were there because they hadn't been informed, i don't have kids of my own, and i was heartbroken, so i waited around, most were 2-5 years old, when most of the other men and their families had gone i stepped forward to the other families and made the announcement that none of the kids understood and all the women dreaded, i was adopted by all of those kids as their dad, i recently came home from my third tour and found that the same families who i had given the bad news to were all waiting for me, I went from being a young married marine with no kids to a father of 14 children, salute to all the fathers out there who served their country, both living and passed
Semper Fi
1/6 USMC
#20 - itrollzyou (11/07/2011) [-]
Oh my god I cried throughout that entire video.
User avatar #165 - blailexan (11/08/2011) [+] (4 replies)
Whoever made this just HAD to put the voice of the little girl in the santa hat... i cried like a bitch when i heard that
User avatar #177 - kaboozle123 (11/08/2011) [-]
when that little girl said "daddy? DADDY! I MISSED YOU!




#17 - sarahlovesyuhall (11/07/2011) [-]
This was legit 10 minutes of tears.
#114 - memenoob ONLINE (11/08/2011) [-]
When I was 7 my dad went off to rehab, he was a drug addict, and went away for 6 months. I was told he was on vacation. He came back, and a little after my 8th birthday, and after a month or so of being home went right back to his habits. When I was 12 he went back again. My mom never gave up on him, and I never understood why. I no longer thought that dad was just "sleepy" I knew he was a drug addict. He came back, after 6 months, and not much happened during that time. His life was still a mess, and he couldn't break his habits. When I was 13, he went into the military to straighten out his life. I went from 13 to 15, be the oldest of my 3 brothers and being the man of the house. I was raised and brought up not to cry, but my dad came back and surprised me while I was in school. We had a small event for the 9th grade only and infront of all my friends and peers, I cried and I didn't care. He was a changed man, and he straightened out his life. I was brought up not to cry, and when my dad came home, a changed life I cried in front of all my friends and didn't care who was watching. Watching videos like these bring back all the memories and I always cry. No matter how tough you are, how much of a man you are, it's always good to have a cry once in a while. I'm 17 now, and plan to go into the military next year. I'm proud of my dad, and he's an inspiration to me. I want to make him proud, and serve like him. No matter how tough you are, how much of a man you are, or who's watching. It's okay to cry.
#497 - fxremastered (11/08/2011) [-]
I couldn't even finish it. It was too sad and I couldn't see because I'm crying to much...

RIP To all those who didn't make it back.
User avatar #695 - SpcRamon (11/08/2011) [+] (8 replies)
My own return home from Iraq was just like this. My entire family was at the airport, waiting for me to get off. The moment i was seen, my brother(17) and sister(15) took off running. My brother made leap and i tried to catch him, i wasn't able to when my sister made a leap at me too. They tackle me to the ground in front of everyone at the airport. But i didn't care, i missed my family. This brought back memories.

Some people would never experience this, it is a sad, yet joyous time. If i am able to, i would relive that moment forever.


Especially if lived through this feeling before.
#53 - BorderPatrol (11/08/2011) [-]
these men put their lives on the line day in and day out to protect who they love, and others, this post made me cry.
these men put their lives on the line day in and day out to protect who they love, and others, this post made me cry.
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User avatar #873 - juicycrumpets (11/08/2011) [-]
Hi Daddy!
I missed you!"
#330 - hanzz (11/08/2011) [-]
#169 - dimetrodondanya (11/08/2011) [-]
Dammit, why you gotta make me cry? I'm bawling over here! But those were some good feels, thanks, OP.
User avatar #899 - webshark (11/10/2011) [+] (2 replies)
My dad is coming home on December 15... first time in 8 years that we will have a Christmas together as a hole
#727 - solidone (11/08/2011) [-]
Dear god. I cried many manly tears.
#135 - hockeykicksass ONLINE (11/08/2011) [-]
#844 - brushz (11/08/2011) [+] (1 reply)
Daddy? Hi Daddy!
I missed you daddy!
I love you daddy!

( 1:30 )
User avatar #802 - liebebella (11/08/2011) [+] (2 replies)
The little girl that was on Santa's lap that goes "I missed you" makes me cry like a little bitch.
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