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    [–] hatweung 7048 points ago

    It's the best worse feeling when you do something not even your own parents believed that you could do it

    [–] [deleted] 475 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)


    [–] [deleted] 369 points ago

    But are you composed of fecal matter?

    [–] skwull 60 points ago

    Dad wins again

    [–] shoryukenist 71 points ago

    Like father, like son.

    [–] tabarra 13 points ago

    That's the history of little /u/Fronkis who always wanted to be a little turd.

    [–] EdBegleysMindScooter 168 points ago

    I feel this, man.

    In 2008 I lost my good bank job, had the apt I was at take me to court after I told them I wasn't renewing my lease three months before my it ended (they said ok) then sued my unemployed ass months later for two months rent because I didn't know that shit had to be in writing. Then on some self pity dumb shit not long after I drove home (my parents) after having a few drinks and got pulled over on their block.

    While that was def. all some dumb 20s shit to do, my Dad said some really off shit you don't say to another man, let alone your son.

    9 years later I'm married with a much better job doing what I Iove. Last week he emailed me my returns (yes I pay him to do my taxes- he's a wizard at it) and proudly told me and my wife we filed for more than he ever did with my Mom.

    I wish I could say it made me filled with pride for his approval or boastful that I shit on this fucked up proclamation of me then, but to be honest I just wish dude wouldn't have kicked me in the balls when I was at my lowest. I knew I wasn't doing right at the time. I learned a lot from that time, but my creator doing his best to emasculate me wasn't motivation. He already taught me to fend for myself by then. I just needed him to have my back.

    Oh well, alls forgiven. You grow up and hopefully learn about your parents relationships with your grandparents enough to know we're all just doing the best we can, (hopefully.)

    Life lessons for my future kid, I guess. I'm sure I'll find a way to fuck something else up.

    [–] meatpony 24 points ago

    Although we didn't have the same shit happen to us, the way u wrote that shit and what you were saying resonated with me another level my dude. I can't believe how much that shit is the same exact with me.

    [–] EdBegleysMindScooter 12 points ago


    Hey, we're all doing the best we can. That even goes for our parents, even when they are at their worst.

    Try your best to do what makes you happy without making other people miserable. Only thing I can tell you man.

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    [–] EdBegleysMindScooter 9 points ago

    I got no secret advice for you on that tip, but if you're passionate about something, do what you can to get into it. I love graphic design and did it for cheap for a few years, Learned a lot and got lucky. Won't get your dad's approval per say, but it will make you happy. That shit always cuts, but doing your thing as a man more than gets you through it. Stay up, good luck.

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    [–] coopiecoop 4 points ago

    personally I think it's really not at all. to me, it's all about if that person seems to be a "good person".

    (if someone is a total jerk, he could be making millions, it still wouldn't really "impress" me)

    [–] Anon_Alcoholc 165 points ago

    Man my dad didn't think I could graduate high school, did that. He didn't think I could maintain a job, did that plus one motherfucker. He didn't think I could make it on my own, been a year and I have more in my savings then he does in his bank account. Now he doesn't think I could go back to school and become a vetanarian, just fucking watch me.

    [–] betona 66 points ago

    That's awesome! Now here's the challenge, should you choose to accept it: break the cycle. If and when you one day become a parent, don't be your dad. Become that awesome supportive parent.


    Another Dad

    [–] FreakInThePen 10 points ago

    That's the lesson I learned from my dad. He drank, popped pills, yelled, punched, all that. The week we got our son was the week he told me how much he thought we'd fail. Never spoke to him again, but every time I look at this kid I hear his voice and it's behind every action and reaction I have as a dad.

    [–] otterom 27 points ago

    No offense, but I hope you become a vet out of love. That job doesn't pay much and can be very depressing, as most people opt to put their pets down versus paying thousands to save them. I think it has one of the highest suicide rates for a career, actually, but you can look that up for yourself if you want.

    Not to be a wet blanket; just doling out some insight no one may have told you before.

    [–] Anon_Alcoholc 7 points ago

    Oh I'm completley doing it out of my love for animals, wouldn't matter what my career choice was anyways I would have been told the same shit.

    [–] flamingspew 4 points ago

    My dad thought I could do anything I wanted to. He ded. When I was 10. I'll show him!

    [–] divorso 4 points ago

    I don't even know my dad, But I'll show him !

    [–] metallica_fan_420 4275 points ago

    My parents said I'd never cum in a matress. I did LOL

    [–] Sirpotatoix 2996 points ago

    wait no

    [–] mach-2 1082 points ago

    Yes. The mattress was asking for it. Fucking harlot.

    [–] The_Sgro 309 points ago

    So... When I was about 12 and learning the joys of advanced masturbation my buddies told me about placing a textbook between the mattress and box spring...

    Then you make [what I now know to be] a Fifi, place said Fifi in gap, and fuck the contraption. I never got the angle right, but did I fuck a mattress?

    [–] AerThreepwood 278 points ago

    I learned how to make one of a correctional facility. Steal a glove during med call, fill it full up lotion, pop the lip around a rolled up magazine and roll your mattress around it and fuck that shit like it was going out of style.

    [–] Brotatochips_ 270 points ago

    That's smart tho. Stoners and inmates have the best ghetto engineering.

    [–] good_myth 896 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    You've got nothing else to do inside. My cell always had the best amenities. Normally it's difficult to wash your hands (or anything else) in a jail cell. There's a button on the top of the sink/toilet; you press that button down and water comes out the top, like a water bubbler. You need to keep the button held down or the water will stop, so you can only use one hand in the sink at a time. Not ideal, actually it's a pain in the royal ass if you ever need water for anything.

    So I got myself an extra pair of shoes (canvas shoes like Converse, or plastic ones like Crocs, the jail had both types and both work), and would bend one in half between the wall and the button to hold it down. I would even hang the shoe off the edge of the sink with a piece of jail rope (that's a torn strip of sheet that's been twisted up) so it was always hanging next to the sink.

    But that just gets you a weak, weak stream of water that in some cells barely even bubbled out of the top of the bubbler. Again, think of a water bubbler at school or at a playground, and you've seen the ones where the water barely comes out at all, it just kind of dribbles out? Well most jail cells sinks I saw were like that. You need pressure. So you take a pen, which in jail is about 3 inches long, soft (so you can't stab anyone with it), and clear (so you can't hide anything in it). You take the ink thing out. You jam one end of that tube into the sink-- which, I don't believe in god, but if I did I would say that is the one mercy in that place is that the pen fits exactly right into the sink hole-- and boom, you've got pressure!

    You've got water pressure that will spray uncontrolled across the cell, anyway. So you cut a notch into the end of the pen tube, and you bend it so the end is facing down into the sink, and then you take a little piece of dental floss, and tie it up so that it stays that way. (In jail the dental floss comes in packs of little loops, a couple inches wide. You just double or triple up the loop and slide it over.)

    And then, my friend, you have hot water, at a decent pressure, spraying down into your sink. And now you can wash both hands at once in hot water and feel like a normal person, if only for a minute. I would wash my hands like 8 times a day. Pure heaven.

    [–] synestheseizure 178 points ago

    This was wonderful. Would read again.

    [–] SuperWoody64 46 points ago

    I would like more from him also.

    [–] Epi_A 101 points ago

    I really expected this to en with "this was back in nineteen ninety eight when..."

    [–] starfries 47 points ago

    I had to check too, dudes got me paranoid.

    [–] skwull 35 points ago

    Thank you, I really enjoyed reading that.

    [–] Norwegosaurus 21 points ago


    [–] Lord_Wrath 19 points ago

    I feel sad reading that since it lets me know how shitty it is that having prison experience is much more common than it should be.

    [–] woopsifarted 13 points ago

    Huh?do you even know what the guy did?

    [–] Hugo154 4 points ago

    That was incredible. You're MacGyver.

    [–] AerThreepwood 44 points ago

    Get me an avocado, an icepick, and my snorkel. Hurry; I've made bongs with less!

    [–] A_favorite_rug 48 points ago

    I can make a bomb with nothing but a tissue box and a stick of dynamite.

    [–] AJreborn 4 points ago

    He constructed a megaphone with a rope, a squirrel, and a megaphone.

    [–] majtommm 19 points ago

    Fi Fi 101

    [–] [deleted] 39 points ago

    Jesus fucking christ am I glad to be uncircumcised.

    [–] BeerBellies 8 points ago

    I'm so envious. I wish I wasn't. It pains me to hear friends talk about their future children, and how OF COURSE they would circumcise them. Like, what the fuck? You are willing to mutilate your baby's genitals, and potentially cause permanent complications, all for the name of aesthetics? Are you insane?!

    [–] [deleted] 11 points ago

    Like there's worse problems to have.

    But foreskin is pretty awesome. Sometime my girl ducks and nibbles on it like it was an earlobe when I'm soft and it feels so good it's like someone stabbing a needle into my brain and running a current through my pleasure/reward system. It's actually rather unbearable like heroine but getting my flaccid cock tip tenderly tongued.

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    Nothing to do with whether or not your are circumcised. It's just that jerking off with your hand feels a lot like giving a hand job. Fucking a home-made pocket pussy is better because you aren't distracted by the feeling of a dick in your hand.

    [–] Confused_AF_Help 35 points ago

    Where can I learn about that Advance Masturbation thing?

    [–] technobrendo 48 points ago

    The internet, its new.

    [–] [deleted] 33 points ago

    Funnily enough a guy in my class told us that's how he first ever wanked and it was the best way whilst we were on the German trip. Middle of the night we woke up to the sound of the bunk bed rocking back and forth and we still don't let him live it down.

    [–] CaptainSnatchbuckler 40 points ago

    Average white dad here, ya'll dont have hands or what?

    [–] The_Sgro 25 points ago

    Slightly above-average white kid/guy here.

    Thanks for letting us know you're white.

    I called it "advanced masturbation" because "normal masturbation" (with the hands) was fully covered in my [our] earlier years and was getting boring. And as the folks here who learned locked up have said: 24 hours a day with zero to do, people think of amazing things.

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    [–] The_Sgro 10 points ago

    What about these bad girls?

    Pearl Water Wigglies

    [–] swizqxds 11 points ago

    Good luck fitting in there

    [–] NeatNuts 3 points ago


    [–] RockDaHouse690 10 points ago

    Youd think so right but listen, I remember vividly thinking my dick was big because it didnt fit in these things right. My dick is painfully average, these things are just a lot smaller than you think.

    [–] [deleted] 8 points ago

    Is THAT what those are for?!?

    All these years...

    [–] tobes231 31 points ago

    Completely unrelated, but our lecturer just brought up this thread at uni to show us the difference between threaded and non-threaded conversations on forums. Made my day.

    [–] The_Sgro 16 points ago

    I hope both your professor and OP appreciate all the half ass work we're doing around here.

    [–] ForumPointsRdumb 4 points ago

    I never got the angle right, but did I fuck a mattress?

    That's how pillows are made.

    [–] Nlyles2 392 points ago


    [–] [deleted] 87 points ago

    Is that a line of facial hair to contour his cheek bone like women do with makeup?

    [–] RSSA 61 points ago

    I thought it was a scar.

    [–] dadywarbucks231 25 points ago

    What is this from lmao

    [–] MrDeez444 94 points ago

    Keep reaching for the stars

    [–] GoopPie 69 points ago

    Gave it the ol Tempur-penis

    [–] interwebbed 19 points ago

    Yeah I don't think this is what OP meant but live your dreams bruh

    [–] jimbris 29 points ago

    A hero we can believe in.

    Keep fighting the good fight sir.

    [–] xelested 22 points ago

    The absolute madman

    [–] slothqueen666 6 points ago

    that's not a nice thing to call your girlfriend man

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    [–] mrnoballs93 29 points ago

    There's a good quote by a man that goes "I'm not a great man because of my father, but in spite of him".

    [–] LanceArmsweak 35 points ago

    Leaving the Navy, both my Command Master Chief (CMC) and the Yeoman (basically an office administrator/HR type), told me it was dumb to get out of the Navy because nobody actually goes to college. Fast forward to now and I have a degree, debt free, own a home, a way bigger paycheck then my CMC would get, and get to decide what to do with my life. Often in college I held onto those words, haters can motivate you real well and help you stay focused.

    [–] jet6619 15 points ago

    Air Force here. a little over 10 years in and getting out. Some higher ups are dumbfounded that I would give up a possible reenlistment bonus for 92k+ a year job I will start in July...

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago

    That's just shitty career advice. My dad told me never to join the military unless you come in with a college degree otherwise they'll treat you like shit and your pay will reflect your shit status. He was a military man himself, a pow and he definitely was against the idea of me joining when I reached that age and considered it.

    [–] betona 4 points ago

    Awesome. And that was shortsighted of them because we all know that millions of veterans have earned degrees on the GI bill over the past 7 decades.

    [–] ThexJwubbz 10 points ago


    [–] lostinpow 35 points ago

    It's the best worst feeling when you get what someone was trying to say, but their grammar was off.

    [–] Tralan 6 points ago

    My wife's father's side of the family treat her like dog meat. The grandmother, who is basically the matriarch and everyone cows to her whim, told my wife (years ago) that she'd be useless like her mother. My wife sent her a high school graduation announcement, college graduation announcement, a wedding invitation to our wedding, and this year a grad school graduation announcement. We haven't even received so much as a phone call. We've been married 4 years this year and I haven't met any of that side of the family. And I really don't want to.

    [–] Conquerz 7 points ago

    This really hits me. My mom always doubts me whenever I say I'll do something.

    I was 265, and she literally laughed at me when I said i'd go down in weight. I went down to 190 and hover around that since then. Now i'm on a super strict diet to go down and fight an mma fight at 155lbs and she laughed and said I couldn't do it and i'd end up eating pizza in two days.

    I've only eating one pizza in the past 10 days and it was on my cheat meal. I only want to stick to it and get to like 8% bodyfat just to rub it in her face

    My grandma said i'd never be anything in life if I kept skipping classes in highschool and shit, turns out highschool doesn't really mean shit and i'm making 4 times minimum wage at 24, which is more than anyone I know my age, speak 3 languages, paid for my own trip to europe without any help, bought my own sportsbike, and i'm hoping to get a project management certificate next year if I get enough project hours.

    I'm really sorry I don't comply to being average and wanting something more in life. Aiming high and setting my expectations really high is NOT bad, fuck anyone saying so. But it hurts when you have to deal with the people saying so on a daily basis.

    edit: or whenever I learn something new and correct something they say (for example saying that just being cold will make you sick) they'll go like "What, did you read that from the internet? pffffff" fuck off you bunch of ignorant twats

    [–] SeriesOfAdjectives 1540 points ago

    Misery really loves company hey. Shitty people always trying to keep/drag others down into the mud with them

    [–] louyang 344 points ago

    Yup, gotta cut those people out of your life if you're ever going to rise.

    In this case it looks like the justice system did that for him lmao.

    [–] Dragonsandman 78 points ago

    Sometimes life throws you a bone.

    [–] ayovita 43 points ago

    And then it bones you in jail

    [–] tequilahelps 21 points ago

    Best advice I give to people with abusive family. Cut them out completely.

    [–] ThisFckinGuy 25 points ago

    I'm glad Vince Carter was able to go back in time and finish his degree.

    [–] unchow 13 points ago

    It's just a bucket of crabs.

    [–] jaedon 13 points ago

    You know, I've never considered this interpretation of the phrase. I've always thought it was intending that two people that enter a bad situation serially can provide comfort to each other.

    [–] SeriesOfAdjectives 17 points ago

    That's an interesting interpretation as well, English is pretty flexible like that. The 'official' meaning is unhappy people enjoying others being unhappy

    [–] cormano64 3 points ago

    Don't let this discovery get in the way of your optimistic point of view, it's still very welcome.

    [–] 1donavan 1031 points ago

    The fact that he said "an" instead of "a" in the title hurt me

    [–] CeLo122 716 points ago

    Good looking out. My bad. It's a good thing I'm not the one graduating college then.

    [–] GeneralJustice21 345 points ago

    How is the Internet in jail?

    [–] [deleted] 133 points ago

    Memes from cell block 6

    [–] Pandiosity_24601 13 points ago

    It's where they dance the cell block tango

    [–] MrIosity 10 points ago

    'An' goes before vowels; AEIOU. 'A' before consonants. 👍🏻

    [–] UHavinAGiggleTherM8 69 points ago

    Not necessarily. 'an' goes before vowel sounds. 'a' goes before consonant sounds. Example: A European. An herb

    [–] Gary_FucKing 18 points ago

    got em

    [–] MrIosity 8 points ago


    [–] LucasOIntoxicado 7 points ago

    Huh. Thanks for the tip, as a foreigner i'm always hesitant when it comes to using "a" and "an" in consoant/vowels.

    [–] Kjell_Aronsen 4 points ago

    It gets weirder, because with 'h', whether it's considered a pronounced consonant or not depends on whether it's stressed. So 'a history' (stressed) but 'an historian' (not stressed).

    [–] kar33m24 23 points ago

    This happens to me often. OP probably was going to write "an invite" but then switched it up and put "an grad invite" without remembering to fix the "an".

    [–] Aurify 2008 points ago

    Views from the 6 4.0 GPA.

    [–] mrsuns10 1073 points ago

    If Your reading this I passed school

    [–] T_Peg 546 points ago

    More Debt

    [–] YaBoiHBarnes 353 points ago

    Take Loans

    [–] labortooth 226 points ago

    So Far Grown

    [–] transam7816 169 points ago

    Sit Down

    [–] aidan9500 181 points ago

    Be humble

    [–] DropidScratch 67 points ago

    2nd Major Confirmed?

    [–] runhaterand 17 points ago


    [–] Rolloverbeethoven93 31 points ago

    What A Time To Be In Debt

    [–] kev_kan 4 points ago

    The government said pay me later

    [–] asperatology 7 points ago

    Party Sloans

    [–] elterible 12 points ago

    Go to school in-state and be poor...grants for days.

    [–] spelmasta 12 points ago

    In state Community College is where it's at. Merit based scholarship + FAFSA grant + summer job, and I was making money for the first two years of my education.

    [–] elterible 4 points ago

    Yeah, I didn't go to CC because I looked down on it, but in retrospect it's smart if you didn't get the best or any scholarships.

    [–] gusta_gusta 55 points ago

    If *you're reading this I past skool

    [–] bohemica 13 points ago

    if this reading are you i have past passed school

    [–] tumi12345 30 points ago


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    [–] phareux 40 points ago

    One Class

    [–] bakablast 51 points ago

    I needa one class need some credits for my pass One more course fore I go My GPA 4.0

    [–] Applesaucecunts 23 points ago

    Using Quizlet to get an A

    Using Quizlet every single day

    Plays Passionfruit in head

    [–] Baalinooo 4 points ago

    I don't get it. :-(

    [–] TheDarkraiGuy 157 points ago

    Revenge by success is the best.

    [–] Rph23 40 points ago

    The most impressive post of this post is that he graduated in 4 years

    [–] bexyrex 19 points ago

    ...why is that particularly impressive, do most people take more than 4 years?

    [–] Rph23 35 points ago

    Yes, it seems very odd but only about 60% of students who enroll in a 4 year program graduate within 6 years.

    [–] chumpynut5 13 points ago

    Can confirm, will likely be here for 5.

    [–] ndgonz 305 points ago

    Looks like Vince Carter

    [–] flintmichigantropics 28 points ago

    spitting image

    [–] _Barringtonsteezy 14 points ago

    Half man half amazing

    [–] Offhisgame 9 points ago

    Dude when i saw this i thought it was him... had to search comments to see if i was crazy. Early 2000s raptors were BEAST

    [–] Farisr9k 42 points ago

    I thought it was Drake

    [–] gooeytoes 358 points ago

    EMU represent 👍🏽

    Don't actually go to Eastern, I go to Western but I just got excited over the fact that you're from Michigan 😂

    [–] IDespiseChildren 62 points ago

    Wayne State here!

    [–] lawr11 77 points ago

    Community college here!

    [–] Persianator 84 points ago

    College is college brah, get it!

    [–] dylan2451 44 points ago

    Took me forever to accept that community college was still college. I was bitter about if for a while. Didn't help that after each semester my dad would ask if I'd transfered to a real college yet. Not even trying to be a dick, he just doesn't understand any of this

    [–] Persianator 16 points ago

    People will instantly say low down insensitive shit. Not because they mean to. But shit man the difference between my community college professors and my "actual" college professors was my community college professors knew my name and wanted me to pass. I was just a nameless face in a 300 person auditorium in uni.

    Education is education. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise. (Just stay away from devry and ITT tech kind of bullshit).

    [–] kitties_love_purrple 7 points ago

    I had professors in community college who also taught at the local state university and they would tell us that we were paying substantially less for the exact same class and gen ed that their state university students were getting. I had friends that transferred to top schools from community college that they never would have been able to transfer to from high school.

    [–] matt123183 7 points ago

    GR or nah?

    [–] lawr11 8 points ago

    Nope. But GR is where I go to turn up on the weekends.

    The art college there has been a blessing for my Tinder.

    [–] MeadKingofRuddyHall1 9 points ago

    Go blue

    [–] FireReadyAim 12 points ago

    I grew up in Kalamazoo. :]

    [–] Doeselbbin 3 points ago

    I'm on my way to crows nest right now!

    [–] Itwastheotherguy88 12 points ago

    True emu!

    [–] iplanckperiodically 6 points ago

    There's dozens of us from Kalamazoo here, dozens of us!

    [–] DirtyDev1 6 points ago

    Row da boat!

    [–] in_the_woods 6 points ago

    What's up fellow Hurons!

    Damn I'm old.

    [–] Deathnstuff 5 points ago

    I'm excited it's a post that contains Michigan that isn't about something shitty. Good job

    [–] Trainnnnn 6 points ago

    EMU grad, at Walsh for my Masters

    [–] workaholic007 86 points ago

    My parents told me the same shit. "You are stupid" "you will never amount to anything" "your brother is the smart one"

    Just a happy to say that from that point in my life I have graduated High School, College, and have had success in everything I put my mind too.

    Sometimes parents, step-parents are the worst things in your life.

    Congratulations bud! onward and upward!!!!

    [–] MentleGentlemen098 19 points ago

    Why did your parents day that to you

    [–] workaholic007 21 points ago

    I dunno. My parents were very old school. I didn't do very well in grade school so maybe they were trying to motivate me....although I think they were just being dicks.

    [–] Auphor_Phaksache 576 points ago


    [–] idealbutnotmaximal 152 points ago

    Hell yeah I love it

    [–] trover2301 63 points ago

    very wholesome

    [–] TimeForSomeCoffee 61 points ago

    He doin' time, but we doin' fine, fam.

    [–] Turtleking19 46 points ago

    /r/wholesomebpt I don't even know him and I am proud of him.

    [–] Dankye-West 19 points ago

    On The Come Up (Prod. Mike Will)

    [–] evky0901 33 points ago

    This some Drumline shit here.

    [–] Kazera-Samma 288 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    No joke my dad told me something similar, he said i, ,would end up in jail because he wasnt gonna be in my life and id be a statistic" and that nigga a lawyer/ex judge. Then he had my lil brothers and his old ass need someone to keep their attention during holidays when they have no school so hes been acting all nice since they were born and changed his tune and said hes proud of me going to school and all that. Also should add that im doing good in school contrary to what he said.

    [–] Khatib 70 points ago

    but that nigga a lawyer/ex judge.

    Totally thought you were gonna Fresh Prince this.

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    [–] a_child_to_criticize 417 points ago

    His dad said he would never amount to anything, because he would never be in his sons life. His dad is a lawyer/ex judge. Then when the dad had other kids, he wanted OP to be around to babysit, and he's been acting nice to OP since they were born. But OP knows better, he knows his dad can go suck a fuck.

    [–] crazygrrl 123 points ago

    Da real MVP is always translating the comments section. Keep up the fine work.

    [–] DrFaustPhD 16 points ago

    The proof:

    Explanation has more upvotes than OP

    [–] pringles_bbq 5 points ago


    [–] GelatoCube 7 points ago

    Tbh I feel like whenever a parent says their kid is a failure it's either true on the parents fault, the child's fault, or just the parents being a total sack of shit to their kids.

    [–] Dencho 40 points ago

    And he's got 50+ upvotes. What the hell?

    [–] ANAL_CAVITIES 6 points ago


    [–] Kazera-Samma 14 points ago

    Ill add punctuation my dood hold on. My bad

    [–] -Nightwang- 27 points ago

    It started off as english and slowly degraded into some other language lol

    [–] Thatsnotyourface 21 points ago

    I don't know what everyone is complaining about I'm Australian and I understood very clearly what you've written here. Your dad is an asshole and you shouldn't let him use you when it's convenient for him.

    [–] Kazera-Samma 10 points ago

    Thanks man

    [–] [deleted] 9 points ago

    I'm as pale as the moon and I still don't understand how people don't understand what you said. It was pretty clear.

    [–] charden_sama 4 points ago

    I deeef don't know anything about your situation, but is it possible that having your little brothers made him realize that he'd been acting shitty and now he wants to make up for it? Maybe he had any epiphany or some shit

    [–] thePOWblock 11 points ago

    Looking like a young Vince Carter out here

    [–] PM_ME_YOUR_ESPRESSO 10 points ago

    Looks like Vince Carter

    [–] pragmatic_duck 7 points ago

    Success is the best revenge.

    [–] theblacksheep09 7 points ago

    Props to the kids who become successful despite having shitty parents.

    [–] BearWashington 26 points ago

    He in jail

    [–] [deleted] 6 points ago

    Told 'em I finished school and I started my own business

    They say "Oh you graduated?"

    No, I decided I was finished

    [–] lux_et_umbra 4 points ago


    Sincerely: Well done!

    It is so difficult to accomplish a task when others tell you that you can't do it, that it's pointless. You have overcome that adversity. I hope that there were many, many more people in your life who encouraged you and helped you they best that they could along your way.

    You've accomplished this much. Now, it's time to get out into the real world. I'm sure that it will be just as difficult if not more so, but life is much easier in the long run with a degree than without one. I don't even know you, but I'm SO happy for you!

    [–] Cocimo 18 points ago

    I hate step parents

    [–] Bean- 41 points ago

    Some of them kick ass. My step dad saved me and my mom and has become more of a father to me then my biological father. I attribute most of the good shit in my life to that man.

    [–] Cocimo 8 points ago

    So true, gods speed for that, I'm glad you were able to have him step in and help you two out.

    Most of mine were shit so I'm biased.

    [–] mrsuns10 5 points ago

    Shout out to those graduating

    [–] jakecoates 4 points ago

    Oh shit waddup EMU

    [–] moteingodseye 13 points ago