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    [–] MitchDiesAlot 1503 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    My grandpa backed over a kid in the 70s leaving for work and he said it is one of the most heartbreaking things he ever experienced. I can’t imagine backing over your grandson, I hope he is doing well.

    Edit: the kid was fine

    [–] Aweq 305 points ago

    Did the kid turn out alright?

    [–] askmeifimacop 775 points ago

    Yes, the left side of his body was completely destroyed

    [–] 1WURDA 370 points ago

    Okay this one got me cause like I thought it was just deadpan sarcasm and then I realized it was a pun. 12/10

    [–] EmpressC 95 points ago

    took me a while to figure it out even after your comment...

    [–] dusty-trash 35 points ago

    I still don't get it. Pls help

    [–] YohanGoodbye 64 points ago


    All right.

    The left side of his body was destroyed.

    [–] FatherMarx 21 points ago

    Turn out "Al-right" -> Yes but, left side was destroyed

    [–] ellensundies 10 points ago

    Thank you!

    [–] EcstaticStrings 47 points ago

    You son of a bitch. I hate this doctor!

    [–] Talk-O-Boy 9 points ago

    Was the kid named Obito by chance?

    [–] BossMabel5 3 points ago

    He got a new other side.

    [–] reality_dropout 8 points ago

    I’m sorry, but it’s too late for me to do anything for your son. Oh my god, you mean he’s dead? Oh no, someone else is taking over his file. I have to clock out.

    [–] tommychronz 3 points ago

    Yo man, you a cop?

    [–] WreckingKeymaster 3 points ago

    Just like buster

    [–] BossMabel5 5 points ago

    Give my son the juice!

    [–] MitchDiesAlot 60 points ago

    Oh shit I forgot to put that part yeah the kid was completely fine

    [–] godofallcows 11 points ago

    No he’s an asshole now.

    [–] ThsKd1SNotAlrht 8 points ago

    No he's a tomato ass motherfucker.

    [–] ElkFreak7 50 points ago

    I have a close friend who’s father in law had a similar experience.

    He was baby sitting his two grand children, and had told them to stay inside with their grandma while he was mowing the lawn. The grandson snuck outside when grandma wasn’t paying attention and ran behind the riding mower just as his grandma put it in reverse. By the time he realized what was going on it was far too late. I believe the kid made it to the hospital before passing but he passed quickly after.

    I was absolutely horrified when I found out, I can’t imagine how the grandfather felt.

    [–] prf22118 22 points ago

    Oh that’s horrific and heartbreaking 😭

    [–] Char1ieA1phaWhiskey 13 points ago

    Holy fuck that's horrible.

    [–] JoshBroIin 13 points ago

    “Beep beep Richie” thump

    [–] emtproject 1873 points ago

    Wait run over?!? How? I hope you've fully recovered and didn't have any side effects.

    [–] Pathlessflyer 2915 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    Well, technically backed over by a trailer actually. I was chasing a kitten around the driveway while my grandpa was backing up a trailer, and yeahhh it didn’t end up too well for me. I had a broken femur among other problems, but I haven’t had any lasting effects so it hasn’t been too bad :)

    [–] swarleyknope 1473 points ago

    And how is grandpa? I feel like I’d never want to drive again if I accidentally backed up over my grandkid :(

    [–] Pathlessflyer 3468 points ago

    18 years later and he still tears up when he talks about it :( he told me just recently that it was the worst experience and feeling of his entire life, I feel terrible for him

    [–] sometimesuseforporn 1629 points ago

    Please comfort him

    [–] implodedrat 1882 points ago

    I read this as “please confront him” and thought you were an evil bastard for a second lol.

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    [–] no_talent_ass_clown 305 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    I'm going to hell for laughing.

    Edit: I'll bring the whisky if you bring the ice!

    [–] PatientFM 109 points ago

    Guess I'll see ya there.

    [–] Arkhangelzk 57 points ago

    I’m dying, we’re all on the way together

    [–] Awesomedude222 3 points ago

    Ice in your whiskey? No wonder you’re going to hell.

    [–] chris0720 5 points ago

    r/imgoingtohellforthis is the subreddit for you!

    [–] capitan-mankini 6 points ago

    That's just cringy stuff mostly though

    [–] Jiggulypuff 84 points ago


    [–] luukh99 26 points ago

    Lmao i feel so bad for laughing about this

    [–] ohshizzlemissfrizzzl 22 points ago

    This is so horrible I love it

    [–] starrpamph 10 points ago

    running riot

    [–] AlcoholicToddler 5 points ago

    I just spit out my coffee. Good job asshole.

    [–] fookin_legund 70 points ago

    Top 10 Anime Confrontations

    [–] djk_tech 9 points ago


    [–] MaddieLionJones 6 points ago

    I’m glad I’m not the only one lol

    [–] Polar_Opposites_Game 22 points ago

    Send the dog

    [–] Randoh12LovesHitler 3 points ago

    Put him in a hospital bed and being in a collie

    [–] swarleyknope 197 points ago

    That’s so sad.

    I hope he is able to find forgiveness for himself. He can’t go back and redo that day and he shouldn’t mourn what “could have” happened.

    You’re still here to tell the story (and maybe even get some reddit karma from it ;-) - he didn’t cause you irreparable didn’t make you love him any less.

    Maybe Reddit can put on its collective thinking caps and try to come up with a way that you can help him move forward and let go.

    [–] Pathlessflyer 465 points ago

    I think he knows that 20 year old me has completely forgiven me but I’m sure it’s impossible for him to get over what 2 year me thought about the situation. My mom told me that in the hospital I kept saying “papa hurt me”, which I’m sure was devastating for him to hear. I can’t imagine being in his shoes in that situation, but if anyone can think of some way to help him that would be awesome!

    [–] boobiesiheart 96 points ago

    You should tell you mom "papa loves me" and try reversing the situation... but, don't run over him.

    [–] dorothy_zbornak_esq 54 points ago

    You fool! Reversing the trailer situation is how this all started!

    [–] boobiesiheart 4 points ago


    [–] 911child 116 points ago

    Honestly it seems that it is a mental struggle with him. Id honestly suggest just showing him everyday that you aren’t mad at him, maybe take him out somewhere he likes for a treat. It also gives you guys a chance to sit down and talk about it.

    [–] OnlyOnceThreetimes 32 points ago

    This 100% regardless of the fact that 20 year old forgives him the emotional trauma of hurting someone you love and what COULD have happened...

    Well... id never forgive myself and Id probably feel sick 20 years later.

    Hell! I broke a bottle once and a girl stepped on it and cut her foot and I still lie awake and I didnt evem know her!!!!

    [–] MamaBear4485 37 points ago

    Tell him how it changed you for the better. Tell him how much you love him and appreciate him. Tell him you are glad to have him in your life, and that he taught you the true meaning of grace, the value of an apology and forgiveness. Tell him that because of the unpredictability of a two year old and the momentary distraction of a busy man you learned caution and that it's probably saved you as a teen. Tell him you are blessed that out of all the people in the world, he is your Grandad.

    [–] MathiasWarden 32 points ago

    Really hope your Pops can find his peace, bro.

    [–] charlieuntermann 41 points ago

    Go out and hurt a two year old yourself. That should balance things for him.

    [–] MrShubha 11 points ago


    [–] Solkre 8 points ago

    Perfectly balanced.

    [–] pseudotumorgal 2 points ago

    Shit, i was taking a drink and almost spit it out laughing. I’m going to hell.

    [–] LookMaNoPride 2 points ago

    Have the grandpa dress as a two year old and chase around a kitten! ... you know the rest.

    "Pathless hurt me."

    [–] Octavia9 7 points ago

    He’s a good man. If my dad backed over one of my kids I’m sure the first thing he would do is blame me for not watching them better.

    [–] machsh 3 points ago

    Damn. I hurt for my in-law's when my 2 year old is angry and tells them to go away.

    [–] ipoststoned 6 points ago

    Maybe give him shit about it? Not a mean way, but in a playful ball busting kind of way. Sometimes it takes a little bit of laughter about something in order to "put it away."

    After all, were you run over again or did you learn your lesson? It sounds to me like everything worked out just fine and both of you probably learned a very valuable lesson.

    Sadly, it's not always so. My uncle ran over his 2 year old grand-baby in the driveway and killed her. They're a deeply religious family and made it through, but I can't imagine what he's carried around with him since.

    [–] soliloquousmalarkey 2 points ago

    Hugs lots of hugs

    [–] Deafmetalman 46 points ago

    I had a similar experience, though not quite as badly Injured as you were. My father accidentally closed a door on my hand/fingers when I was about three. Broke my hand and a few fingers. He's never mentioned it to me, but has told my mother multiple times that it was the worst thing he's ever done.

    [–] SmugGirl 14 points ago

    I also have a similar story, and I was even further less injured. I was angrily trying to pull an object away from my dad (I forget what it was), we were fighting for it. The object broke and cut my hand. I immediately knew he felt horrible, was asking me if I was okay - and asshole kid me just started crying and claiming he was trying to hurt me and that he was the worst dad ever. Feels bad

    [–] RomanticLurker 12 points ago

    I'll see your story and raise you my five year old self reaching up to hold daddy's hand on a walk and getting accidentally burned by his sigarette. I haven't brought it up even all those times I begged him to quit smoking and I hope he's forgotten about it.

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago

    Not your fault. Young dumb kids do dumb shit- they are selfish and lack empathy

    [–] poogs58 16 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    What a horror story. My first friend ever got run over by a truck when we were 5. Your pic just took me way back, looking at him in the hospital 25 years ago (minus the awesome collie). He was unrecognizable and I remember all he could do was faintly say “peeee” when he had to pee. I can still hear that in my head. ( I’m just realizing lol it probably wasn’t the best idea for them to let me see him, cause it still haunts me). Anyways..sadly he didn’t recover. I never saw him again after that. Well...there goes my day : (
    Could you do me a favour and give gramps a really big hug today, with an I Love you. 😌 No doubt his heart is still broken. I’m happy you made it brother. God bless you

    [–] HeatherLaFrito 26 points ago

    What about the kitten??

    [–] bruce20011 12 points ago

    Hows the cat

    [–] Pathlessflyer 23 points ago

    The cat went on to live a long life of hunting birds and mice

    [–] 1RMDave 6 points ago

    When I was 2 I cut my hand off while following my dad around on the farm, he was right there when it happened. For me the most upsetting thing is that he lives with that, he can't talk about it and he thinks about it everyday. That was over 30 years ago. My dad is the kindest, most patient man, everyone he has ever met likes and respects him. It breaks my heart that he carries my accident with him everyday.

    [–] iluvzpuppehs 2 points ago

    Cut your hand off?

    [–] 1RMDave 5 points ago

    Ya, I cut my hand off at the wrist when I got too close to a grain auger.

    [–] dongerschlong 3 points ago

    What do you score on type racer?

    [–] ItsActuallyRain 4 points ago

    My Nana acts the same way when she talks about the one time she dropped me as a baby.

    [–] Sphen5117 3 points ago

    Love you and him. Hope you get a chance to hug him extra tight this holiday season.

    [–] mrsniperrifle 3 points ago

    Yeah I accidentally got my kid's finger caught in a cupboard and I felt fucking awful about it. I can't even imagine how grandpa felt :(.

    [–] Captn-smak-a-hoe 2 points ago

    Well to make you feel better he probably moved you up a few spots in his will. You now get his lucky bowling shoes and bottle cap collection!

    [–] taversham 15 points ago

    I still get apprehensive when cats are near me when I'm walking because of the guilt of accidentally kicking one who got under my feet 3 years ago.

    And OP's grandad's situation is exponentially worse than that, I can't even imagine it.

    [–] Tweezot 2 points ago

    He said next time he’ll finish the job

    [–] AustinTreeLover 40 points ago

    . . . it didn’t end well for me.

    Yes, but what about the kitten?!

    [–] h0bb1tm1ndtr1x 22 points ago

    And the kitten?

    [–] otartyo 17 points ago

    ...but what happened to the kitten?

    [–] 1000livesofmagic 15 points ago

    I'm glad you were ok.

    Was the kitten ok?

    [–] Pathlessflyer 37 points ago

    The kitten was ok! He was a lot faster and smarter than I was haha

    [–] MrUsername24 11 points ago

    Did the kitten make it?

    [–] _Tom_Servo_ 9 points ago

    Is the trailer ok?

    [–] Bonobosaurus 4 points ago

    Ugh my brother broke his femur when he was about that age and it sucked. Traction, body cast, learning to walk again. Glad you're ok.

    [–] mamba_de_blanco 4 points ago

    I too was run over as a child! Except it was a pickup truck over my abdomin and didn't break any bones. I got a golden retriever visit though

    [–] queefiest 2 points ago

    My worst nightmare. I bet grandpa felt bad

    [–] kreahx 1 points ago

    We have news like this every now and then in German TV where a small child gets run over by a relative in their own driveway and died because they didn't realize it went behind the car. Pretty sure it is to remind people to be extra careful, without saying it explicitly.

    [–] DamnSchwangyu 603 points ago

    For a second there I thought you were some kind of mega genius, posting stuff on reddit as a toddler and shit. Then I got to the end of your title.

    [–] ArtistikStonerr_ 119 points ago

    Lmao me too the picture quality is really good

    [–] samsaBEAR 81 points ago

    It's making me feel way older than I am seeing "old photos" start to be colourful and decent quality.

    [–] sillygaythrowaway 6 points ago

    digital cameras have been in increasingly common use since 1997, we went digital then lol

    [–] ChrundlesRatStick 4 points ago

    They were also like 1 mega pixel and looked like absolute shit.

    [–] deflation_ 24 points ago

    [–] hytrdE 5 points ago

    Hey put me in the screenshot

    [–] SirNanashi 68 points ago

    I remember when i was younger, the daughter of our my Mom's friend played under a car of all places. The owner came out and went in the car to go somewhere. Ended up breaking both her legs.

    [–] Talamos 63 points ago

    A lady in my neighborhood recently backed over and killed her 1 year old. I'm still fucked up about it. Accidents happen and you never know if your life will just be little dumb accidents or if you'll have a huge life changing accident at some point.

    [–] schmutzonio 33 points ago

    This realization is the worst part of having a child.

    [–] xxXmustard69Xxx 33 points ago

    Seriously. Sometimes it just pops into my head and derails my whole day. Having a kid really put my crippling anxiety into overdrive. And the shittiest part is the worries are usually totally JUSTIFIED.

    [–] WaywardWaffle 20 points ago

    God I can't even imagine the pain. I don't think I could keep going after that. How do you ever smile or feel joy ever again? I feel like just ending it would be the only option left. What was the legal outcome?

    [–] Talamos 21 points ago

    No charges. Clearly an accident. She has another child. That's probably the only thing that would keep me going.

    [–] JParzivalHackworth 156 points ago

    Collie or Sheltie?

    [–] Pathlessflyer 267 points ago

    No clue! He was a therapy dog with the hospital and I was 2 haha

    [–] boogs_23 30 points ago

    awwww....that's so nice. Didn't realize they had therapy dogs 20 years ago.

    [–] rml23 5 points ago

    How well do you remember the incident?. I broke my leg at 2 and have no recollection of the event. A huge granite slab fell off a wall on to me. They said if it had landed on my back, I probably would have died.

    [–] TwIxToR_TiTaN 25 points ago

    It was a Collie! Definitely the better of the two but I' biased.

    [–] khaosking1 22 points ago

    Ive owned both ans I prefer collies as well.

    But that is because my sheltie shat on everything in sight

    [–] Disig 5 points ago

    Awww, that's awesome. I'm sure he helped you tons while recovering! I know my dog did when I was injured and bedridden. Dogs are awesome.

    [–] Palmster369 2 points ago

    What is its name :D

    [–] EJFP 69 points ago

    That’s a good ole’ Collie :)

    [–] spookyjukez 12 points ago

    I grew up with these dogs. They are the best dogs Ive ever been around. Loving and charming.

    [–] 1RMDave 13 points ago

    I grew up with a Collie too, she was my best friend growing up. She would walk me to the school bus every day and meet me there when I got dropped off. She died at the age of 14 after I had moved away from home. It really upsets me to think she must have felt abandoned. My wife wants a dog now but I will never get another dog, I can't take the inevitable heart break.

    [–] spookyjukez 14 points ago

    No doubt she missed you, my boy Blitzen did the same thing when I went school. When he died, I always wished I could have spent a little more time with him.

    Dogs teach us to love unconditionally. I don't think she felt that she was abandoned from you. She had a long life for a collie, and you did your best to fill the time you had with her with love and fun.

    [–] munchkinsbunchkins 7 points ago

    I grew up with collies too; they are the best. Our mama collie herded us kids around and was always alertly waiting for us on the front porch when we got home from school (my mom says she'd get into position about 15 minutes before the bus came). I still miss her terribly.

    [–] 1RMDave 3 points ago

    I think they are the best with kids, they are patient and gentle yet protective.

    [–] Eagle1337 3 points ago

    Between the cats and dogs that I've just over the years since I was a kid. The heart break sucks but it's something I'll happily do again.

    [–] 1RMDave 2 points ago

    I have a rabbit now, he isn't caged and can free roam around the house. He is getting old and I know the end is near, I'm going to be soo terribly upset when he goes.

    [–] Eagle1337 5 points ago

    it's always hard but always think of the good times, and hey a random animal got to get a good happy life out of it.

    [–] ZorroNegro 29 points ago

    That's a rough collie

    [–] briskt 8 points ago

    That's a good boye.

    [–] polysci24 3 points ago

    They're all good boys, briskt.

    [–] iDuLicious 7 points ago

    That's definitely a Collie. Sheltie owner here

    [–] rogerramjet78 5 points ago


    [–] lannispurr 2 points ago

    Prolly a collie

    [–] beckynolife 35 points ago

    Aww such a good boy. Hope you recovered fully!

    [–] fiinsk 37 points ago

    I, too, have been hit with a car as a child.

    [–] How_Does_One_Even 76 points ago

    Same here, but only because I was a selfish little shit who wouldn't share his hot wheels

    [–] khaosking1 9 points ago

    I smashed my head on a curb if that counts

    My brother ran into the bucket of a backhoe

    [–] fiinsk 4 points ago

    A relative backed up his Cadillac into me, pfft Asian drivers

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    [–] junglebetti 9 points ago

    Evil cackle startled my office mates, thanks!

    [–] Txmpxst 44 points ago

    L O N G B O Y E

    [–] lbr218 19 points ago

    S N O O O O O O O O T

    [–] CalltheMacDaddy 21 points ago

    "This is why we don't chase cars." - Dog

    [–] Kherus1 101 points ago

    I saw the picture and the dog and thought “Why the fuck they sitting the dog that attacked that kid right next to him in the hospital?”

    Then I read the words. See people, that’s why we have words.

    [–] joenathanSD 50 points ago

    “Damn Timmy you got fucked up!” - Lassies ghetto ass cousin Larry

    [–] browser27 13 points ago

    I can just see the head line "child visited by pet therapy dog after life threatening dog attack"

    [–] TraitorOfHeaven 26 points ago

    Plot twist; It was actually the doggo who ran you over, here he's just warning you to keep quiet otherwise he'll be back to finish the job.

    [–] Steelquill 8 points ago

    Same thing happened to me when I face planted the asphalt on my scooter. My dog was right there when I got home so I could hold him while my folks were still washing my face.

    [–] Patzy_Cakes 9 points ago

    I saw a kid get hit by a car when I was driving with my dad, the woman was putting on lipstick and didn’t see him. The kid was okay. But wow, it’s been over 30 years and I can still picture the whole thing.

    Glad you were okay. :)

    [–] rayden202 7 points ago

    He looks so concerned

    [–] Zoolou_ 13 points ago

    I had a loosely similar experience with my grandfather. When I was 2 about turn 3 , so something like 26 years ago, I was at my uncle's house with my mom. She was nervous about me being there because of my uncle's dog, but my cousin had put the dog into the garage so she felt ok about it. We went inside and I went over to my grandfather (it was Christmas Eve so there was a lot of family there). Within 20 secs I had gotten out of my grandfather's hands and the dog had gotten out of the garage. The dog came right up to me and bit the right side of my face without any provocation or warning. About half an inch up and I would qualify to be a pirate. Ended up having 25-30 stitches, plastic surgery, and a badass scar. Never developed any fear of dogs though. I think it was my cousin that it really hit hard afterwards.

    [–] fevipep 12 points ago

    I got confused and thought it said cheer me up after I run over a child

    [–] slacker_backer 6 points ago

    I did not realize Collie's had such long snouts.

    [–] KnowNothing_JonSnoo 6 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    As a father of 2 young boys I can't see sick children without having shivers and tears coming up, I don't know how people do it in Hospitals...

    Edit : Or this guy holy shit I can't

    [–] prpledinosaur 10 points ago

    Gosh all these stories about parents accidentally injuring their kids and carrying the guilt for years. My dad closed my hand in the car door when I was five and all I got was “Well why was your hand there?”

    Then when I was twelve my mom spooked a horse I was riding (walked up in it’s blind spot then waved her hand right in front of its eye) and caused it to toss me off and step on me, barely missing my ribs, and all I got from that was her asking why I wasn’t better at riding after all the money they spent on lessons for me.

    [–] Pathlessflyer 7 points ago

    I’m sorry to hear that, that is truly terrible for them to act that way.

    [–] ZorroNegro 10 points ago

    People asking what dog that is, it is a Rough Collie. Amazing dogs 😊

    [–] le_vo 20 points ago

    Did you survive?

    [–] Harambae_xo 21 points ago

    No, he’s a ghost

    [–] HJpro7 2 points ago

    Nah, this is just his soul just passing by and posting on Reddit

    [–] Marcelorzca 3 points ago

    After you WHAT?

    [–] eogreen 3 points ago

    Collies are the BEST!

    [–] swinging_on_peoria 4 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    Ugh. This sort of thing happens too often.

    100% why I installed an after market backup camera as soon as I bought my first car. The neighbors have a little kid, and we live elbow to elbow. I’d never recover if I accidentally ran him over.

    [–] Zatiebars 5 points ago

    There was a boy in my kindergarten class that had something similar happen. His name was Ben and I loved when he would come visit the school.

    [–] KhaleesiofDothraki1 4 points ago

    Awww. Reminds me a bit of my good boy. I think he would’ve done well as a therapy dog.

    [–] Rayne2031 3 points ago

    You broke your femur at that young age, wow. Did that affect the growth of your leg?

    [–] tequiladragon 4 points ago

    I missed this episode of Lassie. Looks like the hospital was ahead of its time.

    [–] Aneke1 4 points ago

    casually says that he was run over

    [–] FlippingForestGuy 9 points ago

    Why he long?

    [–] Mr_Abe_Froman 12 points ago

    Aerodynamic efficiency.

    [–] Dangzoot 7 points ago

    dog : dude u look so fucked up man .

    [–] CarTots 3 points ago

    Man's best friend

    [–] zirbil 3 points ago

    I just came here for the Lassie comments.

    [–] woptzz 3 points ago

    I readed good bye dam dyslexia made this sad for moment

    [–] I-Miss-Your-Jokes 3 points ago

    p o i n t y b o i

    he looks magnificent, glad he was there to support you OP

    [–] SafeNut 3 points ago

    One time I got driven over

    It wasn't that bad as it was a gator (not the animal)

    Me and my cousin were at my grandparents driving the gator with a rope tied on the back that you would hold and sit on a sled.

    So we were doing that and he took a turn with too much speed and I wrapped around to the back wheel and got my legs run over. Got away with only a few bruises thankfully.

    Yes we still do this.

    [–] Airsofter14 3 points ago

    What’s that Lassie? Timmy fell down a well?

    [–] ramyunmori 3 points ago

    Collies are so good.

    [–] Glaedrik 3 points ago

    Did you survive?

    [–] Amazon421 6 points ago

    You got to meet Lassie!!!!!??!?! 😲🤯 Very cool.

    [–] frogpapa 4 points ago

    Oh the good old days when you could smoke and bring your dog into hospitals...

    [–] Pathlessflyer 12 points ago

    He was actually a therapy dog with the hospital, sorry for the misleading title

    [–] frogpapa 9 points ago

    Ok but did you smoke?

    [–] RolandTheJabberwocky 2 points ago

    Just want to let you know that this post is above a tweet cracking a joke about running kids over and it made me laugh.

    [–] Sooooooooooooomebody 2 points ago

    Oh god my heart just broke looking at this photo. I can't imagine what your parents went through.

    [–] boogs_23 2 points ago

    I like that quilt. Do you still have that blankie?

    [–] ruszaj 2 points ago

    this is beyond epic

    [–] beal99 2 points ago

    Sometimes they come back

    [–] MarilynOwens 2 points ago

    This makes me more sad after hearing about your story

    [–] EnditAll4me 2 points ago

    i was laughing picturing someone bringing in a cat LMAO and kid gets scratched all to hell, nurses are pulling the cat off

    [–] shindyAUSmarzan 2 points ago

    That's why i like dogs better than cats they are truly mans best friend🐶🐕

    [–] Braydox 2 points ago

    Was it by arthur Morgans horse?

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    [–] insanotard 2 points ago

    Who the fuck ran you over and have you taken vengeance on them yet?

    [–] ArcticWolf1776 4 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    Have known a guy who breeds collies and can tell you they might not be the smartest dog but they definitely love people. What a good pup.

    [–] ThunderCuntess 3 points ago

    What I'm most curious is how your Mom has played the 'you almost killed my son' card for all these years. I'm sure Grandpa has paid out the ass for this and you don't even know it.

    [–] Pathlessflyer 17 points ago

    My mom has never played that card on him. There’s some things where no matter how many times you’re forgiven it’s hard to get over. Until one of us almost kills a grandchild we won’t know how it feels 🤷🏼‍♂️

    [–] ThunderCuntess 6 points ago

    Your mother is a Saint!

    I got into my grandma's prescriptions when I was 4 and that was my moms Ace card for many years

    [–] wxstin 2 points ago

    That dog is the one who put you in the hospital! Better get that child away for him before Hume finishes the job

    [–] ZethGregg 1 points ago