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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#5 - flnonymousseven
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Call me a cynic, but if he really cared, wouldn't he have simply made and effort to spent more time with you? as opposed to buying you things?
#92 to #5 - lightshadow
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User avatar #95 to #92 - flnonymousseven
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I'm not trolling though. As a kid who went through a divorce, my dad and I would have discussions about this kinda stuff all the time. It's not impossible to share custody of your kid after a divorce. lots of dads just get discouraged. or don't care enough. it's so much easier to just buy nice things for your kids. my dad said he never wanted to be that kind of dad. so he fought for years for his 50%. he even moved, quit his job and started a small business. just to stay close to me and my sister.
User avatar #97 to #95 - lightshadow
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Not you nor I fully understand the situation between this person's mother and father when it comes to custody, it may be that the father has very limited custody with his children and therefore uses items to keep him in his kids memory rather than the time that he cannot spend with them
User avatar #178 to #95 - zoologyexplain
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And he told you all this to do what? Guilt and coerce you into convincing your mom to let him come around more often?
Maybe I've got a poor idea of dads in general, but it's strange why he'd talk to a child like that.
User avatar #198 to #178 - flnonymousseven
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wow Mom, I didn't know you browsed FJ. but yeah that was a really bitter and snarky thing to say. so firstly, **** you.

secondly. It was kind of obvious AND it was kind of my business to know. we moved. mom tried to move us to the middle of no where so he'd have to sacrifice visitation rights. she always told me "Don't worry anon, you'll see dad every other weekend." a concept that found horrendous. what the **** kind of life was that? **** that. so I went to dad and we talked about it. I made it my business. I didn't want to be like most other divorce kids. I wanted BOTH my parents.

He told me because I asked. It was kind of my business wasn't it? I did everything I could to stay in the loop throughout the divorce, despite everyone telling me it wasn't my business. it WAS my ******* business. it was MY ******* life. so when he quit his job on two weeks notice (he was fairly high up) and moved out the middle of nowhere to be with his kids. when the judge said no. Him and his lawyers appealed it. I testified in court. I said I didn't WANT every other weekend, I loved both my parent's equally so I wanted to see them equally. why was/is that so hard for everyone to understand?. of course mom called me "Manipulated" but **** her. I was speaking out for what I wanted. I don't give a damn what she thinks. I was standing up for what made sense. for what was right.

we eventually won. and I went back and forth week to week at both parents houses. no feels no sadness. **** the status quo. everyone told us it was impossible. that this was just "how things are" **** 'em.

so yeah. you do probably have a bad idea of dads in general. but I don't. becasuse mine didn't abandon me like yours or OP's. so lastly, **** you.
User avatar #200 to #198 - zoologyexplain
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Wow, I really don't care enough to read all that.
#201 to #200 - zoologyexplain
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But here, finonymousseven, I made this for you anyway.
Try not to erupt in ecstasy over my paint skills.
#188 to #5 - radiserne
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**radiserne rolled image** "Oh look, red thumbs, better thumb down and ignore what he's actually saying"
**radiserne rolled image** "Oh look, red thumbs, better thumb down and ignore what he's actually saying"
#15 to #5 - anon id: 1d6b6843
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maybe the father played with him.
#31 to #5 - anon id: 055de84a
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The female in the divorce usually gets all the custody, and he cant really do much about it other than that
User avatar #42 to #5 - shadowkingdr
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you ******* little ****
User avatar #89 to #5 - zarcos
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Yeah this is a really roundabout way to show affection...
#104 to #5 - theruse
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User avatar #148 to #5 - smokekusheveryday
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don't be a cunt cunt
#159 to #5 - anon id: a3af1adf
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you must be new here.
#179 to #5 - zoologyexplain
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User avatar #186 to #5 - abstractpink
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HOLY **** YOU'RE A DENSE ASSHOLE

What are 12? Do you have no idea how the real world works?
User avatar #87 to #5 - pleebnutbubber
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i disagree with you, but I'll give you a green thumb solely because you do not deserve the overwhelming red-thumb-bandwagon that you received for stating your opinion politely
User avatar #6 to #5 - meganinja
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Because in most divorces, the mother basically can control how much custody the father gets. Normally he'll only get every other weekend, provided that both the mother and father are decent human beings. If the mother is nice, then she might allow for split custody.
User avatar #143 to #6 - phenact
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I never really understood that. The child should choose which parent to see on which day
User avatar #150 to #143 - techjoker
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Well the thing is, children supposedly can't think by themselves and can't take independent decisions, so basically their parents choose what they do until adulthood.
User avatar #151 to #150 - phenact
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so you're saying a 17 year old guy who can drive, might have a job, and has probably gotten laid can't choose whether he gets to see his father or not?
User avatar #152 to #151 - techjoker
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Well i'm no good with the law, but i think that you get those rights when you turn 16.I'm not sure though, and it may vary in countries
User avatar #153 to #152 - phenact
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still though
#180 to #153 - cplkoeksuster
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You can legally separate yourself from your parents as a legal entity before 18 but the reason needs to be serious like sexual assault.
#121 to #6 - batmanbeyonddgrave
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I would also think that he bought him video games because he knew that he could appreciate them more as a kid then kids appreciate their parents. So the dad knew he would show the kid he cared, but would let him figure it out in his own time... picture semi-related be cause it is cool, but not as awesome as the dad...
I would also think that he bought him video games because he knew that he could appreciate them more as a kid then kids appreciate their parents. So the dad knew he would show the kid he cared, but would let him figure it out in his own time... picture semi-related be cause it is cool, but not as awesome as the dad...
User avatar #7 to #6 - flnonymousseven
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yeah I get told that alot, but my dad filed for 50% joint custody. Mom tried to fight it but dad insisted. so I know for a fact it's not impossible. It all comes down to how much of a **** you're willing to give.
User avatar #8 to #7 - meganinja
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I mean it all depends on the judge. My father had me half the time, but it was thanks to my mother that allowed it to happen. The father is so much less likely to get a good amount of custody. If the mother is morally "better" than the father in any way (for instance, he drinks semi frequently and she doesn't) then he isn't going to get the custody. My Dad's a lawyer so I know of cases where the father even gets full custody, but he says the only time that happens is when the mother is absolute garbage. And even then most of the time the dad still sucks, but he's the lesser of the two evils.
User avatar #33 to #7 - meganinja
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I apologize for you getting thumbed to hell. I did not intend for it to happen.
User avatar #91 to #33 - toosexyforyou
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don't apologize, dude's a dumbass spreading **** he doesn't understand
User avatar #45 to #33 - flnonymousseven
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eh it's okay. I knew what I was getting into.
#34 to #33 - anon id: 2151077e
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It's less than thirty red thumbs, calm your nips.

Also, in case you didn't know, people would have thumbed down idiocy regardless of whether or not you replied.

Plus that guy is a cunt. A dad spends a a lot of money and puts a lot of effort into getting nice presents for his son? "WELL if he REALLY cared about him-" No, that's a cuntish thing to say.
User avatar #36 to #34 - meganinja
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I thought the point he made was good, albeit wrong. If the dad did have the option to, he should have spent time with the son instead of time buying games for the son, as sweet as buying games for him may have been.
User avatar #199 to #34 - flnonymousseven
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love is not about buying nice things for your kids you ******* ignorant cunt. and if your really believe that, then I pity you. you're what's wrong with this country.
#115 to #7 - bann
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It comes down to what you're willing to agree on and what the judge decides is fair enough.
#28 - Iven
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#141 to #28 - hybridxproject
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User avatar #50 to #28 - gigamuffin
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Someone shop that so "South" is "West".
User avatar #93 to #50 - gigamuffin
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And put will smith's face somewhere.
#119 to #93 - sparkylizard
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I tried.
#111 to #93 - ugoboom
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Related
User avatar #112 to #111 - gigamuffin
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you are the best.
#27 - superfungi
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I almost legitimately cried.
#55 to #27 - shitfacesteven
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I'm tearing up right now
#172 to #27 - snaresinger
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***** i don't know what kind of stone ass heart you have but the first time i read this i ******* bawled, ****
***** i don't know what kind of stone ass heart you have but the first time i read this i ******* bawled, ****
#3 - deezknuts
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#18 to #17 - trandhal
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Jesus Christ man.
Good for you that you ended up living with your mom
but your dad sounds like the worst kind of **** head the world ever seen. Did he face some kind of justice after you went to child services?
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#21 to #20 - badasszilla
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I guess that's one of the reasons you post cp now, eh? Though I don't have a problem with it; I love cheese pizza.
User avatar #22 to #21 - ipostcp
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User avatar #23 to #22 - ipostcp
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Ironic name is ironic.
#24 to #23 - badasszilla
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Viewing is disabled. I shall never understand.
User avatar #25 to #24 - ipostcp
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It's an ironic name. What's not to understand?
#26 to #25 - badasszilla
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What's not to not understand?
#203 to #17 - revengeforfreeze
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This ain't worse than my life, *****, stop lying. You only knew about half of what I did and I've still not attempted suicide. I can say now while sane that I could never murder them and that it was irrational of me to post those things, but really? This is not worse than what I've suffered, so don't say that please. Made me feel, but only a little bit.
This ain't worse than my life, *****, stop lying. You only knew about half of what I did and I've still not attempted suicide. I can say now while sane that I could never murder them and that it was irrational of me to post those things, but really? This is not worse than what I've suffered, so don't say that please. Made me feel, but only a little bit.
#205 to #203 - ipostcp
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Is somebody so butt mad that they are going through my comments? Cry some more.
User avatar #206 to #205 - revengeforfreeze
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Nice non-answer
What should I expect, anyway
#207 to #206 - ipostcp
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User avatar #208 to #207 - revengeforfreeze
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I'm not really mad and I never was mad at you. I just clicked back like , to page 15 or something and calmly made this comment. Believe whatever you like, though, not like I can do anything. Just don't have a superiority complex because you have had a few painful moments
User avatar #204 to #203 - revengeforfreeze
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Also, why don't cut the people making you feel that way or retaliate against your dad with some kind of weapon? I don't see how you could love anyone like that.
User avatar #190 to #17 - bombastictwo
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Youre kids and parents is somthing that always stays with you.
#154 to #17 - nigeltheoutlaw
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****, I already knew a decent amount of that, but it doesn't make it less sad to read it again.
User avatar #109 to #17 - thebluspyeatspie
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Ive seen this before. Isnt this a copy pasta?
User avatar #114 to #109 - ipostcp
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Apparently my life is a copy pasta now.
User avatar #116 to #114 - thebluspyeatspie
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Not trying to offend you but Ive seen this a year ago on the brony board being spammed by a ******* of users.
User avatar #117 to #116 - ipostcp
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I've posted it before. It isn't anything new.
User avatar #118 to #117 - thebluspyeatspie
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So Im not wrong in a weird sense?
User avatar #82 to #17 - enteroreninenine
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okay
because sexual abuse
i just gotta ask
boy or gril?
#83 to #82 - ipostcp
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I'm a boy.
#176 to #83 - anon id: 4dcfc4c2
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**anonymous rolls 3,037**

I don't have anything to give you but this roll, but I hope you recover well.
#96 to #83 - anon id: 1ce4e6f1
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Thumb because Madoka. (Yes I'm a tool)
User avatar #77 to #17 - chimpaflimp
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Howcome all of the people with absolutely twatted family lives always seem to congregate on this site? The community here isn't exactly well known for its ability to boost morale.
User avatar #196 to #77 - EdwardNigma
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I've said it before, Funnyjunk is a safe haven for outcasts and ****, because, despite being assholes 95% of the time, we still like each other, usually.
User avatar #78 to #77 - ipostcp
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Because people can relate.
#80 to #78 - chimpaflimp
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True, but there seems to be an absurd amount on this site in particular, as opposed to places like Tumblr or Reddit. Maybe it's because there're fewer people here and they stick out more because of it. At any rate, I hope things turn up for you. Here, have a GIF of Dodger from the YouTubes sexy dancing.
True, but there seems to be an absurd amount on this site in particular, as opposed to places like Tumblr or Reddit. Maybe it's because there're fewer people here and they stick out more because of it. At any rate, I hope things turn up for you. Here, have a GIF of Dodger from the YouTubes sexy dancing.
User avatar #86 to #80 - markipliergame
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I think it's because the people with family problems share their stories on posts like these making it seem like everyone does.
User avatar #76 to #17 - rokkarokkaali
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when are we playing minecraft again
User avatar #98 to #76 - ipostcp
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My friend invited me on another server and he basically killed it for me.
#54 to #17 - xtwinblade
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Man that is tough divorce **** right there.
i hope you're okay buddy.


my parents divorced when i was 6 and i went through some bad things, but just the usual; Abusive and bad new step-father, the lonely drunk-dad times, the step-mom i really liked that my dad got divorced with.
#56 to #54 - ipostcp
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I don't really think about it to be honest. I mean, a lot of people say it's ****** and stuff, but like it's not like I've known anything better. It's sorta hard to feel how bad the situation was since I don't have anything to compare it to.

I don't worry about it, neither should anyone else since it is over.
#61 to #16 - anon id: f5657de9
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So the divorce happened when you were 14?
And 5 years later you're 17 almost 18. How the **** do you age.
User avatar #62 to #61 - ipostcp
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Divorce happened when I was 1.
#156 to #62 - anon id: c2e223ee
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But you said at 14 you moved with your dad, then before your 18 birthday you got put into child services then said you called your mom after not speaking for 5 years wouldn't you be turning 19 not 18?
User avatar #158 to #156 - ipostcp
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Obviously I don't math.
#73 to #16 - anon id: dc02a892
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wtf is a suicide attempt? you either kill yourself or you dont, what are, bruce banner?
#74 to #73 - anon id: dc02a892
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you*
#66 - DrPeppir
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Those feels that are so deep, that you don't shed a tear, but you feel it in your chest.
Those feels that are so deep, that you don't shed a tear, but you feel it in your chest.
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