We are Anonymous. If only his mother knew how bad she'd killed his vibe... I wonder what it's like to have parents who genuinely love you. anon lolz seriou
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - Muppetz
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I wonder what it's like to have parents who genuinely love you.
User avatar #26 to #4 - joaomartins
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It's good.
User avatar #34 to #4 - rollmeanddie
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Come on over, kiddo, I'll whip up some kielbasa and we'll play Splinter Cell on co op.
#39 to #4 - nickotak
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Whoa t-t-that actually gave me a feel. Have a thumb and a fav man...
Whoa t-t-that actually gave me a feel. Have a thumb and a fav man...
#32 to #4 - rambomanthree
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I know the feeling..
I live with my single authorative mother
Most mom's be like "hey could you please pick up that empty cup on the counter"

my mom"ANON YOU PIECE OF **** SLOB, YOU ARE NOTHING BUT A WORHTLESS DEADBEAT FINCANCIAL BURDEN WHO, MESSES THE WHOLE HOUSE PICK THIS UP RIGHT NOOWWW!!!! YOU'RE GOING TO DO NOTHING BUT LEACH FROM ME... YOU'RE 18 YEARS OLD GET THE **** OUT OF MY HOUSE YOU PIECE OF ****"
User avatar #35 to #32 - rollmeanddie
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My mother defended the man who shot me in court.
User avatar #41 to #35 - rambomanthree
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I somewhat know that feeling
My mom found this nice guy recently and she dumped his ass...
o what is my mom doing? going back to her ex who used to to beat her and i senseless and drink. she is cutting of ties to the family and going out of state with him.. leaving me behind.
She's like "you have one month to become financially stable or you're ****** dude"
im only 18... what ******* fast food place is going to pay me enough to live on my own?
she is like the financial version of the parent who throws their 2 year old in water over their head to teach them to swim.

and it's the dead of ******* winter
User avatar #54 to #41 - rollmeanddie
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****, son, I've had a job since I was twelve but I get his hard it is.
User avatar #55 to #54 - rambomanthree
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I had a job up until a month ago. It payed me enough to buy my own **** like, food, razors, soap.. etc. so at least i wasn't dead weight..

Just now it sucks ass because i can't afford to buy myself razors so im gonna start looking like a hobo soon. and i just forage through what my mom doesn't eat for my food.
User avatar #58 to #55 - rollmeanddie
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Dude, there's more options. If you need to, do what I did and live innawooda for a while. Couch surf, attend a party every night and live off snacks and drunk bitches.

Or, if your in the continental US, Alaska, or anywhere near the Thames river, I might be able to direct you to some help...
User avatar #59 to #58 - rambomanthree
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Continetnal US.. michigan here..

And im kind of a loser so i don't get invited to parties or know where any parties are
User avatar #60 to #59 - rollmeanddie
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Michigan? Lemme see what I can do.

Any particular skills or job experience you've got?
User avatar #61 to #60 - rambomanthree
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I worked at a mobile home park as an assistant manager and mantenance guy

I also worked at Meijer as a grocery stock worker and recieving.

I've turned in 15+ job aps in the past week and ive heard nothing back

thanks man!!
User avatar #62 to #61 - rollmeanddie
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Would you be okay with working with disabled adults or for a mobile phone networking company? And can you drive and do you own your own vehicle?
User avatar #63 to #62 - rambomanthree
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I can drive yes..
But i don't own my own car. im sure if i had a job i could use the family car if i kept gas in it.

I'm fine with either, im good with kids/elderly people. I take care of my grandma a lot. and im pretty tech savvy
User avatar #64 to #63 - rollmeanddie
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Alright.

I've got some friends in care services near there I'll try to hit up. In the meantime, until I can get ahold of them or Nextel/arcomm, head to a sprint store and see if the manager can get you a local/regional supervisor and see if they need a drive/signal tester or have jobs available at any of the retailers or offices in the area. If they ask who sent you, tell them you're recommended by the son of the midwest-southeast networking team manager on one of their intrasourced teams they've been rolling around with nextel, arcomm, aicom, and that Japanese company for the last few years.
User avatar #66 to #64 - rambomanthree
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Will do, keep me posted
User avatar #70 to #66 - rollmeanddie
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Yo, got ahold of a gal at a Christian Care service. It's a nonprofit church based service so the pay sucks, but it might work. I'm still looking for something better.
User avatar #40 to #35 - nickotak
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Sorry this is probably a really emotional story for you, but would you mind sharing? Suddenly got curious...
User avatar #56 to #40 - rollmeanddie
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Emotional? Nah, I tell it at parties. It's usually good for a free beer.

My mom is dating yet another dumb **** drug addict asshole, and we live in the middle bum **** nowhere, right? Well we come home to find the place trashed and so mom goes in and we hear yelling and gunshots. I send my sister to the neighbor's with the baby to call the cops, and my brother and I, thinking we're little billy badasses, sneak around back with our new pocket knives. We see our stepfather pointing a gun at our mom and bum rush him. Him being three times our site and tripping balls on five different drugs, it doesn't work. So we run.
On the way out I catch a .30 round in the forehead, luckily it just skips off and just shatters the bone. I run the rest of the way to the neighbor's (two goddamned miles) and according to my brother, laughed for a good five minutes and passed out from a concussion. Cops show up and the stepdouche is passed out drooling more than a fat art teacher at a chocolate statue museum. Few weeks later mom defends him in court, and redneck justice being what it is (nonexistent), he gets off with just a few weeks in jail for possession.
User avatar #65 to #56 - nickotak
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Holy ****. You took a bullet to the head and laughed for 5 minutes untill passing out.

Dude you are like the most metal ****** i have ever heard of.
User avatar #67 to #65 - rollmeanddie
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What's funny is that I got shot at/attacked less on deployment after I enlisted than I did in day to day life when I was with my mother.

When I was living with my dad is a different story. He's a chill ************, not even my real dad, just some dude who said he'd take care of me when he found out I was gonna be born and my mom wouldn't be able to take care of me. I once saw him charge out of his room in his bathrobe with a lord of the rings replica sword to chase off a burglar that broken in through my window.

Hmm...maybe I should do some green text style stories. My life has been pretty energetic.
User avatar #68 to #67 - nickotak
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Do it, GOD DO IT PLEASE!
User avatar #69 to #68 - rollmeanddie
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here's the first. I'll make more tomorrow.
www.funnyjunk.com/Autistic+Dinosaur/funny-pictures/4995294
User avatar #52 to #32 - hoponthefeelstrain
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My mom is the same, she complains when I get home from work because the house wasn't clean, I went to school and went to work right after, you've been home for 3 hours and instead of cleaning she'll sit there and blame me for the mess. And when I point out that I was at work "it's no excuse not to do your chores".
#46 to #4 - blitzblitz
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wow arent you just the rain on a parade
User avatar #8 to #4 - angelicdemon
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I don't know either, when I was young we'd talk for like six minutes a day and then it was radio silence.
User avatar #16 to #4 - cacachaud
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i can be your sugar daddy
#50 to #4 - hyruleforever
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Aww, someone needs a hug
Aww, someone needs a hug
#6 to #4 - infinitereaper
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#15 to #4 - meatygoodness
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#18 to #4 - iom
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yea i know what you mean
User avatar #25 to #4 - mrfumbles
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hey man, just know that i love you.
User avatar #5 to #4 - whycanticaps
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Well I can tell you it's not like having parent's who genuinely don't love you
#24 to #4 - thatonewhiteboy
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do you...do you need a hug?
do you...do you need a hug?
#23 to #4 - sirbrentcoe
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good question.
good question.
User avatar #42 to #4 - studbeefpile
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Don't wish for an easy life, wish for the strength to endure a difficult one.

Embrace your suffering, embrace your challenges, embrace pain. It separates you from those who will crumble under adversity because they never faced it. It makes you stronger.
#13 to #4 - vomitjar
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gives you a safe feeling. I mean, when you go home, they molest you untill you don't share your problems(or lie about them). I don't know, it feels natural after years, but if I haven't had it, it would suck.
User avatar #9 to #4 - lordgeneral
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I don't know either... I've gone through a lot of ****. Years of judgement, and always demanding of success. even when I got the highest marks it wasn't good enough. it wasn't consistent. even now, I feel their loath and hatred. I'm trying to find a job so I can move out, but where I live, you're better off finding a unicorn ********** a leprechaun.
User avatar #11 to #9 - LSkywalker
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...my dad would rather rule the universe than spend time with me
User avatar #12 to #9 - mephiblis
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Are you me?
#7 to #4 - anon id: 2ca224c4
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Well you may never know that feel but vice versa you could discover what it's like to be a loving parent.
#30 to #7 - ompalomper
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you just made me feel all warm and fuzzy
you just made me feel all warm and fuzzy
#19 to #7 - SILENCEnight
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**SILENCEnight rolled a random image posted in comment #388139 at Friendly ** today anon was a pretty good guy
#29 to #19 - bjornkrage
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**bjornkrage rolled a random image posted in comment #7517481 at Safe For Work Random Board **
#53 to #7 - etwas
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Oh, man.
Kind of makes me want to cry.
User avatar #48 to #4 - pabloenis
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You basically not only dissapoint yourself but also your parents which is even more depressing.
User avatar #14 to #4 - oaaaa
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annoying
#44 to #4 - anon id: 782028af
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I wonder what it's like to have parents ;_;
#21 to #4 - worldinthebest
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It's pretty awesome. Hugs and what not. Always being able to call them when you need them. I for one am a fan.
It's pretty awesome. Hugs and what not. Always being able to call them when you need them. I for one am a fan.
#1 - zhater
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User avatar #10 to #1 - kolya
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there should be a flyer explaining anime to parents or close relatives...i mean it
#20 to #1 - carlsagouin
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This comic never gets old
User avatar #17 to #1 - axeul
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I feel bad for parents with kids like this. I'm not talking about having a kid who watches anime, i do too, but a kid who is a full blown neckbeard fedora speaks in broken japanese weaboo.
#28 - wumbido
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we are olive
forget and protect
inspect us
User avatar #43 to #28 - huehuehuepster
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this stays golden
#2 - thelizardlord
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#27 to #2 - wumbido
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#33 - muppburg
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#57 to #33 - anon id: b51b9c6f
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The hand was fat
#22 - mattdoggy
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#36 - crazyeyedbioll
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down with the government
down with the government
#3 - spacereptar
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I can almost smell him through my screen
#31 - goldenslumbers
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obligatory.
#38 - anoyingmos
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le anonymous
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