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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#21 - ottoboys
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#25 to #21 - skittlesinexcess
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******* can't have blond hair.
#28 to #25 - nass
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They actually can, at least the ones from Melanesia
#29 to #28 - skittlesinexcess
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User avatar #77 to #21 - alphagex
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That is racist if black people could read
User avatar #44 to #21 - saltyfries
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for some reason, this feels better and more appropriate...

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO ME FJ!?
#46 to #21 - hillbillypowpow
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He looks kinda like pear from steven universe now. I ******* love that show
#94 to #21 - blesstheinternet
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#24 to #21 - hurzg
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Haha because black people and stuff. The joke that unoriginal faggots remind us each day.
#1 - lonized
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#40 - sealofapproval
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plot twist
his friends turned into girls
User avatar #67 to #40 - goodshinyhunter
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Isn't the one in the back already a girl...?
User avatar #86 to #67 - commontroll
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Chicks don't wait in line to go into clubs bro. Higher woman:men ratio means more dudes buying more drinks.
User avatar #74 to #67 - alexthesiro
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if you're blind, sure
#99 to #40 - toensix
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#100 to #40 - holmesc
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User avatar #49 to #40 - keltainenlumi
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Hot
#51 to #40 - grandmasterjax
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#64 to #40 - commontroll
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Are you saying you haven't turned into a woman to help cheer up your buddies when they're down and take it up the ass?

God dammit they told me that's what friends are for.
User avatar #2 - iexcitenerds
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xD
User avatar #43 to #2 - lunarmage
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Never got what's so bad about the xD emoticon
User avatar #47 to #43 - victorybell
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I think it's because it literally wasn't interesting or exciting. Like an image or gif.
#11 to #2 - bakinboy
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#9 to #2 - orrihaa
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#3 to #2 - guu
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User avatar #4 to #3 - vigdos
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Why is it that when people post **** like "XD" we thumb them down but the instant they throw a reaction pic and change to "hah" or "I lol'd" they get hundreds of green thumbs?
#52 to #4 - lionti
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First rule about FunnyJunk is don't try to understand FunnyJunk just smile, wave and go with the flow
#10 to #4 - atomschlumpf
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kek
#18 - oaaaaa
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**oaaaaa rolls 75**
#68 to #18 - captainsheperd
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**captainsheperd rolls 30** ILL SAVE YOU!!!!!
#69 to #68 - captainsheperd
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User avatar #80 to #18 - checkedem
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i did and this didnt pleased me
#71 to #18 - plumpcorn
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**plumpcorn rolls 66**
#72 to #71 - plumpcorn
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Now that's just ******* fantastic
#81 to #71 - checkedem
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**checkedem rolled image**i did and they pleased me
#19 to #18 - oaaaaa
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#58 to #19 - buddhadom
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I think this would be a better option...
#61 - benderisgreat
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#66 - ihawk
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#73 to #66 - garyhasmorebadges
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Ash can barely catch six.
#41 - ubercookieboy
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"Why do I live this lie?"
#30 - swaggermouse
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My dad left when I was 2 years old and I haven't seen him since. He's had 2 children and has a new wife while living in Shanghai (I'm from UK btw). He e-mailed me once on my 16th birthday asking about me and I didn't even want to respond, I don't understand why people would be so desperate to find their fathers? Why would you want a relationship with someone who's had near enough no influence on your life and hasn't made an effort throughout your entire childhood?
User avatar #35 to #30 - sabcy
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My dad had my sister and I, while he did nothing about my mother's Meth addiction, left us with a newborn, then did a similar thing to another women and then disappear for 7 years.
User avatar #92 to #35 - swaggermouse
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That's **** to hear man, she okay now?
User avatar #108 to #92 - sabcy
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who?
User avatar #109 to #108 - swaggermouse
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your mother?
User avatar #110 to #109 - sabcy
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It's iffy at best. She had memory loss recently and so she forgot about all that.
#42 to #30 - dissectedtesticle
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i feel ya. never knew my father. he doesn't know i exist. i'm alright with this.
i feel ya. never knew my father. he doesn't know i exist. i'm alright with this.
User avatar #75 to #30 - assdoreponyfucker
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half of you came from his balls that's why
User avatar #89 to #75 - swaggermouse
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So...?
User avatar #79 to #30 - dillistone
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Shiieeeeeeeet son

I'm an expat living in Shanghai, want me to exact your revenge?
User avatar #88 to #79 - swaggermouse
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Haha how much will it cost me?
User avatar #32 to #30 - leal
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you came from his balls
User avatar #62 to #30 - kombee
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My mom has been through the very same you've been through. She's from Tunisia and her dad (my granddad) lived in France with a new Family. He did contact them once to ask about them, but my mom didn't want to meet him since she's lived her Whole life without him (although she did have many somewhat painful memories of wanting a father as a child). She never got to meet him before he died, but althoug she's regretted it a bit since she feels fine now since her mother really felt like her only parent. She got to talk to him over the phone though, and was otherwise a bit proud of his achievements (Work and social related). I'm sorry if this doesn't interest you but I just wanted to share a story that seemed close to yours. It might be a good idea to contact to your father if you're interested in knowing why he left and who he is. But don't feel pressured to do it, your life will move on without him as much as it has before already.
#91 to #62 - swaggermouse
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Of course it interests me! Have you ever asked why she regretted it? I'm always told I will regret it if I don't try to be in contact with him but I don't see why I would regret it?
#96 to #91 - kombee
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She only initally really regretted it when he died, otherwise she hasn't felt bad about it since. She told me now that she was actually ready to meet him, although she was very hesitant because of his negativity towards her mother (my grandmother) among the fact that he wasn't there for her, but it wasn't really financially possible (we also had school and other stuff to attend to). Otherwise she still feel like she knows him and "what he's about", why he left etc. She has got answers to questions asked by her younger self. And yeah, she didn't feel too warmly about him and even had a fight with him over the phone, leaving him to cry to and trying to convince my grandmom to make my mom speak to him again. But she's glad she got to "meet" him anyway, because it brought closure to that aspect of her former life. His death was just a bit of a bitter pill to swallow at first. Lol, I'd say her impression of him was bitter-sweet in general.   
   
This is the advice she's giving me to you: It's a good idea to contact your dad, because you might get answers to questions you've had before and move on. He might surely have had a bad reason to leave, maybe a good one, maybe you'll like him or hate him. But until you've contacted him and known who he is (even if he might be the biggest dissapointment in the world) you won't know who he is or why he left, what he's about so to speak.    
   
It's all up to you though. You might've already moved on but closure can be an important thing to strive for while you stil can, although it's hard and complicated sometimes. It'll always be a closed door until someone opens it. So if you find yourself staring at it from time to time, opening it to see what's on the other side might be a good thing to do.
She only initally really regretted it when he died, otherwise she hasn't felt bad about it since. She told me now that she was actually ready to meet him, although she was very hesitant because of his negativity towards her mother (my grandmother) among the fact that he wasn't there for her, but it wasn't really financially possible (we also had school and other stuff to attend to). Otherwise she still feel like she knows him and "what he's about", why he left etc. She has got answers to questions asked by her younger self. And yeah, she didn't feel too warmly about him and even had a fight with him over the phone, leaving him to cry to and trying to convince my grandmom to make my mom speak to him again. But she's glad she got to "meet" him anyway, because it brought closure to that aspect of her former life. His death was just a bit of a bitter pill to swallow at first. Lol, I'd say her impression of him was bitter-sweet in general.

This is the advice she's giving me to you: It's a good idea to contact your dad, because you might get answers to questions you've had before and move on. He might surely have had a bad reason to leave, maybe a good one, maybe you'll like him or hate him. But until you've contacted him and known who he is (even if he might be the biggest dissapointment in the world) you won't know who he is or why he left, what he's about so to speak.

It's all up to you though. You might've already moved on but closure can be an important thing to strive for while you stil can, although it's hard and complicated sometimes. It'll always be a closed door until someone opens it. So if you find yourself staring at it from time to time, opening it to see what's on the other side might be a good thing to do.
#107 to #96 - swaggermouse
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Appreciate the response man, means a lot. Perhaps I'll be more questionable to him as time goes on but I've just never had the motivation to want to know or speak to him. I admit I've thought about it from time to time, only recently because of all the father's day stuff.   
   
The reason I've been told he left was for his career, he left to continue engineering and while over there met someone new, left my mum and never came back. I doubt his new children even know of my existence.   
   
Loving the door comparison with the pokémon gifs, keep it up ;]
Appreciate the response man, means a lot. Perhaps I'll be more questionable to him as time goes on but I've just never had the motivation to want to know or speak to him. I admit I've thought about it from time to time, only recently because of all the father's day stuff.

The reason I've been told he left was for his career, he left to continue engineering and while over there met someone new, left my mum and never came back. I doubt his new children even know of my existence.

Loving the door comparison with the pokémon gifs, keep it up ;]
User avatar #63 to #30 - theonlybatman
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closure? I'd at least WANT to know who my father is if he had left me.
User avatar #90 to #63 - swaggermouse
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I guess that's understandable, but just find them so you can say 'oh so you're my dad, huh...'? Or what would you want to know for? (Genuine question btw)
User avatar #31 to #30 - ideletedmyotherone
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Probably so they can punch them in the dick.
#93 to #31 - swaggermouse
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I never thought of it that way
#39 - pewdiepieisbestpie
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#45 to #39 - anon id: 39b71113
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Won't*