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My friend's dad is hillarious. So, my friend's dad just won the "best quote of the day" award.. The father of my gay friend is engaged to one of our f

So, my friend's dad just won the "best quote of the day" award.

The father of my gay friend is engaged to one of our
former professors.
Recently they postponed their wedding and the
rumor was it was because my friend wasn' t
comfortable with their relationship, and thought it
was weird.
I was visiting my friend and he and his dad started
arguing in the other room. I couldn' t hear what they
were saying but the argument was getting more
and more heated.
Then I heard my friend' s dad yell, "Well isn' t it ironic
that all of a sudden YOU' RE the one concerned with
who other people are sleeping with!?!?"
I don' t know if they could hear me laughing from the
other room, but I certainly hope not.
I SEE WHAT
HE DID THERE. -
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#2 - haqq
Reply +22 123456789123345869
(09/28/2013) [-]
well he sounds like an asshole. his dad shouldn't get marries because he feels uncomfortable? how the **** do you take dicks up the ass and get uncomfortable over this?
well he sounds like an asshole. his dad shouldn't get marries because he feels uncomfortable? how the **** do you take dicks up the ass and get uncomfortable over this?
User avatar #4 to #2 - bladeguy
Reply -2 123456789123345869
(09/28/2013) [-]
dicks are great, dont you dare judge me.
User avatar #19 to #4 - bladeguy
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(11/02/2013) [-]
ya judged me.
#8 to #2 - asimplepotato
Reply -2 123456789123345869
(09/29/2013) [-]
The way the dad, and you, say it, makes it seem like "I was ok with you beeing gay, but not any more" as you use, him beeing gay, as a insult, so because he is gay he is not "allowed" to become uncomfortable against it.
Ofc children can be uncomfortable with who their new mother will be, and more if it's a former professor, no need to become racist because of it.
User avatar #9 to #8 - haqq
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(09/29/2013) [-]
i have nothing against gay people. i just assume something in your asshole feels rather uncomfortable. though i guess you get used to it
User avatar #10 to #9 - asimplepotato
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(09/29/2013) [-]
It's just "how the **** do you take dicks up the ass and get uncomfortable over this?" = You take dicks up your ass so no matter what happends, you can never be uncomfortable towards anything ever.
#6 to #2 - anon id: 90d52261
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(09/28/2013) [-]
You know nothing about the woman his father wanted to marry.
There are so many reasons that the son could have not liked the lady.
How can you judge the validity of both a father-son and a husband-wife relationship based off of the single fact that there is one gay person involved?
User avatar #7 to #2 - dvdfaust
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(09/28/2013) [-]
"Oh no, I've got an opinion and my father's considering it because it's a woman he'll call 'mom' the rest of his life"

That being said, I don't really agree with it. Just playin' Devil's Advocate to the dad.
User avatar #14 to #2 - Crusader
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(09/29/2013) [-]
Well no, the dad accepts his son is gay, it doesn't mean his dad is accepting of the people who his son brings home, the same way in reverse, the son can accept that his father is looking for a girlfriend, but he can still say he doesn't like specific candidates.
User avatar #5 to #2 - tisjunkisdamnfunny
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(09/28/2013) [-]
this was the most relevant thing ive read today
User avatar #3 - ariplayer
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(09/28/2013) [-]
In this time, in this age, it takes a whole lot of understanding to accept to have a gay child, especially with the pressure from other people.

the fact that the gay fellow turns on his dad and shows such unacceptance of a relationship (based on nothing else but "feelings") like this is blood-boiling
User avatar #11 to #3 - Crusader
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(09/29/2013) [-]
No, the fact that he is gay should not have anything to do with it.

A parent getting married who has a child must take into consideration the child's feelings, because you don't marry just your spouse, you marry their family, their parents, their siblings, their children.
User avatar #12 to #11 - ariplayer
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(09/29/2013) [-]
the fact that the son is gay has a lot to do with it, because his dad, even though i'm sure he probably didn't feel too good about it when the son first said it to him still accepted him and still accepted the fact that his son will be seeing who his son wants.

now the son in this case shows exactly the opposite to his dad, who is understanding enough to accept a gay son so openly. i would expect the son to AT LEAST accept his fathers decisions in looking for a spouse, since the son gets the same treatment
User avatar #13 to #12 - Crusader
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(09/29/2013) [-]
But it's not the same treatment, the father can be supportive and accepting of his son being gay, but he can still disapprove of the guy's his son wants to date and bring home.

The son can disapprove of his step-mother in the same way, he can't hate his father for being straight, but he should be allowed the ability to disapprove of specific candidates.
User avatar #16 to #13 - ariplayer
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(09/29/2013) [-]
" of course if the person disapproving something is of a much higher "authority"."

please replace "of course" with unless, thank you very much
User avatar #15 to #13 - ariplayer
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(09/29/2013) [-]
The son has the right to disapprove of something, sure, but to understand what i really meant we have to look at the meaning of the word disapproval itself:

an individual can disapprove of nearly anything, right? now here comes the tricky part; disapproval does not necessarily mean inhibition, so the person disapproving something has no real "power" and should NOT be able to bring about a major change, par example, postponing a wedding. of course if the person disapproving something is of a much higher "authority". As we see, disapproval of a certain phenomenon is an OPINION

for instance, whether you disapprove or approve of the fact that The United states of America has a black president is your own OPINION. Can you INHIBIT Barack Obama from being a president? Yes of course you can, given the majority of the people in the U.S.A think likewise. but can you, as a lone individual, do something about it? no, because you miss the AUTHORITY.

Same with the father, he can disapprove of the guys his son is going to date, but who says that a mere disapproval will inhibit the son from doing so anyways?

Yes, the son has the undeniable right to disapprove a spouse, and yes i assume the son at least has some authority to intervene, but like i said its ******* blood boiling to see the son postpone a wedding; like seriously couldn't you be a little bit earlier with this whole disapproval of a relationship?

it's like letting a marathon runner run the marathon and stop him like 100 meters before the finish and tell him that he shouldn't be running the race in the first place. why let him participate and let him get so far?

if you have enough authority to postpone a wedding i'm sure that the son could have prevented this whole situation when his father was only dating the woman.

The magnitude of accepting a gay son is much bigger than accepting your son's spouse, within boundaries of course. so indirectly its the same treatment
User avatar #17 to #15 - Crusader
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(09/30/2013) [-]
But the son didn't postpone the wedding, they postponed the wedding because of the son felt.

It's like if I went to an amusement park with my friends and I said "I don't like rollercoasters" so they postponed the rollercoasters to closer to the end of the day.

Not to mention we don't know the circumstances, maybe the son just learned something about the woman that made him voice this concern, maybe he just met her, maybe the relationship was quick, maybe he thought that his father and the lady would break up and only voiced his concern when they announced the wedding.
#18 to #17 - ariplayer
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(09/30/2013) [-]
"Not to mention we don't know the circumstances, maybe the son just learned something about the woman that made him voice this concern, maybe he just met her, maybe the relationship was quick, maybe he thought that his father and the lady would break up and only voiced his concern when they announced the wedding."

easy now, you cut a lot deeper than i intended to discuss, but i can't deny your way of thinking in this case: yes it might have been perfectly possible that the son found out something ridiculous. But as in physics, if something (for example a force) is NOT given, you always pretend that that "something" is either 0 or that it doesn't exist.

like in physics if i ask you what the kinetic force of a cannonball (1 kg) is once it makes contact with the floor (distance between cannon and floor ~ 60 m) and that it accelerates with 5 m/s you will have to do the following:

Ekin = Eheight (on 0 ("height" of the floor))
of course this is stupid because there is no air friction, and without air friction the cannon has nothing else to worry about except the gravitation speed of earth which pulls it down. or else it would simply be this:

Ekin + Efriction = Eheight

what am i trying to prove with this? given the circumstances are simply "neutral" and given the fact that no additional information has been given, we have to neglect any other friction that COULD (again, the possibility that everything is fine in the first place is also present) have been there.

so for all i know the son postponed the wedding because he didn't feel good about the relationship, based on nothing BUT feelings in the first place.

and whether or not the son himself or the couple decided to postpone the wedding, without the initial trigger of the son, postponing the wedding was not an option. so in this case the son made postponing of the wedding an option that was viable, therefor the son, in my very honest opinion (MFW anyone on FJ has an opinion) is a cunt.