Just remember and be grateful guys.. Just a photo I saw that had a powerful message to me.. Never complain about the things your parents could not give you... B feels Mom dad all they had
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Just remember and be grateful guys.

Just remember and be grateful guys.. Just a photo I saw that had a powerful message to me.. Never complain about the things your parents could not give you... B

Just a photo I saw that had a powerful message to me.

Never complain about the things
your parents could not give you...
it was probably all they had.
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User avatar #4 - thebossome (09/26/2013) [-]
His shoes are on the wrong feet...
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User avatar #30 - kiaserzerg (09/27/2013) [-]
my parents stole 20k from me when i was 17, destroying a business i built when i was 13, then my mom kicked me out because i look like my dad. yea, they can go **** themselves right in the ass.
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User avatar #84 to #53 - kiaserzerg (09/27/2013) [-]
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#58 to #30 - anon (09/27/2013) [-]
What kind of business gives you that much money?!
#61 to #58 - notafunnyguy (09/27/2013) [-]
a lot of them. as long as you dont plan on opening a resturaunt, or a photography/arts business, a lot of low risk high return fields have a good yield. investing in property, and then renting it out for instance has a high initial cost but profitable residiual (money earned gradually over time).

he might have started a lawn mowing business, and in turn hired some friends to mow lawns and built up a client base. he could easily save up 20k doing that for 4 years. idk, possibilities are endless.
User avatar #82 to #61 - kiaserzerg (09/27/2013) [-]
heh i did start with lawn mowing, but i moved into wholesale. above is the story.
#63 to #61 - shatt (09/27/2013) [-]
did you call the police?
User avatar #60 to #30 - thebeerdude ONLINE (09/27/2013) [-]
This seems interesting - proceed, please.
User avatar #81 to #60 - kiaserzerg (09/27/2013) [-]
#66 to #30 - zamka (09/27/2013) [-]
I want to hear about this...
User avatar #80 to #66 - kiaserzerg (09/27/2013) [-]
User avatar #69 to #30 - Closebehind (09/27/2013) [-]
we demand explanation.
User avatar #79 to #69 - kiaserzerg (09/27/2013) [-]
explanation above.
User avatar #39 to #30 - braveblue ONLINE (09/27/2013) [-]
What? What kind of business?
User avatar #46 to #39 - didactus (09/27/2013) [-]
Stay out of my territory.
User avatar #85 to #39 - kiaserzerg (09/27/2013) [-]
User avatar #83 to #55 - kiaserzerg (09/27/2013) [-]
User avatar #78 to #30 - kiaserzerg (09/27/2013) [-]
my father was an abusive piece of **** , killed himself when i was 8. when i was 13, i started mowing lawns whenever i could. the people who let me felt bad and normally gave me more then my minimum charge of 15, sometimes 30 sometimes 50, i didnt have a lot of stuff to spend on, so when i was 15 i had about 3 grand saved up, which i invested in a few places that were set to mature after about a year. after the returns came back i was at about 13 thousand. so i spent 2 thousand on surplus wholesale, resold it at 3 times the original price. i bought mp3 players, pocket knives, **** like that. after a while, i had about 3 thousand dollars in merchandise sitting in a shed, turning a profit of roughly 5 grand. At 17, my bank told me my account was shut out, i asked them why, turns out my family took the 20k i had pulled together, saying it belonged to them for taking care of me for 17 years. i took them to court, and they said it was a family business, i pulled out my account info and everything, but the courts ruled in their favor. less then 2 months later my mom looked at me, said "you look just like your dad, get the **** out" so i left, started hitch hiking, gave up on pretty much any personal aspirations and im just starting to try to pull **** together.
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User avatar #96 to #78 - theincrediblemrk (09/30/2013) [-]
I hope you get your life together, and I hope you do it soon.
#95 to #78 - thebeerdude ONLINE (09/29/2013) [-]
My eye began twitching when reading that. 			****		 your family in every way possible, man.
My eye began twitching when reading that. **** your family in every way possible, man.
#93 to #78 - zamka (09/28/2013) [-]
Oh god, this is so upsetting even I am angry right now
#92 to #78 - cjasper (09/28/2013) [-]
If this is true you have my condolences
#1 - Milos (09/26/2013) [-]
#3 - fizzor (09/26/2013) [-]
And then there's the ******* annoying little ***** who rage so ******* hard and complain all the time when their parents didn't buy them GTA V/latest iPhone/Clothes that are in/etc.
#62 to #3 - ifsaz **User deleted account** (09/27/2013) [-]
I was a real **** like that but when I grow up I understand all the discipline I got and why I needed it. Now I'm a good son. I don't understand why you want kids to be like grown-ups.
User avatar #64 to #62 - fizzor (09/27/2013) [-]
Like I said in my comment to blanketandpillow, I'm not talking about some kids that are like 4 years old or something like that. I'm talking about kids in their early teens, like 11-14 years old. Being disappointed for not getting something is not wrong, and there's nothing bad about it. But throwing an unnecessary and stupid **** fit because you didn't get the latest iPhone like all your friends did and resenting your parents for that is ******* retarded.
#65 to #64 - ifsaz **User deleted account** (09/27/2013) [-]
11-14 Years olds are still kids imo. I was 15 when I entered puberty. And for one year I walked around like a sex offender.
User avatar #70 to #65 - admiralen ONLINE (09/27/2013) [-]
you wot mate?
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User avatar #89 to #88 - admiralen ONLINE (09/27/2013) [-]
"and for one year i walked around like a sex offender"
#90 to #89 - ifsaz **User deleted account** (09/27/2013) [-]
User avatar #91 to #90 - admiralen ONLINE (09/27/2013) [-]
explain man, explain
#21 to #3 - blanketandpillow (09/27/2013) [-]
So? When compared to anyone worse off than you, than you have no right to complain. We don't compare homeless people to kids in Africa to scold the homeless if they complain about their lack of food/money/housing, because compared to some places in Africa they're living like kings.
#22 to #21 - noschool (09/27/2013) [-]
i see where you coming from but to me there is a difference between someone being depressed about their situation even if it's just over their parent's not getting them a game, because It's unnatural to never be sad, and someone being an asshole and acting like the world revolves around them and that it's their right to own the game.
#24 to #22 - blanketandpillow (09/27/2013) [-]
Oh I agree that those guys are annoying when they act like that, but I admittedly acted a bit like that when I faced my first real disappointment, even though it was a bit silly (I think it had something to do with my 19 year old cousin getting more ice cream than me when I was 4) I've grown out of it since then, so I like to give those kids the benefit of the doubt and think they'll get better.
User avatar #51 to #24 - fizzor (09/27/2013) [-]
There's a clear difference between being disappointed and throwing a stupid **** fit when you didn't get the latest "cool **** that your friends have as well". And I'm not talking about some 4-years-old kid, raging at that age about such petty things like in your case is understandable, no, I'm talking about those little cunts who are in their early teens. I was taught from a very early age that you can't always get what you want no matter how badly you want it, and I just need to learn to accept it. I remember countless times when I couldn't get , for example, a cool new Bionicle toy or some new computer game because my mother couldn't afford it. Yeah, of course I was disappointed. But did I rage and whine about it? Nope. I swallowed the disappointment, and just get over it. I knew I could get that new toy or computer game eventually myself if I kept saving my pocket money, it would just take a bit longer.
User avatar #29 to #3 - lonelybaloney (09/27/2013) [-]
Maybe it's because the parents made that kid used to that kind of treatment.
#2 - schnickelfritz (09/26/2013) [-]
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#52 - mrswagly ONLINE (09/27/2013) [-]
Last time this was posted I pointed out that the kid looked pretty young and that the parents shouldn't have had a kid if they couldn't afford them a good life. Keep your pecker wrapped.
#54 to #52 - thegreenbutton (09/27/2013) [-]
They could of lost their jobs and house recently. It can happen.
User avatar #15 - demonatatoo (09/27/2013) [-]
My dad gave me his death, my birth, and that's about it. Whoopie!
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#18 to #15 - anon (09/27/2013) [-]
More than my dad gave me. Still waiting for him to die.
(He's a cheating dick)
User avatar #36 to #15 - trollzoll (09/27/2013) [-]
In that order?
User avatar #67 - thatspearheadguy (09/27/2013) [-]
#48 - karidagur ONLINE (09/27/2013) [-]
I feel nothing from this. Now he has uneven shoes and thats much worse then having no shoes and they are on his wrong feet.
User avatar #59 - enemyoftrn (09/27/2013) [-]
One more thing to consider by the post picture; If you are that poor that you can't even give your child a proper shoe, you shouldn't have a child in the first place.
Family planning. Think ahead with your brain, not with 'in the moment' with your crotch.
It is not a hindsight, its foresight.
#76 to #59 - rieskimo (09/27/2013) [-]
They were a happy successful family and then disaster struck, children grow clothes don't.
User avatar #77 to #76 - enemyoftrn (09/27/2013) [-]
That is a good conjecture, but if that is the case, than/then the family is boned anyway.
A disaster struck, doesn't mean the government or any other body is crippled.
Considering their ragged appearance, their government collapse because of that disaster.
The best the family can do now, is to find a willing hand to help them.
User avatar #31 - FightClub (09/27/2013) [-]
or probably not
User avatar #32 to #31 - holycrapimacupcake (09/27/2013) [-]
Jesus ******* christ, didn;t you leave?
User avatar #33 to #32 - FightClub (09/27/2013) [-]
User avatar #34 to #33 - holycrapimacupcake (09/27/2013) [-]
Can you leave?
#37 to #34 - utasco (09/27/2013) [-]
don't ever talk about FightClub like that
don't ever talk about FightClub like that
User avatar #35 to #34 - FightClub (09/27/2013) [-]
#73 - alekksandar (09/27/2013) [-]
There we go. Fixed it.
Any time you guys want to repost the OP's picture, choose this instead. If you don't want the comments about the wrong shoes on the wrong feet, that is.
#72 - cinematicbrix (09/27/2013) [-]
*Queue comments about ungrateful brats*
*Queue comments about ungrateful brats*
User avatar #56 - gyasa (09/27/2013) [-]
well eitherway he wont come far in life if he cant even put his shoes on right...
#50 - anon (09/27/2013) [-]
Yea, my parents are dickheads.
User avatar #47 - icameheretotroll (09/27/2013) [-]
but there are literally some overprotective parents that think everything is a ******* danger which results in the child being a social outcast
User avatar #42 - ferkan (09/27/2013) [-]
#41 - anon (09/27/2013) [-]
I just wanted love.. I gave up on that around 11 though.. They even went through great lengths to take what I had managed to obtain in my life.. My few books, the used ps2 a cousin gave me for Christmas one year, my cat.. They enjoyed making me suffer and an aunt always says they should never of had children because some people just shouldn't be near children. Why is wanting a parent to love you too much to ask for?
User avatar #16 - dheathd **User deleted account** (09/27/2013) [-]
does anyone notice the fact that his shoes are on the wrong feet?
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