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2008-12-23 05:47:26 PM  
i21.photobucket.com
 
2008-12-23 05:48:01 PM  
Ashtrey
Oh look, that shutterbug page has a carwash album.

Your ticket to hell (new window)


Yeah, you're not tricking me into that one. That teams a train wreck with clothes on. I don't need to see it in a bikini.
 
2008-12-23 05:49:21 PM  
Darn, not a repeat?!
 
2008-12-23 05:50:25 PM  
captain_heroic44: rppp01a: blazemongr: farm machine: The daughter is probably over it all ready.

You've never had a teenage daughter, have you? They don't get over anything.

This is the truth. I did not attend my daughters sweet 16 bday (for many reasons- one of which was that it was at her mom's house) and she can't/won't let go of it. I won't apologize and she won't talk to me. I gave her gifts. I gave her a cake. I wished her happy bday. Simply because I didn't show up, she's 'punishing' me. Meh. Her loss. She'll get over it.

Why won't you apologize?

Does your refusal to apologize suggest any defect of character on your part?


Why should I apologize? I told her I would not attend and told her I could not tell her why, other than I felt uncomfortable in the situation. I've apologized a great deal many times over mistakes that were mine and I have no problem admitting I am wrong. In this case, I was not wrong and see no reason to apologize.

Character defects? I have loads of them. I'm not afraid to say so, either. Don't judge the situation without knowing the details.
 
2008-12-23 05:51:30 PM  
Britney Spear's Speculum

i486.photobucket.com

I'm not Santa, but here you go. Now we just sit and hope and wait for a Christmas miracle.
 
2008-12-23 05:53:49 PM  
rppp01a: captain_heroic44: rppp01a: blazemongr: farm machine: The daughter is probably over it all ready.

You've never had a teenage daughter, have you? They don't get over anything.

This is the truth. I did not attend my daughters sweet 16 bday (for many reasons- one of which was that it was at her mom's house) and she can't/won't let go of it. I won't apologize and she won't talk to me. I gave her gifts. I gave her a cake. I wished her happy bday. Simply because I didn't show up, she's 'punishing' me. Meh. Her loss. She'll get over it.

Why won't you apologize?

Does your refusal to apologize suggest any defect of character on your part?

Why should I apologize? I told her I would not attend and told her I could not tell her why, other than I felt uncomfortable in the situation. I've apologized a great deal many times over mistakes that were mine and I have no problem admitting I am wrong. In this case, I was not wrong and see no reason to apologize.

Character defects? I have loads of them. I'm not afraid to say so, either. Don't judge the situation without knowing the details.


Because apologizing isn't difficult and doesn't affect your life in any way. Especially if it makes your daughter feel better.
 
2008-12-23 05:53:49 PM  
i.a.cnn.net
 
2008-12-23 05:59:35 PM  
rppp01a: captain_heroic44: rppp01a: blazemongr: farm machine: The daughter is probably over it all ready.

You've never had a teenage daughter, have you? They don't get over anything.

This is the truth. I did not attend my daughters sweet 16 bday (for many reasons- one of which was that it was at her mom's house) and she can't/won't let go of it. I won't apologize and she won't talk to me. I gave her gifts. I gave her a cake. I wished her happy bday. Simply because I didn't show up, she's 'punishing' me. Meh. Her loss. She'll get over it.

Why won't you apologize?

Does your refusal to apologize suggest any defect of character on your part?

Why should I apologize? I told her I would not attend and told her I could not tell her why, other than I felt uncomfortable in the situation. I've apologized a great deal many times over mistakes that were mine and I have no problem admitting I am wrong. In this case, I was not wrong and see no reason to apologize.

Character defects? I have loads of them. I'm not afraid to say so, either. Don't judge the situation without knowing the details.


You should apologize because you let your butthurt over your bad relationship with her mother get in the way of showing up to an important milestone in your child's life. NOW you reveal you won't even tell her why, which just adds to her feeling of rejection. Unless mom has a restraining order against you, you should have gone to your daughter's birthday party.

One character defect you suffer is "narcissism." Clearly vindicating your ego, as shown by your refusal to acknowledge the basic injury you did to your own flesh and blood, is more important to you than your relationship with her, which might be salvaged by uttering the simple words, "I'm sorry." You might follow up with, "I didn't feel comfortable going to your mother's house because of our history, and that was a failure on my part. I should have swallowed my pride, manned up, and made an appearance at your party."

But hey, I understand. Being right, that's some important shiat compared to being on speaking terms with your child.

Unless there's a restraining order against you, you are an asshole. Even if there is one, there's a good chance you're an asshole anyway.
 
2008-12-23 05:59:57 PM  
rppp01a:

She'll get over it.
She just has to attend a physics class and learn the universe doesn't revolve around her.
Keep her away from philosophy, though.
The boys in Phil 101 will mack on her, unlike the nerds in Physics.

Oh, and remember, she's going to lighten up just before the 18th birthday party, in hopes of guilting you into an appology gift of extraordinary magnitude.

Like a girls gone wild holiday.
SIgn her up for a year in the peace corp in Africa.

You will get a big hug if when she returns.
 
2008-12-23 06:00:57 PM  
I came to make a comment about how crazy the cheerleader moms are then saw the pictures and forgot what I was going to say.
 
2008-12-23 06:03:45 PM  
All totaled I've been in this state for about 11.5 years and I'm still baffled by the obsession with football and cheerleading. Parents shell out several thousand dollars every year to send their snowflakes to football and cheerleading camps. Believe it or not it's the mothers who get all bat shiat insane over football, not so much the dads, but they do contribute. And you never want to cross the mother of a Texas high school cheerleader.

Truthfully I think we need another Great Depression that makes the last one look like a party to give these spoiled brats a little dose of reality.
 
2008-12-23 06:04:43 PM  
Thank you zabadu! now how can we get more people to follow this?
 
2008-12-23 06:05:03 PM  
www.buccaneers.com

some like it hot, their links too.
 
2008-12-23 06:06:56 PM  
Fishflinger: I came to make a comment about how crazy the cheerleader moms are then saw the pictures and forgot what I was going to say.

You were going to say that the mommy going to bat for her daughter rather than explaining that
1) Life isn't fair
2) In high school, kids will be assholes
3) Buck up, suck it up, and move on
will give the little princess unreasonable expectations in real life.
Like expecting some guy to appologize to her when he is not at fault.
She'll grow up with a cuckhold husband who has to appologize when she's wrong, and eventually he will hate her with all his soul but stick around for the kids sake.
She'll bear a few crotch droppings unto the planet and make the girls like her and any boys she has rue the day they gasped their first breath.
But hey, It's that kinda batshiat nuts you expect from a helicopter barbie mom.
 
2008-12-23 06:09:39 PM  
vudukungfu: rppp01a:

She'll get over it.
She just has to attend a physics class and learn the universe doesn't revolve around her.
Keep her away from philosophy, though.
The boys in Phil 101 will mack on her, unlike the nerds in Physics.

Oh, and remember, she's going to lighten up just before the 18th birthday party, in hopes of guilting you into an appology gift of extraordinary magnitude.

Like a girls gone wild holiday.
SIgn her up for a year in the peace corp in Africa.

You will get a big hug if when she returns.


Thanks vudu. Glad to see someone here is thinking.

As for the others, I have a very good relationship with their mother (we both had to give a lot and work hard to achieve this). As to appeasing my daughter- yeah that's exactly what I should do. Maybe I should buy her a nice car, too, huh? Maybe kiss her ass a bit and let her feel like she's far more important than her siblings? Yeah, that's a great idea!

For all the biatching I read about how farkers hate parents who smother their kids, they sure do get whiny when people don't or purposefully allow their kids to face the world in ways that aren't going to guarantee a good outcome. And let me point out that I am very much involved in their lives. No one who knows me or of me can dispute that.
 
2008-12-23 06:16:45 PM  
rppp01a: vudukungfu: rppp01a:

She'll get over it.
She just has to attend a physics class and learn the universe doesn't revolve around her.
Keep her away from philosophy, though.
The boys in Phil 101 will mack on her, unlike the nerds in Physics.

Oh, and remember, she's going to lighten up just before the 18th birthday party, in hopes of guilting you into an appology gift of extraordinary magnitude.

Like a girls gone wild holiday.
SIgn her up for a year in the peace corp in Africa.

You will get a big hug if when she returns.

Thanks vudu. Glad to see someone here is thinking.

As for the others, I have a very good relationship with their mother (we both had to give a lot and work hard to achieve this). As to appeasing my daughter- yeah that's exactly what I should do. Maybe I should buy her a nice car, too, huh? Maybe kiss her ass a bit and let her feel like she's far more important than her siblings? Yeah, that's a great idea!

For all the biatching I read about how farkers hate parents who smother their kids, they sure do get whiny when people don't or purposefully allow their kids to face the world in ways that aren't going to guarantee a good outcome. And let me point out that I am very much involved in their lives. No one who knows me or of me can dispute that.


Nobody said anything about a car, shiat-for-brains. You can't even say "I'm sorry."

"Appease" her? WTF??? Is she a third world dictator or your flesh and blood? We're talking about an apology here, for something you did that was hurtful to her, not land for peace.

You're either lying about the relationship with mom, or you don't like stepdad, or some other stupid shiat. Whatever it is, "I'm not comfortable with the situation" comes down to code for "butthurt." This all comes down to your injured pride in some way.

But hey, it's your life, and your kid. fark it up all you want.
 
2008-12-23 06:16:55 PM  
Disclaimer: I'm married to his ex.
Just kidding, rpp01a, and Happy Holidays.
 
2008-12-23 06:18:01 PM  
xpostal: some like it hot, their links too.

LOL at first I thought the Texas Longhorns' symbol was embossed on the crotch of her pants. I was like, that's an awesome place to put your team's symbol. Then I saw the Bucs flag and that wasn't nearly as cool.
 
2008-12-23 06:19:06 PM  
captain_heroic44:

you sound like you have some daddy issues.
Wanna go out?
 
2008-12-23 06:20:19 PM  
USC/UCLA



www.trojanwire.com

www.heybrewer.com

www.insomniacslounge.com
 
2008-12-23 06:20:23 PM  
Maybe the asian cheerleader whores will find a job on emerald street after they graduate.that's just a rocks throw from farmers branch.
 
2008-12-23 06:21:21 PM  
Ensign Expendable: Britney Spear's Speculum

I'm not Santa, but here you go. Now we just sit and hope and wait for a Christmas miracle.


That is so full of awesome.
 
2008-12-23 06:24:45 PM  
rppp01a: As for the others, I have a very good relationship with their mother (we both had to give a lot and work hard to achieve this). As to appeasing my daughter- yeah that's exactly what I should do. Maybe I should buy her a nice car, too, huh? Maybe kiss her ass a bit and let her feel like she's far more important than her siblings? Yeah, that's a great idea!

For all the biatching I read about how farkers hate parents who smother their kids, they sure do get whiny when people don't or purposefully allow their kids to face the world in ways that aren't going to guarantee a good outcome. And let me point out that I am very much involved in their lives. No one who knows me or of me can dispute that.


I just don't understand why this is the battle you want to fight. An apology? How hard is that? You don't even have to mean it (it's pretty obvious you won't mean it). You could even do the ever-popular non-apology apology ("I'm sorry if I offended anyone"). But any idiot could see how two simple words--no matter how false they are--might make her feel better.

Now I don't know you and I couldn't give two shiats that you don't care about your daughter. But at least man up and admit it. Because blaming your kid for your own personal failings is just weak.
 
2008-12-23 06:28:35 PM  
The Great EZE: Nice one, Eurkel.
Now be a nice guy and appologize for being "Right"

Ain't so easy, is it?
 
2008-12-23 06:31:16 PM  
i'll be in my bunk
 
2008-12-23 06:31:50 PM  
This is why I don't understand the, "librulz r to blame for entitlement BS," argument.

I admit, this is a personal account from Texas, but in my experience it is ALWAYS the right-wingers who will throw fits when the rules are applied to their little children.

As for bullying, well the "just fight back" argument is BS. I was a target, I was NEVER picked on unless it was 10 against one, and any time I got into a fight I was outnumbered and it DID make things worse.

If you want the school to run "law of the jungle" then don't be surprised if the only kids who survive intact are subhuman beast-kids.
 
2008-12-23 06:32:45 PM  
Captian_heroic,

THIS.
course, My explanation was a lot shorter and simpler.

It was only her sweet 16 party, My 17 year old had 34 of them, It's not a special day or anything... that will teach her that the world is not always good. I got an idea, let's not go to her wedding either, can't appease her. good luck with this one, his kind is NEVER wrong.
 
2008-12-23 06:34:01 PM  
zabadu

Thanks for sharing George Carlin's diatribe on protecting the children, caring for the children, and "won't somebody think of the children!" I'd never heard it before, but I tend to greatly agree with him. Parents really need to let kids grow up and be themselves. Think for themselves. Learn from their mistakes.

/also, to the Farkers with the cheerleader pix: beautiful! Thnx
 
2008-12-23 06:36:27 PM  
moar pics!
 
2008-12-23 06:54:59 PM  
Oh, BAWWWWW. Cheerleaders are mean, snotty biatches. How the hell is this NEW, and WTF is this "mother" (and I use the term very loosely) thinking?!
 
2008-12-23 06:58:45 PM  
Wow. You guys are bashing the mom for being over protective of her little snowflake then on the same thread bash rppp01a for not giving in to his daughter's bratty ways and stand his ground. You don't know cause you probably don't have kids. He acknowledged her bday and let her know before hand that he would not be attending. I bet his ex-wife is feeding the daughter the fuel to remain mad at her dad. Keep the faith, rppp01a.

/More Cheer pics, please
 
2008-12-23 07:02:26 PM  
For the guy that can't give an apology for not showing up to his kid's birthday party, unless you were out of the state or country on business (like fighting in Iraq or Afghanistan or your company sent you to Japan to close a deal) you really could just suck it up and say "Sorry" to your kid. Even if you don't mean it, just saying it will mend a few fences with your daughter.

As a kid growing up, my father used to beat the living hell out of me (including the hair pulling, the ear pulling, punches to the solar plexus, and everyone's favorite...the full-force backhand. That was besides the actual beatings) for bad grades, getting detention, or any other perceived wrong doing. At 17, I finally retaliated back one day and we went a few rounds. I got my ass kicked but I gave him a nice black eye, a pretty bad cut to his lip, and a few bruised ribs.

It took him nearly 13 years before he apologized for his actions and we just now are starting to mend our relationship.

I don't think what your daughter went through and what I went through are anywhere near the same thing, but I can understand the hurt she would feel regardless of any explanation you give. You are her father...you should have been there for her regardless. If you were a real father, you'd have said damn the ex and been there for your child.

Unfortunately, your are blinded by your own ego and pride to even attempt to understand the hurt your kid is going through. Perhaps you didn't grow up around women but the 16th birthday for a girl is pretty damn important. You can try to explain it away why you were not there, but just like your boss would say to you, "Explanations are just elaborate excuses".

Be a man and a real father. If you personally feel the need to reexplain, then do it, but follow up with "but I know it doesn't make up for missing out on your party and I truly am sorry."

(and next time if you don't want the rest of fark ripping into your life, don't share it)
 
2008-12-23 07:07:32 PM  
rppp01a

think of it this way if you dont appologise and maybe she will never talk to you again

that would certailny be a win
 
2008-12-23 07:09:32 PM  
Oh, one last thing for rppp01a:

Your daughter will carry that hurt for years and years to come. Not just the snub for her party but the fact that you could not even tell her you wanted to be there and you were sorry for not making it. Hell, even giving her the real reason why would be preferable to stonewalling her.

But anyway, in 5-10 years when she decides to marry and you never get the invitation, just remember your ego and pride screwed you over.
 
2008-12-23 07:13:07 PM  
espiaboricua: Cheerleaders. There is only one:

Yes, of course, but I also offer this one:
Oops! (NSFW, new window)
 
2008-12-23 07:34:11 PM  
Wow, it's was a birthday. Big deal.

Maybe rppp01a's daughter could have had it someplace instead of mom's house. Maybe she'll understand when she's divorced because of the massive ego she's grown.

The duty of a parent isn't to coddle the child for every socially constructed party situation. What next? Get her a red car instead of a blue car and it's worst parent of the year?

And to the guy that equates getting massively abused by his dad to not attending the ex-wife's house for a birthday party, I really think you need to see a professional about that.
 
2008-12-23 07:35:27 PM  
Is it can be more pictures tiem?

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2008-12-23 07:40:54 PM  
I've not solicited opinion or help on this. She'll be here tomorrow for Christmas. Just as I was as a teenager, she is. She is learning to be independent. We clash, but we also make up. It is part of growing up. I consider myself very lucky to have my children and lucky that I can work things out with them as well as have a good relationship with their mother.
 
2008-12-23 07:43:00 PM  
how about a simple 'sorry you are hurting'? how about 'sorry i let me issues stop me being a dad'?

/suck it up. ive had to with my ex and his shiny new toy woman and shiny new toy baby, oh how nice kids, a new sibling for you.

//yr kids will thank you for having the decency to parent them above holding grudges.
 
2008-12-23 07:43:28 PM  
Bschott007: For the guy that can't give an apology for not showing up to his kid's birthday party, unless you were out of the state or country on business (like fighting in Iraq or Afghanistan or your company sent you to Japan to close a deal) you really could just suck it up and say "Sorry" to your kid. Even if you don't mean it, just saying it will mend a few fences with your daughter.

As a kid growing up, my father used to beat the living hell out of me (including the hair pulling, the ear pulling, punches to the solar plexus, and everyone's favorite...the full-force backhand. That was besides the actual beatings) for bad grades, getting detention, or any other perceived wrong doing. At 17, I finally retaliated back one day and we went a few rounds. I got my ass kicked but I gave him a nice black eye, a pretty bad cut to his lip, and a few bruised ribs.

It took him nearly 13 years before he apologized for his actions and we just now are starting to mend our relationship.

I don't think what your daughter went through and what I went through are anywhere near the same thing, but I can understand the hurt she would feel regardless of any explanation you give. You are her father...you should have been there for her regardless. If you were a real father, you'd have said damn the ex and been there for your child.

Unfortunately, your are blinded by your own ego and pride to even attempt to understand the hurt your kid is going through. Perhaps you didn't grow up around women but the 16th birthday for a girl is pretty damn important. You can try to explain it away why you were not there, but just like your boss would say to you, "Explanations are just elaborate excuses".

Be a man and a real father. If you personally feel the need to reexplain, then do it, but follow up with "but I know it doesn't make up for missing out on your party and I truly am sorry."

(and next time if you don't want the rest of fark ripping into your life, don't share it)


I find this story VERY unconvincing. It's a little like a rape victim explaining how horrible an ordeal her friend went through when she needed to be picked up from the hospital and the friend got a ticket.

Go a little less over the top and you'll be much more believable. Just say your dad was really mean to you and constantly told you you were fat and ugly. That would play as a much more likely response.
 
2008-12-23 07:50:10 PM  
Inverter2: Wow, it's was a birthday. Big deal.

Maybe rppp01a's daughter could have had it someplace instead of mom's house. Maybe she'll understand when she's divorced because of the massive ego she's grown.

The duty of a parent isn't to coddle the child for every socially constructed party situation. What next? Get her a red car instead of a blue car and it's worst parent of the year?


Rereading this whole sad exchange makes me think it's not about the party. Of course, girls do get pretty offended when you don't show up to a party for them. But even then, if one would simply apologize, a girl usually will get over it. Gifts, cake, and cards don't make up for a simple acknowledgment of a female's feelings.

rppp01a and those who defend him clearly have a poor grasp on women (which is amazing since he, presumably, had consensual sex with one at least once). You don't have to buy them everything they want, you don't have to appease their every will. In fact, you probably shouldn't. But if you skip out on a major life milestone without so much as an explanation, they're going to be hurt. Now to understand that much requires "empathy," so you'll have to take my word on that.

But here's the beauty: if you hurt a woman close to you, it really doesn't take much make things alright. It doesn't take a new car, it doesn't take a trip. It just takes a few words. Fake em if you want. Just acknowledge how they feel, don't make them feel like a biatch for feeling that way, and everybody's happy. That's not "coddling," that's showing a basic level of consideration for a loved one.
 
2008-12-23 07:57:13 PM  
Burn_Atlanta: Yes, of course, but I also offer this one:

OH my.

Makes me wonder what she did to recover about 0.5s after that shot was taken...
 
2008-12-23 08:11:09 PM  
captain_heroic44: rppp01a: captain_heroic44: rppp01a: blazemongr: farm machine: The daughter is probably over it all ready.

You've never had a teenage daughter, have you? They don't get over anything.

This is the truth. I did not attend my daughters sweet 16 bday (for many reasons- one of which was that it was at her mom's house) and she can't/won't let go of it. I won't apologize and she won't talk to me. I gave her gifts. I gave her a cake. I wished her happy bday. Simply because I didn't show up, she's 'punishing' me. Meh. Her loss. She'll get over it.

Why won't you apologize?

Does your refusal to apologize suggest any defect of character on your part?

Why should I apologize? I told her I would not attend and told her I could not tell her why, other than I felt uncomfortable in the situation. I've apologized a great deal many times over mistakes that were mine and I have no problem admitting I am wrong. In this case, I was not wrong and see no reason to apologize.

Character defects? I have loads of them. I'm not afraid to say so, either. Don't judge the situation without knowing the details.

You should apologize because you let your butthurt over your bad relationship with her mother get in the way of showing up to an important milestone in your child's life. NOW you reveal you won't even tell her why, which just adds to her feeling of rejection. Unless mom has a restraining order against you, you should have gone to your daughter's birthday party.

One character defect you suffer is "narcissism." Clearly vindicating your ego, as shown by your refusal to acknowledge the basic injury you did to your own flesh and blood, is more important to you than your relationship with her, which might be salvaged by uttering the simple words, "I'm sorry." You might follow up with, "I didn't feel comfortable going to your mother's house because of our history, and that was a failure on my part. I should have swallowed my pride, manned up, and made an appearance at your party."

But hey, I understand. Being right, that's some important shiat compared to being on speaking terms with your child.

Unless there's a restraining order against you, you are an asshole. Even if there is one, there's a good chance you're an asshole anyway.


I'm also a survivor of a teenage daughter. The trolls above are playing the snowflake/crotchfruit card. Amusing, but irrelevant.

//Snowflakes melt.
 
2008-12-23 08:59:25 PM  
Epinephine STAT! We're losing her!

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2008-12-23 09:24:40 PM  
Moonfisher: God forbid she teach her daughter that life isn't fair. If she has no ability, practice, work harder, take lessons, and try again next year. I am so SICK of all this "everyone makes the team and we are all winners" crap. Real life isn't like that. You are setting your entitled little turd up for failure, retards.

Failure isn't like that. You muff it, you learn, you go on to do better. Life isn't unfair anymore than it is fair. It's random. The only ones pissing on the "entitled" are a few bitter malcontents like you, and no, people like you don't run the world, so don't pretend your rough justics is anyone's priority but your own.
 
2008-12-23 09:25:43 PM  
PS: justics is usually spelled justice.

/fark preview when you've got a point to make
//it's like kissin yer sister
 
2008-12-23 10:04:03 PM  
Burn_Atlanta: espiaboricua: Cheerleaders. There is only one:

Yes, of course, but I also offer this one:
Oops! (NSFW, new window)


This just goes to image shack!!1! Can't see anything!!!1!

/very dispondent
//not gud at spellin too
 
2008-12-23 10:04:50 PM  
blazemongr: farm machine: The daughter is probably over it all ready.

You've never had a teenage daughter, have you? They don't get over anything.


So very much this - just got off the phone with mine
 
2008-12-23 10:19:17 PM  
www.nflinformer.com
 
2008-12-23 10:48:39 PM  
If school administrators won't punish pretty girls because they secretly want to stick their dicks in them, they must be forced to punish them. The same standards must be applied to everyone, by force where necessary.




Just because you never f**ked a pretty girl, doesn't mean you have to take it out on the rest of us, psycho.


Or, to put it another way, your jealousy of good looking people is no more productive than the double standard applied to good looking people.
 
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