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(WMUR New Hampshire)   Think your flowers will make this Mother's Day special? This man raised the bar so high we may never use the term "momma's boy" again   (wmur.com) divider line 42
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2012-05-05 02:15:25 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-05-05 03:30:01 PM
That's a lot of stamps.
 
2012-05-05 03:33:29 PM
This man's poor future wife.
 
2012-05-05 03:33:36 PM

madden101: That's a lot of stamps.


How many had a picture of a tramp on them? Here you go ma, a tramp stamp.
 
2012-05-05 03:34:59 PM
I haven't talked to my mother in years. What do I win?
 
2012-05-05 03:36:56 PM
Awwww! Sounds like a good guy. You can judge a man by how good he is to his mother. Alrighty, I'm ready for the barrage of abuse I'll get for saying all that. lol
 
2012-05-05 03:37:11 PM

fracas: This man's poor future wife.

This!

MoronLessOff: I haven't talked to my mother in years. What do I win?


...and this too....
 
2012-05-05 03:37:23 PM
I can't wait for the letter he writes her when he finally learns to wipe his own arse, or tries solid food for the first time.
 
2012-05-05 03:40:44 PM
what kind of postage would you use to mail letters from the basement to upstairs?
 
2012-05-05 03:41:36 PM
I think, while sweet, it's more easily explained.

OCD/Aspebergers/Autisic or something. After 4 months of writing every day after she got in a car wreck he just made it a routine. And you can tell because "every 1000th letter he sends a plague or picture". Not every year or birthday or anything...every 1000 on the dot.
Which means he counts every letter sent, keeps track of each one, then prepares for the 1000th and starts over.

Whatevs...it makes her feel nice and he enjoys it and gives him a little thing to focus on instead of red staplers or counting the ceiling tiles.


/he was a 19yo computer engineer in California in the early 80s afterall...all those guys were a little looney back then.
 
2012-05-05 03:42:10 PM
I bought my mom a pipe for mothers day the year before last. She cried and said it was the best gift she had ever received.

This year I am giving her a tye-dye t-shirt I made with organic dyes I created in organic chemistry.

I don't think she's gonna cry again.
 
2012-05-05 03:42:54 PM
At least he doesn't have to buy stamps, he just has to carry the letter up from the basement.
 
2012-05-05 03:43:39 PM

fumb duck: what kind of postage would you use to mail letters from the basement to upstairs?


Damn it!
 
2012-05-05 03:44:38 PM

mhuckins: I bought my mom a pipe for mothers day the year before last. She cried and said it was the best gift she had ever received.

This year I am giving her a tye-dye t-shirt I made with organic dyes I created in organic chemistry.

I don't think she's gonna cry again.


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2012-05-05 03:45:27 PM

indeebud: Awwww! Sounds like a good guy. You can judge a man by how good he is to his mother. Alrighty, I'm ready for the barrage of abuse I'll get for saying all that. lol


images.wikia.com

Agrees
 
2012-05-05 03:46:27 PM

fracas: This man's poor future wife.



Wife???? I don't think you have to worry about that.
 
2012-05-05 03:46:51 PM
While I applaud his love for his mother, what the fark do you say every day?

Dear Mom,

I woke up today and scratched my balls with my left hand instead of my right. With breakfast I had strawberry jam on my toast. Tomorrow I may try blueberry. I had cream and sugar with my coffee, same as the last 473 days. Someday I might try double sugar just to see what it is like. Dinner will be leftover pot roast and potatoes, again.

Love,
Your Son.


I know that that is far-fetched and ridiculous, but even though I live an active life there really is not a hell of a whole lot going on that would make a letter every day even remotely interesting for someone to read.
 
2012-05-05 03:47:16 PM
ungh anyone read the article linked below about the baby burning slash slashing mother?
 
2012-05-05 03:49:03 PM

indeebud: You can judge a man by how good he is to his mother.


What if his mother is an abusive, manipulative biatch who in all likelihood has narcissistic personality disorder?
 
2012-05-05 04:00:56 PM

Mock26: While I applaud his love for his mother, what the fark do you say every day?

Dear Mom,

I woke up today and scratched my balls with my left hand instead of my right. With breakfast I had strawberry jam on my toast. Tomorrow I may try blueberry. I had cream and sugar with my coffee, same as the last 473 days. Someday I might try double sugar just to see what it is like. Dinner will be leftover pot roast and potatoes, again.
You gave me life. You loved me. you cared for me. There is no mom as wonderful as you.

Love,
Your ever-grateful Son



/he sounds Italian
 
2012-05-05 04:01:58 PM

Mock26: While I applaud his love for his mother, what the fark do you say every day?



Dear Mom,

FARK YOU

Love,
Your Son
 
2012-05-05 04:05:13 PM

nunpunter: I can't wait for the letter he writes her when he finally learns to wipe his own arse, or tries solid food for the first time.


It doesn't sound like he's getting that much help from her, since she barely writes to him once a year.

James F. Campbell: indeebud: You can judge a man by how good he is to his mother.

What if his mother is an abusive, manipulative biatch who in all likelihood has narcissistic personality disorder?


Then you judge him based on the amount of patience, sympathy, and care he feels for her relative to that, I assume. "Whatever you do to the least of these, you do to me," and all that.
 
2012-05-05 04:07:03 PM
My mother died when I was 11, so every mothers day I regret even going outside, father's day however - the ol man chooses his place to go and it gets paid.

You can tell the older you get by how simple and relaxing you rather be, my ol man just wants a good ol fashion Steak at home, and every year I cook one up for him.
 
2012-05-05 04:16:34 PM
Who the hell is Brett and why is he randomly quoted in the article?
 
2012-05-05 04:22:37 PM
what always made Mother's Day so very special for me was knowing of all the days in the year it was -the- one day that Mom would least suspect i may dose her coffee with rat poison.

Nuno311 you just totally freaked me out mentioning counting ceiling tiles. shot me right back in time to when i was a much different man coping with many little things that made life hell.
 
2012-05-05 04:23:19 PM
She's not going to sleep with you, dude.
 
2012-05-05 04:33:27 PM
Diaphoretic Pudenda:
/he sounds Italian


Came here to say this.

/ Arrivederci!
 
2012-05-05 04:34:11 PM
Make More Hinjews: Diaphoretic Pudenda:
/he sounds Italian

Came here to say this.

/ Arrivederci!


Oh, and that's not the font. I AM that bold.
 
2012-05-05 04:36:34 PM

Monoxide: ungh anyone read the article linked below about the baby burning slash slashing mother?


A baby burned Slash and then slashed its own mother? That is horrible! I hope that Slash is alright.
 
2012-05-05 04:42:59 PM

jake_lex: indeebud: Awwww! Sounds like a good guy. You can judge a man by how good he is to his mother. Alrighty, I'm ready for the barrage of abuse I'll get for saying all that. lol

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Agrees


LOL I knew one of you would go there.
 
2012-05-05 05:05:12 PM

KrispyKritter: what always made Mother's Day so very special for me was knowing of all the days in the year it was -the- one day that Mom would least suspect i may dose her coffee with rat poison.

Nuno311 you just totally freaked me out mentioning counting ceiling tiles. shot me right back in time to when i was a much different man coping with many little things that made life hell.


Glad you got to feeling better. I wasn't passing judgment on anyone and some people are "ceiling tile counters" and perfectly happy...sounds like you werent and this guy sounds totally content....either way it sounded to me that he preferred/needed the routine more than he actually woke up every day saying "I can't wait to write to Mom".

i wonder if the Mom actually read it every day or just saved up a few weeks at a time and then gets drunk on a Friday and knocks 'em all out :)
 
2012-05-05 05:13:47 PM

mhuckins: I bought my mom a pipe for mothers day the year before last. She cried and said it was the best gift she had ever received.

This year I am giving her a tye-dye t-shirt I made with organic dyes I created in organic chemistry.

I don't think she's gonna cry again.


I going to get mine some new heavier line for her weedeater
 
2012-05-05 05:15:20 PM
This ought to have the sick tag, not the sappy tag.
 
2012-05-05 06:01:05 PM

Starry Heavens: Then you judge him based on the amount of patience, sympathy, and care he feels for her relative to that, I assume. "Whatever you do to the least of these, you do to me," and all that.


I can tell you've never lived with a narcissist. I'd wish it on you if I could.
 
2012-05-05 06:32:05 PM

indeebud: Awwww! Sounds like a good guy. You can judge a man by how good he is to his mother.


Yes, you can. And if he's this much into his mother, you know he probably has issues.
 
2012-05-05 07:30:24 PM

James F. Campbell: indeebud: You can judge a man by how good he is to his mother.

What if his mother is an abusive, manipulative biatch who in all likelihood has narcissistic personality disorder?


All the more reason I'd consider him a good guy since at the very least, and under such duress, he'd continue to look past her mental illness and remain devoted to his mother. On a side note, it's interesting you couple derogatory slang with the specific clinical term for such a valid mental illness. Leaves me to wonder...
 
2012-05-05 08:09:31 PM

indeebud: On a side note, it's interesting you couple derogatory slang with the specific clinical term for such a valid untreatable mental illness.


Another person who's never lived with a narcissist.

Just because our family is our family doesn't mean we should love them, even if they have mental illnesses. It is futile to love people who have no interest in -- or are incapable of -- loving you back, especially if they're the sort of miserable assholes who enjoy causing you pain and watching you suffer. Narcissists will not voluntarily seek treatment, nor is there much that treatment can accomplish in changing them. The only way you can protect yourself is to cut them out of your life completely. Fark you, you don't know a goddamn thing.
 
2012-05-05 08:21:12 PM

James F. Campbell: indeebud: On a side note, it's interesting you couple derogatory slang with the specific clinical term for such a valid untreatable mental illness.

Another person who's never lived with a narcissist.

Just because our family is our family doesn't mean we should love them, even if they have mental illnesses. It is futile to love people who have no interest in -- or are incapable of -- loving you back, especially if they're the sort of miserable assholes who enjoy causing you pain and watching you suffer. Narcissists will not voluntarily seek treatment, nor is there much that treatment can accomplish in changing them. The only way you can protect yourself is to cut them out of your life completely. Fark you, you don't know a goddamn thing.


I know I love my family. I also know I struck a nerve. Check mate.
 
2012-05-05 08:42:56 PM

indeebud: I know I love my family. I also know I struck a nerve. Check mate.


o_o You're an idiot, and I hope you have a long life filled with unpleasant people. Good-bye.
 
2012-05-05 08:48:08 PM

James F. Campbell: indeebud: I know I love my family. I also know I struck a nerve. Check mate.

o_o You're an idiot, and I hope you have a long life filled with unpleasant people. Good-bye.



LOL Thanks! I know I'll love life and embrace others in kind as a result. :D
 
2012-05-05 08:55:41 PM

James F. Campbell: indeebud: I know I love my family. I also know I struck a nerve. Check mate.

o_o You're an idiot, and I hope you have a long life filled with unpleasant people. Good-bye.


Oh and since no one's enlightened you about the basics of constructive conversation and debate, I'll take this opportunity to fill you in on Rule # 1: The moment you resort to name calling is the very moment you've lost since you've nothing else to bring to the table other than cheap insults as opposed to something viable and worthy of discussion. :)
 
2012-05-05 09:14:04 PM

indeebud: The moment you resort to name calling is the very moment you've lost since you've nothing else to bring to the table other than cheap insults as opposed to something viable and worthy of discussion


I feel entitled to call people names if they brought nothing to begin with. You demonstrate a lack of knowledge in NPD -- and most things in general. Feel free to explain why I'm wrong.
 
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