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(Some spontn80)   Fifth year in a row: What would you say to your Daddy today if you could?   (dangrigor.com) divider line 506
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2012-06-17 01:49:30 AM

the_chief: Please stop sucking my girlfriends' cocks.


Wait, Whut???
 
2012-06-17 01:51:38 AM
"Thanks for the carton of smokes!"

/wait, that what i told him last christmas
 
2012-06-17 01:53:55 AM
You're a terrible father and a worse grandfather and I feel sad every time I think of how you abandoned me and how it doesn't bother you at all
 
2012-06-17 01:56:13 AM
Don't start the car, I rigged it to explode.
 
2012-06-17 01:56:23 AM
Ya right.

He was farking some bimbo as I was being born. Glad my mother left him.

Now my Grandfather I miss. Survived both WWI and WWII and lived to 94. Great man, glad he lived to see his great-grandson.

/Sigh, no going back. Ever.
//damn it. it's dusty in here
 
2012-06-17 01:57:09 AM

Inaditch: invisbob: Inaditch: invisbob: We run a business together.

He's a pain in the ass to work for.


Is he good, though? Does he get results? Is the business more successful because he's a pain in the ass? Or is he a pain in the ass with no benefit?

Very successful. He never graduated high school. Never had a decent job but started selling guns. awesome job. Tomorrow is our tea party event. (facebook rockford tea). we are expecting about 500-1000 people.
bulletstopguns.com is our site.

That's awesome. That's the good kind of pain in the ass.

A Tea Party gun event? Frightening. The Occupy movement should do gun events and balance out the universe.

Thread hijack. I just went shooting for like the third time in my life and had a blast. What's a good, fun, simple, not too expensive handgun for an occasional target shooter?


Any of the major brands (Ruger, S&W, etc) in .22 caliber will make you happy.
 
2012-06-17 01:59:44 AM
Thanks for telling me more than I ever needed to know about polar bear livers and tai chi. And for building model airplanes with me. I wish you were still alive so I could hear your corny jokes again.
 
2012-06-17 02:00:33 AM
Sweet. Thanks. Ruger .22 was what I was looking at.
 
2012-06-17 02:01:55 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: batcookie: I'm seriously depressed over how many of you never knew the joy of having a good man for a father.

Well, in my case, it just makes me that much more dedicated to being a good father myself.


THIS THIS AND MORE THIS
 
2012-06-17 02:03:51 AM
I would probably just scream at him a lot. If I was lucky, I would put a bullet in his head. If I was unlucky, he would kill me.



Either way, it would mean the start of the zombie apocalypse. Poor guy's been dead for seven years. Still miss ya, Dad.
 
2012-06-17 02:04:41 AM
Dear dad:

I was going to write a nasty letter replete with examples of how you failed as a husband, father, man, and human. Instead I'll just say thanks for for slightly less than half of the genetic material that became me, and for showing me exactly what not to do.


/guy was a scumbag
//Definitely a better father
///Never gotten drunk and hit my wife, for one
////SLASHIE ABUSE
 
2012-06-17 02:07:46 AM
Thanks for farking up the family and being the primary "cause" of mom's drinking, depression, and if you took her to the hospital like you should have instead of listening to her irrational demands about getting home for clothes and makeup, she might be alive,asshole. Oh, and thanks for taking all my good moods and working hard to destroy them talking about your self-caused problems, making me a depressed loser until I moved out. Good job farking up your finances so badly that the last 4 years my sister and I had to spend unfarking what you left behind, despite our horrendously busy schedules. Well, at least you are in a nursing home and have advanced Parkinson's and dementia now, so you are a pathetic mass of delusions and terrified about everything. At least you nurtured my brain and weren't a real evil fark (I have several friends who had is MUCH MUCH MUCH worse), but the damage will always be there. Some good times mixed in my bad memories of you, so I love you in a twisted hateful way. Thanks for everything and thanks for nothing at the same time. Goddamnitsomuch
 
2012-06-17 02:09:22 AM
Miss you dad. I think about you every day, and try to live my life by the example you set for me. It's been working out ok so far, so I like to think it was good advice. I love you and I hope you'd be proud of the man I've become.
 
2012-06-17 02:10:05 AM
I miss you, I love you. Damn you for leaving this world too soon because you are about to miss the birth of your first grandchild.
 
2012-06-17 02:11:12 AM
I'm sorry that I am the only kid that still talks to you, but you might try apologizing for being an abusive ogre instead of biatching about it. That might make it better.
 
2012-06-17 02:11:34 AM
I consider myself incredibly that my old man is still around and kicking... crashing on my futon... making smartass comments about the hot women I work with... snoring like a motherfarker.
 
2012-06-17 02:12:22 AM
I went to Mother's Day card section the day before the event - largely gutted, numerous people swarming around searching for a card.

Just today, I went to Father's Day card section (much smaller one) the day before the event - fully stocked, deserted.

This thread seems to be telling me why.

Fathers, be good to your children.

/lucky
 
2012-06-17 02:12:44 AM
Why did you shoot yourself in the head in the bathroom. At least you did it in the bathtub so it was easier to clean up... and on Fathers Day? Really?
 
2012-06-17 02:12:55 AM

Inaditch: Sweet. Thanks. Ruger .22 was what I was looking at.


Screw that shiat, just get a mossberg 500 with a pistol grip!
 
2012-06-17 02:14:44 AM
Ma used to complain that "Kittypie, YOU ARE JUST LIKE YOUR FATHER!!"

I remember and I just laugh and laugh and laugh.

If I could live life again, I would try for Military Sealift Command, or else your Merchant Marines.

I woulda liked being a freightrunner for the Antarctic bases.
 
2012-06-17 02:15:44 AM
This is pretty touching, and as sad as it is I just have nothing I want to say. I remember him being mean and distant for the latter part of my life
 
2012-06-17 02:16:05 AM
My Dad had been sick for 20 years. We used to say " if one of us dies, when we get to heaven we will let the other know it exists by making Kentucky win the NCAA tourney ." . If I could talk to him today I would ask " with Coach Cal?!? Let's make it a NCAA Football Championship to remove all doubt?".
 
2012-06-17 02:17:08 AM
i'm sorry your family died in prague spring. it saddens me that you never healed that wound. it saddens me that it made you bitter and occasionally violent.

it saddens me that you felt like it was a waste for me to be smart, since to you i was 'just a girl', something to marry off once i hit 18. you and mom wanted a girl who was pretty and quiet and liked cleaning. you got me, the butch who liked cars and swords and science. it was like a pair of chihuahuas trying to raise a wolfpup.

it saddens me that you decided i didn't exist anymore after i came out to mom. its been 22 years since then. honestly, i think you're dead by now.

you were brilliant and artistic, and trapped in a life and boring job you hated. mom should have left you, but she was trapped in that fundie cult that you resented and i hated.

i hope you found something akin to peace when you went back to prague after the curtain fell.

i run a library now. i live amidst books and geeks and hold my own. i've spawned once and raised several kids, and teach people how to be deviant in healthy ways. i found out how to be myself and enjoy my life.

i wish you could have.
 
2012-06-17 02:17:09 AM
Dear Dad,

You were a miserable "father," and had you lived to actually see your grandchildren grow up I know they would have hated being around you. I'm glad I spat on your grave and to be honest I really wish I could have peed on it. Thanks for being a piece of shiat to us all.

Also: thanks for the beer...when I was three years old, you jackass.

Love,
Your youngest son
 
2012-06-17 02:20:18 AM

one of those: Miss you dad. I think about you every day, and try to live my life by the example you set for me. It's been working out ok so far, so I like to think it was good advice. I love you and I hope you'd be proud of the man I've become.


Every genuine father wants these words, even if post mortum. Thanks for offsetting some of the this thread's depression.
 
2012-06-17 02:20:33 AM
I wish to God you hadn't been up unusually early on Easter Sunday, because then you wouldn't have fed the cats at that ungodly hour and one wouldn't have tripped you and you wouldn't have broken your hip... and tonight I wouldn't have to be giving verbal consent for a second hip surgery that just might kill you, because doing nothing would shorten your life and leave you in chronic, excruciating pain, and maybe kill you faster.

You would have still been in our orbit - it's so hard to see you mentally slip away a little more every day when before Easter Sunday you were independent and generally fine, so looking forward to meeting your new baby granddaughter (my niece). By the time bro and family got here, you were already in the throes of post-operative dementia. You now have no recollection of meeting the little one.

I am so scared for you tomorrow morning, Daddy, and I can hardly bear it. I love you.
 
2012-06-17 02:22:16 AM
Great.

There isn't enough ammo for us fathers to blow our own heads off with.

Please contribute to the ammo fund.
 
2012-06-17 02:23:05 AM
Smoke some pot. It'll lighten you up and you might actually have a nice time of what's left. Oh, and while your mother did the best she could, the situation has changed since the 1940's. Embrace some change.
 
2012-06-17 02:28:24 AM
raptusregaliter 2012-06-17 02:20:33 AM

I am so scared for you tomorrow morning, Daddy, and I can hardly bear it. I love you.

((((((((HUG))))))))

/the kitty is sorry :'(
 
2012-06-17 02:30:13 AM

steamingpile: Inaditch: Sweet. Thanks. Ruger .22 was what I was looking at.

Screw that shiat, just get a mossberg 500 with a pistol grip!


My second choice is a Desert Eagle.

I used to play Urban Terror (Quake mod) and kicked some ass with the Desert Eagle.
 
2012-06-17 02:30:48 AM
Dad, all the crazy you filled my head when I was young and impressionable wasn't a bad decision, assuming you believed it too. I hope you weren't intentionally bullshiatting me. Anyhow, you made the world a magical, terrifying, and wondrous place. But seriously, you should have realized it was all the stuff you filled my head that kept me up all those nights.

RIP
 
2012-06-17 02:33:14 AM
So long and thanks for all the fish.
 
2012-06-17 02:33:26 AM
EABOD and DIAF, Dad.
 
2012-06-17 02:33:57 AM
Some of you people are whiny pussies.
 
2012-06-17 02:34:22 AM

raptusregaliter: I wish to God you hadn't been up unusually early on Easter Sunday, because then you wouldn't have fed the cats at that ungodly hour and one wouldn't have tripped you and you wouldn't have broken your hip... and tonight I wouldn't have to be giving verbal consent for a second hip surgery that just might kill you, because doing nothing would shorten your life and leave you in chronic, excruciating pain, and maybe kill you faster.

You would have still been in our orbit - it's so hard to see you mentally slip away a little more every day when before Easter Sunday you were independent and generally fine, so looking forward to meeting your new baby granddaughter (my niece). By the time bro and family got here, you were already in the throes of post-operative dementia. You now have no recollection of meeting the little one.


I am glad someone pointed out that all those people who neglect their pets are just trying to spare their loved ones the heartache of injury and death. Animals use the ruse of idiocy and simplicity to blindside us for their amusement.
 
2012-06-17 02:35:13 AM
I miss you.
 
2012-06-17 02:36:19 AM
Dear Dad,

Why didn't you divorce your crazy, destructive, mental wife and take me away with you?

Why did you let her do the things she did to me?

I guess dying was your way out...but what about me? I have had to deal with her for the rest of my life, and she's 96 now.

It should have been her, Dad. And I would have helped.

Miss you, sweet man. Always.
 
2012-06-17 02:39:03 AM
Thanks for farking up my life so much that when I finally met the woman of my dreams, I was unable to bring myself to give her the thing she wanted most - a family of our own.
 
2012-06-17 02:40:09 AM

Shaddup: Some of you people are whiny pussies.


images.buddytv.com

knows how to say it better.
 
2012-06-17 02:42:32 AM
It's been twenty seven years and you still can't figure out how to spell my name!? See what sort of nursing home you get put in when you're older.

/he can't spell my brother's name either
//I've pretty much washed my hands of him
/the best part? He's not a drunk or even much of an asshole, he simply doesn't care
 
2012-06-17 02:43:32 AM
I'm glad I never procreated just to have a bunch of miscreats like you people putting me down just cause you needed a Daddy figure in your life.

Happy Non-Fathers Day, me.
 
2012-06-17 02:45:59 AM
Glad we patched things up after 20-some years. It's been a delight talking to you since you've gotten old and chilled the fark out.
 
2012-06-17 03:01:18 AM

Dalek Caan's doomed mistress: It's been twenty seven years and you still can't figure out how to spell my name!? See what sort of nursing home you get put in when you're older.

/he can't spell my brother's name either
//I've pretty much washed my hands of him
/the best part? He's not a drunk or even much of an asshole, he simply doesn't care


Maybe he just has a learning disability.
 
2012-06-17 03:02:55 AM

Dalek Caan's doomed mistress: It's been twenty seven years and you still can't figure out how to spell my name!? See what sort of nursing home you get put in when you're older.

/he can't spell my brother's name either
//I've pretty much washed my hands of him
/the best part? He's not a drunk or even much of an asshole, he simply doesn't care


You know, I don't think Dad got the spelling of my name down until I was fourteen. It was just funny to me.

/Despise him for other reasons.
 
2012-06-17 03:08:13 AM
Hey Dad,

Thanks for telling everyone in the family that you try to call me constantly but I never pick up. Please try to learn how Caller-ID works. Unfortunately, I am the only one that truly knows you are full of shiat.

I'll be grilling some steaks tonight, because I like steak and I am a good cat daddy. I won't be calling you, however. Also, tuna for ALL MY KIDS!
 
2012-06-17 03:09:57 AM
Dad,

Its been nearly 23 years now since cancer took you from us, wish you could meet my darling wife and your 5 Grand-kids ( which I know you'd spoil at every opportunity.)

Thanks for teaching my that its OK to have pride in what you do, be it blue collar or white collar.

Thanks for showing me that mundane things can be marvelous when expressed in math.

Thanks for showing me how a bad marriage works!, Because mine works well by doing the exact opposite of many of your choices.

Thanks for cutting the cord on that damned TV and tossing a book at me when I needed it most.

Thanks for teaching me how to cook and admitting that I was better at it than you were!

Especially thanks for saying the night before you died that you loved me and that you had faith that I would do well.

I miss your wisdom. your humor, your incredible intellect, but most of all I miss you Dad. See you on the other side Pop!
 
2012-06-17 03:10:25 AM
Jeez, some of you guys are making me regret having angry thoughts at my dad this morning (his lawn looks like shiat, his house needs a serious yard sale, and he needs to stop buying snack food over real food).

Other than that, he was always pretty awesome and supportive till he went a little bonkers last year and finally got remarried in Feb. I can live with it, but I don't have to jump every time he wants me to anymore. (Said jumping involves an hour and a half drive each way, 'to take him to an appointment' or some such thing. No, call one of your many friends for that one, sorry.)

Did we do one of these for Mother's Day and I missed it?
 
2012-06-17 03:16:04 AM
"You sure are stupid for a genius. Quit drinking. Mom hates being a widow."
 
2012-06-17 03:16:20 AM
Eat sh*t and die, asshole!
 
2012-06-17 03:17:04 AM
Talk to you tomorrow. And grandpa, and my other grandpa...
 
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