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2012-11-28 05:00:00 PM
To his clubfooted child said Lord Stipple,
As he poured his post-prandial tipple,
"Your mother's behaviour
Gave pain to Our Saviour,
And that's why He made you a cripple."

I love Edward Gorey.
 
2012-11-28 05:01:14 PM

No Such Agency: Grapple:
She leaves the house for 6 hours for a ride on her motorcycle say, twice a week.., I stay home with my son. Suddenly, I'm not paying enough attention to her and we should consider ourselves "separated". Really?

Hide a GPS on the bike, then take the fact that it's parked in the lot at the motel for 10 hours a week straight to court. Lawyer up, delete Facebook and hit the gym.



What he said^^^


My friend just went through something similar. All you can do is accept she's a vile biatch, DO NOT FOCUS on retribution or her future downfall (all that does is make you preoccupied with the past, rather than focussing on your and your kids' futures), and find new happiness.

Letting go is more liberating than you may currently think. Just help the kids as much as you can & let the chips fall where they may.
 
2012-11-28 05:08:45 PM

Gabrielmot: Weak article is weak... here's what *real* bad parents say...

Mom: You should thank me because your father wanted to abort you.
Dad: That's not true! It was your mom who wanted to abort you.

/beat that Fark, I have the worst parents in the world... prove me wrong.


They let you live.
 
2012-11-28 05:09:02 PM

DROxINxTHExWIND: She didn't move because she didn't want him to know she was woke




She was woke?

--syntax error---
 
2012-11-28 05:09:31 PM

cryinoutloud: The One True TheDavid: cryinoutloud:

Bad parents don't know they're bad parents. That's why they don't do it better.

Don't you think they can compare themselves and their kids to other families? I know I'll never write as well as Henry James. Or are they like my parents? My dad did the best he could with the little he had...

Some of them can, and they get better, and their kids do better. But some of them are pretty ignorant, and they just figure that anyone who raises their kids differently than they do is stupid--without realizing that they're the party that's stupid.


Well, yeah. But that sounds like a false dichotomy, separating Bad Parents from Stupid Parents when I say the latter are a subset of the former. Or vice-versa: the point is they're not two separate things.

Look how much arguing there is about parenting among people whose kids will probably all turn out OK, regardless of how much people disagree about it.

How is that different from saying "the bar for 'good parenting' is set so low for society's convenience" then? It seems to me that there are too damn few good parents, that most people who have and raise kids wouldn't be allowed to under a professional licensing system, but they gang up together because they think it's their God-given right to have power over a helpless human being and prove they're Real Adults. And that's just the ones who say they want their kids.

Parenting should require training in the vocation and be overseen by professional boards, like with pharmacists and lawyers. And if that means the birthrate drops precipitously that's another good thing.

My parents were better than a few dozen others I've known, which is farking pathetic. Just because you don't break the other arm too or sodomize him with his head in the toilet doesn't mean you deserve to be trusted with a kitten let alone a kid.

And yes, I'm willing to forget my anarchist convictions if the only way to achieve this is to drag in Big Brother. Maybe with a few smaller generations of not-so-crappy parenting hoi poloi will come up with anarchy on their own.

Anyway. The truth is I drink because I like the way it makes me feel: it's pretty much a rational choice. Though the fact that my parents were such losers does explain why I'm such an asshole on Fark so often. (Really! Honest honky!)
 
2012-11-28 05:10:00 PM
"This Be the Verse"

They f*ck you up, your mum and dad.
They may not mean to, but they do.
They fill you with the faults they had
And add some extra, just for you.

But they were f*cked up in their turn
By fools in old-style hats and coats,
Who half the time were soppy-stern
And half at one another's throats.

Man hands on misery to man.
It deepens like a coastal shelf.
Get out as early as you can,
And don't have any kids yourself.

- Phillip Larkin
 
2012-11-28 05:10:44 PM

Gabrielmot: lousyskater: themanuf: lousyskater: Gabrielmot: Weak article is weak... here's what *real* bad parents say...

Mom: You should thank me because your father wanted to abort you.
Dad: That's not true! It was your mom who wanted to abort you.

/beat that Fark, I have the worst parents in the world... prove me wrong.

I could one up this easily, but I'd rather not start a pissing contest over who had the worst parents.

Shame. I am racking my brain trying to figure out what is worse than "we wanted to abort you but were too ashamed."

I'll just say this: There were random heroin needles lying around in the apartment in plain sight with an 8 year old me and a 4 year old brother living in said apartment. As far as I'm gonna go.

This one is going to sound hard to believe, but the friend I mentioned earlier had a pretty horrible story as well. Because they were so poor, he had to wash dishes for extra money at the strip club his mother worked at while she was on stage stripping in plain sight of him (same mom who cut him with the broken ashtray). If you didn't guess, she was constantly on drugs as well (still is today).

What really gets me is that despite what she did to him, he's forgiven her and still keeps in contact with her despite the fact it's pretty much a relationship where he takes care of her and keeps her from heading further downhill.

-He's an atheist by the way. One of the few times I totally get the whole atheism thing. I wouldn't have been strong enough to go through what he went through, but every day he still manages to be nice to people who don't deserve it and work hard for a company that treats him like crap. -He's a pretty amazing individual, I only wish I could be as good a Christian as he seems to be despite him being an atheist. -Truly someone to look up to.

Like I said in another thread, some people are who they are because of their parents, some in spite of their parents.


I don't think your friend's story is admirable. Continuing to support and care for a woman who refuses to get her life together that's just continuing to be his mother's victim when he can choose otherwise. My therapist told me: "it's not your job to parent your mother." After that my motto concerning my parents is: not my problem. I can't save them from themselves as long as my parents continue to be abusive crazy people all while I'm insisting I'm the mean broken kid their perfect parent selves were cursed with, my options are continue to be their victim to preserve their delusions of a parent-child relationship and give up any hope of having healthy adult relationships with anyone or having a life of my own because neither of my parents can tolerate me having affection for someone else (my parents competitions for my attention as a child were "interesting") or distance myself from the situation.

Since you said you were looking for sharing and validation rather than competition. My two favorites: "if you want to see how well a condom works look in the mirror" and "I won't be satisfied with you until you're perfect and I know you'll never be perfect."
 
2012-11-28 05:12:47 PM

Grapple: cgraves67: My hobbies are a higher priority than your life.

Actually, my wife could say this one. And it's killing me. She leaves the house for 6 hours for a ride on her motorcycle say, twice a week.., I stay home with my son. Suddenly, I'm not paying enough attention to her and we should consider ourselves "separated". Really?


I hate to say this, but I don't think it's a motorcycle she's riding for 6 hours.
 
2012-11-28 05:13:53 PM

lousyskater: Gabrielmot: lousyskater: themanuf: lousyskater: Gabrielmot: Weak article is weak... here's what *real* bad parents say...

Mom: You should thank me because your father wanted to abort you.
Dad: That's not true! It was your mom who wanted to abort you.

/beat that Fark, I have the worst parents in the world... prove me wrong.

I could one up this easily, but I'd rather not start a pissing contest over who had the worst parents.

Shame. I am racking my brain trying to figure out what is worse than "we wanted to abort you but were too ashamed."

I'll just say this: There were random heroin needles lying around in the apartment in plain sight with an 8 year old me and a 4 year old brother living in said apartment. As far as I'm gonna go.

This one is going to sound hard to believe, but the friend I mentioned earlier had a pretty horrible story as well. Because they were so poor, he had to wash dishes for extra money at the strip club his mother worked at while she was on stage stripping in plain sight of him (same mom who cut him with the broken ashtray). If you didn't guess, she was constantly on drugs as well (still is today).

What really gets me is that despite what she did to him, he's forgiven her and still keeps in contact with her despite the fact it's pretty much a relationship where he takes care of her and keeps her from heading further downhill.

-He's an atheist by the way. One of the few times I totally get the whole atheism thing. I wouldn't have been strong enough to go through what he went through, but every day he still manages to be nice to people who don't deserve it and work hard for a company that treats him like crap. -He's a pretty amazing individual, I only wish I could be as good a Christian as he seems to be despite him being an atheist. -Truly someone to look up to.

Like I said in another thread, some people are who they are because of their parents, some in spite of their parents.

I'm in a similar situation at the moment. I'm still in qui ...


His being an atheist sort of matters to me. Hearing what he went through, it would be hard for someone who went through what he did to still believe in a God.

Before him, the only atheists I'd met were pretty crappy people who just liked to make fun of the "guy on a stick" or the "sky wizard" that Christians all worshiped. -He's not like that; he respects that others have different beliefs than he does.

Honestly, because of this, it's hard for me to explain to my Christian friends sometimes why I have atheist friends. This guy makes it easy as he's easily a better person than most of us.
 
2012-11-28 05:14:34 PM
My love life was more important than you.

Yup. Wife and I already had this conversation. Our kids will never be more important than us.

And on the "you must act this way as your behavior reflects on me" we'll damn right.
 
2012-11-28 05:14:51 PM
Surprised this isn't here yet:

images9.fotki.com
 
2012-11-28 05:17:44 PM

The One True TheDavid: "Men are pigs. You were a boy trying to become a man. I tried to turn you into a girl to prevent you from becoming a pig."

How do people become transsexuals, again?


Sleeping with demons, don't you know anything?
 
2012-11-28 05:18:07 PM

Lollipop165: Gabrielmot: Weak article is weak... here's what *real* bad parents say...

Mom: You should thank me because your father wanted to abort you.
Dad: That's not true! It was your mom who wanted to abort you.

/beat that Fark, I have the worst parents in the world... prove me wrong.

Mom: "I have no idea what you are talking about, I was never an alcoholic."

This was after I confronted her not long ago about hitting me when I was 12 or so after she found the book "When Mommy Drinks" (hidden underneath my mattress) that the guidance counselor gave me to help cope being left alone with her. There's a lot more issues than that, but I guess it gives you an idea. I felt very abandoned by everyone.

It's gotten better though as I've gotten older. I have a better understanding that she's just human. I just have to keep reminding myself that her depression isn't her fault. I do love her. When she wasn't drunk she was a good mom. She just has issues. A lot of them.

/My mom is still trying to keep that "perfect upper middle class white picket fence family" thing up

cookiefleck: "You had BETTER be the MOST PERFECT well behaved, charming child to showcase to all my friends at their endless cocktail parties!"

*swigs gin martini*

...I, I'm sorry where was i?

Omg, story of my life :-)


My mom kinda had the same thing going... She was a teacher, and a rather lousy one at that, but when her class wasn't meeting standards, she could always point to her son with a 4.0 who had never gotten below a 97 on anything in his life (she had nothing to do with that).
 
2012-11-28 05:18:29 PM
Beaver Knievel:

Missing from the list: "Listen son, your mom and I are getting divorced because apparently women go batshiat insane after 30.

Actually I think most women are batshiat insane before they're 30, if they're halfway good-looking at least. When it dawns on them they might not always be able to slide by on their pretty eyes or their cup size they might respond by acting like real people for a change and developing talents using things besides reflexes they were born with.

Or they might go even crazier because their looks and BJ skills really are all they've got. "Many are called, few are chosen."
 
2012-11-28 05:20:27 PM

Spade: My love life was more important than you.

Yup. Wife and I already had this conversation. Our kids will never be more important than us.
.


You are going to be a shiatty parent.
 
2012-11-28 05:24:01 PM

5monkeys: Nana's Vibrator: ***snip***

My ex husband cried when he saw that our third child was another girl. Then when the boys came he left. Turns out getting a boy (or boys) didn't make him happy in the way he thought it would. Some people are really farked up. Me? I am happy with all the kids! They are awesome. Couldn't give a shiat what gender they are.


My wife likes to tell the story that when the OB said that we were having a girl, the expression on my face was clearly, "Are you sure?" as if the thought of having a girl had never even occurred to me. It's funny because it's true. I never once considered being unhappy that we were having a girl, I just hadn't thought of the possibility.

However, if the next child (assuming we have another like we want to) is a girl, we are done. I figure that I can hold my own at 3 to 1, but at 4 to 1, not even a basement man cave would save me.

Gabrielmot: lousyskater: themanuf: lousyskater: Gabrielmot: ***snip***

Like I said in another thread, some people are who they are because of their parents, some in spite of their parents.


I knew going in that I am gonna screw up my kid, I just hope to minimize the damage and keep her off the pole.
 
2012-11-28 05:24:36 PM
My mother tells me I'm just like my father (who used to beat and rape her) when I disagree with her. Seems sorta farked up to me
 
2012-11-28 05:25:46 PM

NASAM: themanuf: lousyskater: Gabrielmot: Weak article is weak... here's what *real* bad parents say...

Mom: You should thank me because your father wanted to abort you.
Dad: That's not true! It was your mom who wanted to abort you.

/beat that Fark, I have the worst parents in the world... prove me wrong.

I could one up this easily, but I'd rather not start a pissing contest over who had the worst parents.

Shame. I am racking my brain trying to figure out what is worse than "we wanted to abort you but were too ashamed."

How about this one: "We were going to abort you but when we got to the clinic we were $10 short."

-Not mine, my best friend of 25 years. He just told me this last month. I knew his parents were farked up, but jeez.


Now that's a story for the ages.
 
2012-11-28 05:26:00 PM
With my Dad it was Flip a Coin

Today it heads - Daddy comes home from work and he will be pissed beyond belief and every other word is a swear word. Everything you say or do is WRONG!

Tomorrow its tails - Daddy comes home in a great mood and is happy and charming and wondering why you shy away from him.

The next day, Daddy comes home in a great mood, but when he goes to pry the jar lid off and some of the applesauce spills, all hell breaks loose and it turns out to be a "heads" day instead of the "tails" day you were hoping for.

(Not an alcoholic for those of you who are wondering)
 
2012-11-28 05:26:12 PM

cgraves67: They forgot:
I hate that you are not Me v2.0. Why can't you be more like me.


Actually bad parents want Me v2.0 to be less like me and more like what I wanted to be.

/not my parents.
//seen it way too much.
 
2012-11-28 05:31:49 PM

NASAM: Spade: My love life was more important than you.

Yup. Wife and I already had this conversation. Our kids will never be more important than us.
.

You are going to be a shiatty parent.


They're getting shipped off to boarding school as early as possible anyway, so no worries.

Worked for Churchill
 
2012-11-28 05:32:23 PM

roc6783: 5monkeys: Nana's Vibrator: ***snip***

My ex husband cried when he saw that our third child was another girl. Then when the boys came he left. Turns out getting a boy (or boys) didn't make him happy in the way he thought it would. Some people are really farked up. Me? I am happy with all the kids! They are awesome. Couldn't give a shiat what gender they are.

My wife likes to tell the story that when the OB said that we were having a girl, the expression on my face was clearly, "Are you sure?" as if the thought of having a girl had never even occurred to me. It's funny because it's true. I never once considered being unhappy that we were having a girl, I just hadn't thought of the possibility.

However, if the next child (assuming we have another like we want to) is a girl, we are done. I figure that I can hold my own at 3 to 1, but at 4 to 1, not even a basement man cave would save me.

Gabrielmot: lousyskater: themanuf: lousyskater: Gabrielmot: ***snip***

Like I said in another thread, some people are who they are because of their parents, some in spite of their parents.

I knew going in that I am gonna screw up my kid, I just hope to minimize the damage and keep her off the pole.


A noble goal. One I plan on trying to achieve if I ever have a girl.

-Although I have known some pretty awesome girls that were strippers (smart, head on straight, going somewhere in life -one is a doctor last I checked), I really don't want my future daughter to be one of them.
 
2012-11-28 05:32:35 PM

cryinoutloud: Bad parents don't know they're bad parents. That's why they don't do it better.


^^^^^^^^^^^ Bingo. They actually think they've done quite well, and when you bring up any of a thousand for instances they go into auto-denial and change the subject.
 
2012-11-28 05:33:39 PM

Spade: My love life was more important than you.

Yup. Wife and I already had this conversation. Our kids will never be more important than us.

And on the "you must act this way as your behavior reflects on me" we'll damn right.


Why do people like you breed?
 
2012-11-28 05:35:56 PM

NASAM: Spade: My love life was more important than you.

Yup. Wife and I already had this conversation. Our kids will never be more important than us.
.

You are going to be a shiatty parent.



Yep--I'd have to go with future shiatty parent. You don't even understand the original comment was basically aimed at those who tramp around town rather than raise their kids. Having a strong marriage is different.

tblax: My mother tells me I'm just like my father (who used to beat and rape her) when I disagree with her. Seems sorta farked up to me




Just retort with a sarcastic "Yeah, mom. Let's list all the times I beat and raped you. None? Zero? Ok, now that we've established you're partially crazy, go sell it somewhere else."
 
2012-11-28 05:36:35 PM
Fark always keeps things in perspective. I had a comparatively awesome childhood, despite fighting a bit with my mom during the 12-14 years.
 
2012-11-28 05:36:40 PM
No Such Agency: Grapple:
She leaves the house for 6 hours for a ride on her motorcycle say, twice a week.., I stay home with my son. Suddenly, I'm not paying enough attention to her and we should consider ourselves "separated". Really?

Hide a GPS on the bike, then take the fact that it's parked in the lot at the motel for 10 hours a week straight to court. Lawyer up, delete Facebook and hit the gym.


This.
 
2012-11-28 05:37:10 PM

ChipNASA: "Mommy doesn't love me any more, that's why I love you more".....

[1.bp.blogspot.com image 237x320]

/few bites.


img.myconfinedspace.com
 
2012-11-28 05:37:32 PM
Moving to Tennessee from the Chicago area back in 86 was a terrible shock to me. To go from a clean suburb to the Bible Belt where I was a friendless, Godless dork and got bullied every day up until high school. As a result, I didn't do too well in school.

I brought home my first report card (which had some F's on it), and my dad called me an asshole and a worthless piece of shiat. I was eleven at the time.

That was kind of the norm, though. He didn't get physical very often, but he was a weapons-grade dick most of the time and I still have issues with men in authority positions.

Not as bad as the abortion thing, but I think most of us have scars (emotional and physical) that our parents gave us. The best we can do is learn from it and try to be better parents then they were.
 
2012-11-28 05:39:11 PM
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2012-11-28 05:41:42 PM
"Oh shiat! Children are work?!?!?! I thought they would be easy like me!!!"
 
2012-11-28 05:43:15 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Spade: My love life was more important than you.

Yup. Wife and I already had this conversation. Our kids will never be more important than us.

And on the "you must act this way as your behavior reflects on me" we'll damn right.

Why do people like you breed?


Why does anybody?

But Sorry if I don't think children are special little snowflakes that deserve 100% of everything.

Wife's not breast feeding either.
 
2012-11-28 05:45:27 PM

Spade:

Wife's not breast feeding either.


Cause them titties is all yours, amirite!?
 
2012-11-28 05:50:00 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Spade:

Wife's not breast feeding either.

Cause them titties is all yours, amirite!?


She doesn't want to. Feels it takes too much time. She has a career she's worked hard for and doesn't feel the need to bow to any little tyrants.

/second wave baby
 
2012-11-28 05:51:07 PM
Not all the things you learn in boy scouts are about tying knots and camping.

I remember the time I noticed that while I had a bunch of problem scouts, what I really wanted to do was beat up their dads. No idea how they treated their sons (other than causing them to grow up like them), but there was that.

/from before the "are you or have you ever been?" era
//it's the other things that stick with you
///also a great cure for budding libertarians. See above: they aren't growing out of it.
 
2012-11-28 05:52:00 PM
fickenchucker:
tblax: My mother tells me I'm just like my father (who used to beat and rape her) when I disagree with her. Seems sorta farked up to me



Just retort with a sarcastic "Yeah, mom. Let's list all the times I beat and raped you. None? Zero? Ok, now that we've established you're partially crazy, go sell it somewhere else."

She's more than partially crazy, the last time she made that comparison it was in an argument that started over how I parked my car on the street front of her house..
 
2012-11-28 05:55:08 PM
I was jealous of you. When you were born, your mother father paid more attention to you than to me, so I started to see you as competition.


/Modern day reality
//Single Father
 
2012-11-28 05:55:29 PM

tblax


fickenchucker:
tblax: My mother tells me I'm just like my father (who used to beat and rape her) when I disagree with her. Seems sorta farked up to me

Just retort with a sarcastic "Yeah, mom. Let's list all the times I beat and raped you. None? Zero? Ok, now that we've established you're partially crazy, go sell it somewhere else."

She's more than partially crazy, the last time she made that comparison it was in an argument that started over how I parked my car on the street front of her house..


What did you do, dent the fender and jam it in somewhere you weren't allowed?
 
2012-11-28 05:57:25 PM

flyinglizard: Gabrielmot: Weak article is weak... here's what *real* bad parents say...

Mom: You should thank me because your father wanted to abort you.
Dad: That's not true! It was your mom who wanted to abort you.

/beat that Fark, I have the worst parents in the world... prove me wrong.

They let you live.


Please tell me YOU are not a parent and/or never plan to have children.
 
2012-11-28 06:01:26 PM
Two most often phrases repeated by my step mother (just because birth parents aren't the only bad parents)..

"i never wanted kids, that's why i had my tubes tied before i met your father."
and
"i should never have married a man with children, but now we just have to make the best of it"

wasn't fun.


haven't spoken to my parents in 3 years. they repeatedly treated MY two step children like they didn't exist, and treated my daughter like she was the second coming of christ. i repeatedly told them to knock it off. they didn't. sooo... i told them they didn't need to be a part of any of our lives.

What pisses me off the most is that it still bothers me...
 
2012-11-28 06:04:35 PM
Visited my cousin and her three kids over Thanksgiving.

I have to wonder what the taboo against free range kids causes this. They are great people, but wildness and competitiveness make you wonder where they are going. I can't imagine being a good parent all the time (i.e. being a good parent) in a three ring circus like that. Ship them outside and stay sane.
 
2012-11-28 06:05:51 PM
20 years from now, Fark 12.0, similar thread....

"I've got you all beat! Look what I found when I was looking through my dad's old Fark posts...

Spade: My love life was more important than you.

Yup. Wife and I already had this conversation. Our kids will never be more important than us.

And on the "you must act this way as your behavior reflects on me" we'll damn right.

"
 
2012-11-28 06:06:52 PM

kindms: There is some truth to this blog.

I know that I resented that my dad divorced my mom. Even though he was actively involved etc etc there was just something that always bothered me as a younger person. As I have gotten older and see him more of guy vs. my dad it is much easier to understand the decisions he made etc. I might not like some of those decisions but as man to man it is much more understandable and I can relate to it much more easily than I could at 15 or so.

I think a lot of it comes from experience with love. Love isn't always great or easy. I don't think you really learn that until you get older.




Not just love, experience with everything in life. Looking back I realized that my father struggled with a lot of shiat that nobody else recognized. I think I will be kind and not mention my mother....but my dad was the father of the 20th century.....and the entire world did nothing but shiat on him.
 
2012-11-28 06:09:27 PM

AJisaff: i repeatedly told them to knock it off. they didn't. sooo... i told them they didn't need to be a part of any of our lives.

What pisses me off the most is that it still bothers me...


It'll pass, but it does take a long time. You're doing the right thing by your kids, and from the sound of it, for yourself, too. Go, you!

My kids never knew my mother. They asked and when they were old enough to handle it, I told them why. They understood.
 
2012-11-28 06:15:11 PM

Spade: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Spade: My love life was more important than you.

Yup. Wife and I already had this conversation. Our kids will never be more important than us.

And on the "you must act this way as your behavior reflects on me" we'll damn right.

Why do people like you breed?

Why does anybody?

But Sorry if I don't think children are special little snowflakes that deserve 100% of everything.

Wife's not breast feeding either.


You are a selfish douche. Why in the world would you want to have kids that are going to cut into your "me time".

Seriously, do us ALL a favor and sterilize yourself.
 
2012-11-28 06:17:35 PM
If you can't be a good example for your kids, at least try to be a horrible warning.
 
2012-11-28 06:28:09 PM
Natural News is InfoWars for hippies.
 
2012-11-28 06:28:49 PM
GORDON:

Here's one most Farkers never got: You aren't as smart as you think you are, and you are not important at all, in the grand scheme of things.

Accept that and become happier.


Well yeah. So why are you here giving us dimwits such obvious advice? Don't you have a wonderful life to live somewhere else?
 
2012-11-28 06:32:58 PM
See this son?

This is daddy's basement
Do not go down to daddy's basement
Because if you go
... You might never return.

*opens door*

1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-11-28 06:33:53 PM

The One True TheDavid: GORDON:

Here's one most Farkers never got: You aren't as smart as you think you are, and you are not important at all, in the grand scheme of things.

Accept that and become happier.

Well yeah. So why are you here giving us dimwits such obvious advice? Don't you have a wonderful life to live somewhere else?


In less than 28 minutes, later than 25.
 
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