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By Anonymous - / Monday 12 December 2011 03:38 / United States
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By  ComTlancy  |  12

Are you dead serious about this?

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By  ComTlancy  |  12

Are you dead serious about this?

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  Meme1988  |  18

But.. The op didnt call his father for at least a year.. So he write Fml about??? I mean.. He didn't care/love him... Why would his life be Fu**ed?? I see no reason for that! Just wondering...

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That's what I was thinking. How is this an FML? You hated him, he hated you. Now he's gone and you clearly say you don't actually care, so your life isn't actually fucked in the slightest

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  rohanmo  |  9

44 - Rawr

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  Meme1988  |  18

But.. The op didnt call his father for at least a year.. So he write Fml about??? I mean.. He didn't care/love him... Why would his life be Fu**ed?? I see no reason for that! Just wondering...

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  kyarush  |  10

Go take a FAT shit right on his head stone.

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  yumlicious  |  4

Because you know... Someone just sits there and thinks, "Let's go publish a fake story anonymously about how shitty of a relationship I had with my father"

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It's a serious fml when op doesn't care that the man who helped conceive him is dead? This is a ydi, full on. I understand if you have a bad father or don't get along, but when your father dies, you'd be a heartless a**hole not to care at all. YDI, dick

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  crackz12  |  10

Not true at all. Theres a line that a father can cross that can make you not only not care about his death but actually want it. The whole idea of a biological love connection to someone is the main basis for people staying in abusive relationships with their parents. Fyl op and if your father was shitty enough for you to care about his death than fuck him too

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  hellonyancat  |  6

Why should a person automatically feel love for a man just because he happened to screw his mother and get her pregnant? I mean, that's not an immediate right to that child's love. A lot more is needed after that and if this guys father wasn't there, or was just shit at being a father then he's totally within his rights not to care when that sperm donor died.

By  Pixie333  |  6

How could you not care that your father died?

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  zinoxity  |  23

I think it's quite obvious why....

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  shannonreneee  |  11

You don't know their relationship. There are a lot of reasons why someone wouldn't care. The father obviously didn't care for the son if he didn't want him at his funeral either.

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  Hansemans  |  17

In some situations, it is easy to say not to care when in fact, you still do. If the father explicitly adds in his will that OP is not welcome, that means he cares a great deal about whether OP will be there or not. If he really didn't care, he would not have written it. Also, if OP really didn't care, it would have been obvious that the grave offense in the will would be worse than the father passing away. But it is not, so even though they probably had a fall-out, in a way both still care (except of course for the father who cannot care anymore). But are too proud to admit.

By  JojoChuo  |  8

Wow, sorry about that. Atleast his funeral has passed & you're not at home alone thinking about it.

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  candiicane  |  12

He couldve been a loving father when OP was young, and then OP fucked up enough for the dad to hate him. You don't know what happened between them, so don't say he didn't deserve to have children.

By  tsim_fml  |  0

His funerals a year after he died?

By  stormer461  |  13

Son? Is that you? Sorry about that. By the way the internet here in hell is prime for starcraft.

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