By kay-z - 21/6/2014 20:32 - United States
Today, my dad heard that the guy who bullied me at school died recently of a drug overdose. For some reason, he thinks we were actually best friends, and thinks I'm doing drugs too. I'm now not allowed out of the house except to go to school. He won't listen to a word I say. FML
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By  syki  |  22

My knee-jerk advice would be to prove that you're telling the truth via a drug test, but that would basically turn your home into a police state. I'm sorry, OP. Stick to your story. The truth will out. =/

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By  syki  |  22

My knee-jerk advice would be to prove that you're telling the truth via a drug test, but that would basically turn your home into a police state. I'm sorry, OP. Stick to your story. The truth will out. =/

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  syki  |  22

@30 And then next time he has to "prove" something to his dad? Then what? Not only does it set up a system of "guilty until proven innocent," it also erodes any implicit trust between parent and child. On a macro scale, it's basically safety vs. freedom. If he gives up his "rights" now, what will he have left in the future.

tl;dr: Bro's going to have to pee in a cup every day he lives with his dad.

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  joeyl2008  |  29

#43 I feel like you are extremely overreacting. Who cares if he has to "prove his innocence". That would be a lot better then being grounded for no reason.

By  cyttex  |  13

Dude you need to straight up tell your dad he was a dick to you and you were never friends with him, and if that doesn't work I guess you're out of luck