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By Anonymous - / Monday 16 July 2012 00:12 / Canada - Brampton
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By  trollfaced  |  2

Then who is your biological father?

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  IOmnomHard  |  10

Did anyone else think that by 'no longer my father' that OPs Dad got a sex change/announced a sex change to OP? I know that's probably not the case. Seems funnier this way though :3

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  humorizer  |  14

I also assumed that the dad sat down to explain he had a sex change and was now "his second mother" (gay adoptive parents often both like being called the dad/mom).

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  Keliosan  |  6

*heavy breathing* OP.....I am not your father.


Now that that's through. I think the best assumption is adoption as disowning someone usually isn't a "lets have a sit down" kind of conversation.

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  Grimmerie  |  31

I doubt that learning of being adopted would cause OP to think of this father figure any differently. I was adopted, and the woman who adopted me is my mother, no questions asked. I've always known I was adopted and it doesn't change a thing.

My first thought was OP's father confessing to being transsexual. It's far more common than people think.

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  citymayer  |  7

I'm kind of offended.. My mom wasn't whoring around when she got pregnant for me.. The guy just left her and moved away before ahe knew she was pregnant and she had no way to contact him and no one to help her find him.

By  LaughinStock  |  16

At first I thought this was going the family guy route. Then I was like hmm maybe I should look at this more seriously. Op at the end of the day he was the one that was always there for you (that's if this was going down the adopted route) :)

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