By Bob H. - Canada - Qu?bec
Today, my son asked for my help with a personal matter. I was flattered that he trusted me, since he's a paranoid, untrusting psycho. Turned out he wanted to use my locksmith skills to break into his ex's house and "teach her a lesson" for breaking up with him after he cheated on her. FML
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  acerredrum  |  23

#78, Really? THAT'S the issue you find with this? Don't get me wrong, cheating is terrible. Compared to breaking into someones house to teach them a lesson though?

  Just_A_Tree  |  20

At first, my thoughts were "what kind of parents have those thoughts about their own kids?" But then I finished reading it, and ya, this dude needs some help!

  jackycat  |  17

A parent that's honest and actually admits what their kid is like a person. I prefer that attitude over our cultural obsession of parents being persecuted for not blindly adoring their children like little gods.

  fuckercakes  |  21

This guy needs more than counselling, he needs serious 24 hour watch professional help. Please see it that he's given serious treatment OP, before he kills his poor ex girlfriend

  Nexoux  |  18

If the parent already feels that way about his son and under the context given, I think it'd be safe to assume that many talks have already been had.

  nightowl713  |  25

I hope his response also included why it is never ok to break into someone's home and, "teach them a lesson". I feel out of the two things this^ is much worse, than the cheating, for the ex.

By  devildog562  |  33

Dude that kid is definitely touched a little bit. You may want to have a serious sit down with him.... And a shrink.

Oh and the ex girlfriend sounds kind a slutty. Sorry about that .