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War_Hamster 15 points ago +16 / -1

Love this meme. Great message.

Sorry the thread was taken over by some rather unsavory types.

Happy Father's Day to you and to all of the great Dads out there.

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RegularAmerican 11 points ago +11 / -0

Thanks man! You too. This is my first as a father. I'm holding the little guy in my arms as his bottle warms up right now. My wife's relatives just had a big huge Filipino style dinner where the whole table is covered in giant banana leaves and then all sorts of traditional style food piled on with rice and you have to eat with your hands. I almost started to get emotional because I wasn't used to that kind of intimacy with people. Especially ones I don't see that often. Keep in mind some (if not most of them are working in healthcare dealing with actual patients). Still no one wearing a masks or even mentioning the stupid Chynavirus. It was beautiful I really had a nice time and If that were to be my last meal it would have been fine with me.

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BloodElfSupporter 5 points ago +5 / -0

Sounds awesome 😁 Enjoy this wonderful holiday! You deserve it!

As someone who’s likely not going to have kids because of my sexuality, I hope you guys get to make more MAGA children and raise them to be our next generation Patriots! Happy Father’s Day!

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RegularAmerican 1 point ago +2 / -1

Thank you BloodElf. I remember you saying you're not of the straight variety. I'm sure there will be someone close to you who has a child and then you can just enjoy the best moments. My wife's cousin is gay and he's the kindest person. His heart melts for our son and I can tell it makes him sad and he even says how much he wants a baby. But I'm like dude remember you gotta give up all that lifestyle you enjoy and I don't even mean other guys (necessarily). But the single lifestyle is what I mean. Being gay seems like it's a blast when you're still in you're 20s but now that he's nearing in on 30 it's getting more real.

You don't have to be a parent tho to make a positive impact on a young person's life. I recommend doing that if that's all you can do.