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drogo007

K, Rebecca.

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yorhn

Yeah, i am a father and i know how this shit works, and this is fake AF, fabricated to glorify women, IRL fathers do all of this.

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sugofumma

If you’re not a parent, you won’t understand

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r2i1

Really... Moms being calm and understanding, dads getting crazy.... Really??

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lumirays

I get super along with my mom and stepdad. They're wonderful people and have always been there for me. When I got absolutely shit face wasted, I felt more comfortable calling my stepdad whom I known for 6 years instead of my mother. Not that she wouldn't have understood, but from one man to another, it was most likely that he was much more familiar with the feeling of not being able to stand on your feet due to poisoning yourself with a fuckton of alcohol.

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slientarc

Bruh isn’t it usually the other way around? Lmao

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gorkfist

Thank God I kept your mom up and in a good mood until 3am that night.

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mindlooter

I really really don't think taking away all the consequences, even as mild as a hangover, to prevent the child from learning what responsibility means is good parenting. He wants to drink like an adult? Let him earn money for a cab or drag his drunk ass home in freezing cold, sniffing the asphalt searching for the right way for hours like an adult would.

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griphon20

Female privilige. A boys dad never pick him up. He makes shure he understand the consequences of his decissions

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annairjas

In my family it would be like this as well. I would rush to help while my husband would flip out and yell at our kids

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