What a bloody mess
@Fabulous , Two drums and a cymbal fall of a cliff
@DeadXOnyx, *bang bang kshh*
Fvck that “mother”. I don’t know if I could continue to have a relationship with my mom if I found out she did something like that.
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, trust me you would. My mom was a drug addict and left me at random places in random towns with strangers. Consistently left me without a mom or guardians for days at a time. Went from a comfortable home to sleeping on random family member's couches. After all that....after all that... When she lied there half dead in my arms all I could do is tell her I love her and tell her how sorry I was for hating her. Moral of the story is, love your mom... You might regret it.
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, What’s your blood type?
@BabyHulk5577, i admire your love for your mother, I really do. But I can't say Id love my mother if I walked in your shoes. Its just how a person perceives things
@BabyHulk5577, somewhat admirable, I hope you can get the help to heal from such trauma
Yeah... My dad claims he has AB. My mom has 0. I have 0. Something isn't right. I realised that during my biology class as well. Though he isn't sure if it's actually his type ... I should convince him to get it checked.
@A pet named Steve, “dew it”
But jokes aside I hope it’s not a disaster like this story
@BexarMinimum, honestly? I wouldn't mind if he wasn't actually my dad. If he is, he is. If he's not, he's not. Wouldn't change much, I guess.
@A pet named Steve, Similar situation. My mom told us my dad and her were O and we were all O. Gave blood and found out I was B+. Agreed with my doctor to just let it be. My parents were old by that point. Ate me up inside, though - stress from hell. Finally it slipped out. Lots of crying, wondering if I was switched at the hospital (my brother claimed our dogs brought me home as a baby and they just kept me). My dad just looked at me and pointed to the table and said “You ate all those years at that table, your my son.” Finally took a genetic test. Sure enough, they’re my parents. Turned out my mom is B+, too. Her mom had lied to her and told her she was O. My grandmother, who was kinda wild and stern, caused so much grief, stress, and anger with her lie.
@ZohmB, oh man. I'm just glad that in the end, it all cleared up. I'm still sorry though - it must have been a really stressful time, and keeping that secret for so long, thinking that it's true, must've been really painful... I'm glad that you have such an accepting dad, though. What he said is really amazing. I think my dad would do the same, but like I said, there are some reasons that would make me glad not to be his biological daughter, if that makes any sense.
@ZohmB, oh, and I like the way your brother thinks haha
@A pet named Steve, maybe your parents are incorrect about it, I am@hoping the best for ya but hey family is family regardless
@A pet named Steve, Yes, it brought tears to my eyes. And I can understand your situation. When my little niece heard about it all and the DNA results she said something like, “I bet the results were a relief and a disappointment. You’re stuck with all of us!” I just glad it all got cleared up before my dad passed away. I hope however your situation turns out it brings relief/peace for you in the end.
@A pet named Steve, I blame many of my quirks and insecurities on him (my brother)! He’d told me the “dragged home” story when I was 5 or 6. When I got the blood results I remembered it and wondered for a split second. But then the kill-joy voice in my head reminded me we only every had chihuahuas when I was little. Not even the whole pack could’ve dragged tubby me anywhere.
As an Immunology Lab TA who teaches blood typing: Check actual medical records. A student looking for agglutination (when half of premeds can’t even spell it correctly) is much less accurate than actual professionals determining the results.
Also, half the students don’t follow instructions and use the first drop of blood. That first drop can be contaminated with alcohol from the swab we used to sterilize the finger.
Currently teaching genetics in middle school and wonder if this will happen one day. Fortunately, nothing so far!
Why would the prof even press the matter? Wouldn't he realize what could be going on, and keep his mouth shut?