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Story time! I was on Student Council when I was in Grade 10 and a group chat was made on facebook. Near the end of the year, I was removed from Student Council by the principal (a misunderstanding, not important). When I was removed from the chat, the Messenger app decided to glitch, and I could still see all messages people sent. I decided to listen to what they had to say about me. The general consensus was that I wasn't everyone's favourite person. During this conversation, a council member said something to the likes of "I can still see his icon showing that he's seen the messages." Another person said "me too, I'm scared." At this point, I wanted to let them know exactly what I thought, when I discovered that I could still send messages. After the "I'm scared" message, I wrote, "You should be." When this happened, they kicked me off the chat for good, but they now know that I heard what they said about me, and they can never take that away from me. Sorry for the long post. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 124)
We salute you for your sacrifice, sir. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 61)
@another Aussie, first off, I’d like to say that I’m sorry for your loss. And I think I speak for the entire funnypics community when I say that our thoughts are with you and your family. I would like to offer some words, in the hope that they help you cope: You say that your father died trying and succeeding to save them, but if he had not, then he would still be alive? If that is the case, consider this: When your father made the decision to risk his life to save another, I’m certain that he knew the risks, one of which was that if he died, he might never see you again, and you might be left without a father. But he went through with it anyways, because some instinctual part of him told him that trying to save them was the right thing to do. And if he risked his life for a complete stranger, then it shows that your father was an honorable and noble man. Your father died a hero. I’m sure that when the end was near, he felt bad about having to leave you behind. But if (continued): on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 60)
@JackSparrowGifGrader, your father left you in this world without him to guide you through it, he must’ve thought that you were ready. And with a role model as brave as your father having raised you, I’m certain that you too will one day become as great a person as your father was. Remember what he taught you. Remember that he died to save the lives of others. Remember that he will always be with you, as long as you don’t forget the sacrifice he made, and always try to treat people with as great respect and kindness as he did. Try to be the person that your father would want you to be. Try to act in a way that would make him proud. And honour him by learning from the lessons he taught you while he could. And most importantly, stay strong. He will always be with you, in your heart. He will live on through you, and as long as he is never forgotten, he will never truly be gone. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 60)
My girlfriend and I used to argue with each other. Just little disputes about which show we were going to watch on Netflix, or where we were going to eat dinner. And so, I developed... Drumroll please... The BROWNIE POINT SYSTEM. Whenever I do a romantic gesture like hold the door open for her, I get a brownie point. Whenever one of us earns enough brownie points, we can cash them in for an assortment of privileges and rewards, such as oral while one of us plays Skyrim, or having ultimate veto power when using Netflix, or choosing the restaurant. I think that I may have found the one, and may be a genius. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 84)

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