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I grew up with drunks for parents. They never really taught me any values. It wasnt until i was 14 that i found someone who actually taught me what it was to have values. At 14 i moved in with my friends family at the request of his father. While his son went out to party every night he kept me home to help him remodel his house, build his garage(twice because of a neighbors error with a tractor), and act as his personal chauffeur. I did this until i was about 23 years old when he finally released me from his service. I didnt want to leave because i knew he still needed me. An opprotunity arose that he knew would make me successful. He kicked me out of his house because i didnt want to take the offer. So i took the job and applied everything he had tought me. The amazing thing is i didnt know i was doing it...he had taught me to work. He taught me to work hard, to take pride in the work you were doing. To quote him "you can have fun now, or you can learn to build a better life" on Lol (Upvotes: 69)
@EddySteady, pretty sure this is aimed at the other side of the spectrum on (Upvotes: 66)
@Canis Arktos, why not...shes so called "thin shaming" fvck that fat bjtch on Rekt (Upvotes: 65)
Fvck that entire family on Shade (Upvotes: 59)
For real...stop being so fvcking sensitive....bjtch needs to grow a pair...and fondle them....and then use a mansize kleenex to clean up after on SJW (Upvotes: 58)

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