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  • 57 46
    Submitted by hurricaneKB on Aug 14, 12 at 12:27am

    Let's all judge since we are all perfect and we read TFLN to hear about good family values

  • 50 37
    Submitted by cfreymarc on Aug 13, 12 at 4:01pm

    The right woman changes that.

    • 40 37
      Submitted by Canadiangirlprob on Aug 13, 12 at 5:38pm

      well this is awkward.. i'm not a lesbian haha

      • 41 36
        Submitted by cfreymarc on Aug 13, 12 at 9:45pm

        If this is your post and chic. You'll eventually end up with a guy that looks, acts and disciplines you just like your father. You'll have lots of sex and children with him and all is well. Typical.

        • 39 42
          Submitted by Canadiangirlprob on Aug 13, 12 at 10:07pm

          lmao i don't have daddy issues thanks.

  • 51 43
    Submitted by blahshutup on Aug 14, 12 at 12:35am

    Just read,laugh and move on already....

  • 48 38
    Submitted by Pronfairy on Aug 13, 12 at 11:31pm

    Never a good idea to claim one of these.

  • 55 52
    Submitted by GetOffMyLawn on Aug 13, 12 at 8:42pm

    Now there's somebody who's not ready to be an adult.

    • 39 39
      Submitted by Canadiangirlprob on Aug 13, 12 at 8:44pm

      You bet your ass i'm not. I'm 19 and still daddy's little girl!

      • 39 33
        Submitted by plygtr85 on Aug 13, 12 at 9:06pm

        oh, to be 19 again...ignorant to the world, thinking that your parents owe you shit, and not giving a fuck about anyone else...

        • 38 48
          Submitted by Canadiangirlprob on Aug 13, 12 at 10:05pm

          speaking of ignorant.. i cook dinner for him and my younger brothers every night after work cause he's a single parent who works his ass off. i clean the house and so one day when I was drunk and really hungry my dad returned the favour. its called mutual respect and good karma

  • 44 41
    Submitted by blondecanuck on Aug 13, 12 at 11:13pm

    @insert, sounds to me like she was raised just fine and is responsible and helps out her family. As for being drunk at 19, the states has it all wrong with a drinking age of 21, *that's* what's fucked up.

  • 46 53
    Submitted by insert_cock_here on Aug 13, 12 at 11:07pm

    So the dad making bacon for his drunk, under 21, daughter is mutual respect & good karma? hahahaha that's not anything but terrible parenting.

    • 38 49
      Submitted by Canadiangirlprob on Aug 14, 12 at 11:45am

      who says i live in the states champ!

      • 31 38
        Submitted by cseelig11 on Aug 14, 12 at 6:04pm

        well if you do live in the states you must be from Wisconsin. :) either way live it up while you can.

  • 40 47
    Submitted by armchairguru on Aug 13, 12 at 11:31pm

    your handle is _slut. 19 and drunk is the least of your, or your dad's problems. How much help are you gonna be in a few months when you are 19 and pregnant?

    • 40 26
      Submitted by this_dude on Aug 14, 12 at 6:46am

      Well, "armchairguru" since we are judging people based on their names. How about you put down the cookies, brush the crumbs off of your stomach, get out of that arm chair and take a couple laps around the block? I thought it was a good post and I wish that I could have gotten that kind of service back when I lived at home. Congrats OP, you are living well.