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1. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 09:24 BST
Maybe taking him out to a ball game buying a kiss the cook aprin when he grills out or maybe even a new grill as a present what are you doing?I kinda bought my step dad a new Grill he needed 1 the last one lasted 6 years somehow then finally just fell apart due to rust & old age so we bought him a new one. (Its wood burning & gas.) My real dad i bought him a 5 DVD Collection set of Samurai Warriors DVD 10 FILMS 15 HOURS he works alot i'm not near him since i'm in Texas & he's in Virginia so i don't know what he wants he doesn't ever ask for anything kinda stubborn xD!
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2. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 09:31 BST
Whoa, Father's day is in September for us!
3. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 09:33 BST
I don't really do much for Father's Day. My mom will probaby make a special dinner or something, but that's about it. Certainly no crazy spending like you describe, Tails86!
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4. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 09:37 BST
Hoping he gets run over by a large truck since the piece of s**t left when I was 8.
Corbie i'm sorry... you could come over for a barbecue sometime how do you like your steak?
5. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 09:37 BST
New grass in the backyard, cause I planted it and I am the only one making sure it still grows. Or get him to play Doom again on his laptop or something.
@Corbie - make it a Mack Truck and JATO rockets attached and you have yourself a winner
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6. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 09:39 BST
Aww, Corbie... Stuff like that is why I hate these holidays. Not my personal problem, but I know people who DO have that problem, and I sympathize.
7. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 09:39 BST
Well considering i have a home & he's allowed me to stay as long as i like (plus he pays for everything) i think i should give him something in return :3
8. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 09:56 BST
Yeah, maybe so. It's just not generally how my family treats the holiday, though. We never have. Plus the kind of expendature you're talking about is a LOT of money at my current pathetic work hours. Even if I DID have a history of giving Father's Day gifts, I'd have to scale back due to getting $30-some-odd paychecks the past couple months.
9. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 10:00 BST
well i'm earning right now about 34+ hours this week & 24+ the following so when ever i get paid i give my folks 1/3 of my check (For Room Board & Food) rest is mine for whatever i want to use it on.
10. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 10:06 BST
Even if your parents died of natural causes, it can still cause sadness around these holidays! At least, that's what some older people tell me. I believe them.
@Tails86: If I was getting those kinds of hours, I'd probably be doing the same thing. My brother does something like that, but he gets a lot more work than I do, too. Stupid Gamestop cutting hours...
Edited on Sun 14th June, 2009 @ 10:08 by Stuffgamer1
11. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 10:06 BST
I'm Sorry Corbie i'm gonna Delete this topic i've made others sad i'll get rid of it right now i'm sorry Kim Jong & Corbie i'm really sorry...
12. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 10:11 BST
You know this should be a happy topic. I'll delete my comments. Not the place for it really.My apologies.
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13. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 10:13 BST
Corbie if i was there man i hope you wouldn't mind but i thought of something good to maybe put a smile on your face :Holds out a Starfy Poster: Sign it for me Mr. 7?
14. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 10:13 BST
(What was said doesn't need to be repeated)
If he did what I think he did he deserves to skinned alive then buried under a ton of salt.Wow. I feel like crying right about now....
Edited on Sun 14th June, 2009 @ 10:15 by Kim_Jong-Il
15. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 10:17 BST
Well everyone who does have a great father should make sure they know how much you appreciate them. Some people aren't so fortunate. And those of you whose father wasn't so great, let it inspire you to be everything they were not.
Edited on Sun 14th June, 2009 @ 10:18 by Corbs
16. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 10:18 BST
Well everyone who does have a great father should make sure they know how much you appreciate them. Some people aren't so fortunate.
Sweet, sweet irony...
Oh, and Mr. Newton (That's you Corbie): are you a Father yourself?
Edited on Sun 14th June, 2009 @ 10:19 by Kim_Jong-Il
17. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 10:28 BST
I'm Corbert Newton? What a weird name. Oh and no, we don't have any children.
18. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 10:33 BST
OK. My logic: Corbie>Corbert>Bert>Bert Newton>Mr. Newton. Bert Newton is very famous in Australia in case you were wondering, kinda like Oprah in the US (except I've actually heard of her).And I reckon you'd be a great father. I really mean that.
19. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 10:38 BST
Well thanks, that's very kind of you. We might adopt a child at some point down the line. After seeing Daz and Damo have these adorable children, it makes me think about it.
Edited on Sun 14th June, 2009 @ 10:39 by Corbs
20. Posted: Sun 14th Jun 2009 10:55 BST
Want to adopt me?