|Adham Nu'man |
Johnny Johnny Yes Papa
The proper reaction to "it's a parnk" would be to hit him harder.
I'm gonna keep that typo. I like the cut of its jib.
I bet it's the same reaction he had to his wife when she told him the same thing.
|Binro the Heretic |
Have authorities been alerted? I feel we should alert authorities.
"What do you mean by she is pregnant?"
this guy is more intense than like 10 crispin glovers
his body language is amazing, i wouldn't be surprised if he just let a fart go in his sons face when he laid down.
intensity of 10 crispin glovers = 1 decaglover
I love how 2:50 needs no translation.
I'm amazed he didn't hit him harder when he revealed it was a prank.
This reminds me of some years ago when I was listening to some morning radio show and they were having a contest where you trick your spouse by telling them something outrageous and untrue to piss them off, and if they say they still love you afterward, you win concert tickets, and the contestant on when I was listening was instructed to tell her husband that their son wasn't really his, and then he ended up getting pissed and revealing to her that he had been sleeping with her sister for a year.
I mean I'm all for jokes but Jesus, there's a line between "Lets play a joke!" and "Lets see much we can fuck up a relationship for trivial returns!"
Prank or not, that dad's a dick. I know that different cultures treat many of these things differently than my own family (basically if I told them I blew up a building, fucked a corpse and shot it to make more holes to fuck all the while pissing on their front lawn would they get to the point where they'd call the cops or punish me.)
I don't know what the girl did to be called a "bitch" but no father should ever do that to their son no matter what the circumstances.
btw that was a prank. All the people in the building were actors and the corpse was just a hobo so I guess that doesn't quite count. Man my mind goes to weird places. Sorry
dude the father in this needs to live the rest of his life in jail regardless of his past
For what it's worth a person I used to work with got an underage girl pregnant (he was 18, she was 17.) He has to carry the statuatory charges with him for the rest of his life. That'd piss me off if I was his dad, or the dad of the girl, as his career path would be tainted by his actions but I still wouldn't resort to violence.
Yeah leaving off that "btw I didn't really blow up that orphanage mum, it was a joke!" part changed your post somewhat.
It would be royally shit to have your child's future tainted by any significant criminal conviction but instantly kicking the kid in the ribs and then beating them wont solve anything. A big part of being a parent is acting rationally while being enraged according to my experience as a father.
In Appalachia, that usually involves the daughter beating up the father for the pregnancy.
Son gets revenge on father for teaching him to drive, with predictable results.
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