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Favorite memory of dad?
Posted 9/26/12
Watching and laughing at steven segal movies over a few brewskies. Also going fishing with him and my grandfather by the beach
Posted 9/26/12
When he would bring me home candy after work everyday,
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Posted 9/26/12
No idea, I repress a lot of memories about my family xD
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Posted 9/26/12
Watching and playing soccer together. Also teaching him how to play COD 4.
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Posted 9/27/12
A few years ago we had a week in Orlando and we went to the Theme Parks two days in a row and walked around the entire time. At the end of the night the four of us (Mom, Dad, Brother, and Me) decided to race to the car just to have some of our competitive spirits give us the willpower to get to the car.

My Mom and Brother were really walking fast, but the sad part is that me and my Father were RUNNING and giving it our all and we still were barely moving. It felt like a literal physical slow motion, and we tried our very best to beat the other person. What made it so funny and great is that my Mom thought we were faking and we were completely serious.

Also....
Posted 9/27/12 , edited 9/27/12
None................. I was born in a test tube.
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Posted 9/27/12
My dad died when i was 14 so any memory of him is cherished.
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Posted 9/27/12
My favorite memory of dad? Every day with him is my favorite memory <3
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Posted 9/28/12
I only got a step dad, though he's pretty cool. He's a very collected person. I don't have a particular favorite memory of him, but a favorite thing he does if he is in a good mood.

He's just really silly. He'll say random funny stuff, or he'll wake up early and cook a mad feed. Or, if he's in a real good mood like the other day, he drove his car straight up the driveway and into the garage (we don't park in the garage) he's just a cool bloke.
Posted 9/28/12
I'm not a fan of my dad and it was surprisingly hard to come up with something, but I remember one time as a kid, I was dressed up as a tiger for the nordic equivalent to halloween and we were going to this school thing with all the other kids. At the entrance my dad discovers he'd forgot our tickets so he drives back home without me to get them. For a moment I'm thinking every child's worst nightmare has come true and I think I've been abandoned, so I start crying furiously. Some time later my dad returns and comforts me, apologizing for leaving without me.

I was a scared, scared child.
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Posted 9/28/12
When I was really little I saw him in the shower. He yelled at me to get out of the bathroom and I pointed at his privates and said "That looks like a sausage in a rolled up sock."

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Posted 9/28/12
Favorite memory of dad? hmmm I'd say when he walked out and I haven't seen him to this day. Like the saying goes "Any man can become a father, but it takes someone special to become a dad."
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Posted 9/28/12
I remember having tons of fun with my dad, like that time he skipped town before I was born and I never met him...Wait a second.
Posted 10/1/12
Every dinner time is a memory.
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Posted 10/1/12 , edited 10/1/12
the day i saw him raise his voice at a family meeting. he's an extremely respectful and very unsociable man, and his sisters are a bunch of bitches; so it was a really good moment to see him go against everything he is, just to step on their pride


on a 'sweeeeter' note, i really liked our Sundays together. we'd go to church with the family, then head back home and make breakfast together. now, we don't really do that anymore since us kids are at university :\
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