Do the guys here tell their fathers they love them?

Coquito

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When he's awake he's not in a good mood. When he's drunk, he doesn't comprend. When he's asleep he seems the most vulnerable.
 

Proletariat

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I do.

I never really had a 'real' mother.

I feel I owe it to him for all that he has done... at the very least.
 

CoolTech

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Originally posted by: Proletariat
I do.

I never really had a 'real' mother.

I feel I owe it to him for all that he has done... at the very least.


Great Avatar, gotta love the working class hippy
 

Chaotic42

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I think I've said "I love you" like three times, and I think two of them were when I confused lust for love.

The only emotions I express are anger and disgust. :)
 

aidanjm

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No. But then, I have anger issues re: my parents, and I'm not sure what "love" might mean re: my relationship with them
 

Excelsior

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One time my mom asked him: "Why have you never told your son you love him?"

So he said: "You know I love you son, right?"

I said: "Yeah dad, I know".

Thats it.
 

kukyfrope

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I'll tell you what:

I hardly ever told my old man I loved him. It was around Father's day this last summer and I kind of avoided him most of the day and they left for vacation the next day, were gone for a week and got back. I gave him a big hug and told him I loved him and really appreciated all he did for me--probably one of the most heart-felt moments we had.

He literally died five days later in an accident at home. I was so glad I was able to tell him that, for if I hadn't, I might not have never lived it down.