Yes, i do

Yes, i do

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narcissussyndrome:

Personally I like the honeymoon hug, though my arm tends to go dead halfway through the night

The spoon and the sweethearts position.. Naked 😍😘❤

narcissussyndrome:

Personally I like the honeymoon hug, though my arm tends to go dead halfway through the night

The spoon and the sweethearts position.. Naked 😍😘❤

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I love looking at girl couples! Its like my porn.. But sweet and cute and makes my heart smile ❤😘

I love looking at girl couples! Its like my porn.. But sweet and cute and makes my heart smile ❤😘

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#sweet

#lesbian

#photos

#couples

Weeeeee! ❤❤❤

Weeeeee! ❤❤❤

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thedailywhat:

Goodbye Letter of the Day: Five years ago, Redditor RegBarc was disowned by his father. He shared his story this week in a thread called “This is how hates sounds”:

In August of 2007, I finally built up the courage to tell my father I was gay. The moment I said it, the phone got quiet and he got off the phone after a few “Okay”s. I decided to give him time to process the news. About a week later, and not long before my birthday, I received the following letter:
“James: This is a difficult but necessary letter to write. I hope your telephone call was not to receive my blessing for the degrading of your lifestyle. I have fond memories of our times together, but that is all in the past. Don’t expect any further conversations With me. No communications at all. I will not come to visit, nor do I want you in my house. You’ve made your choice though Wrong it may be. God did not intend for this unnatural lifestyle. If you choose not to attend my funeral, my friends and family will understand. Have a good birthday and good life. No present exchanges will be accepted. Goodbye, Dad.”
… 5 years on and I am still doing fine, though this letter saunters into my mind every once in a while. When it does, I say without hesitation: F**k you, Dad.

[towleroad]

Most dads are like this #douchebags

thedailywhat:

Goodbye Letter of the Day: Five years ago, Redditor RegBarc was disowned by his father. He shared his story this week in a thread called “This is how hates sounds”:

In August of 2007, I finally built up the courage to tell my father I was gay. The moment I said it, the phone got quiet and he got off the phone after a few “Okay”s. I decided to give him time to process the news. About a week later, and not long before my birthday, I received the following letter:

“James: This is a difficult but necessary letter to write. I hope your telephone call was not to receive my blessing for the degrading of your lifestyle. I have fond memories of our times together, but that is all in the past. Don’t expect any further conversations With me. No communications at all. I will not come to visit, nor do I want you in my house. You’ve made your choice though Wrong it may be. God did not intend for this unnatural lifestyle. If you choose not to attend my funeral, my friends and family will understand. Have a good birthday and good life. No present exchanges will be accepted. Goodbye, Dad.”

… 5 years on and I am still doing fine, though this letter saunters into my mind every once in a while. When it does, I say without hesitation: F**k you, Dad.

[towleroad]

Most dads are like this #douchebags

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thedailywhat:

Passive-Aggressive Toaster of the Day: Finally, a toaster that burns notes into sliced bread. Now if only it were actually available for purchase. Sigh.
[forcesofgeek]

I WANT THIS

thedailywhat:

Passive-Aggressive Toaster of the Day: Finally, a toaster that burns notes into sliced bread. Now if only it were actually available for purchase. Sigh.

[forcesofgeek]

I WANT THIS

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thedailywhat:

Badass Dad of the Day: Here’s the backstory:

There’s a scene in Adam Sandler’s movie, Big Daddy, where Adam dresses up as Scuba Steve, an action-hero, in order to creatively make the boy he’s caring for do things.

Ever since I watched that scene, I’ve wanted to do the same as a father. I’m now a father and can happily do it :)

On July 21, 2012, I surprised my 3-year-old son, Oliver, as Spider-Man in his room. We played with his toys and jumped around. I also made him the promise of going to a trampoline park if he behaved well.

On July 25, 2012, I followed through on my promise and took Oliver to the trampoline park as Spider-Man.

[vvv]

Dads out there must take advice from this cool man-hero

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