~  Meow.  ~
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Wake up
It's not easy being the "D -dad." Yea, you know what i mean. The dad that doesn't live in the house. The dad who is excluded from the day-to-day activities of his amazing children. The dad who is nothing but a "paycheck."
Yes. That's me!!!!
Hi. Nice to meet you. Fun things happening in the classroom? Yup, i don't know about them. Friend's birthday party on a weeknight? No clue. All the important paperwork goes "home" in the backpack conveniently leaving out one of the most important figures in the little guys life: his father.
BUT! That's the way it goes, right? RIGHT?!? It's best for the children to have minimal contact with their "paycheck father." Feminists of the world REJOCE!!!!

However, in reality, it SUCKS. Blood really IS thicker than water. And despite the BS, i love my kids more than life itself. I want to spend every waking moment with them. But ONE OF US has to actually make money $$$, and pay the bills. So the burden of financial responsibility falls on me, along with the court-ordered pain of disassociation. And all the liberals roll around in their self-righteousness and beg the all-powerful government to give them more free cellphones and food stamps borne out on the backs of hardworking 9-to-5 men.

And there in lies your social justice.

Welcome to AMERICA.



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Wallenrod  posted on  Monday, September 28, 2015

Masz racje, ale nie zmienisz tej sytuacji przez następne 14 lat wiec staraj się tylko ułożyć sprawy jak najlepiej dla dzieci I dla ciebie.





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