Dad Of The Year 2013 [Pic]

Submitted by: Cy 3 years ago in

Close the competition this guy won. Got me right in the feels.
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Male 676
Awesome job dad. Your little guy will remember the consideration and love you show him throughout his life. You will most likely be payed back twice over in return.
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Female 6,381
sosueme: Innat the truth! (And your post was really funny!)
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Male 14,835
When he arrives, tell his dad "You`re the second angry bird to come tonight."
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Female 4,447
@xxredxx, my brother is epileptic and he is only occasionally photosensitive, though he does his best to avoid strobing lights and the such, just in case. He games extensively, but would avoid the disco, for example. His seizures tend to come out of nowhere, and more so when he is overly tired. It`s a frightening thing to live with. It has made life very hard for him these last couple of years, and it kills me to see him have to go through that. Bravo to this dad for wanting to give his son a more normal life.
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Male 2,376
see, i would have collected the candy then bartered it at school for cool stuff and kisses from girls. missed opportunity.
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Male 2,424
Too...many...feels...
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Male 439
I love playing "parent of the year" roulette on this site. You never know when you click on it whether you are going to get a story like this or a picture of a guy giving his baby a bong hit while he hold s glock in his other hand. I definitely prefer this type, although the other ones are kinda funny.
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Male 194
@djwajda
No, most I know have already been posted here.
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Male 883
@BlackHaze

Maybe you have some interesting posts then?
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Male 194
Repost.
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Male 883
My daughter just turned 9 and ever since she was big enough to go trick or treating we have had to of course carry the bag and let the houses know we`re getting it for her.

My oldest son and I generally would take turns and since we do the same neighborhoods every year it works out pretty good but you`ll usually get one or two people that look at you like you`re a liar.

It`s now passed on to my middle son since the oldest ran away to college so we`ll see how things go this year. I greatly applaud Fletcher`s dad for this. It`s not easy with a child that has any form of a special need when it comes to things like holidays.
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Male 38,501

What a world we live in. A father does what a parent is supposed to do and we`re all just amazed and awed by him.

Still, he is a great dad
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Female 4,039
I guess that kind of makes up for him naming his kid Fletcher.
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Male 37,826
@kvetcher: I hope so! Community is a wonderful thing! If 100 neighbors are aware of Fletcher`s difficulties? That cannot be a bad thing.

Again: Bless this Dad, and all the neighbors who co-operated!

@stk5m: And bless YOUR heart too! :heart:
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Male 213
Also, I suppose every year from now on, neighbours will know to get in the usual candy for Halloween, and a little toy for Fletcher. (Dad certainly shouldn`t have to do it each time.)
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Male 653
@xxredxx Photosensitive epilepsy is quite uncommon, or so my neurologist would have me believe...
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Male 322
Totally doing this for my autistic 12 year old brother. He deserves some fun!
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Male 37,826
Noe THAT is a good Dad!

The diet that kid is on is STRICT! But apparently it works really well, so good for them.

@xxredxx: I think he has a different kind of epilepsy... much more severe, different causes & etc. I ain`t no expert though ;-) Just as anyone on IAB! I know nothing!! :-)
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Male 425
Parenthood at it`s best!
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Female 43
Wouldn`t the Halloween decorations (blinky/strobe lights) put him into an epileptic seizure?...
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Male 72
@freddyferret
Maybe a little extreme but what the hell? Let`s go for it.
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Male 43
Dad level 1000
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Male 1,164
No matter what I do in life, I don`t think I could ever live up to that dad`s level. All my props to him and Fletcher.
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Male 11,740
Yep, he rocks. That is what every parent should strive for in life.

@basketcase - Whether that was sarcasm or not, you are a major tool. The king of all tools. You should have your dick chopped off and shoved up your ass until it comes out your mouth. Yes, I mean it. You make the biggest jackass on the planet look like a nice guy.
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Male 1,182
don`t give me chores to do
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Male 4,746
What a great Dad!
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Male 72
Somebody get that man a medal.
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Female 1,540
Wow...that is pretty awesome >^.^<
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Female 254
that. is. awesome.
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Male 870
Link: Dad Of The Year 2013 [Pic] [Rate Link] - Close the competition this guy won. Got me right in the feels.
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