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My 11 year old son bought me this

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Ah man that's really sweet. Not a father but I know that shows how much he cares and looks up to you. Best of luck with making the team, no matter what I know he'll make you proud. Keep pounding little man, can't wait till you're old enough dear ol' Dad will let you have an account and come post with the big boys.

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That's awesome. You have a good son!

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Yessir! You're doing something right, pappa!

#nohomo

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Thanks guys. Argus, he ain't never seen Pulp Fiction (with good reason) but he asked why Mace Windu is shooting a pear. He thinks it has something to do with annoying orange. lol.

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On this episode of "How to raise your children correctly"....

Damn fine birthday gift you got there.

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That is awesome!

I am a father. my almost twenty month old, and my adopted twelve year old. I'd never expect (nor want) them to spend their earned money on me.

so i can understand the shock. surprise, and pride you must feel!

congrats!

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Yessir! You're doing something right, pappa!

#nohomo

He loves the Panthers. He is obsessed now. And that jersey will never get thrown away. Like every father should think, I think he is the greatest kid ever. It was 3 days after the fact I found out he bought it on his own. I have to admit I cried a little. Not because of the jersey but because he gave all he had to buy it. I think I will keep him. :)

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Niccccceeeeee!!!!! Congrats brother.

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