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    • This may be too wholesome
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    • "He trained him to be a thief" no, it's a spare change drawer, it's free game, we have a bowl at my house for free change if we need a quarter for a cart or if we want to pick up a drink from the store. Are you telling me that y'all are stingy with your pocket change?
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    • Good dads know what they’re doing.
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    • My stepdad used to steal change from my piggy bank so he could buy cigarettes
      Mr_Yoink 8 aug
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    • Touching story, but wouldn’t it make much more sense to just give your son the quarters instead of teaching him to steal?
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    • I'm kinda in a rough financial spot due to a divorce, but my kids have this piggy bank they like to put change in. Every time they're over, w/o them knowing, I take out whatever little change is in there and have them put it in. Once they think it's "full", I "take it to the bank", I withdraw some..
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    • Kids always think their parents are stupid but they know when you think you are being sneaky
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    • That kid knew his dad would give him the money if he asked. And the dad knew the kid wasn’t doing much with some quarters each day. Dad had it planned out since the first day he realized his whole drawer was 4 quarters short like, “ I’m gonna let him think he sneaky” lol
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    • He was feeding your kleptomaniac ass personality
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    • Wow it's almost like you can't enjoy a wholesome meme on iFunny without people complaining about shit. Fuck ya'll
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    • Nothing to do with this. In kindergarten my teacher would give the top two students who could name as many words that started with a certain letter. The students would get four quarters and could get a mini soda from the vending machine. This was before Michelle Obama
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    • Why didn't he just let his kid have the change instead of perpetuating thievery ?
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    • Teaching your child to steal I see.
      Fuktem 7 aug
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    • Wehim 9 aug
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    • That’s nice my dad just cheated on my mom
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    • Well my dad tops that. He spent the last 15 years at the grocery shop to get us milk
      Quran 9 aug
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    • My brother stole all the quarters from my dad’s change jug and spent it all on drugs. The end.
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    • NPC01 8 aug
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    • Everyone liked that
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    • They ALWAYS know when all of their quarters go missing from their change drawer... “hmmm... there are LITERALLY zero quarters in this drawer...”
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    • Adults always know when teenagers or kids are up to something, because they also did those exact same things when they were young. It just wheather or not they choose to react to it.
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    • Instead of teaching his son not to steal
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    • These are the things my Dad always did for me and I do for my two boys.
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    • The thing is. Kids think their parents are dumb. Well, some are. A lot of us were little bad asses also, hard to get over.
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    • Too Wholesome to the point I'm now crying
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    • Change is for slurpees and the homeless.
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    • yo that’s amazing
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    • Ok holy shit
      Mann_Co 8 aug
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    • That's the kind of dad I will strive to be
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    • That actually made my heart sink. Damn man.
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    • JayRon03 8 aug
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    • So he wanted his son to steal
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    • Hell nah... I would have fucking died
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    • Your dad raised you to steal
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    • I once stole a 100 dollar bill from my dad's dresser and he beat me
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    • What's a... D-ad?
      B34RD 7 aug
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    • My dad once cashed a paycheck in pennies to see how many he would get. They were only able to cash $300 in pennies and he was given 10 sacks with a cumulative weight of 165lbs.
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    • When I was in elementary school my dad got drunk and beat me
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    • I didn't come here to cry
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    • I'm not crying you are stop it
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    • I was expecting him to find like a dildo but it was wholesome.
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    • My parents would have told us we were stealing, sneaking, being dishonest, and they would have made us pay it back with interest, and I would’ve been spanked/grounded.
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    • Lately the features have been hitting hard
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    • My parents had a jar of coins on their dresser and in 5th grade I would always get school breakfast by sneaking a dollar from the jar and I thought they never noticed (except the 2 times my mom walked in on me) but then several years later she mentioned always hearing change jingling in my pocket
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    • I once worked at a restaurant that was having a charitable event. we would ask to round up the customers bill This was for children who were terminally ill. I asked this gentlemen if he wanted to round up 10¢ and he looked at me and said “does it look like I care about other children?” Some people.
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    • My mom used to have this red coffee container that she kept in a cabinet by the fridge. She had cut a coin sized hole in it and whenever anyone had any change they’d throw it in there. I remember asking my mom if I can get some quarters for the Pop machine by the laundry mat.
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    • Did someone say campfire tricks?!
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    • Lay down, try not to cry, cry a lot
      Nautica 8 aug
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    • Bruh why am I tearing up it wasn’t even that wholesome
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    • God damn Terry crews is a good man
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    • I'm not crying you are...
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    • And that’s how he learned to steal
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    • Teaching stealing at a young age still very wholesome tho
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    • Good dads are a world treasure
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    • bro fruittopia is the drink of the GODS!!!!!!!!!!
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    • When I was in elementary school my dad beat me
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    • He couldn’t just give you the money? He had to keep hoping you would steal it?
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    • arf1049 7 aug
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    • Black kids... "What is a dad?"
      Imall469 7 aug
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    • To everyone who didn't get to experience parental compassion: you are beautiful. You are worth loving, and you deserve happiness and consideration.
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    • Parents know more than they let on. And many many take the extra small step like this to make their kids happy. I wish all kids could experience this.
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    • It’s enough to make a grown man cry
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      Swiigy 10 aug
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    • My stepdad did pretty much the same thing but instead of saying that he said I know you've been taking quarters ya little shit, just bring me back some now and laters
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    • #CantRelateBecauseIDontHaveADad
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    • Man I wish sometimes my dad was like this I cannot even borrow some change from the bowl that we have and I think that there's like 200 dollars in it why won't he just cash it
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    • Who remembers the fruit snacks covered in yoogurt called yogos?
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