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    • I fucking hate it. My mom does this all the time, don’t get me wrong if he asks I will 100% drop everything to help but when I ask he always says nah, and then my mom just gets disappointed? Like nigga fr
      Leafeon 31 jul
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    • Its worse when its the opposite. 'Dad: why arent ypy helping your mom? Me: do you need help mom? Mom: oh yes, if you're offering, deep clean the entire house top to bottom and iron my clothes, then make dinner.'
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    • Yup.
      FrostPunk 30 jul
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    • My mom has an anger problem and doesn’t fucking accept it, she says she’s just teaching but this shit is different... i swear to god if a father threw a fucking plate at a child (and hit them) everyone would fucking call child services
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    • Ehh I'm sorta in the middle of this. Cause whenever my parents ask for help I always do, I don't like it but I do it. But sometimes I make mistakes or don't hear requests correctly and then my mom calls me disappointing and tells me I need to pull my head out of my ass while my dad defends me. (1/2)
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    • It's was the opposite for me when I lived with them. Mom would just clean and my step dad would yell at us to help her and shes like dude I'm fine let then play
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    • Yo this is exactly what happens to me
      Yatsuto 3 aug
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    • Exact reason I never mowed a lawn until I was 19
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    • not even shitting u thats 100% correct
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    • Tough dudes will never say yes. It's how they were raised. Your not going to change them. So instead of complaining, help, bond, change from the inside. Without being asked.
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    • If you have good parents, helping shouldn't be something you have to be asked to do. I dont watch someone struggle while seated and belch out, "need help?"
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    • Then when I do help he'll get pissed at me for picking up the wrong screwdriver and tell me to go.
      iamspeed 3 aug
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    • Every Saturday and sunday of my childhood
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    • Moms are the same it's like "mom do you need help with anything" then shes like "nah no thanks I'm fine" then like 5 mins later "omfg no one ever wants to help me with anything"
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    • Yup
      FMYM 3 aug
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    • Hey mom do you need me to help? "No I got it" *runs to help her do whatever it is shes doing* "no i got it" *later during argument* "you never do anything around here all you do is just sit in your room all day" 😒
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    • Story of my fucking life.
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    • Oh shit hold up I need to show my mom this
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    • Alright mom. Help him out then
      BamPro 2 aug
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    • I always give my son something to help with to make it fun (though it's normally my daughter who asks to help)
      2Bound 2 aug
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    • Zephex3 2 aug
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    • it do be like that
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    • I dont have a dad
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    • I only get to see my dad 2 weeks out of the year. Nigga lives in Dubai under government contract to support the family. I love him
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    • This is accurate asf then we get yelled at cause he doesn’t want help lmao
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    • White people problems
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    • Accurate
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    • I dont see the mom helping
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    • You guys have dads??
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    • "Why aren't you helping your mom?" Well why aren't YOU helping your fucking wife??
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    • CORRECT
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    • It do be like that
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    • Or you can help your fucking husband?
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    • Why would I wanna help someone who does nothing but yell at me when I'm trying to help?
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    • My dad "you never do anything around this house" also my dad "no it's fine I can do it myself"
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    • My mom
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    • Nope. They both ask me for help all of the time.
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    • My mom does everything she can on her own then bitches that nobody helped after the fact. But she's very good at some of the things she does so why get in her way
      Fuzzee 1 aug
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    • This happens all the damn time
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    • Sounds like the mom feels inadequate and is projecting her insecurity on her son
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    • Women will make you feel guilty regardless.
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    • This with parents swapped. Like if she needed help she would ask, she’s capable of doing shit on her own
      jace4604 1 aug
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    • Holy crap a relatable meme
      lukeu28 1 aug
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    • My dad only ever taught me how to hold the flashlight the right way instead of how to fix a car
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    • Turian 1 aug
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    • Whenever I ask my dad if I can help he just says it’s okay and then goes along ignoring me
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    • as it should b
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    • Or the “ask your father” then u ask ur dad and he goes “ask your mother” and then ur just like bruhhhhhh
      rdoz 1 aug
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    • Other way around for me
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    • I find this funny but highly unrelatable
      IceRicer 1 aug
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    • My dad never asked when his dad needed help, he just helped, so he expects me to help without asking, but I have no idea how
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    • Hold the god damn light steady!
      Punlines 1 aug
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    • My mom does this to me so often at this point that I’m starting to think she’s projecting. She’s about 60, out of shape and very frail to the point where she can’t do much.
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    • You need to learn to show initiative. Look your dad in the eyes and tell him to fuck himself and help him anyways
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    • Pro tip: when your parents pull this shit, say “how will I ever learn and be able to help when you won’t let me or teach me.” Then walk off leaving them to their thoughts
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    • Sometimes my mom will ask me to go help my dad with something, I’ll get there and ask if he needs help, he says no, then I go tell my mom and she says, “ok” then I go do whatever I was doing.
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    • Nah fuck that shit, my dad asks me to do so much random bullshit. Especially when he used to drink. He would yell for me to grab him a beer from the fridge, 10 feet from him on the couch, while I'm in my room on a different floor of the house
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    • If you ask me, I will help you out. But don't just expect me to offer my services for a commitment that will take a MINIMUM of half the day and expect me to ask if you need help. If you don't ask me, I assume you got it under control and you don't need me. It takes 2 seconds to ask for help.
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    • Seriously
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    • It’s like that for me except it’s my dad who yells at me for being ‘lazy and ungrateful’ yet EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. I ask him if he needs help he says no. I tried to get a job and pay him money and he denies the money. He doesn’t let me help or contribute $, then yells at me for not doing anything :/
      dj_408 1 aug
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    • Women expect help without asking for it lmao, so when they see a man working they think he needs help even though he never asked
      zahmanx 1 aug
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    • Imagine having a dad lol
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    • Cringe dad
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    • Bruh my family does this directly to my siblings and when we ask if they need help well. N O
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    • Damn, I see a lot of you niggas hating on your mom. Disrespecting your mother is cringe, don’t forget it
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    • If I asked he would say no, do I just started doing whatever he was doing to help out. I'm the same way, if you ask if I need help ill say no to not inconvenience you, but if you do it anyways ill gladly accept it.
      AnG3lo_ 1 aug
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    • I love this because all 3 are right. The mother is teaching her kid to help and to be mindful of how hard the dad works. The kid accepts this and with out disrespecting his mom offers to help is dad. Dad is just doing his thing and not burdening his family
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    • Me: hey dad think you could show me how to work on cars? Dad: sure *also Dad five minutes later* ARE YOU FUCKING STUPID?! YOU SHOULD KNOW THIS ALREADY!! Me: sorry...
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    • Just help him anyhow. That's when you will learn the most
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    • It goes both ways in my house. My dad will also tell us to help mom with folding laundry and I’ll go start helping and she’ll say “don’t worry I got it” but I’ll usually just keep helping anyway
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    • Every time
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    • The annoying part for me is my mom would act like we had hours and hours of work to do and make sure we were up every weekend early to get it done. Then it would take about 30 minutes.
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    • I do a ton of shit, am an electrician, done construction, and my mom still does this when I’m over and my dad is working on something. Like nigga, relax. If the man needs help he will ask
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    • I dont live with my dad :)
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    • That's how it is
      Fuccadis 1 aug
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    • mom: why doesn’t anybody ever help around here ?! me: what do you what help with? mom: oh you’ll probably just screw it up anyway
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    • Not for me lol, my parents got.... dun dun dun.... divorced.
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    • Story of my life
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    • This goes two ways
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    • Women are always getting upset about shit that isn't their business.
      maceace 1 aug
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    • Woman moment
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    • It's great being a dad
      FoxyBork 1 aug
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    • Yeah...I’ll ask my mom if she needs help and she tells me no, then says something sarcastic after she finished doing what she was doing, like I didn’t just offer to help
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    • At least ur mom loves ur dad 😔
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    • Can't relate, no dad
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    • It is like this though. My parents complain about my brothers and I not doing much around the house, but if they’d ask I’de happily do whatever is needed.
      Joo_Dee 1 aug
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    • I fucking love this meme format idk why
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    • Any of y’all get allowances? I’m jealous I don’t get paid for doing nothing
      BLU3Boi 1 aug
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    • I always hate that when I offer they pass and I feel useless
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    • If you don’t ask for my help you probably don’t want my help
      Jilms 1 aug
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    • Yep
      BrookIyn 1 aug
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    • It may look like work to my mom, but my dad enjoys the alone time in the yard
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    • This is how a lot of problems probably start
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    • It's reversed for me
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    • I hate when my parents get pissed that I didn’t want to go somewhere but they gave me the fucking choice
      ecto1301 31 jul
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    • My work life to a T
      Briguy70 31 jul
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    • I was just helping my dad put up shiters at another house cause huricane
      lemon_dog 31 jul
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