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My Son Deserves to Live Like a Normal Kid

Found by Stephanie in Calgary, Ontario, Canada

Found it on my way home from work. I hope that life turns up for this person.


  1. orinocowomble says:

    on September 19, 2012 at 6:54 am
    I haven’t had a vacation since 1996. A lot of people don’t, ever. Trying to provide for 2 people on a pension is tough, too. And we all have to pay our creditors eventually, one way or the other. Pay your bills or pay dues.

  2. Librarian in the Woodwork says:

    on September 19, 2012 at 9:21 am
    “I deserve to be discharged” [rather than arrested? or flat out fired? or …] Or did she mean “I DON’T deserve to be discharged”?

    But then “I need a fresh start” seems to suggest that, yeah, I DO want to be let go from work one way or the other.

    Most of us don’t make a ton of money. You’ll make less if you ARE discharged.

    I feel most sorry for the kid. HE didn’t make the mess, but has to live with the results.

    Maybe one of you could become an American Apparel model.

  3. orinocowomble says:

    on September 19, 2012 at 2:32 pm
    Oh. I just thought. “Discharged” as in “from mental health facility.” She probably went into meltdown and her kid is in care.

  4. Hiplainsdrifter_HPD says:

    on September 20, 2012 at 4:47 pm
    Note dropped on curb and financial worries beginning to dissipate as her first john rolled down his window and asked her to get in….

  5. Kitwench Ferret says:

    on December 31, 2012 at 12:29 pm
    Discharged is a legal term – it means released from obligation to pay debts.