subversiveparenting:

just so you know
improvising fatherhood doesn’t support families in crisis
it’s too “silly”
yet, “IF” does seem to have time for bringing in ad revenue, however

UPDATES
phuckunderwear replied to your photo: just so you know improvising fatherhood doesn’t…
and then theres Shannon who’s literally over here crying. Im so sorry for you guys Maddy
Thank you Shannon. It’s hard for me to choke down that this “father” could brush this off so callously. Maybe fatherhood truly is a joke to him? 
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re: “anon”
I’m posting this here because i am not going to perpetuate this nonsense.
I don’t give a shit about this dude other than that he offended me personally so I’m not publishing the ask, however, in reply: I don’t even use this blog anymore. However, I have stated that my personal posts are separate and that is why I stopped doing them here, as stated in this post. I know my life isn’t “silly” sunshine and rainbows, that does not make it okay for you to insult me by categorizing me as “every other angry young person on the internet”
I am only posting about my family now because this blog gets more traffic and the matter at hand is relevant to those who follow for the most part. I find it interesting, however, that you call me “sophomoric and disrespectful because
2. I publicly called you out for using your “parenting” blog to promote your personal career and for being totally inconsiderate. You didn’t even have to reply to my message, but not only did you merely tell me off you did so with zero empathy or even the slightest hint of condolence. I may be an “angry young person” but I know disrespect when I see it and while you may have chosen “safe” words, you were disrespectful by doing so.
I think people, specifically the parents who support you by bringing in ad revenue for your “silly” blog, deserve to know that. As an aspiring comedian, you really should think about this. Not everything in life is silly but if you are talented enough, you can spin things, especially for a good cause, and especially if you’re already making money off of…essentially nothing. 
This isn’t about you. This is about my family. That said, please visit my blog if you see this post, please click through to the matter at hand. Unless, of course, the loss of a child is too silly for you to handle.

Hi. For starters, I wasn’t the anon who responded to your public posting of my private response to your request. So I think at least some of your anger with me is misdirected, as I didn’t say anything offensive to or about you. 
To say that I don’t support families in crisis is a bit of an exaggeration. You could accurately say I chose not to support your attempt to help families in crisis. And while that may have angered you, it’s really not that different than if I had asked you to post some of my humor posts on your blog. I’m guessing you would have informed me that the focus of your blog is to support families in crisis and not to make silly jokes. 
You have also criticized me for having ads on my site and bringing in revenue. To be clear, on an extremely good month I make $30. 
I also acknowledge that the tags you used for this post (I left them in there) are a result of the pain you are dealing with. 
I’m sorry your situation is awful. I don’t think my refusal to reblog your posts was rude or offensive. I’m sorry the anon who responded to you was rude, but that was not me. 

subversiveparenting:

just so you know

improvising fatherhood doesn’t support families in crisis

it’s too “silly”

yet, “IF” does seem to have time for bringing in ad revenue, however

UPDATES

and then theres Shannon who’s literally over here crying. Im so sorry for you guys Maddy

Thank you Shannon. It’s hard for me to choke down that this “father” could brush this off so callously. Maybe fatherhood truly is a joke to him? 

***************

re: “anon”

I’m posting this here because i am not going to perpetuate this nonsense.

I don’t give a shit about this dude other than that he offended me personally so I’m not publishing the ask, however, in reply: I don’t even use this blog anymore. However, I have stated that my personal posts are separate and that is why I stopped doing them here, as stated in this post. I know my life isn’t “silly” sunshine and rainbows, that does not make it okay for you to insult me by categorizing me as “every other angry young person on the internet”

I am only posting about my family now because this blog gets more traffic and the matter at hand is relevant to those who follow for the most part. I find it interesting, however, that you call me “sophomoric and disrespectful because

2. I publicly called you out for using your “parenting” blog to promote your personal career and for being totally inconsiderate. You didn’t even have to reply to my message, but not only did you merely tell me off you did so with zero empathy or even the slightest hint of condolence. I may be an “angry young person” but I know disrespect when I see it and while you may have chosen “safe” words, you were disrespectful by doing so.

I think people, specifically the parents who support you by bringing in ad revenue for your “silly” blog, deserve to know that. As an aspiring comedian, you really should think about this. Not everything in life is silly but if you are talented enough, you can spin things, especially for a good cause, and especially if you’re already making money off of…essentially nothing. 

This isn’t about you. This is about my family. That said, please visit my blog if you see this post, please click through to the matter at hand. Unless, of course, the loss of a child is too silly for you to handle.

Hi. For starters, I wasn’t the anon who responded to your public posting of my private response to your request. So I think at least some of your anger with me is misdirected, as I didn’t say anything offensive to or about you. 

To say that I don’t support families in crisis is a bit of an exaggeration. You could accurately say I chose not to support your attempt to help families in crisis. And while that may have angered you, it’s really not that different than if I had asked you to post some of my humor posts on your blog. I’m guessing you would have informed me that the focus of your blog is to support families in crisis and not to make silly jokes. 

You have also criticized me for having ads on my site and bringing in revenue. To be clear, on an extremely good month I make $30. 

I also acknowledge that the tags you used for this post (I left them in there) are a result of the pain you are dealing with. 

I’m sorry your situation is awful. I don’t think my refusal to reblog your posts was rude or offensive. I’m sorry the anon who responded to you was rude, but that was not me. 

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Duck, Duck, Douche
A game so easy, even they can play it.

collegehumor:

Duck, Duck, Douche

A game so easy, even they can play it.

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