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Most parents would at least ask...

by BecomingLuke on August 27, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I was in ER for 6 hours because everyone thought I was having an appendicitis, got home walked right past my dad and he said nothing. Most parents would at least ask, "hey what did the doctors say?" or "what's wrong?" But nope, he didn't say anything to me, and his fiance's mom is the one that woke me up to go to my room even though everyone else had walked right by me to go to bed.

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