An oil painting of my girlfriend (now wife) napping

Read the full news

North Dakota's first openly lesbian official defends her right to be a Lesbian. People are obviously not happy with it ? Why though ? As she said, we don't elect for her sexual orientation but for her potential. People need to stop being invasive, dumb and disrespectful

Read the full news

Which one are you?

Read the full news

Noah Fort is a 16 year old Bo Staff world champion master.

Read the full news

Free Halo Infinite Content Codes

Anyone want or need any in game reward codes for Halo Infinite? I have 120 of them ranging from power bundles to vehicle skins that I won from the Rockstar energy contest. let me know. 👍😀

Read the full news

My son just quit his $45,000/year job without any prospects and asked if he could move back home

I was shocked, needless to say. He was so excited when he got the job right out of college and my wife and I rejoiced with him. Over the course of the next couple of years, however, I saw the joy -- not just about the job, but about life in general -- drain away. Over Thanksgiving, he talked about insane deadlines, a boss who micromanaged, and a business owner who ruled with an iron fist. I encouraged him, but could tell he wasn't the happy-go-lucky son I once had.

So this past weekend, when he told us over the phone (he lives in a neighboring state) he walked off the job after a heated argument with his boss, he started sobbing and apologizing. I said, "Son, you have nothing to apologize for. No job is worth what I see this job doing to you." His "shame" was compounded by being married for only a couple of years and having a two-year-old daughter. He then asked if they could stay with us for a couple of months until he figures things out. I told him not to worry. We've got a big house and everyone is welcome.

More apologies. Promises he'd get a job as soon as he could. My wife and I told him not to worry about it. In fact, we said a condition of him returning would be that he NOT find work until he's taken care of himself. He struggles with depression anyway, so I said he should see a psych/therapist, get the help he needs to recover his mental wellness, and go from there. No timelines. No promises needed. He was beyond grateful. No parent wants to see their child struggle because of their job.

So this is a shout-out to all parents of children regardless of age: We can be a part of the antiwork/labor movement. We can be a "safe haven" from abusive work relationships. We can TRUST our kids to make the right choices and encourage them to do whatever they think they need to to have a fulfilling happy life. The only thing any good parent ever wants from their children is that they have the best of all life has to offer.

*EDIT* - To the many kind commenters who praise me for being a great parent, I have to say we made a ton of mistakes with our kids. I've been known to be a real asshole sometimes. Nevertheless, my wife and I always showed our kids we love each other and can get through anything so long as we go through it together.

Read the full news

Ranked Gaming

Read the full news

This is the most satisfying play ever.

Read the full news

Danny Hodge, former boxer and pro wrestler, crushing an apple with his bare hand at 80 years old.

Read the full news

About

This site

This site only for you and only just for fun. For you, who love fun and laughter.

About site content

Site content is 18+. Site content is not unique and is a compilation of information from different resources. There is no moderation when adding content.

Caution!

The creator of the site, neither as e wants to hurt the feelings of believers, sexual minorities and other groups of users. If all the same you felt hurt, I'm sorry.

Our friends

About