Introducing: My Father

What happens when you take a German and raise them in England?

Double the repression!

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I’m sorry Dad, but all that lawyering sounds really boring. Maybe Pat would rather work with me?

It goes on:

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If I’m going to be honest about it, I’d tell y’all that my father did, in fact get the last word.

But it’s my blog, so we end here.

7 thoughts on “Introducing: My Father”

  1. That is awesome…my parent’s don’t read my blog. But I can vaguely remember what my dad said about my first article about high-fructose corn syrup. He said something to the affect that it was very cute how zealous I was about it. This is what happens when your dad is a writer. BTW, like your new layout.

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  2. I’m not sure who reads my blog. I doubt if my dad does. I know my mom does. Not sure about my step-mom. If I knew for sure that none of those three did I would talk about sex a whole lot. When my parents die (knock on cheap IKEA) my blog is going to get a lot dirtier.

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  3. It sounds like he has a good humor about it though. Anyhow, scared to show my parents my blog, especially since my dad (retired cop).
    he said to never use his real name in anything I write LOL.

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  4. Hey, nice use of legal doctrine. I am seriously impressed that you understand the concept of consideration. I took me a year of law school before I understood it, let alone was able to use it in conversation.

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