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kygarbs:

Bill is the epitome of perfect.

how does one become bill murray

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Inaugural Gooseflesh, 1928
Salvador Dali

salvadordali-art:

Inaugural Gooseflesh, 1928

Salvador Dali

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wvnderbar:

when i find myself with loads of homework

mother mary comes to me

speaking words of wisdom

“watch tv”

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bonparisien:

gaywrites:

In which a grandfather writes a disappointed letter to his daughter after she kicks his gay grandson out of the house. It’s always heartbreaking to see a family torn apart by a child coming out, but seeing a loved one stand up like this is nonetheless deeply moving. (via the Huffington Post)
Full text:
Dear Christine:
I’m disappointed in you as a daughter. You’re correct that we have a “shame in the family,” but mistaken about what it is.
Kicking Chad out of your home simply because he told you he is gay is the real “abomination” here. A parent disowning her child is what goes “against nature.”
The only intelligent thing I heard you saying in all this was that “you didn’t raise your son to be gay.” Of course you didn’t. He was born this way and didn’t choose it any more than he being left-handed. You, however, have made a choice of being hurtful, narrow-minded and backward. So, while we are in the business of disowning our children, I think I’ll take this moment to say goodbye to you. I now have a fabulous (as the gays put it) grandson to raise, and I don’t have time for a heart-less B-word of a daughter.
If you find your heart, give us a call.
-Dad

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bonparisien:

gaywrites:

In which a grandfather writes a disappointed letter to his daughter after she kicks his gay grandson out of the house. It’s always heartbreaking to see a family torn apart by a child coming out, but seeing a loved one stand up like this is nonetheless deeply moving. (via the Huffington Post)

Full text:

Dear Christine:

I’m disappointed in you as a daughter. You’re correct that we have a “shame in the family,” but mistaken about what it is.

Kicking Chad out of your home simply because he told you he is gay is the real “abomination” here. A parent disowning her child is what goes “against nature.”

The only intelligent thing I heard you saying in all this was that “you didn’t raise your son to be gay.” Of course you didn’t. He was born this way and didn’t choose it any more than he being left-handed. You, however, have made a choice of being hurtful, narrow-minded and backward. So, while we are in the business of disowning our children, I think I’ll take this moment to say goodbye to you. I now have a fabulous (as the gays put it) grandson to raise, and I don’t have time for a heart-less B-word of a daughter.

If you find your heart, give us a call.

-Dad

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