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What has your Dad taught you? 3 weeks 2 days ago #3619179

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Treat others with respect, be truthful, help others needing it, care of animals, fishing, shooting, hunting, boating, pay cash if possible, work for things, education and so many more I can't list them all. My #1 when your right never back off it, and some people are just not worth the effort.
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What has your Dad taught you? 3 weeks 1 day ago #3619343

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My dad died while I was still a child, so was not around long enough to teach me a lot. Just remember he did help me a lot with my school homework whenever I had a problem with it.
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What has your Dad taught you? 3 weeks 1 day ago #3619412

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My dad taught me not to be a racist, for the mere fact that at a time in his life he 'was'. It never
set well with me.

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What has your Dad taught you? 2 weeks 4 days ago #3621320

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My dad taught me that love is unconditional .
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What has your Dad taught you? 2 weeks 4 days ago #3621327

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My Dad was a Sargent Major in WW2, and the only boy in his family. I never found him overly affectionate or easy to talk with.... but I do remember him always saying ....give a firm handshake and look the person in the eye ...oh, and always have polished shoes lol
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What has your Dad taught you? 2 weeks 3 days ago #3621478

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My dad wasn't ready to be a husband or father, my mum had enough when I was four years old and my brother was a baby. He didn't feature much in our lives for years, fliting in and out occasionally. I speak to him now and then but it is as a distant friend or relative.

My grandfather on the other hand was everything that a father should be, always having times for us, teaching us practical skills and playing with us.

So my father taught me that you shouldn't abandon your kids and my grandfather taught me how to love and nurture them.
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What has your Dad taught you? 2 weeks 1 day ago #3622711

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My Dad unintentionally taught me every curse word that he knew in his lifetime. Which in turn, has gotten me into trouble on more than one occasion.

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What has your Dad taught you? 2 weeks 11 hours ago #3623017

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chorderlite wrote: No matter how much you disliked a person, you should always look for something nice about them.


But why?

Some people are beyond that and don't deserve it.
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What has your Dad taught you? 2 weeks 10 hours ago #3623034

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Patience, Perseverance and that anything worth having, comes with effort.

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