Oh, the agony and ecstasy of being a dad... and a sonhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/artic ... z1xy7J2N00
By DOMINIC UTTON
Oh, pass the sick-bag Doris.
- SBL, Hastings, 16/6/2012 4:34
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- GT, Back of the Back of Beyond, Suffolk, 16/6/2012 6:07
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What a load of sentimental rubbish from a wet flannel. Oh and the writer can thank his dad for the bald gene.
- Kelly, Shrewsbury, uk, 16/6/2012 7:39
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What a load of baloney. Most sons have very little relationship or time for their fathers. As for the saddo that wrote the above, did he never think of writing the letter to his father when he was alive?. Bet he like most sons had no relationship with his father and is hoping against statistical hope that somehow his own sons will actually like him.
- Michael Riley, London, 16/6/2012 9:32
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Some people just need to move on. Seriously, life happens, death happens. Nothing worse than people putting theor own (and families) lives on hold for years and years and blaming things on something that was enevitable
- The Media Man, Sussex By The Sea/New Windfarm, 16/6/2012 7:03
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Load of over emotional claptrap! toughen up buttercup!
- Rob, London, 16/6/2012 9:31
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