father and me

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Mac ‘n Cheese

Dr. Gaster, my good sir, please take better care of your children. Geez.

Gaster’s usually not this annoyed when Sans or Papyrus comes downstairs to ask him something, he’s just really frustrated with something and Sans happened to have bad timing. Y’know I just realized that if Sans is 6, that puts Papyrus at 1. Gee, Gaster, letting a 6 year old take care of a 1 year old ain’t such a bright idea. As I’ve said, Dr. Gaster just sucked at being a father. I’m surprised the skelebros haven’t burned the house down yet. I mean, Gaster can get upstairs in an instant and he probably has a baby monitor or something so he can hear what’s going on but still. 

Dr. Gaster’s other story

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Wow ya’ll, I can’t believe Jack adopted Ashi as a kid and is raising her. So beautifuuuul~

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As you get older, you might start to find that things get harder. The world isn’t always a kind place. Especially for men like us. Take a look at the people on this mat. We are your community. When things get hard, we are gonna be the ones who hold each other up. As Randall’s father, you are his foundation. Come lie down, as if you’re gonna do a push-up. Randall, climb on your father’s back. 

okay but when picard had to walk out on data’s performance in the ensigns of command it was literally that pathetic moment when a parent leaves a kids’ talent show or something and the kid is like “why is my dad leaving does he not approve of me am i not performing well am i failing” and dATA MY HEART

the irl captain america

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Luke and his kiddo 

‘Remember? When we were kids, Clary and I, you brought us here. We roasted marshmallows. Clary got one stuck in her hair. And Jocelyn had to cut it out. Yeah? Clary cried, like, the whole way home because she thought she looked like a boy. But you told her that she was still beautiful, and that you would always love her.’

The worst part about being abused by your mother is that society teaches you they have a deep maternal bond to their children. You always see or hear about mothers who will do anything to protect their children, and would never hate or harm them. Fathers are usually the ones portrayed as abusive and unreliable while mothers cling to their children with all that they have.

And it makes the abuse hurt even more. It makes you wonder where you went so wrong that your mother couldn’t love you the way you have always been taught that mothers should. That the only “motherly instinct” she had was to beat, neglect, and gaslight you.