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    (Original post by thefatone)
    things, he did things, check my other threads
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    For my dad, don't know him so wouldn't be affected. But for my mum, I have to say God forbid whenever scary thoughts like that pop up.
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    My mum, yeah, I'd probably be fairly depressed for a while I suppose.

    As for the father, no.
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    Yes even though my dad can be an absolute nightmare


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    If my mum did I'd prob do the unspeakable to maself (and regret it in Hell)
    but if my dad did i'd still be upset but not to THAT extent
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    i would be broken, idk what id without them. they are my everything. i would want to be with them whatever it took
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    (Original post by thefatone)
    no and for very specific reasons, personal reasons too which i haven't shared to anyone. but no i would barely regret anything. Maybe i might regret i didn't say i loved my dad but that's probably it.
    once i've made a decision i almost always stick to it.
    for example my physics teacher told me he though this wasn't the best course to take if i was struggling on SUVAT at the bigging of the year. I told him i'll finish the course and i'm not going back on that now, i promised this guy i would finish this so imma do it.
    no, no i wouldn't i'm emotionally hard like that(by hard i mean unwavering and very limited in terms of emotions)

    well i guess this is probably just me then >.>

    you goal is to be like your parents?

    the kind of question which stretches some people's emotional limits and makes people question what they'd do in this situation

    i guess most people would be from the responses i've had from this thread.
    Well, that wasn't what I meant, but I'd be honoured to even be a fraction of who they both are. I mean my goal is to please them, to make them proud, happy and ensure they get back more than they've given to me.
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    Yes.
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    (Original post by Matrix123)
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    and it's back xD but yea i got a topic for my next thread, it's about tickling.http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=3984651&p=63782 075#post63782075<--- there, it's all made and ready to be filled with comments

    (Original post by vonbroten)
    I would be completely devastated. I love my parents so much.
    I do believe losing them would propel me right back into the hell that is mental sickness.
    ouch that'd be bad, not good at all
    (Original post by M14B)
    I will be devastated.

    What kind of question is this?
    one which stretches the limits of peoples emotional state and the true value fo care and love they assign to their parents
    (Original post by AlmightyJesus)
    how helpful of you
    well it's all there
    (Original post by Elise213)
    For my dad, don't know him so wouldn't be affected. But for my mum, I have to say God forbid whenever scary thoughts like that pop up.
    o.o scary thoughts...
    (Original post by Binary Freak)
    My mum, yeah, I'd probably be fairly depressed for a while I suppose.

    As for the father, no.
    haha seems to be this way for quite a lot of people, dad no but mum yes
    (Original post by Souljer)
    Yes even though my dad can be an absolute nightmare


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    o.o putting aside own thoughts for the family, noble man i respect that
    (Original post by z33)
    If my mum did I'd prob do the unspeakable to maself (and regret it in Hell)
    but if my dad did i'd still be upset but not to THAT extent
    you'd kill yourself if your mum died?
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    i would be broken, idk what id without them. they are my everything. i would want to be with them whatever it took
    yup seems to be a lot of peoples responses around here
    (Original post by fire_and_ice)
    Well, that wasn't what I meant, but I'd be honoured to even be a fraction of who they both are. I mean my goal is to please them, to make them proud, happy and ensure they get back more than they've given to me.
    fair enough you feel as if you have a duty to do that, that's fine
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    (Original post by Final Fantasy)
    Yes.
    both or just 1 parent?
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    I'd probably be really sad for my dad, even though he's never shown much interest in me. When I was little I often cried and worried about his death, as he's older than my mother.
    My mother's the only reason to my unhappiness and insecurities, but I think I'd feel sad for her too.
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    Dad - heartbroken.

    Mum - She's not really been part of my life and I haven't spoken to her in two years. It would be surprising, but I'd get over it pretty quick I guess.

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    (Original post by thefatone)
    both or just 1 parent?
    Both.

    There was a time when I wouldn't know how to answer this or just simply ignore the possibility. I've already lost a grandparent and it seems I will soon lose another. Over the past couple of years so much has changed for us as a family, and I have changed too. I'm still having trouble answering this actually, I just know that I will be sad if I ever lost my parents. Sad is too simple a word though. So much more would happen and I don't fully know how it would affect me.
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    (Original post by thefatone)
    you'd kill yourself if your mum died?
    yupppppppppppp cos my mum's literally the only reason i can be happy today and if she's gone then my life would literally turn into Hell

    Maybe if i was like 25 and I was more stable/ independent then maybe I could manage but rn that's too much man, the aftermath would just be :eek: x_x

    don't wanna be there to see it
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    (Original post by thefatone)
    well it's all there
    where?
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    (Original post by apocalypseArisen)
    I'd probably be really sad for my dad, even though he's never shown much interest in me. When I was little I often cried and worried about his death, as he's older than my mother.
    My mother's the only reason to my unhappiness and insecurities, but I think I'd feel sad for her too.
    oh? that's different some people have it the other way round where it's dad no mum yes.
    (Original post by zanner)
    i would never be the same

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    so emotional wreck category then...
    (Original post by Moonstruck16)
    Dad - heartbroken.

    Mum - She's not really been part of my life and I haven't spoken to her in two years. It would be surprising, but I'd get over it pretty quick I guess.

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    o.o just like apocalypse
    (Original post by Final Fantasy)
    Both.

    There was a time when I wouldn't know how to answer this or just simply ignore the possibility. I've already lost a grandparent and it seems I will soon lose another. Over the past couple of years so much has changed for us as a family, and I have changed too. I'm still having trouble answering this actually, I just know that I will be sad if I ever lost my parents. Sad is too simple a word though. So much more would happen and I don't fully know how it would affect me.
    hmmm emtional wreck is the category for you .... hope you don't become too sad and depressed when the time comes though :console:
    (Original post by z33)
    yupppppppppppp cos my mum's literally the only reason i can be happy today and if she's gone then my life would literally turn into Hell

    Maybe if i was like 25 and I was more stable/ independent then maybe I could manage but rn that's too much man, the aftermath would just be :eek: x_x

    don't wanna be there to see it
    dam don't kill yourself if there's no good convincing reason to, think about consequences and what you would theoretically feel after all the pain.
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    (Original post by AlmightyJesus)
    where?
    go onto my profile, click the my stats tab and click on threads started by thefatone

    this page http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sear...&starteronly=1

    this thread http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3972501
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    Of course I would be equally sad for either of them. What a stupid question.
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    What a ridiculous post. My mum has terminal cancer and you wouldn't care if you lost your dad? I think you need to stop being so ungrateful! Your parents are alive and healthy, make the most of what you can before you regret it.
 
 
 
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