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I'm about ready to go and kill someone. Advice please? watch

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    Try to convince her that going to the police is the best move. And for the "depriving them of a father" bit, you should make sure that your friend understands is not her fault (she might have some kind of Stockholm syndrome). It's entirely his fault. If she's still resentful to go to the police, then I think you should threaten him to kill him if he only dares to even speak to your friend again. And you should speak to her mother as well. Man, I'm really sorry for your friend, and I totally understand and agree with your anger. She will need a lot of emotional support, you sound like a good friend to rely on; take care of her, and don't let her go home again until that ******* f ucks off.
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    GET THE POLICE ON THIS MOTHERCHUCKER'S ASS
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    Ask your friend the same question - does she really want to see kids living with that dude - chances are they are in the same boat. Since you care how she feels, have a long chat with her, and then ring the police in front of her. Assure her everything will be alright...

    He should have thought of his kids before he raped someone...

    How well do you know the guy?
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    Use a shotgun . . . or cheese grate him to death. :yep:

    In all seriousness, you must tell the police immediately and have the good-for-nothing arrested.
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    Is this thread fo rizzle!?
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    Call the Ghostbusters. Then call Ace Ventura. Then call the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Then consider calling the police like you should have the second she told you this. Then make a thread about it on the internet. Not neccessarily in that order
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    Kitchen knife.
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    he's such a *******dd. definitely u shud tell the police. And I am really disappointed of how her mom's denying about the situation. All moms shud support their children first!
 
 
 
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