In which a father writes a letter to his son, who has just come out, and completely disowns him. This photo’s gone viral via Facebook and is now making its rounds online.
James: This is a difficult but necessary letter to write. I hope your telephone call was not to receive my blessing for the degrading of your lifestyle. I have fond memories of our times together, but that is all in the past. Don’t expect any further conversations with me. No communications at all. I will not come to visit, nor do I want you in my house. You’ve made your choice though wrong it may be. God did not intend for this unnatural lifestyle. If you choose not to attend my funeral, my friends and family will understand. Have a good birthday and good life. No present exchanges will be accepted. Goodbye, Dad.
… I will be your new daddy James. ;_;
This letter SCREAMS unstable…
It’s possibly a good idea that he decided to cut communication…
See the gap between the D and ad in “Dad”? It’s like he forgot what he wanted to sign it with. Maybe he signs his name a lot and it starts with a D. The size of it compared to the other writing suggests that he holds himself at a higher level.
See how the right margin is being ran into multiple times? That suggests that he doesn’t plan ahead.
See how there is little space on the left and right margins? That suggests that he doesn’t leave room for other’s opinions and thoughts.
The wavering lines suggests emotional ups and downs, and I see a lot of suddenly slanted d’s. These d’s are called Manic D’s. They suggests highly unstable people that can literally snap at any moment…
The gap at the beginning right after James suggests that he was thinking about what he was going to write. He didn’t even know how to start the letter!