Connect with us


Elderly Dad Receives a Letter from His Estranged Gay Son 26 Years After His Death

An elderly dad receives a Father’s Day letter from his son almost three decades after it was mailed.

Grace Alviar Viray





A dad will always be his son’s first hero. No matter what happens or whatever they both go through, a son will always look up to his father.

A father and a son would have misunderstandings, grow apart, fight and never talk to each other, but their love for each other will never fade away.

Every son has this special love for his father, much like a father loves his son.

Duane Schrock wrote this letter to his estranged dad for Fathers’ Day many years ago.

letter 5

His dad frowned upon his homosexuality and even told him to make peace with God.


The letter never came as Duane Schrock Sr., kept on moving from one state to another.

letter 4

Good thing the mail service never gave up in finding Duane Sr.

letter 3

Finally, Duane’s letter to his dad arrived. It was worth the wait after 26 years.

letter 6

Watch as Duane Sr. reads his son’s letter here:

Like Logo on Facebook

A dad will always be a son’s first hero no matter what happens, until eternity. So, have you kept in touch with your dad lately? Leave a comment below.


Toddler Receives a Ticket From The Police For Pulling Up in a ‘No-Parking Zone’

Remember, no motorcycle parking in the circle by the ferry terminal. This ruthless biker was caught yesterday!

Inah Garcia



Teaching our kids about the law can never be too early. It is our duty as adults to instruct them about what's good and what's bad through our words and example. For a 3-year-old toddler in Canada, his first real life lesson came in sooner than most kids his age.

On Sunday, July 5, the Halifax Regional Police posted a photo on their Facebook page that has gone viral all around the world. The photo features toddler Declan Tramley, who was being given a ticket by Constable Shawn Currie for pulling his red plastic motorbike in a 'no-parking zone.'

"His dad approached Currie and told him he loves police, and they conspired to give him a ticket for fun," told Pierre Bourdages, Halifax Regional Police Sgt. to ABC News.

Continue Reading


Women Answer $2 Question, “If You’re a Boy, How Big Would You Want Your Penis to Be?”

Men, please pay attention!

Ann Moises



During drunken conversations, we often hear our male friends talk and brag about their pen!ses. While the girls are so busy talking about makeup, fashion, cute boys, and yes, sometimes sex, some men are so preoccupied comparing the sizes of their willy. I guess like having strong biceps, 8-pack-abs, and firm glutes, a huge pen!s also adds up to their machismo.

I didn't know why size mattered so much to them when most women I know say it's all about the "performance". Or is it just a woman's way of sympathizing for those who are not that... gifted?

How big is BIG anyway? 7, 8, 9... 12 inches?

If women are the ones who have pen!ses, what size do you think they'd prefer?

Continue Reading


Man Ties Himself to a Chair With 110 Balloons as a Marketing Stunt, Fails Miserably

See what happens when a man attempts to recreate the Disney movie “Up” by tying 110 balloons in his lawn chair.

Grace Alviar Viray



What are you capable of doing to promote your business? Do you think any business is worth going to the extremes just to boost sales?

Many entrepreneurs have actually tried almost all kinds of marketing strategies in order to promote their product or service. However, a guy from Canada did more than just that.

When Daniel Bora saw the Disney movie "Up", he became inspired to try using balloons as a marketing strategy for his Calgary-based business.

Continue Reading