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Here’s Just How Dramatic Some Latina Moms Become When They Discover Their Kids Have Tattoos

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If there’s one thing Latina moms are super strict about, it’s about tattoos – which is why this 25-year-old son got into big trouble when he showed his mom his arm tattoo. In response to the video, a lot of people on Facebook started to share their own stories about tattoos… specifically, about how their mom reacted when they saw them. So if you’re looking for a little entertainment, check out these hilarious stories.

ICYMI, here’s a 25-year-old getting smacked by his mom after she saw his tattoo:

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To hundreds of people, this was relatable AF.

One of the first responses was from a guy who, like Sergio, was also 25 years old.

And would also be deemed a disappointment – even though he’s in med school – for his tattoo.

And if you thought 25 was old, this 42-year-old woman admitted that she’s STILL afraid to show her parents her tattoo.

Age ain’t nothin but a number.

Soooo till what age do you have to wait to be able to show your parents your tattoo?? 57? 73? 85?!

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Or you can just hide your tattoos from them for the rest of your life?

This guy is over how conservative Latino parents can be.

But the rule is, if you still live under you parents’ roof, then you have to follow their rules.

And the more strict your parents are, the more they will try to scare you out of getting a tattoo.

And they’re usually right as was the case with Viviane.

But if there’s anything that should REALLY scare you about getting a tattoo, it’s this story:

OUUUCH!

Okay, these stories are getting intense…

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Going to need some more popcorn for this.

One mom even tried to ERASE her daughter’s tattoo.

I guess she thought it was one of those fake 50¢ tattoos.

Meanwhile, this mom wished her daughter tattooed her butt instead.

Yes, her mom really did say, “You should’ve gotten your ass tattooed.”

Even if it’s your younger sibling getting the tattoo, you can expect a beating.

This mom wasn’t joking around.

Damn. This girl got DOUBLE the trouble.

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Pobresita.

After reading all of these stories, this guy is starting to rethink his decision about getting a tattoo. ?

Maybe next year. LOL

Sure it might sound fun and cool at first, but think about how your mom is going to react when she sees that ink.

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Yeah, not so fun and cool anymore. ?


READ: 11 Overly Dramatic Things Your Parents Said When They Found Out You Had A Tattoo


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This Photo Of A Dad Showing Up To Pride Even Though His Daughter Had Moved Away Is The Sweetest Thing I’ve Seen In My Life

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This Photo Of A Dad Showing Up To Pride Even Though His Daughter Had Moved Away Is The Sweetest Thing I’ve Seen In My Life

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It’s Pride Month. And, it’s also the month that we celebrate Father’s Day. So why not take the opportunity to celebrate the fathers that support their LGBTQ+ kids? We’ve scoured the farthest reaches of the internet so that you won’t have to and found 13 adorable and sweet stories that show the real love that fathers have for their LGBTQ+ children, young, or all grown up. Read on, and see if you can get to the end without tearing up!

Proud dad with an even prouder gay son.

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It was this dad’s first time celebrating Pride, who accompanied his son to show true fatherly love and support at the Los Angeles LGBT Pride Festival. Of course, do the dad duty and try to embarrass his son with a silly t-shirt.

This dad took his daughter and her friends to Pride.

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It doesn’t get much more supportive than bringing your kids to Pride, to celebrate who they are with a community of like-minded people. Even more so when it means that this dad would have had to spend hours trailing after his daughter and friends, as a chaperone. If that isn’t a labor of love, then we don’t know what is.

One proud dad at Pride.

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One super proud son had this to say about his father, “This guy had me tearing up today. My dad attending his first pride parade in DC with my little brother. I love you … and I wouldn’t have you any other way.” Because love isn’t just about emblazoning how proud you are of your son on your shirt! It’s about showing up when your children need support. This dad clears knows that, and has shown up for his son – selfies and all.

This dad and daughter duo are well-suited for each other.

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It’s great when kids show their parents love, but it’s even better when they show their love to their kids. And what better time to show off your love for your daughter, than when the two of you are dressed to the nines, and clearly having a good time? This dad knows how to make his daughter feel special – and wouldn’t we all want someone to look at us with as much love and awe as this dad does with his daughter?

A No. 1 supporter, through and through.

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Being a good father isn’t just about making sure your kids are clothed and fed, with a roof over their heads. It’s about showing support for who your kids are, through whatever trials and tribulations they face. It’s obvious that this dad knows that the main thing his son needs is his support, through thick and thin – and this son has taken the opportunity to show his thanks.

All smiles for Pride celebrations.

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This child was all smiles and happiness when both their dad and stepmom came to Pride to support them. And who can blame them? There’s a reason why Pride has the name that it’s been given. It’s not just about being proud of who you are, warts and all, but being proud of how far you’ve come as a person, and who you’ll grow to be in the future. Even though this dad has seen his child grow up, that doesn’t mean that he doesn’t stop being a dad, or that he should stop supporting his child. And that warrants at least one happy, candid selfie.

Sometimes a supportive dad just needs to taste the rainbow.

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This daughter knew that the best way to celebrate Pride month was to fill up on Skittles. So you know what this supportive dad did? He bought them for his daughter. Only one rainbow matters during Pride.

Dads can support Pride, with our without their kids.

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This dad knew that he didn’t need his child with him to go to Pride – it was his responsibility as a father to show up and give support to the community, anyway. 

 One super girl and one proud dad.

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This dad knew that the best way to show his love and support for his daughter was to give her the spotlight when she participated in a Pride parade, bearing the Pride flag. Showing support as a parent means not only giving your love to your children but also having the self-control and smarts to know when to give your kids the attention and platform they need when they need it.

Someone else’s dad supports LGBTQ+ children, too.

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Unfortunately, the reality is that not everyone’s dad is supportive of their LGBTQ+ children. The beauty of the LGBTQ+ community is that it is also filled with dads who are supportive of the queer children in the community. And sometimes we all just need to hear from a parental figure that we’re doing okay and that someone is proud of us. So thanks, someone else’s dad.

A simple message is enough to tell the young’uns that they’re okay.

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They say that actions speak louder than words. Well, sometimes it’s just nice to see parents taking the action of sending a quick text to tell say how proud they are of their child and what they’re doing, and that they care about their safety and wellbeing. This dad took the time to make sure his daughter definitely knew how loved she is – no matter who she loves. Because hey, love is love, guys.

Who says working and supporting your son are mutually exclusive?

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This son was excited to announce to the Twitterverse that, “… my dad shows off my boyfriend and I at work”. There’s nothing more reassuring than knowing that your dad loves you so much, and is so overwhelmingly proud of you, that he wants to tell the world about you. The fact that this dad is doing the digital equivalent of whipping a roll of photos of his son from his wallet to talk the ear off his workmates really shows the strong bond he has with his son.

Dads can support their kids and their LGBTQ+ journey at any age.

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Sam painted his nails not only because it “looks pretty”, but because it gave him time to bond with his grandmother, who was a manicurist in her working life. But, this gave rise to bullying at school. So, you know what his dad did? He took to social media, to break down barriers around masculinity and show how much he loved his son for who he is. Even if this is just dabbling in nail polish, or if Sam wants to explore his identity further, he’ll know that no matter what happens his dad will continue to be proud of him, and support him in what he does.

So, how long did it take for you to start shedding a tear or two over these loving fathers? Have you got your own stories about your father supporting the LGBTQ+ community? Let us know about your experiences on Facebook – just click the logo at the top of the page.

READ: Mexico City Paints Its LGBTQ Pride Across A Pedestrian Crossing And The People Are Here For It

People On Social Media Are Sharing Touching Photos And Stories Behind Their Memorial Tattoos For Dead Loved Ones

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People On Social Media Are Sharing Touching Photos And Stories Behind Their Memorial Tattoos For Dead Loved Ones

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A photo is making its way around social media with a sweet and sad message of remembering children who have died before their time. According to @akkitwts on Twitter and Pictures in History on Facebook, a father got a tattoo of his daughter’s final drawing before she died at a young age.

This one photo is causing tears on the internet as the story of the unknown man and his daughter continues to spread.

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The photo is spreading around social media with a message that the man in the photo got the tattoo to remember his daughter. According to two social media pages, the man’s daughter died unexpectedly at a young age and the drawing was the last thing she made for him before her death.

The image and story are leading to some very emotional responses from people on the internet.

The death of a loved one is tragic and devastating. The unexpected death of a young child is exceptionally gut-wrenching. The loss of a child is a parent’s worst nightmare no matter the age.

Twitter users are praising the father for memorializing his daughter in a touching tattoo tribute.

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It must be painful to remember a child who has died. However, we can only assume that having his baby girl’s artwork on him forever will bring him some solace as he moves through the world thinking about his daughter and the unconditional love she gave him.

The post is encouraging others to come forward to show the tattoos they have to memorialize their own loved ones.

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Facebook users were so moved by the anonymous post that they are sharing their own pain with the world in a cathartic way. By opening up about the pain that they deal with every day, some people find a release.

And it wasn’t just children that people have given a special place on their body.

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We all know the sadness around the death of a grandparent. They were always there for you assisting your parents in every way to give you the best life possible. They were always so patient and kind and losing them can be just as painful as losing any other family member.

Of course, there is the indescribable pain of losing a parent.

It is a sad fact of life that our parents will die. No matter how much you want to avoid it, it is going to happen. How we handle it is another story. Some people never fully recover from the death of a loved one. Others manage the pain with grace. There is no right or wrong way to grieve and it all takes time.

If you have lost somebody recently and need help, you can reach the Grief Recovery Helpline at 1-800-445-4808. You can also check local listings for help during this trying time.

READ: Mollie Tibbetts’ Parents Are Pleading With People Not To Use Her Death For Anti-Immigrant Agendas

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