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Death Dad Sayings By John Lydon: I'm not great at dealing with death, I have to say. I find death very I'm not great at dealing with death, I have to say. I find death very hard: my mum, my dad, Sid Vicious. I'm not a monster; I feel it and it scares me. One death at a time, please, is all my heart will bear. — John Lydon
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Death Dad Sayings By Christopher Titus: The closer you get to death, the more alive you feel. Dylan Thomas wrote, Do The closer you get to death, the more alive you feel. Dylan Thomas wrote, Do not go gentle into that good night. Rage, rage against the dying of the light. My dad always taught me to live like that. Dad wrote a poem too. It goes, Dune buggies. Woohoo! — Christopher Titus
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Death Dad Sayings By Anthony Pettis: When you get in taekwondo, it teaches you the life skills of respect, self control, When you get in taekwondo, it teaches you the life skills of respect, self control, discipline-that's why I love it. I really attribute those skills to really getting over my dad's death. If I didn't have that, I would have lost it. — Anthony Pettis
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Death Dad Sayings By Karen Ann Hopkins: It was strange how in that moment of tragedy, it had seemed so unreal, like It was strange how in that moment of tragedy, it had seemed so unreal, like an old-fashioned movie reel playing on a screen for my eyes only. The pain and broken heart were blocked off for a little while, leaving me numb with disbelief. Shock is what Dad called it. But after a while, the cruel reality started to seep into my tissues, and my body became a sponge, just sucking it all up until, finally, there was so much grief inside, I couldn't help feeling it.
That's how it happened for me. First, the numbness right after she died, next the agonising pain and then the place I was at now - the land of perpetual depression. — Karen Ann Hopkins
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Death Dad Sayings By Stephen Craig: In his imagination, he grabbed his dad by the throat and squeezed until an old In his imagination, he grabbed his dad by the throat and squeezed until an old mans face turned purple. No pleading, no begging, simply ... nothing. — Stephen Craig
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Death Dad Sayings By Marysue G. Hobika: I didn't think while I drew. The pencil flew across the page making marks, almost I didn't think while I drew. The pencil flew across the page making marks, almost as if it had a mind of its own. Often times I didn't know what it was going to be until it was completed. The cemetery was still with only a few birds calling off in the distance from time to time. When I finished I was not at all surprised by what had taken form on my paper. It was a portrait of my dad. He was sitting behind the tombstone, using it as a desk, his laptop open in front of him. He wore a peaceful smile. I smiled, too, as another tear fell. — Marysue G. Hobika
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Death Dad Sayings By Cindy Sheehan: Still putting out the O'Reilly fires of me being a traitor and using Casey's name Still putting out the O'Reilly fires of me being a traitor and using Casey's name dishonorably, my in-laws sent out a press statement disagreeing with me in strong terms; which is totally okay with me, because they barely knew Casey. We have always been on separate sides of the fence politically and I have not spoken to them since the election when they supported the man who is responsible for Casey's death. The thing that matters to me is that our family - Casey's dad and my other 3 kids are on the same side of the fence that I am. — Cindy Sheehan
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Death Dad Sayings By Nick Cave: Then he smiles because he knows deep in his bones that his dad has gone Then he smiles because he knows deep in his bones that his dad has gone and said something really funny probably. He kicks off his sheet and slides his feet into his slippers. Bunny sits in the living room, slumped low on the sofa, full of Geoffrey's Scotch and Poodle's cocaine. — Nick Cave
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Death Dad Sayings By Chris Rock: I can see the humor in just about any situation. After I lost my dad, I can see the humor in just about any situation. After I lost my dad, I realized that none of us should take things too seriously, because everything except death works itself out. — Chris Rock
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Death Dad Sayings By Leo Hunt: The first thing that happens is I unseal an envelope and Dad's death falls out The first thing that happens is I unseal an envelope and Dad's death falls out onto the breakfast table. — Leo Hunt
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Death Dad Sayings By Noorilhuda: He wrote to his father every day. His platoon called his dad a girlfriend. He wrote to his father every day. His platoon called his dad a girlfriend. — Noorilhuda
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Death Dad Sayings By Tim Allen: My dad's death reminds me of earthquakes - things that shake your foundation. My dad's death reminds me of earthquakes - things that shake your foundation. — Tim Allen
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Death Dad Sayings By Nick Cave: This is how it essentially is for Bunny Junior. He loves his dad. He thinks This is how it essentially is for Bunny Junior. He loves his dad. He thinks there is no dad better, cleverer, or more capable, and he stands there beside him with a sense of pride - he's my dad - and he also, of course, stands beside him because he has nowhere else to go. — Nick Cave
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Death Dad Sayings By A&E Kirk: Clyde, she said it's fine. What? Really?" Mom huffed. "Your dad wants to know if Clyde, she said it's fine. What? Really?" Mom huffed. "Your dad wants to know if 'fine' is
code for 'please come home, I'm being held hostage by hormonal maniacs.'" Pause. "And if said
hormonal maniacs are listening he wants them to know he will cut off vital body parts and watch them
bleed out a slow and torturous death then bury said body parts on different continents throughout the
world so he will never be brought to justice and will revel in their excruciating demise for the rest of
his life because they had the nerve to cause his daughter any discomfort whatsoever."
I grinned. "Mom, Dad didn't say that."
"I may have ad-libbed that last part. But he did ask about the hormonal maniacs. — A&E Kirk
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Death Dad Sayings By Rebecca McNutt: Mandy, I hardly think this was appropriate, not after ... you know ... after the Mandy, I hardly think this was appropriate, not after ... you know ... after the funeral we haven't had the money for any of your weird little games and I was hoping you'd be more mature now that Jud's gone," her father had disappointedly added. "How much'd that cake cost you?"
"It's paid for," Mandy had argued, but her voice had sounded tiny in the harbour wind. "I used the cash from my summer job at Frenchy's last year and I ... it was my birthday, dad!"
"You can't even be normal about this one thing, can you?" her father had complained.
Mandy hadn't cried, she'd only stared back knowingly, her voice shaky. " ... I'm normal. — Rebecca McNutt
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Death Dad Sayings By Jonathan Tropper: Dad didn't believe in God, but he was a lifelong member of the Church of Dad didn't believe in God, but he was a lifelong member of the Church of Shit or Get Off the Can. So his actual death itself was less an event than a final sad detail. — Jonathan Tropper
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Death Dad Sayings By Hilary T. Smith: I remember the day when my seventh-grade teacher called my parents to tell them I'd I remember the day when my seventh-grade teacher called my parents to tell them I'd been crying in the bathrooms at lunchtime after Sukey died - how disappointed Dad was that I was using Sukey's death as an excuse to get attention from my teachers; how delicately Mom suggested that Sukey would have wanted me to be happy; my humiliation at letting them down. — Hilary T. Smith
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Death Dad Sayings By Tony Harrison: Long Distance IIThough my mother was already two years deadDad kept her slippers warming by Long Distance II

Though my mother was already two years dead
Dad kept her slippers warming by the gas,
put hot water bottles her side of the bed
and still went to renew her transport pass.

You couldn't just drop in. You had to phone.
He'd put you off an hour to give him time
to clear away her things and look alone
as though his still raw love were such a crime.

He couldn't risk my blight of disbelief
though sure that very soon he'd hear her key
scrape in the rusted lock and end his grief.
He knew she'd just popped out to get the tea.

I believe life ends with death, and that is all.
You haven't both gone shopping; just the same,
in my new black leather phone book there's your name
and the disconnected number I still call. — Tony Harrison
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Death Dad Sayings By George Saunders: If/when I die, do not want Pam lonely. Want her to remarry, have full life. If/when I die, do not want Pam lonely. Want her to remarry, have full life. As long as new husband is nice guy. Gentle guy. Religious guy. Very caring + good to kids. But kids not fooled. Kids prefer dead dad (i.e., me) to religious guy. Pale, boring, religious guy, with no oomph, who wears weird sweaters and is always a little sad, due to, cannot get boner, due to physical ailment.
Ha ha.
Death very much on my mind tonight, future reader. Can it be true? That I will die? That Pam, kids will die? Is awful. Why were we put here, so inclined to love, when end of our story = death? That harsh. That cruel. Do not like.
Note to self: try harder, in all things, to be better person. — George Saunders
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Death Dad Sayings By Devon Monk: My dad told me he knew where to find Zay. Which meant I had to My dad told me he knew where to find Zay. Which meant I had to cooperate with him.
...
"Do you see what we have accomplished together? The healing of souls with the magic you carry. We have healed souls in death. With light and dark magic."
"We? No, you stuck your hands in my chest and stole my magic and threw it at them. If you try that again, you won't have hands. Where's Zayvion?"
Okay, maybe I was a little rusty on the whole cooperation thing. — Devon Monk
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Death Dad Sayings By James Belushi: I don't deal with death very well. My brother, John Candy, my dad, my mom, I don't deal with death very well. My brother, John Candy, my dad, my mom, Brandon Tartikoff just a couple of weeks ago. I mean, you lose a lot of people in your life, and that's one thing I am constantly working on - pain management. — James Belushi
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Death Dad Sayings By Gwyneth Paltrow: I feel my dad, I still feel his love, and I still love him. I I feel my dad, I still feel his love, and I still love him. I would do anything to have him back, but half the reason that my life is good, has real, true value, is that he died. I would obviously rather have him alive, but he gave me so much in his death. — Gwyneth Paltrow
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Death Dad Sayings By Debbie Macomber: Waltz back into our lives as if nothing had happened. We were dealing with Dad's Waltz back into our lives as if nothing had happened. We were dealing with Dad's death and I wasn't about to take on her problems, too." "I'm not going to argue with you, sweetheart. Like I said, you did the right thing." "I have to wonder," she murmured, her brow furrowed with consternation. "Karen ... " "I know, I know. It doesn't do any good to rehash this over and over. What's done is done. When I spoke to Nichole about the inheritance, she was adamant we did everything we should have. Cassie wasn't — Debbie Macomber
Death Dad Sayings By Ripley Patton: My dad was nothing but a bingo call. My dad was nothing but a bingo call. — Ripley Patton
Death Dad Sayings By J.K. Rowling: Harry, despite your privileged insight into Voldemort's world (which, incidentally, is a gift any Death Harry, despite your privileged insight into Voldemort's world (which, incidentally, is a gift any Death Eater would kill to have), you have never been seduced by the Dark Arts, never, even for a second, shown the slightest desire to become one of Voldemort's followers!"
"Of course I haven't!" said Harry indignantly. "He killed my mum and dad!"
"You are protected, in short, by your ability to love!" said Dumbledore loudly. — J.K. Rowling
Death Dad Sayings By Sherman Alexie: Did she say anything before she died?" he asked."Yes," the surgeon said. "She said, 'Forgive Did she say anything before she died?" he asked.
"Yes," the surgeon said. "She said, 'Forgive him'"
"Forgive him?" my father asked.
"I think she was referring to the drunk driver who killed her."
Wow.
My grandmother's last act on earth was a call for forgiveness, love and tolerance.
She wanted us to forgive Gerald, the dumb-ass Spokane Indian alcoholic who ran her over and killed her.
I think My Dad wanted to go find Gerald and beat him to death.
I think my mother would have helped him.
I think I would have helped him, too.
But my grandmother wanted us to forgive her murderer.
Even dead, she was a better person than us. — Sherman Alexie
Death Dad Sayings By Jennifer Grant: Dad has, and had, a deservedly glowing reputation. However, this belief in 'reputation first' seems Dad has, and had, a deservedly glowing reputation. However, this belief in 'reputation first' seems to have given rise to his fears of what might be rumored after his death. — Jennifer Grant
Death Dad Sayings By Jennifer Niven: Can you tell me what happened, Libbs? Can you tell me what has you so Can you tell me what happened, Libbs? Can you tell me what has you so panicked?"

"All of it." That was my answer, even though I knew my dad was expecting something more specific. "Everything. It was you. Me. Aneurysms. Death. Cancer. Murder. Crime. Mean people. Rotten people. Two-faced people. Bullies. Natural disasters. The world has me panicked. The world did this. Especially the way it gives you people to love and then takes them away." But the answer was actually simple. I had decided to be afraid. — Jennifer Niven
Death Dad Sayings By Brian Doyle: I think about the people I know with the absolutely largest hearts, people with a I think about the people I know with the absolutely largest hearts, people with a stunning capacity for endurance and grace and kindness against the most screaming terrors and pains. My Mom and Dad, for example, enduring the death of their first child at six months old, the boy the brother I never met, dying quietly in his stroller on the porch in the moment that my mother stepped back inside to get a pair of gloves because the crisp brilliant April wind was filled with a whistling cutting wind....

Fifty years later after five more children and two miscarriages she is standing in the kitchen with her usual eternal endless cup of tea and I ask her: How do you get over the death of your child?

And she says, in her blunt honest direct terse kind way,
You don't.
Her face harrowed like a hawk for a moment in the swirling steam of the tea.
p112-13 — Brian Doyle
Death Dad Sayings By Ludacris: My dad was dead, so these streets had to raise me. My dad was dead, so these streets had to raise me. — Ludacris
Death Dad Sayings By Jill McCorkle: I was with my dad 20 years ago as he was dying. I was there I was with my dad 20 years ago as he was dying. I was there at the moment of his death, and I kept wondering the whole while what it must feel like from his point of view to still be there thinking, hearing all that was going on as people came and went, and life continued all around him. — Jill McCorkle
Death Dad Sayings By Ransom Riggs: I thought about how my great-grandparents had starved to death. I thought about their wasted I thought about how my great-grandparents had starved to death. I thought about their wasted bodies being fed to incinerators because people they didn't know hated them. I thought about how the children who lived in this house had been burned up and blown apart because a pilot who didn't care pushed a button. I thought about how my grandfather's family had been taken from him and how because of that my dad grew up feeling like he didn't have a dad. And how I had acute stress and nightmares and was sitting alone in a falling down house and crying hot stupid tears all over my shirt. All because of a seventy year old hurt that had somehow been passed down to me like some poisonous heirloom. — Ransom Riggs
Death Dad Sayings By Colleen Doran: One of my favorite games when I was a kid was 'murder/suicide'. Dad would show One of my favorite games when I was a kid was 'murder/suicide'. Dad would show us a photo and ask us: 'Is it a murder or a suicide ?' — Colleen Doran
Death Dad Sayings By Dani Shapiro: My dad died when I was 23. His death was sudden and shocking - the My dad died when I was 23. His death was sudden and shocking - the result of a car crash - and I never got to say goodbye. — Dani Shapiro
Death Dad Sayings By C.J. Flood: Sam was your brother, and Trick was your friend, but what they did had nothing Sam was your brother, and Trick was your friend, but what they did had nothing to do with you. You don't have to choose. Just because me and your dad couldn't live together, didn't mean you had to stop loving one of us, did it? Doesn't work like that. Love doesn't work like that. — C.J. Flood
Death Dad Sayings By Wayne Watson: My dad died in May of '97. The effects of his death immediately were not My dad died in May of '97. The effects of his death immediately were not all that hard, but a year or two later it hit, when my job as Dad was sort of done and I was sending my kids to college. And somehow, the emotional intensity of that event mixed with the loss of my own dad, was kind of upsetting. — Wayne Watson
Death Dad Sayings By Colleen Hoover: But nowit's like God has it out for us. Why both of them? Wasn't my But now
it's like God has it out for us. Why both of them? Wasn't my dad enough? It's like death came and punched us square in the face. — Colleen Hoover
Death Dad Sayings By Karen Marie Moning: I couldn't believe I'd so completely lost track of time, but I'd had monsters to I couldn't believe I'd so completely lost track of time, but I'd had monsters to fight, a police interrogation to deal with, a graveyard to search, my dad to send home, a mobster's brother's death to avert, a new job to learn, and an illegal auction to attend. It was a wonder I got anything done, really. — Karen Marie Moning
Death Dad Sayings By David Sedaris: Dad said that the guy who can play guitar is going to be the life Dad said that the guy who can play guitar is going to be the life of the party. He's confusing life with death. — David Sedaris
Death Dad Sayings By Laila Ali: My dad is an excellent grandfather. He loves kids. He loves to kiss them to My dad is an excellent grandfather. He loves kids. He loves to kiss them to death. — Laila Ali
Death Dad Sayings By Cecelia Ahern: Dad was more into last impressions than first ones, which makes his death all the Dad was more into last impressions than first ones, which makes his death all the more symbolic. — Cecelia Ahern
Death Dad Sayings By Louise Rennison: Dad leapt over the garden wall instead of going through the gate. Sadly he didn't Dad leapt over the garden wall instead of going through the gate. Sadly he didn't do himself a severe injury, and so he lives to embarrass me to death another day. — Louise Rennison
Death Dad Sayings By Mitch Lucker: At the time of starting this band I was listening to tons of death metal. At the time of starting this band I was listening to tons of death metal. However, the bands that made me want to be in a band to begin with were groups like Korn, Deftones, Slayer, Sepultura ... everything that my dad would buy and bring home to me and my brother saying 'Hey, listen to this'. — Mitch Lucker
Death Dad Sayings By Iain Banks: Was Fergus Urvill anywhere, still? Apart from the body - whatever was left of him Was Fergus Urvill anywhere, still? Apart from the body - whatever was left of him physically, down there in that dark, cold pressure - was there anything else? Was his personality intact somehow, somewhere?
I found that I couldn't believe that it was. Neither was dad's, neither was Rory's, nor Aunt Fiona's, nor Darren Watt's. There was no such continuation; it just didn't work that way, and there should even be a sort of relief in the comprehension that it didn't. We continue in our children, and in our works and in the memories of others; we continue in our dust and ash. To want more was not just childish, but cowardly, and somehow constipatory, too. Death was change; it led to new chances, new vacancies, new niches and opportunities; it was not all loss. — Iain Banks
Death Dad Sayings By Nenia Campbell: If the whole world seems like it's against you, it helps to know that you've If the whole world seems like it's against you, it helps to know that you've still got home. A safe place. It just takes one person - a teacher, a friend, a parent. If I didn't have you and Dad, if you hadn't made it so clear you loved me as much as you did, or if you'd said, 'yeah, why don't you do it, and put yourself out of our misery, just shut up,' I would have killed myself. I really would have. I spent most of those days wishing I were dead anyway, and what always stopped me was the fact that doing so would destroy the lives of the only people who ever cared about me. — Nenia Campbell
Death Dad Sayings By Jonathan Tropper: We can all nod and smile and carry on our end of the conversation in We can all nod and smile and carry on our end of the conversation in an endless loop while our minds float somewhere outside our bodies. We are thinking about our kids, about finances and fiancees and soon-to-be ex wives, about the sex we're not having, the sex our soon-to-be ex wives are having, about loneliness and love and death and Dad, and this constant crowd is like a fog on a dark road; you just keep driving and watch it dissipate in your low beams. — Jonathan Tropper
Death Dad Sayings By Kwame Alexander: Because Dad told you he'd be here forever. Because I thought forever was like Mars Because Dad told you he'd be here forever.
Because I thought forever was like Mars -- far away. — Kwame Alexander
Death Dad Sayings By Doug Stanhope: I kept a picture of me kissing my dad's corpse on the forehead in my I kept a picture of me kissing my dad's corpse on the forehead in my wallet for years. I'd break it out any time someone showed me a baby picture, just so they would know how it ends. — Doug Stanhope
Death Dad Sayings By Paullina Simons: He heard bombs exploding like fireworks, and as if in a dream his father's face He heard bombs exploding like fireworks, and as if in a dream his father's face flashed before him, wanting to know what Alexander was doing near death's door before it was his time. He said, Dad, I'm going for her. — Paullina Simons
Death Dad Sayings By Jasper Fforde: I was glad to see I had only witnessed Dad's death and not the end I was glad to see I had only witnessed Dad's death and not the end of his life, as the two I learned are barely related at all. — Jasper Fforde
Death Dad Sayings By Pippa Wilson: going on. What is all the fuss about? Dad has been taking lots of photos going on. What is all the fuss about? Dad has been taking lots of photos I see. Bella has no idea what is going on. With opening the presents and everything, she didn't get round to looking at BuddyVille before we left. How on earth am I going to break it to her? No time to ponder that now though, as Sergeant Wellard is rounding us all up for the next game: Team Death Match. The teams are mixed again. This — Pippa Wilson
Death Dad Sayings By David Arnold: Mom and Dad had gathered their love like kindling, burned it together. And now that Mom and Dad had gathered their love like kindling, burned it together. And now that love is being scattered all over the place. — David Arnold
Death Dad Sayings By Michael Tianias: Six monthsIt been six months since you passed How long must these feelings of loss Six months
It been six months since you passed
How long must these feelings of loss last ?
It's been six months since you died,
on the surface it appears I never really cried.
I hide away my tears, my sorrow, my fears.
They say time heals all wounds
Wounds may heal, but scars remain.
No one really sees the pain
that hides behind my eyes.
A heart of gold stopped beating
two twinkling eyes closed to rest
God broke our hearts that day to prove he only took the best
Never a day goes by that you're not in our hearts, our minds and in our souls.
We miss you dad. — Michael Tianias
Death Dad Sayings By Elisabeth Egan: My Dad is everywhere and he is nowhere. My world tilts on a different axis, My Dad is everywhere and he is nowhere. My world tilts on a different axis, orbiting the sun of my own family- but still, I feel his warmth. — Elisabeth Egan
Death Dad Sayings By Dana Reinhardt: The walls were coming down around me, but still, I couldn't imagine telling the truth. The walls were coming down around me, but still, I couldn't imagine telling the truth. Not now. It was too late. How can I tell Mom and Dad what we'd done? It would ruin everything. It would ruin their image of me; it would ruin every thought they'd ever had about who I was. It would be another death.Another loss. Another miscarriage. — Dana Reinhardt
Death Dad Sayings By Anne Eliot: It's really hard to deny a kid who's father has passed away. We all just It's really hard to deny a kid who's father has passed away. We all just wanted you to be happy so we messed that up. Your career wasn't about the money. Not at first. It gave you both something big to do so you could stay busy and forget how much you missed your dad." His heart twisted, and he whispered, "When I think of him ... I don't remember his face, but I do remember how much it hurt to have him simply there one day and gone the next ... just gone." Nan nodded. "Imagine how your mom felt. Your dad was the love of her life. — Anne Eliot
Death Dad Sayings By Jeannette Walls: Dad's death didn't hollow me out the way Helen's had. After all, everyone had assumed Dad's death didn't hollow me out the way Helen's had. After all, everyone had assumed Dad was a goner back when he got kicked in the head as a child. Instead, he had cheated death and, despite his gimp and speech impediment, lived a long life doing pretty much what he wanted. He hadn't drawn the best of cards, but he'd played his hand darned well, so what was there to grieve over? — Jeannette Walls
Death Dad Sayings By Allie Brosh: The window was covered by a screen, but my dad had shown me how to The window was covered by a screen, but my dad had shown me how to remove a screen as a preemptive safety measure in case I was trapped in a fire and he couldn't get to me and I turned out to be too stupid to figure out how to kick in a screen to escape death by burning. — Allie Brosh
Death Dad Sayings By Sarah Silverman: When I was 9 or 10 years old, my dad took me over to a When I was 9 or 10 years old, my dad took me over to a neighboring farm to help get stuff for the meal. The farmer, Vic, told me to look at all the turkeys and pick one out. I saw a cute one with a silly walk and cried, 'Him!' Before my pointing finger had even dropped to my side, Vic had grabbed the turkey by the neck and slit [the animal's] throat. Blood and feathers went flying. I had sentenced that turkey to death! Up until then, I didn't know where meat came from - and I've been a vegetarian ever since. — Sarah Silverman
Death Dad Sayings By Jason Reynolds: Well, I'm sorry you couldn't make it either. I'm sorry I had to sit there Well, I'm sorry you couldn't make it either. I'm sorry I had to sit there in that church--which, by the way, had a broken air conditioner--sweating, watching all those people march down the aisle to look in my mother's casket and whisper to themselves all this mess about how much she looked like herself, even though she didn't. I'm sorry you weren't there to hear the lame choir drag out, song after song. I'm sorry you weren't there to see my dad try his best to be upbeat, cracking bad jokes in his speech, choking on his words. I'm sorry you weren't there to watch me totally lose it and explode into tears. I'm sorry you weren't there for me, but it doesn't matter, because even if you were, you wouldn't be able to feel what I feel. Nobody can. Even the preacher said so. — Jason Reynolds
Death Dad Sayings By Kiera Cass: Need I remind you that this Selection was your idea?"She sighed."Listen to your daughter," Dad Need I remind you that this Selection was your idea?"
She sighed.
"Listen to your daughter," Dad said. "Very smart girl. Gets it from me."
"Don't you want some more sleep?" she asked flatly.
"No, I'm feeling very refreshed," he said. I wasn't sure if it was because he wanted to continue the conversation or if he felt he needed to keep his attention on Mom. Either way, he was clearly lying.
"Dad, you look like death punched you in the face."
"You must get that from me, too."
"Dad! — Kiera Cass
Death Dad Sayings By Michael Foreman: On the death of his brothers, my dad lied about his age and joined the On the death of his brothers, my dad lied about his age and joined the army in 1918. He was in the trenches long enough to be gassed and contract the early stages of tuberculosis from which he would eventually die just before my birth. — Michael Foreman
Death Dad Sayings By Jenny Downham: I don't give a shit, Dad!""Well I do! I absolutely give a shit! This will I don't give a shit, Dad!"
"Well I do! I absolutely give a shit! This will completely exhaust you."
"It's my body. I can do what I like!"
"So you don't care about your body now?"
"No, I'm sick of it! I'm sick of doctors and needles and blood tests and transfusions. I'm sick of being stuck in a bed day after day while the rest of you get on with your lives. I hate it! I hate all of you! Adam's gone for a university interview, did you know that? He's going to be here for years doing whatever he likes and I'm going to be under the ground in a couple of weeks! — Jenny Downham
Death Dad Sayings By Shane Jones: I dreamed you a field of running horses, Selah. For you, Bianca, a balloon the I dreamed you a field of running horses, Selah. For you, Bianca, a balloon the size of the sky, my body a kite you can throw into the air.Pull me by string and horse.Tell me everything won't end in death. That everything doesn't end with February. Dead wildflowers wrapped around a crying baby's throat.I've slowed my heartbeat to three beats a minute. I've redrawn the clouds into birds, a fox chasing them into the mountains.I'm going to move my hand today.I vomit ice cubes.There's a ghost next to me.Get up, Dad.(Light Boxes) — Shane Jones
Death Dad Sayings By O.J. Simpson: I could not tell you the date of my mother's death. I could not tell I could not tell you the date of my mother's death. I could not tell you the date of my dad's death. These are not dates that I find significant. — O.J. Simpson
Death Dad Sayings By Meg Cabot: My original inspiration was my mom: a few years after the death of my dad, My original inspiration was my mom: a few years after the death of my dad, she started dating one my teachers! — Meg Cabot
Death Dad Sayings By Randy Pausch: In the fifty years my parents were married, in the thousands of conversations my dad In the fifty years my parents were married, in the thousands of conversations my dad had with me, it had just never come up. And so there I was, weeks after his death, getting another lesson from him about the meaning of sacrifice - and about the power of humility — Randy Pausch
Death Dad Sayings By Alan Silberberg: When you don't have something anymore, you learn to live without it." That's what my When you don't have something anymore, you learn to live without it." That's what my dad told me that first night after he found me sleeping inside a closet underneath a pile of my mom's clothes. All the different smells of her were still there and the memories were alive even if she wasn't.
I looked up into his face and wondered why would I ever want to learn to live without her? That felt like she really would be gone forever, and I wanted to limp on the broken piece of me so I could feel her there all the time. — Alan Silberberg
Death Dad Sayings By Nic Sheff: editor in New York and my mom and dad on the phone. My body is editor in New York and my mom and dad on the phone. My body is weak and bloated. I'm slowly poisoning myself to death. And it's not like I haven't seen what this shit does to people. The most fucked-up detoxes I've ever seen are the people coming off alcohol. It's worse than heroin, worse than benzos, worse than anything. Alcohol can pickle your brain - leaving you helpless, like a child - infantilized - shitting in your pants - ranting madness - disoriented - angry - terrified. But that's not gonna be me, I mean, it can't be. I may hate myself. I may fantasize about suicide. But I'm way too vain to let myself die an alcoholic death. There's nothing glamorous about alcoholism. You don't go out like Nic Cage in Leaving Las Vegas, with a gorgeous woman riding you till your heart stops. Alcoholism takes you down slow, robbing you of every last bit of dignity on your way — Nic Sheff
Death Dad Sayings By Ralph Webster: I've made my peace. He will always be part of me. I don't need to I've made my peace. He will always be part of me. I don't need to watch him die. I am just glad I was able to watch him live. — Ralph Webster
Death Dad Sayings By Jojo Moyes: 12 I wrote to Mrs. Traynor. I didn't tell her about Lily, just that I 12 I wrote to Mrs. Traynor. I didn't tell her about Lily, just that I hoped she was well, that I was back from my travels and would be in her area in a few weeks with a friend, and would like to say hello if possible. I sent it first class, and felt oddly excited as it plopped into the postbox. Dad had told me over the phone that she had left Granta House within weeks of Will's death. He said the estate workers had been shocked, but I thought back to the time I had spotted Mr. Traynor out with Della, the woman he was now about to — Jojo Moyes
Death Dad Sayings By Emma Forrest: Dr. R scratches out a note on his pad."Losing you both was only the practice Dr. R scratches out a note on his pad.
"Losing you both was only the practice pain, wasn't it? For my mum and dad ... "
He puts his finger on his lips, his elbow at his chest, not racked with cancer. "Yes."
"And when that happens, this will seem like nothing."
He nods.
"When it happens," he asks me, "what will get you through?"
"Friends who love me."
"And if your friends weren't there?"
"Music through headphones."
"And if the music stopped?"
"A sermon by Rabbi Wolpe."
"If there was no religion?"
"The mountains and the sky."
"If you leave California?"
"Numbered streets to keep me walking."
"If New York falls into the ocean?"
Your voice in my head. — Emma Forrest
Death Dad Sayings By Leah Raeder: I almost turned around right there. Stupid, yeah, but PTSADS doesn't care how stupid a I almost turned around right there. Stupid, yeah, but PTSADS doesn't care how stupid a trigger is. If you need me to spell that out, it's Post-Traumatic Stuffed Animal Death Syndrome. I thought it was pretty funny. Mom and the psychologist did not. The psychologist said I had substituted George for Dad and I actually had post-dad syndrome. I told her George was a fucking bunny. — Leah Raeder
Death Dad Sayings By Kimberly Willis Holt: The Mozart sonata Dad picked out begins to play. When we hear the first note, The Mozart sonata Dad picked out begins to play. When we hear the first note, we open the sacks and the ladybugs escape through the opening, taking flight. It's as if someone has dumped rubies from heaven. Soon they will land on the plants in search of bollworm eggs. But right now they are magic-red ribbons flying over our heads, weaving against the pink sky, dancing up there with Mozart. — Kimberly Willis Holt
Death Dad Sayings By Clayton M Christensen: In the Mormon Church, we believe we can be married for all eternity, not till In the Mormon Church, we believe we can be married for all eternity, not till death do you part. As Mom was getting older, she was excited, truly excited, that within a few years she'd be with Dad again. — Clayton M Christensen
Death Dad Sayings By Ozzy Osbourne: They teach you how to handle life in England, but they don't teach you a They teach you how to handle life in England, but they don't teach you a thing about death. There's no book telling you what to do when your mum or dad dies. — Ozzy Osbourne
Death Dad Sayings By A.G. Howard: Shh." I squeeze his hand. His palm feels clammy. "We have to keep it down, Shh." I squeeze his hand. His palm feels clammy. "We have to keep it down, okay? We don't want my dad coming in."
He grits his teeth against more shivers. "Always knew I'd end up in your bed ... and hear you say those words one day." He manages a smirk.
Jeb snarls. "Unbelievable. Even when he's at death's door he's a tool." He arranges a pillow beneath Morpheus's neck. "Why don't you keep your mouth shut while we help you."
Morpheus laughs weakly, his skin flashing with blue light. "What say Alyssa"
his breath rattles
"give my mouth something else to do? — A.G. Howard
Death Dad Sayings By A&E Kirk: Your dad wants to know if 'fine' is code for 'please come home, I'm being Your dad wants to know if 'fine' is code for 'please come home, I'm being held hostage by hormonal maniacs.'" Pause. "And if said hormonal maniacs are listening he wants them to know he will cut off vital body parts and watch them bleed out a slow and torturous death then bury said body parts on different continents throughout the world so he will never be brought to justice and will revel in their excruciating demise for the rest of his life because they have the nerve to cause his daughter any discomfort whatsoever. — A&E Kirk
Death Dad Sayings By Brittany Cavallaro: You know, I told Dad not to tell you about that whole near-death thing. I You know, I told Dad not to tell you about that whole near-death thing. I said that you'd overreact, and I was right."
There was a long pause, and then the shouting got somewhat louder. — Brittany Cavallaro
Death Dad Sayings By Karl Ove Knausgard: I wanted dad's life to be seen in that perspective, not the closeup, not the I wanted dad's life to be seen in that perspective, not the closeup, not the man children feared and who later drank himself to death, but the broad view, a human who was born on earth, pure and innocent, as all are at birth, and who lived a life as all humans do and died his death. — Karl Ove Knausgard
Death Dad Sayings By Amanda Carlson: CA-CAW. CA-CAW. I shrieked and hit the floor. Okay, maybe I needed a little protecting. CA-CAW. CA-CAW.
I shrieked and hit the floor.
Okay, maybe I needed a little protecting.
"Use your spear, Ingrid!" I gestured wildly at the ornate weapon. "That bird is not going back out that window without a fight. Hurry, before it pecks us to death!"
Instead of impaling the flying beast with her spear, Ingrid chuckled warmly. "Huggie, it's nice to see you again."
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"If they get to you before I can get you to the Valkyrie stronghold, you'll either be killed or tossed into one of the Nine Worlds quicker than you can say, 'Odin's my dad. — Amanda Carlson
Death Dad Sayings By J.A. Konrath: Sorry to hear about your Dad."He shrugged. "He was seventy, and we always told him Sorry to hear about your Dad."
He shrugged. "He was seventy, and we always told him fast food would kill him."
"Heart attack?"
"He was hit by a Pizza Express truck. — J.A. Konrath
Death Dad Sayings By John Harlin: Dad used to say, "Death is a part of it all." I say it's the Dad used to say, "Death is a part of it all." I say it's the ugly part. But it's why I'm here, why Eiger climbers come. We come because they died, and by dying they created this legend, and we want to be a part of the legend, without dying. — John Harlin
Death Dad Sayings By Gina Damico: Maybe I should off myself right now and come join you."Cordy frowned. "Why?""Well," said Lex, Maybe I should off myself right now and come join you."
Cordy frowned. "Why?"
"Well," said Lex, "it's no picnic over here in the land of the living. The whole town hates me, Mom and Dad probably despise me, there's an angry, murderous bitch tearing up the country, I've got your death to avenge and no one's offering ME any hard candy. — Gina Damico
Death Dad Sayings By Darynda Jones: My real mom died when I was born - hemorrhaged to death while giving birth My real mom died when I was born - hemorrhaged to death while giving birth to
me, which has never been one of my favorite memories - and Dad married Denise before I'd turned a year. Without even asking my opinion on the
matter. Denise and I never really clicked. — Darynda Jones
Death Dad Sayings By Anne Serling: The gifts and the lessons my father left me will last forever: Never take yourself The gifts and the lessons my father left me will last forever: Never take yourself too seriously, never miss a chance to laugh long and hard, speak out about political and social issues you believe in, use the written word as often as you can to make yourself and the world a better place, and love your children with all you've got.
My dad's death had a seismic effect on me but so did his life. — Anne Serling
Death Dad Sayings By Ellen Hopkins: My life is over.My one forever love hasbeen snatched away,condemned by my ownfather's rules to My life is over.
My one forever love has
been snatched away,
condemned by my own
father's rules to die,
just because he loved me.

I am without a home,
without a single person to love.
And after having
discovered love, lived for a short
while surrounded by love,
that is to much to bear.

I am a pariah, at church,
at school. The few people
I once called friends have
betrayed me and caused
the death of my husband,
our innocent child.

And so they should die too.
All of them. Dad. Bishop
Crandall. Trevor, Becca, Emily.
With the pull of a 10mm hair
trigger, their lives will end at sacrament meeting.
Such lovely irony!

And when I finish there,
I'll hide in the desert,
reload, and go in search
of Carmen and Tiffany,
who started the rumors.
And Derek, just because. — Ellen Hopkins
Death Dad Sayings By Peter Carey: Our father Blue Bones was much the same and we brothers cowered before his fury Our father Blue Bones was much the same and we brothers cowered before his fury when TRACKED-IN SAND was detected on the carpets of the VAUXHALL CRESTA and then there were such threats of whippings with razor strops, electric flex, greenhide belts, God save us, he had that mouth, cruel as a cut across his skin. As a boy I could never understand why nice clean sand would cause such terror in my dad's bloodshot eyes, but I had never seen an hourglass and did not know that I would die. None shall be spared, and when my father's hour was come then the eternal sand-filled wind blew inside his guts and ripped him raw, God forgive him for his sins. He could never know peace in life or even death, never understood what it might be to become a grain of sand, falling whispering with the grace of multitudes, through the fingers of the Lord. — Peter Carey
Death Dad Sayings By Nick Hornby: Barry, you're over thirty years old. You owe it to your mum and dad not Barry, you're over thirty years old. You owe it to your mum and dad not to sing in a group called Sonic Death Monkey. — Nick Hornby
Death Dad Sayings By Stephen Domena: CHAPTER THREE SIN USHERS MAN TO DEATH But now that you have been set free CHAPTER THREE SIN USHERS MAN TO DEATH But now that you have been set free from sin and have become slaves of God, the benefit you reap leads to holiness, and the result is eternal life. For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord. -Romans 6:22-23 As Lust got older, Grandpa Earth would yield his treasures to her; everything precious that he stored, he would render to his firstborn grandchild. Lust became very wealthy incomparable to every other living being including her dad. She employed many of her siblings, and advised them of how to make great success as her employees. Despite her favour with her granddad, she did not receive the same preferential treatment from Grandma Sun. — Stephen Domena
Death Dad Sayings By Jandy Nelson: Because in addition to joining dangerous gangs and having parties, this Noah also goes out Because in addition to joining dangerous gangs and having parties, this Noah also goes out with girls, keeps his hair buzzed and tidy, hangs at The Spot, watches sports with Dad. For all other sixteen-year-old boys: fine. For Noah, it signifies one thing: death of the spirit. A book with the wrong story in it. — Jandy Nelson
Death Dad Sayings By Jessi Kirby: Anna: Ash, I don't have anything planned with my Mother ... She's dead.Ashley: What?Anna: She Anna: Ash, I don't have anything planned with my Mother ... She's dead.
Ashley: What?
Anna: She died when I was seven. She drowned. It's just my Dad and me. I didn't tell you before because I just wanted a fresh start here, because before I moved, everybody knew about it and ... I'm sorry.
Ashley: ... You're like a Disney Princess! — Jessi Kirby
Death Dad Sayings By Bob Saget: My humor was kind of from my dad and all the stuff that we went My humor was kind of from my dad and all the stuff that we went through, which was a lot of death. My humor was an escape. — Bob Saget
Death Dad Sayings By Anna Banks: But maybe my expression isn't as bad as I think it is. Maybe Galen's just But maybe my expression isn't as bad as I think it is. Maybe Galen's just really good at reading me. Or maybe he's just being overly mushy himself. He is a tad protective, after all. I glance at Toraf, who's sitting on the other full-size bed next to Rayna. And Toraf is already looking at me. When our eyes meet, he shakes his head ever so slightly. As if to say, "Don't do it." As if to say, "You really don't want to do it." As if to say, "I know you really want to do it, but I'm asking you not to. As a friend."
I huff, then adjust myself in Galen's death grip. It's not fair that Galen and Toraf silently ask me to accept this. That my mother is putty in Grom's proficient hands. That her temperature barely raised a degree around my dad, yet Grom, within an hour of reunion, has her titanium exterior dissolving like Alka-Seltzer in hot water. I can't accept it. Won't. Will. Not. — Anna Banks
Death Dad Sayings By Galaxy Craze: Do you think there really is a Heaven?" Jamie asked, his small voice floating up Do you think there really is a Heaven?" Jamie asked, his small voice floating up into the darkness.
I lay still, afraid to answer, because I wasn't sure.
"Yes, Jamie," Mary said. "And tomorrow we'll see Mum and Dad."
"And Bella," I added. "She'll bark the second she sees you."
Jamie giggled. To laugh at our own death seemed strange, but it was all we could do. — Galaxy Craze
Death Dad Sayings By Beth Revis: Mom used to say that the thoughts in our heads were nothing more than electrical Mom used to say that the thoughts in our heads were nothing more than electrical impulses. I remember Dad and her talking about this over dinner. It frustrated Dad that the human brain can fire electrical sparks and think, but that the electricity he'd pump into an android brain would never give it independent thought. The body isn't that different from a machine. Humans and androids both run on electricity.
That lightning spark of energy I saw in the reverie.
That was my mother's last thought, an echo of electricity, something that sparked when I entered her dreamscape.
That spark is gone now. Her life is gone now. Everything that made her, her, is gone now. Faded into nothing. — Beth Revis
Death Dad Sayings By Sandra Tsing Loh: Parental anxieties: A timeline. Pre-1800s: Potato famine, death of entire villages. 1900s: Trying to keep Parental anxieties: A timeline. Pre-1800s: Potato famine, death of entire villages. 1900s: Trying to keep dad's job through depression so entire family does not starve or have to sell off children to agribusiness. 2000: Infringement of Parenthood on sense of Personhood. — Sandra Tsing Loh
Death Dad Sayings By Clarence Budington Kelland: Henry James once defined life as that predicament which precedes death, and certainly nobody owes Henry James once defined life as that predicament which precedes death, and certainly nobody owes you a debt of honor or gratitude for getting him into that predicament. But a child does owe his father a debt, if Dad, having gotten him into this peck of trouble, takes off his coat and buckles down to the job of showing his son how best to crash through it. — Clarence Budington Kelland
Death Dad Sayings By Deborah Harkness: Diana: You are everything we dreamed you would one day become. Life is the strong Diana: You are everything we dreamed you would one day become. Life is the strong warp of time. Death is only the weft. It will be because of your children, and your children's children, that I will live forever. Dad P.S. Every time you read "something is rotten in the state of Denmark" in Hamlet, think of me. — Deborah Harkness