r/Maliciouscompliance My Dad Beat & Abandoned Me, So I Stole His Stuff!
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r/Maliciouscompliance Unfortunately, OP has a horrible father who thinks that it's a good idea to beat his kids as a way to discipline them. When OP's father finally tells OP to leave the house and not come back, OP happily complies and begins living independently. He later finds out from a friend that his dad is leaving on vacation for a few days, so OP sneaks back into his old place and steals all of his dad's stuff. To be fair, it was stuff that the dad bought with OP's money, so realistically OP had every right to take it back. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app · Music + Talk: Got an idea for a Music + Talk show? Get started by downloading the free Anchor app or going to anchor.fm/musicplustalk anchor.fm/musicplustalk
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