Woman weeps for joy at her military husband’s homecoming
Just try not to cry right along with her…
From the video description…
The moment I saw him was just unreal. I remember reaching into my fridge for some drinks and getting up to hand one to my mother-in-law, and then I saw the boots, the uniform, and then the face. It was just complete joy, disbelief and relief, which is why I fell on the floor and sobbed uncontrollably.
(via Blah Bethany)
Read more: http://twentytwowords.com/woman-weeps-for-joy-at-her-military-husbands-homecoming/
Rule #1 of the internet: Don’t feed the troll. Rule #2 of the internet: There are lots of idiots here.
It’s nice he got home safe after he finished pillaging and raping in the Middle East.God forbid anyone mentions the thousands of Iraqi and Afghan wives and mothers that weep over the bodies of their loved ones.
Whoopsie! I meant to say “know this individual.”
My cat is crying…
After reading my comment with a cool head, I realise I shouldn’t have called you those names… sorry! No offense..
This and hundred of other homecomings are on youtube. Check out TheBobJohnson1984. I love to watch them and cry along.
That’s quite an accusation. I’m going to assume you don’t actually know that this individual, but are instead projecting your bias onto him.
RE: The “raping and pillaging” comment. Obviously our soldiers are not doing that (99.9% of the time), but it would be good to remember that most iraqi men are not doing that either, so it’s not helpful to pretend that anyone with dark skin is the enemy.The Iraqi military and police families rejoice at seeing their long lost loved ones just as much as we do, and their death rates are so many times higher. God bless all who fight against terrorism, whatever their nationality.
You’re a mean man, Abraham Piper. ‘Try not to cry’. U-huh.