Izismile.com » Random » Awesome » Dad Makes Son’s Last Wish a Reality (15 pics)

Dad Makes Son’s Last Wish a Reality (15 pics)

Posted in Random » Awesome   21 Apr 2014   / 7517 views

This will break your heart.

 

Jack Robinson, 4, from Hampshire England was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor and developed a bucket list of things he would like to do. His last wish could only be fulfilled after his death and his dad made sure that he had the Star Wars themed funeral he always wanted.

 

Jack was also a huge Doctor Who fan and the show’s star, Matt Smith, sent him numerous personal messages from the United States, and sang the Doctor Who theme tune for the boy before he passed away in hospital. 






Loading...
Loading...
Loading...




Comments (8):

Unknown                    show commment -7
1
2.
dang8521 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Your ¨edit note¨ really shows your love and concern for humanity. Stupid people are the ones that wish pain, misery and death on other people and here you are calling other people stupid. And now you have two negative votes, because you deserve them. See what I mean. I am one of those YOU are calling stupid and the meanest thing I wish for you is another negative vote.
       
0
3.
Unknown 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Humanity ?

And the idiots who keep others in ignorance, this not bother you?
Me though.
You're as stupid as them.

       
0
4.
Fats-T 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
It's easy to say that you have a quick fix to their problem but unless you know the specifics of the individual case you cannot say that the solution will work for them. How do you know that they didn't try the diet method? Maybe it didn't work. Not every case is the same.
What remains here is that a child died and his father did something that would have made him smile. If that doesn't touch your heart and all you can do is criticize what you think the father did or did not do and make stupid threats to people who don't agree with you, then Fuck you!!
       
-2
5.
Unknown 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
" it costs nothing and sometimes it saves lives "

sometimes, I say sometimes.
And it's better than preparing the funeral of his son.

Learns to read, and fuck you to.
       
0
6.
izzimyfizzi 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
"Learns to read..."
How about you learn English, motherfucker.
       
0
7.
darkraisin 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I guess our Unknown friend thinks that dad ignored the son's condition and just focused his effort on planning the funeral. Why Unknown thinks this way remain unknown. one theory would be that Unknown's dad performed the shrink thing on Unknown's brain tumor but instead of the tumor his brain shriked.
       
1
8.
Oksana 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
this is so sad!!! Parents should never bury their children
       














Archives

2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008