Gearbest's Father's Day Giveaway - 4 lights! WINNERS LIST IN POST 95

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Gearbest's Father's Day Giveaway - 4 lights! WINNERS LIST IN POST 95

EDIT: June 25: check out post no. 95 for winners’ video list

Hello guys,

In behalf of Gearbest (courtesy of Jona), l will be facilitating this year’s Father’s Day celebration in a form of our usual giveaway.

Just post a short essay on this topic: What does Father’s Day mean to you and what, if there is, is its significance to your life, or to someone’s life which gave you a lesson for the rest of your life.

Post only once, and that will be your entry.

Though for ethical reasons l am out of this, allow me to start the ball rolling:

My late father always told me, “ l don’t care if you become an embalmer (no offense intended to those who are), but if you become the number one in town, then by all means”
…..and also you as a father to your family

At stake are 2 pcs. Utorch UTO2 throwers and 2 pcs. Zanflare F1, very nice lights, btw.

http://m.gearbest.com/led-flashlights/pp_555779.html

http://m.gearbest.com/led-flashlights/pp_466743.html

Winners will be picked via Random on June 25th, 2017

Good luck and hoping to see some meaningful posts that could benefit everyone.

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Edited by: tatasal on 06/24/2017 - 22:14
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My father inspired me to become a firefighter, just like him

G’day!

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My father was a very nice guy that treated people with respect, and I try to be a friendly and well-mannered son to honor his memory.

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I love my father (80 years old…)
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Congrats to the winners!!

Please SUBSCRIBE to my youtube channel (flashlights, electronic gadgets and various stuff..)

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCF3RcoQ3Ff05Cr4-Gg5qAw

I am a beginner. So please help me to make the channel "grow up"

Thanks!!

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I work for the same company as my dad, first started as a grunt but he told me to get training for a job that was a long shot even higher rank then him and I actually got it last year and made him really proud by going from the bottom to the top by devoting a lot of time studying for the test ..for a dream of a job…. I just gave him a s2+ and he is always impressed by my lights… I got him a A1s light that I’ll give him Sunday when we BBQ… I know he will love it!! He is always a good friend just to relax and do cool things together I’m glad he is healthy and happy

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My dad always told me to work hard and play hard. I have since amended that statement to include my flashlight hobby.

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It is nice to read about poster’s positive relationship with their fathers.

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My dad is the inspiration for how I want to be towards my son. He showed me the value of hard work, taught me to treasure my family and relationships and showed me a great example of how to be a father. Father’s day is a great opportunity to show my appreciation for his influence in my life.

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My Dad taught me to work hard until the work is done. He can still out-work me, and he’s retired. I’m very thankful for my Dad.

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Didn’t have much growing up but dad work hard for us. I’m always grateful what the did for me. Fathers day is just another day I try to show him how much I appreciate Jim and what he means to me

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To me father’s day is significant as a day in which I help my father (and equally I myself) partake in feasting on bacon and other delicious breakfast goods – a celebration of all things Excellent in the world

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I don’t talk to my dad now. We do follow the same football team we use to go and watch games when I was a kid.

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I like to reflect on the encouragement and support my father has provided our family over the years and spend quality time with him. I also enjoy the day with my daughter.

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My father ( 77 years old) is very sporty, I should do identical… !!!

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I love my father.

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My father does not live anymore but he was a friendly cornerstone of the family.
I’m a father too, and father’s day for me is coffee in bed (very inconvenient) and some colourful rag that my 6yrold has lovingly made for me Innocent
But I get to choose the evening meal and do not have to cook for a change Smile

Thanks for the giveaway, Gearbest!

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I owe my keen wit and common sense to my dear ole Dad. Lots of fun growing up under the command of my USMC father, friend and gentle warrior. I would spend most summers at El Toro Marine Air Station hanging around the flight line, gym and horse stables. What a great childhood my Dad provided.

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I grew up on a farm with my adopted aunt and uncle and didn’t know my father. We crossed paths later in life, but I didn’t realize he was my father at that time. He was a bit of a jerk. He did eventually tell me who he was and the two of us reconciled with the help of my twin sister.

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I love my father, he bought me my first flashlight.

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My father showed me how to balance work time and family. Family is very important.

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Father’s day itself does not have much significance to me, as my father did not attach significance to it, but as a father he was the symbol of integrity and honesty for us, he put others first and took responsibility seriously. There was a strength in his character that he probably did not recognise in himself, but which was an encouragement and a confidence booster by example. That is what I would like to remember about him on Father’s day, and writing this has really brought that home.

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My father is nice and caring person. He always tries to teach me about work and life.
He is a construction worker and he teaches me about that, an I am teaching him about computers and electronics.
I also made him a flashlight lover and he loves to look when I mod them and encourages me at my hobby.

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Great reading all these nice stories, thanks.
Trying to be a good dad for our 13 year old boy, he is not making stuff for father’s day anymore Wink

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I have a grown daughter who is off having a positive impact on the world which is your purpose as a parent.

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My father was a man, much like every other man. He never found the answer, I’m not sure he was even seeking it.

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That has made a huge world of difference in my life. Although I may have figured it out eventually.

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It’s over 14 years since I held my dad’s hand as he died. I can still picture the whole scene. Very sad, but I hope my kids can be around me when I die because I know that he knew I loved him.

Then repeat with mam, five years later.

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On relationships, my father always said that once you meet the right person things would just fall into place without being too difficult, I was dubious until I met my incipient wife, never doubt the wisdom of your dear old dad!

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