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Religious Dad Asks for Forgiveness After Punching Virtual Stripper

Growing up when Grand Theft Auto was new was one hell of a time. Many of us had to hide the game from our parents, but it was still inevitable that they'd catch you doing some unsavory stuff. We always wondered how people with very strict or very religious parents dealt with it. They made for some interesting scenes, like how this person's religious dad out-religioned some evangelists at the door.

Dad asks God for forgiveness after making mistake in grand theft auto | r/tifu Posted by u/TheBlackBradPitt 3 hours ago TIFU by making my Dad punch stripper GTA and tearfully ask God forgiveness front my entire family. M encouraged post this here comment made elsewhere, even though didn't happen today, or even this decade, so mods please remove if goes against rules s very funny story though young, my brothers and snuck copy San Andreas into house spent days holed up our basement taking turns
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Teen of The Day: This Kid Made a PowerPoint to Convince His Parents to Buy ‘Grand Theft Auto V’

This kid is going places.

Probably not to the store to buy GTAV, but places.

The 13-year-old son of Jestersheister created this PowerPoint to convince his parents to buy the game for him.

And he makes some pretty solid points...

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Yay for teamwork! In this heartwarming replay of GTA V Online, YuckyChucky gives a free airlift for a stranger with a rather youthful voice, reminding us that online multiplay isn't always about killing and stealing everything.

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CinemaSins presents a supercut montage of classic action scenes from movies and TV shows that are recreated in the vast open world of Grand Theft Auto V. Can you name all the references in the clip?

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Remember that GameStop customer who tried to pick up his preordered copy of Grand Theft Auto V with his business card instead of a valid photo ID? Well, now that the video has gone viral, GameStop just issued a formal apology to the customer via Facebook, adding that they're "investigating the situation."