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The Father (Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life)
The Father is the main antagonist of the infamous trollpasta Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life.

Shrek Is Love, Shrek is Life

The father appears in this trollpasta by criticizing his son for his devotion to Shrek. Knowing that his father was jealous of his devotion to the almighty Ogrelord, the boy responded to his criticism by calling him a c**t. The father slaps him across the face in retribution, and he then sends him to bed. The father later comes back into his son's room only to find Shrek in the middle of sodomizing his son. Shrek then looked him dead in the eyes and told him that it was all ogre now. Shrek then flies out into the night through the young boy's window, and the father is left in shock. His legs are later seen dangling from a tree, implying he killed himself in fear that Shrek would come back to kill him.


  • In the Source Filmmaker animation, he is portrayed as Nick from Left 4 Dead 2.
    • Ironically, the protagonist (his son) is portrayed as Ellis who also comes from Left 4 Dead 2.
    • Interestingly enough, these two characters' ages are not far enough apart to realistically be father and son (23 and 35 respectively).
  • He was the first main antagonist known in the original Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life story, before Farquaad and Drek appeared time later.
  • In Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life 4ever after, the father had passed away before his son's birth due to lung cancer. In the Source Filmmaker animation there is a small action figure of him in his son's possession.


Shrek Is Love, Shrek Is Life

Shrek Is Love, Shrek Is Life. (Original)