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mums been annoying again - December 1st 2017, 05:11 PM

mums been annoying again ive just had my phone off a couple days
and she said ohh thank goodness your fine i was worried
and told me she been ringing and messaging me im like WTF
then shes got the cheek to ask if ive had a good day
it woulda been better if she not opened her fat mouth urghh
then she says how i should be greatful someone cares
i just pointed out shes old so it doesnt count she'll be dead soon right
   
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Re: mums been annoying again - December 2nd 2017, 06:18 PM

Your mum has every right to worry about you. My mum does all the time. It's really not nice to point out that she's old and stuff. You'll regret saying that when she passes away.


breathe. it's just a bad day, not a bad life.
   
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Re: mums been annoying again - December 2nd 2017, 07:24 PM

yes how dare she ask if you've had a good day, what an absolute monster.
I understand feeling angsty and bratty towards a well-meaning parent, it happens to the best of us due to these lovely raging hormones.
that being said, there's a fine line between being annoyed about a parent constantly "bothering" you, and proceeding to insult them for doing that.

I honestly think you should apologize for calling her old and saying she's going to die soon. Wow.


i don't know what i'm supposed to do
haunted by the ghost of you
   
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Re: mums been annoying again - December 4th 2017, 02:48 AM

It'll be fine, it will blow over. My mom is annoying sometimes and I don't insult her, I just wait for it to blow over or ask people. It's really rude to say that it doesn't count because she's old. Did you tell her that in real life? If so, you should apologize immediately. She's just worried about you. I hope you can apologize and the two of you can be fine. Hugs.
   
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