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To Think Ex Friend Has A Massive Sense of Entitlement?

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zukiecat Sun 07-Aug-11 19:57:57

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Bulmers Sun 07-Aug-11 20:00:04

is your DD giving her the phone for free?

michglas Sun 07-Aug-11 20:01:15

Tell her to bog off (in nice as way as possible). Her DD wants the phone and your DD is being good enough to give it to her, so her DD can come and get it.

nobiggy Sun 07-Aug-11 20:01:36

Does sound that way.

warthog Sun 07-Aug-11 20:03:49

no it's not up to you or your dd to take it over. jeez. she's lucky to get the phone in the first place.

i'd let the dd's sort it out between them and keep out of it myself. but that's me.

DizzyKipper Sun 07-Aug-11 20:03:51

Well actually I'd take the line that it is up to her or her DD to collect it as she's getting it for free, and if they're not willing to do that then she doesn't get the phone - ignore any whining or complaints she proceeds to make. Or, if your DD is charging her tell your ex-friend that delivering it will entail delivery costs on top.

Besom Sun 07-Aug-11 20:04:50

Eh? Can't she escort her dd over to get it? It's nothing to do with you anyway as it's between your dd and hers. Just ignore her.

Well done for going out and getting bus.

zukiecat Sun 07-Aug-11 20:05:55

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TheArmadillo Sun 07-Aug-11 20:06:20

YANBU - get your dd to send hers a message that she has 2 weeks to collect the phone else it will be sold/given to someone else.

Bulmers Sun 07-Aug-11 20:07:18

Well if she's getting a phone for free she's got a bloody cheek. When she's paid for the phone, plus delivery, then she can expect to have it delivered to her door.

whackamole Sun 07-Aug-11 20:08:49

If it's that urgent she should get off her lazy arse and collect it herself.

How many favours does she need without giving anything back? I remember your other posts and yes, she is a massive piss taker. Tell her to collect it herself or DD will send it to Envirofone.

zukiecat Sun 07-Aug-11 20:12:35

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HeyYouJimmy Sun 07-Aug-11 20:15:10

It's up to your XF's DD to collect it. If she doesn't, then I'd guess that she doesn't want it that badly. Besides, it's between your DD and her DD.

Anyway, just want to say well done for taking the bull by the horns and getting out. Good on you lass smile.

lachesis Sun 07-Aug-11 20:15:47

Oh, tell this lazy mare to jog on! Either the girl, and the mum and Voldemort or whoever, turn up to collect the phone or they can piss off.

TheArmadillo Sun 07-Aug-11 20:16:55

she's doing it to make a point that you should be running around after her when she clicks her fingers. You have obviously been lacking in the running around after her duties she feels is her entitlement and she wants to get you back on track.

If it was really about not wanting her dd to walk down by herself, she or someone else could walk down with her, so clearly it's not.

ProcrastinatorGeneral Sun 07-Aug-11 20:21:54

Ignore her. She's being a muppet.

Well done on getting out and about. 'tis hard work <shows a bit of anxiously paranoid solidarity>

zukiecat Sun 07-Aug-11 20:22:26

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zukiecat Sun 07-Aug-11 20:26:32

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TheMagnificentBathykolpian Sun 07-Aug-11 20:30:14

You're still giving her the phone though.

For her daughter, yes. But means she doesn't have to.

And she wants you to bring it round? I hope you are saying "If you want it, fetch it. If you haven't fetched it by X day, I shall give it to <charity> instead. It is your choice."

zukiecat Sun 07-Aug-11 20:41:06

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AnneTwacky Sun 07-Aug-11 20:44:11

If she's worried about her DD walking over to yours on her own to get the phone, why is she not walking over with her.

I wouldn't go out my way to get the phone to her. You and your DD are not on this earth to be at her beck and call.

DogsBestFriend Sun 07-Aug-11 20:45:51

Good for your DD. smile Well done Little Miss Zukiecat!

And as for XF, ignore, ignore, ignore, she can't get off on that!

AnneTwacky Sun 07-Aug-11 20:48:30

Sorry x posted.

Glad you didn't give in, sounds like it going to a much better cause smile

zukiecat Sun 07-Aug-11 20:53:39

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warthog Sun 07-Aug-11 20:55:06

i wonder if it's her pride. maybe she's feeling like a charity case and wants to send the message that she's not desperate - doesn't really need it that much, and that she'd doing you a favour by her dd taking it.

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