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Is my mum being unreasonable - teenage stylee

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FriskyMare Sat 13-Apr-13 12:22:19

So, my friend and I went to a party last night and get this, mum expected us to get a bus there! After we pointed out we'd have to walk 1/2 mile from the bus stop to the venue in our 6 inch platforms she finally agreed to give us a lift.
When dad came to collect us at 1am, we thought, as there was room in the car he could also take a couple of our friends home too.
Mum had the cheek to ask us to keep quiet when we were having a laugh messing around in my room (friend stayed over) cos we had woken my brother. FGS its only 1.30am and it's the weekend.
So, we've finally woken up at midday and we're starving. I texted her to let her know we are hungry and she has texted back saying "IT's not a B&B". AIBU to think she could at least get us some toast as we are very tired after our night out and she only stayed in watching telly.
(By the way, we are 15)

FriskyMare Sat 13-Apr-13 12:23:30

Totally lifted from "Cutted up Pear" thread I know grin

wankerchief Sat 13-Apr-13 12:26:15

Yanbu go play loud music and spill nail varnish on her favourite coat to teach her a lesson

HappyJustToBe Sat 13-Apr-13 12:30:12

She is trying to ruin your life.

quoteunquote Sat 13-Apr-13 12:32:30

I hope mummy brings you some healthy porridge soon, right after she has banged the vacuum cleaner repeatedly against your door, while she sings along to mamma mia,

FriskyMare Sat 13-Apr-13 12:37:54

We are fading away up here and she just doesn't care sad. I mean, how difficult is it to put some bread in a toaster and bring it up two flights of stairs fgs. she could do with the execise

Pandemoniaa Sat 13-Apr-13 12:41:14

The absolute cah!

At the very least your mother should have delivered you individual trays with a full English breakfast accompanied by freshly squeezed orange juice, toast with butter curls and a single, dewy red rose.

She's clearly a hopeless case. I'd leave home now while you still know everything.

quoteunquote Sat 13-Apr-13 13:47:50

Frisky I'm getting quite concerned, I hope she has seen the errors of her way, and bought you freshly squeezed juice, coffee and almond croissants.

Do you have a wireless printer in your home, type out a helpful list of suggestions and instructions on word, then press print, she will thank you.

FriskyMare Sat 13-Apr-13 13:56:12

We have made it to the kitchen, she has made dad some lunch, just because he only had 5 hours sleep last night and been on a 50 mile bike ride this morning! confused
We have grabbed all the biscuits/crisps/chocolate we can find and gone back to bed.
She is lazy in the extreme. She hasn't even ironed my uniform for when I go back to school on monday shock

quoteunquote Sat 13-Apr-13 14:05:44

Have you alerted your dad to the fact she may be faulty, has he any suggestions?

KatieScarlett2833 Sat 13-Apr-13 14:06:06

My mum is worse. She went up town today to get my granny a birthday present and didn't buy me the black jeans I needed. Just because I never like anything she buys me!
Now I have to get up, get dressed and get them myself! She'd better give me lunch money too .. wink

Sleepybunny Sat 13-Apr-13 14:35:35

Wow outrageous! If it were me I'd have been onto childline a long time ago!

Could you sue at least? Finacial compensation may make your life more palatable?

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