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AIBU to think that between 10.30&11 means between 10.30&11?

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17leftfeet Sat 08-Feb-14 11:39:09

Ex rang up yesterday, he has dd2, she has forgotten something, can they come and get it

I told him I have stuff to do but if he gives me a time then I can be in

We agreed between 10.30 and 11 so I rushed back from taking dd1 to theatre group and have been sat here since -one of the shops I need to go to closes at 1

And he's not answering his bloody phone

If dd2 wasn't coming I'd just go out and sod him!

BobPatSamandIgglePiggle Sat 08-Feb-14 11:42:10

Can't you bag up whatever he needs and leave it on the doorstep with a note??

17leftfeet Sat 08-Feb-14 11:46:06

No my front door is straight onto the road and he can't get through to the back garden

scaevola Sat 08-Feb-14 11:53:41

At risk of tipping off burglars, I'd stick a note to the door saying 'You said 10:30-11. I waited until 12, but have to pop out. I'll be back at xx. I hope nothing is seriously wrong"

(Because if you get arsey, sod's law means it's the day they got rear-ended or have some impeccable reason for delay).

17leftfeet Sat 08-Feb-14 12:03:39

That's what worries me

Which he knows -he's doing this deliberately

Oldraver Sat 08-Feb-14 12:17:22

Does your DD2 desperately need the item ? I would go out with the item. text him where it can be found grin

17leftfeet Sat 08-Feb-14 12:19:15

She's just text me and said can they come tomorrow instead as her dad has gone out and she's at her auntie's house

Grr grr grr

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