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To have given all the t-shirts back until he makes his mind up, and to be a bit miffed over it all?

(13 Posts)
Nahui Sun 14-Jun-09 21:15:31

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AnguaVonUberwald Sun 14-Jun-09 21:17:45

It sounds to me like this made your dad aware of how badly he had behaved and rather than face this he blamed it on you.

controlfreakythecontrolfreak Sun 14-Jun-09 21:19:29

silly arse. ignore him.

Nahui Sun 14-Jun-09 21:26:40

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NervousNutty Sun 14-Jun-09 21:27:36

Tbh I think you were being childish. They were his t'shirts to give away, and he only asked for 2 back.

Tortington Sun 14-Jun-09 21:30:08

this really is something and nothing to get worked up about - is it really worth any effort?

Nahui Sun 14-Jun-09 21:30:42

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Nahui Sun 14-Jun-09 21:32:37

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Mintyy Sun 14-Jun-09 21:34:43

I don't understand what has changed since last night? You found two xls to give back but your mum forgot to take them with her. Today you can't just return those two xls - you have to take back the lot. Am I right?

Seems you spat the dummy a little by taking them ALL back. Perhaps your Dad thought you were being a little brattish?

Nahui Sun 14-Jun-09 22:27:03

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Kimi Sun 14-Jun-09 22:43:39

its a couple of T-shirts....get over it

gymllfixit Sun 14-Jun-09 22:44:19

couldn't you have rung them back to check whether it was 2 XL s or 2 XXl s. That would have cleared it up surely.

pjmama Sun 14-Jun-09 23:07:19

I agree with nutty and minty - whatever your justification for sending the lot back, it does come across as petulant. If that wasn't the intention then just explain to your Dad and apologise for the misunderstanding. It's not worth falling out over IMO.

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