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in thinking its just plain wrong to attend a friends party and then hit on her father when its the first time she haqs seen him in 10 years!

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Mamazon Sun 12-Jul-09 11:20:36

it was my best friends birthdayt party last night. her father has been in prison and she hasn't seen him since his release ealier this year, so in all its been about 10 years.

her father came to the party. one of our friends who we know to be a little loose of moral anyway managed to get quite drunk quite quickly.

within an hour she was quite openly flirting with friends father. much whispering about it amongst fellow guests.

next thing we know is friends dd comes inside crying her eyes out because she just caught other friend and her grandfather outside together....in a compromising position shall we say.

Now i believe he is just as bad. it was his daughters party and he should have acted with some rsstraint. but what sort of friend does that? honestly. i know i am being judgy judgson of judgville but i think she is a dirty pile of filth.

LaurieFairyCake Sun 12-Jul-09 11:21:54

are they both single though?

famishedass Sun 12-Jul-09 11:22:20

What's wrong with two single people getting off with each at a party?

LaurieFairyCake Sun 12-Jul-09 11:22:32

cos otherwise the story is "people go to party and cop off" shockgrin

Simples Sun 12-Jul-09 11:23:21

what a rough sounding party

famishedass Sun 12-Jul-09 11:25:32

what a rough sounding party

no, it sounds greatgrin - beats the hell out of the boring family get togethers I usually go too.

squeaver Sun 12-Jul-09 11:31:30

It's certainly dubious.

But I want more salacious details:

- what was he in prison for?

- are they both single?

- what sort of things has she done before?

- what sort of compromising position? Snogging? BJ? Up the jumper rub?

[Jeremy Kyle emoticon]

famishedass Sun 12-Jul-09 11:32:56

grin grin grin

Hassled Sun 12-Jul-09 11:34:21

I love "a little of loose moral" . The friend is a tramp.

I also want to know why he was in prison.

LaurieFairyCake Sun 12-Jul-09 11:34:43

oh yeah, if he was humping her from behind round the side of the house at a party where children could have seen I'll have a judge.

phoebeophelia Sun 12-Jul-09 11:38:12



Great to have an occasional foray into ChavWorld.

Ho hum, back to the gardening....

Simples Sun 12-Jul-09 11:38:56

I think he was there for assault

7 years

out on licence

Mamazon Sun 12-Jul-09 11:38:59

i don't have full details of what exactly they were up to but i have got the impression it was a knee trembler behind the building.

loose of moral was me trying not to call her a dirty slut, but sadly that is precisely what she is.

She is married, he as far as i know is single.

he was in prison for money laundering and fraud.

I don't even have an isue with the pair of them getting together...apart from the fact she isn't single, but as its never stopped her before..
I would have expected them to chat and maybe flirt and exchange numbers. not get it on in full view of the family he hasn't seen in a decade.

junglist1 Sun 12-Jul-09 11:39:01

I wouldn't expect my mates to start copping off with my dad at his home coming party shock Oh crap had a vision then, sorry Tam.

Simples Sun 12-Jul-09 11:40:36

ah WHITE COLLAR CRIME

oh the party was prob in Kensington

squeaver Sun 12-Jul-09 11:46:19

She's married shock

Money laundering - she thinks he's got a stash of cash somewhere doesn't she?

Maybe she's one of those women who write in prisoners on Death Row.

<<fills in details vicariously>>

Mamazon Sun 12-Jul-09 11:46:45

no not kensington. dead centre of chavsville.

white collared i guess, butt he money he was laundering was for a drug gang full of murderers.
all very eastenders

Hassled Sun 12-Jul-09 11:49:32

Mamazon, you live a very interesting life. Am I right in thinking you are the playground hammer-attack woman?

Anyway, YANBU, and the birthday friend must be very hacked off.

Mamazon Sun 12-Jul-09 11:51:42

not an interesting life, just that i live in the world chav centre.

honestly i am stunned by some of the going's on around here that pas for normal behaviour. i dread the day that i become so accustomed to it all it fails to shock me.

Mamazon Sun 12-Jul-09 11:52:05

and yes, it was me that saw the hammer attack.

Hassled Sun 12-Jul-09 11:53:04

Well MN can be your shock-barometer - if in doubt, we'll reassure you that you are still sane .

Mamazon Sun 12-Jul-09 11:54:57

its got to the stage where i wonder whether im just unreasonably judgy and maybe a little snobbish.
i need reassurance from normal people that these things are in fact wrong and im not imagining it

Ronaldinhio Sun 12-Jul-09 11:57:30

yabu and you know it....I love indiscretions at parties

DesperateHousewifeToo Sun 12-Jul-09 12:04:26

Maybe she was just helping him to locate his 'stash' which he had hidden for safe keeping wink

MadameOvary Sun 12-Jul-09 12:05:50

YABU, that would give me the cat's bum mouth too.
Its tacky and distasteful.
Sounds more like Shameless than Eastenders tho.

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