I have mentioned the mum at nursery before who blanks me since DD lost her speech and her motor skills deteriorated.
Today DD couldn't go into the wee sitting room where we normally go at start of nursery, so was a bit confused. She was trying to get past said mum. The woman stood firmly in DD's way and GLARED, I mean like she actually hates us.
Maybe it's because I have been ignoring her back recently, but she is lucky I haven't said anything, tbh.
Maybe she is annoyed at the extra attention DD gets, well worth your child losing her abilities I'm sure!
A woman also rolled her eyes as DD was jumping up and down excitedly when the bus came and impeded her getting off by a whole 1 second.
Thanks for listening, you saved a woman from being walloped by an angry Fanjo!
Some people just deserve a wallop. I have found using my DS3 as a weapon most effective for sour faced bints. His nappies (and wind) are so potent that he has previously cleared a whole half of a bus and had people jumping up to open windows. Most people don't know how to broach the subject (what words are polite?) so just vacate the area. Revenge being a dish best served cold. On the plus side - miseries are just that - miserable. I would rather have my adorable DSs that give me extra work by the bucket loads but make me happy.
I'll wallop her for you if you wallop the people who keep complaining that their kid can't sleep at night because one of mine won't have anything to do with him. This is the kid who persistently bullied mine, last year, which is the whole reason why he'll have nothing to do with him. This is a kid who my kid would rather starve than sit near at lunchtime.
Some people are simply far too wrapped up in theirselves. To say that my kids are supposed to be the ones who lack empathy is quite laughable.
I actually explained to someone that my dd was behaving the way that she did because she has autism and that I was sorry about her knocking something onto their table in a restaurant.
This woman then told me that my dd (aged 7) shouldn't be allowed out if she has autism.
Very quietly, so no one else could here me, I said that she looked like a mean, ugly witch so shouldn't be allowed out as she was frightening the children. I then proceeded to sit back on my table with my friends. She was so angry she actually jumped up in shock, it was funny to watch and the to top it a;l, l I just loved the fact she tried to get the manager to throw me out. Unfortunately for her she she just looked like an idiot when she tried to explain what had happened.