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to be *extremely* pissed of at "d"h?

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shesparkles · 23/04/2011 12:10

DD who's 13 spent the majority of last night throwing her guts up (tummy bug doing the rounds here)
The plonker has just come in with a huge bag od Cadbury's mini eggs "to make her feel better"

AIBU to be FUCKING angry with him,

1 For doing it


2 For not seeing why I'm pissed off at him

Angry doesn't begin to describe it!

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themildmanneredjanitor · 23/04/2011 12:11

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ZacharyQuack · 23/04/2011 12:14

Surely you can just say "let's save the chocolate until your tummy has settled down" and then scoff the lot yourself


CareyFakes · 23/04/2011 12:15


She can eat them when her stomach bug has gone.


constantlywrong · 23/04/2011 12:16

You are over reacting, but he is being a bit of a plonker


Zimm · 23/04/2011 12:17

Yes sorry YABU - he was only trying to help. Are you a bit over wrought as you've been with DD? See if you can a nap maybe??


loopylou6 · 23/04/2011 12:18

YABU. He was trying to be nice, not being malicious. I think you need to get a grip actually, from your title I thought he'd done something really terrible.


gordyslovesheep · 23/04/2011 12:19

YABmassivelyU - poor man he's just trying to cheer his daughter up!


TidyDancer · 23/04/2011 12:19

You are definitely overreacting, just save the chocolate for when she's feeling better. I think DH did a lovely thing.


shesparkles · 23/04/2011 12:20

ok ok IABU Blush

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SkinittingFluffyBunnyBonnets · 23/04/2011 12:21

Jesus! You're acting like he's offered her crack!'s only chocolate!


WinifredSocksWentworth · 23/04/2011 12:22


The day after my stomach bug I had a McDonalds chicken thing, fries, a shake AND an apple pie. And two cream eggs. Just what I needed. And I never eat such things...


WinifredSocksWentworth · 23/04/2011 12:23



shesparkles · 23/04/2011 12:26

I've only posted a very small part of it, and going on what I posted, yes it does look very much like I'm an over reacting screaming harpy Blush

Suffice to say there's a huge history of dh undermining my every move with the kids, not in an abusive earthshattering way, just a general wellbeing, dad being the "nice" one and mum being a mean cow type of a way

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WinifredSocksWentworth · 23/04/2011 12:35

In that case maybe AIBU not the best place? Perhaps re-post?

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