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Cast Your Vote:

    • Yes! I'd be mad -- Votes: 9
    • No, i don't care. -- Votes: 24
    • I mean... if what they're saying is true... -- Votes: 20
The Pretender 2 kids; Brazil 1232 posts
26th Feb '13
Quoting Robert Downey Jr.:" That's pretty typical of a group of 20 year olds...."


Hey hey now!:evil:

saageex3 1 child; New York 5789 posts
26th Feb '13

Okay so I'm going to change the scenario now.




Let's say a couple days later you and that friend were suppose to go out. A couple hours before hand your mom tells you she can no longer watch LO and so you have to cancel your plans. You tell your friend that you can't go out because your mom could no longer watch over LO and they reply
"wow, she really IS a bitch"



Now do you feel that since you have already called her a bitch in the past, it gives your friend free range to do so ?

user banned 2 kids; Bat Cave, North Carolina 64587 posts
26th Feb '13
Quoting saageex3:" Okay so I'm going to change the scenario now. Let's say a couple days later you and that friend were ... [snip!] ... Now do you feel that since you have already called her a bitch in the past, it gives your friend free range to do so ?"


pretty much.
She's confirming what you've already said about your own mother, by agreeing with it.



IMO.

saageex3 1 child; New York 5789 posts
26th Feb '13
Quoting Mayhem.:" pretty much. She's confirming what you've already said about your own mother, by agreeing with it. IMO. "


Even if you're not complaining about your mom not being able to watch your LO?

user banned (boy); 2 kids; Fucking, Austria 36337 posts
26th Feb '13
Quoting saageex3:" Okay so I'm going to change the scenario now. Let's say a couple days later you and that friend were ... [snip!] ... Now do you feel that since you have already called her a bitch in the past, it gives your friend free range to do so ?"

She probably thought you'd agree with her.

Ravey Candyass 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Boston, Massachusetts 104947 posts
26th Feb '13

Everyone calls my mom a bitch. She is one. Even she agrees.



Can't get mad if you said it first.

user banned 2 kids; Bat Cave, North Carolina 64587 posts
26th Feb '13
Quoting saageex3:" Even if you're not complaining about your mom not being able to watch your LO?"


Shouldn't have called her a bitch in the first place.



You can rearrange the scenario or words as many times as you'd like, it won't change the responses given...



If you don't feel comfortable having people speak that way about your mother, set a better example and don't talk that way about her to begin with.
And make it known that you don't appreciate it and would prefer for your friend to stop saying it.

Devil's Advocate Beverly Hills, California 18191 posts
26th Feb '13
Quoting saageex3:" Okay so I'm going to change the scenario now. Let's say a couple days later you and that friend were ... [snip!] ... Now do you feel that since you have already called her a bitch in the past, it gives your friend free range to do so ?"


YOU told her she's a bitch. That is now her perception of her because of what you have said.

saageex3 1 child; New York 5789 posts
26th Feb '13
Quoting ℳary ℐane:" She probably thought you'd agree with her. "


hahaha that's true

saageex3 1 child; New York 5789 posts
26th Feb '13
Quoting Mayhem.:" Shouldn't have called her a bitch in the first place. You can rearrange the scenario or words as many ... [snip!] ... about her to begin with. And make it known that you don't appreciate it and would prefer for your friend to stop saying it. "


I can't tell if by "you" you mean if you're in this scenario or if you actually are referring to me thinking that i wrote this about me lol



How i feel is that sometimes people vent and say the wrong things. I don't feel like it should give the person free range to say it every time they disagree with what the mom or whoever else they could have said it about, said or is doing.
I think that if they say it again after the time you said it and it really bothers you then you should me mature enough to tell them it bothers you that they said this.



I remember when i was 15 my mom crashed a party me and my friend were at for her 16th birthday. I seen on myspace that someone asked how her party went and she said " it was fine until Sage's bitch of a mother crashed it"



I was really mad lol and i was mad at my mom for crashing it at the time but i didn't call her a bitch and didn't appreciate my friend putting it out there thinking it was okay

Dovahkiin 1 child; 1 angel baby; Kentucky 16776 posts
26th Feb '13
Quoting saageex3:" Okay so I'm going to change the scenario now. Let's say a couple days later you and that friend were ... [snip!] ... Now do you feel that since you have already called her a bitch in the past, it gives your friend free range to do so ?"


I'm the odd man out here, I'd be mad. Like I said before, it's my mom, my right to vent about her. Not anyone else's.

saageex3 1 child; New York 5789 posts
26th Feb '13
Quoting bbbt:" I'm the odd man out here, I'd be mad. Like I said before, it's my mom, my right to vent about her. Not anyone else's. "


I don't think you're wrong lol. I've called my mom a bitch to my friend plenty of times. Only once did she say she agreed and i didn't get mad because she's never agreed before but she never randomly talks bad about my mom. If i vent to her i just try to not sound too mad about the situation, i just say my mom is bothering me.

NICKEL☮POLIS 2 kids; Ontario 6268 posts
26th Feb '13
Quoting saageex3:" So here's a little scenario for you. Let's say you and your mom get into a huge fight over let's say ... [snip!] ... a bitch and overstepped or do you think you don't have the right to be mad since you called her a bitch in the first place. "


Personally don't think you have a right to be mad. Esp because the friend probably said it because they thought it was what you wanted to hear.

Vivialopod 2 kids; Vantaa, Finland 42788 posts
26th Feb '13

With my mama, yeah, I'd be mad. I know it makes no sense but my mom is my mom. I can say she's being a bitch but no one else can.



Any other family member tho it's whatever.

allison erin Due May 18; 1 child; Olympia, Washington 12783 posts
27th Feb '13

You set the tone that it was ok to use those words.



Until you have a conversation politely explaining that you were just venting and prefer neither of you call her a bitch anymore, she will not be in the wrong.