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Has either one of your parents ever called out your full name if you got in trouble?
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When she yells your full name, oh boy that's the time when you know you better run.
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qualeshia3 wrote:


Anamalous wrote:

its sad but true! I WISH I HAD PARENTS TO CALL OUT MY FULL NAME WHEN IM IN TROUBLE!



Interesting. What type of parents do you have exactly?


i wish i knew what types of parents i had too i never met them...... to make a long story short my dad left (like hes dead that kind of left) while i was still inside my mom and once my mom was omitted (i think that's the word) from the hospital she and me. she immediately headed towards my grandparents house (or her parents) who visiting family in for several days and my mom left my at their doorstep for a few days before they got home i don't remember any of this cause of my age but that's how the story goes and also their was a stray dog that stood by me keeping company until they got home and after that we never heard from her again.
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i heard from one of my asian friends that a 'B' stands for 'beating' in their house.


This scares the sh-- out of me. >.< my highschool life would have been painful. Glad I didnt have that pressure.
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Oh...sorry to hear.
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ikr i would've just ran away. screw that.

i see where they're coming from, they want their kid to succeed and be president and shit but damn that's not the right way to do that.
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Oh, yes. If I ever were to hear "April Elizabeth" or "April Elizabeth Bennett," the situation is either super serious or I'm in really deep sh*t; however, while I'm busy, my mother sometimes jokingly says it in an angry manner to make me jump out of my skin. I pay her back with sneaking up on her like a shinobi, getting her to "fly high" when she suddenly notices me. As for the last time she said my full name out of irritation or something... I don't remember. I always give Mom my undivided attention and do as she says during those instances, though.
My stepdad doesn't use my full name.

Bonus:

1. Laid back until they're angry or ill. Mom and Earl (stepfather) also aren't morning people, though particular caution should be taken with Mom. They're usually quite mellow. Mom is far more intimidating, but Earl is more likely to slam things around. If he damages/breaks anything, however, it's seldom not an accident. Usually, he just slams a door or two, at most. Nonetheless, I consider him over-dramatic.
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Nope never. I don't understand the point of it
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Not since I was six.
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Nope never. I don't understand the point of it


How would you describe your parents without saying "they're just like anybody else parents" to me?
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pirththee wrote:

Not since I was six.


It would be scary if they did now.
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qualeshia3 wrote:


pirththee wrote:

Not since I was six.


It would be scary if they did now.
LOL... Yeah big time.They're both long dead.I don't know if I'm up for a visitation tonight.I mean, I haven't even dusted.

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ceewayne wrote:


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Sometimes parents need their hypocritical asses kicked.


Damn right. I am a parent and I never put my stepdaughter through anything that I would not do and I never, ever lied to her.


Or, I do hope, avoided pressuring her into anything. No matter the choices we make, it is always imperative that we make them independently based on our own versions of what we think is right.


That is the other thing I avoided, trying to live my life through her. I suggested stuff like Martial Arts for example but never pressured her. There were times I said no to things. There were times that my wife, her mother would intervene or I would. She learned real fast not to piss us both off at the same time.

As for what we think is right, that is a tough one. I would try to advise her on things or tell her to talk to her mother but sometimes I would have to sit back and just watch the situation implode. On the other hand, she does have a good head on her shoulders.

She did introduce me to Serial Experiments Lain, so it does show she is intelligent. And just in case she is on this forum, hi See!


Lain being a good example of caution about telling reality from unreality.
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Oh wow.
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