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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-30 09:34:09
ID: 54164
Parents who do their children's school projects piss me off. At parent pick up, I was talking to a few women and they were talking about everything they did that day to construct the diorama for the project. The children weren't even home giving their opinion, the moms did it during the school day. Two women talked about the research time they put in on the internet and printing off the pages their child would need to write the essay. One mom even highlighted the information needed and just told the child to use the highlighted info and all said they would be typing the essay up for the children. These children aren't even doing their own work and these moms were bragging they were doing all the work. When these kids become adults and want mommy to do everything for them, I bet they will wonder how everything went wrong and blame society.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-27 21:42:55
ID: 54117
In response to a confession. That sounds like my sister's inlaws. They are constantly letting one or more of their kids move in with them for any period of time and don't let anyone else living there know. My sister and brother in law lived with them for a while but then his sister and her kids and husband moved in too. They were generally decent, but it would get really cramped.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-27 14:55:36
ID: 54114
In response to a confession. Girl, your life sounds like a hot mess.. Good luck with all that.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-27 04:37:09
ID: 54112
What is with that side of the family not telling anyone else when they’re moving other people into the house?! Like I get that it’s not my place and they’re doing me a favor, but I’d like to know who will be living in the same house as my son and I. Mil is moving her other son into the house, with his girlfriend and infant child. Which is all fine and dandy... when he’s sober. He never stays sober though. And he gets damned violent when he drinks. And stupid. Hopefully though they’ll be gone by the time ds and I move there. Or I’ll have to readjust my plans for being there. I wanted to go back to school, and work a bit. But if he’s still there when I get there then it’ll be bust my ass at work and find an apartment quickly. Maybe online school or something later.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-24 20:51:15
ID: 54060
Nope, sorry BIL. I don't need to see my niece's diaper blow out in such graphic detail. I know you obviously think it's hilarious, but it's really just sort of gross.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-24 17:16:34
ID: 54055
We posted a video in multiple places and tagged the CIA, FBI, school board, school, superintendent, police stations and several news and media outlets. It didn't go viral, but the school/schoolboard got pressured and the boy has now been kicked out of school.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-23 03:56:22
ID: 54026
I wish I knew why my mom is trying so hard to find something wrong with ds. For the last couple of years she told me constantly that he must have adhd because he’s got a lot of energy. He’s little, she’s old... just because she can’t keep up with him doesn’t mean he has adhd (according to my dad she spent years trying to get my brother diagnosed and had him on Ritalin) Then it was he has memory issues, his memory is great when he wants to remember something, but he doesn’t care about the things my mom cares about and either doesn’t make an effort to remember or tells her he doesn’t remember so he doesn’t have to talk about it (the name of a kid he meets) and now it’s “perceptual problems” because for a week now he gets some lowercase letters mixed up. All they learn at school is capital letters. e & g are similar on the notecards she’s using. Even I still occasionally forget wich way b & d go. p and q are equally confusing to someone his age.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-22 15:15:22
ID: 53988
In response to a confession. If there really is nothing being done, you should transfer your kid to another school. Better yet, organize a protest where a mass amount of students transfer and be sure the school board knows why. Maybe contact your local news too.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-22 15:12:52
ID: 54002
You guys. Holy shit. DS23 has been taking singing lessons. He's always been really good at guitar, piano, and horns. And he's written and performed rap songs since he was in middle school. And they're honestly not bad. But guys. His singing voice! He's sung songs for me before, playing guitar and singing. It's never been very good. Like -kinda pretty bad-. But these lessons are frigging working. We have a lot of really good singers in our family, so I'm not really surprised. But wow. The improvement is remarkable. He's good. Brought tears to my little eyeballs.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-22 12:57:26
ID: 54010
In response to a confession. as an introvert, the "walk up" campaign would have been a nightmare for me. i wanted to be left alone. the last thing i would want was to waste my free time making pointless small talk. especially if it was because they were afraid i was gonna shoot up the school, not because they genuinely wanted to get to know me.
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