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    Quite often when I have bought my mum an item of clothing for example for her birthday, mothers day etc, she has got a little annoyed and said 'you have bought this for yourself but its too big isn't it'. She said this last year too I went shopping and saw a nice jumper that i thought would suit her and she said 'im sick of you wasting money on clothes then trying to dump them on me'! How can I convince her that she is wrong?? I would have never bought that jumper for me its just not my style. I know she likes clothes I was thinking of getting her a dressing gown for mothers day as she said she needs a new one since hers is getting worn out but part of me thinks its not a good idea.
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    Buy her nothing, then she can't complain.
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    Probably because you're a ****.
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    (Original post by TheRealDarthVader)
    Probably because you're a ****.
    probably!
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    She doesn't love you.

    And she's sexually fustrated.
    Because of your mates.
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    I think in a sad kind of way your mom doesn't think she's worthy of presents from you. I would just reassure her that you bought it for her and then stress how offended you are if she remains cynical.
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    Erm...don't buy her clothes?
 
 
 
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