I did something bad. Family cut me out over a carrot.

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I was eating at the table with my immediate family and extended family. My aunt had traveled from Edinburgh to see us as it was my brother's 21st birthday and she felt she should surprise him. It was really great, seeing her again and all. However, I did something really bad. My aunt has always found me to be odd, seeing as I'm in the second year of my PhD in a STEM subject. She's always wanted me to get married once I finished my BSc. Well, she asked for me to pass the 7UP when I reached across the table and threw a boiled carrot in her face. I then called her a "black lipped *******" which made my brother laugh for a solid 5 minutes and now I don't know what to do. It happened today and my family aren't talking to me. The carrot is still on the floor, my mother won't come downstairs. My aunt lunged at me and I threw a bit of fried aubergine which landed in her blouse and she left in a fit of rage. It's a mess.
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(Original post by shaka33)
I was eating at the table with my immediate family and extended family. My aunt had traveled from Edinburgh to see us as it was my brother's 21st birthday and she felt she should surprise him. It was really great, seeing her again and all. However, I did something really bad. My aunt has always found me to be odd, seeing as I'm in the second year of my PhD in a STEM subject. She's always wanted me to get married once I finished my BSc. Well, she asked for me to pass the 7UP when I reached across the table and threw a boiled carrot in her face. I then called her a "black lipped *******" which made my brother laugh for a solid 5 minutes and now I don't know what to do. It happened today and my family aren't talking to me. The carrot is still on the floor, my mother won't come downstairs. My aunt lunged at me and I threw a bit of fried aubergine which landed in her blouse and she left in a fit of rage. It's a mess.
Lol, that made me laugh for a good few minutes too! :yy:
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That actually made a laugh escape my face. Thanks.
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If trolls are rated based on how believable they are then you're 0/10. Why did you even waste your time writing this out?
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Very funny ... very awkward. I suppose you could dispose of the offending carrot? And talk to your mum. Very funny though.
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(Original post by shaka33)
I was eating at the table with my immediate family and extended family. My aunt had traveled from Edinburgh to see us as it was my brother's 21st birthday and she felt she should surprise him. It was really great, seeing her again and all. However, I did something really bad. My aunt has always found me to be odd, seeing as I'm in the second year of my PhD in a STEM subject. She's always wanted me to get married once I finished my BSc. Well, she asked for me to pass the 7UP when I reached across the table and threw a boiled carrot in her face. I then called her a "black lipped *******" which made my brother laugh for a solid 5 minutes and now I don't know what to do. It happened today and my family aren't talking to me. The carrot is still on the floor, my mother won't come downstairs. My aunt lunged at me and I threw a bit of fried aubergine which landed in her blouse and she left in a fit of rage. It's a mess.
Oh, **** me.
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If trolls are rated based on how believable they are then you're 0/10. Why did you even waste your time writing this out?
What? I should probably add my aunt is a vegetarian so the table was pretty much all vegetables and vegetable-based side dishes. My mum did her best because she travelled to london to see us. I don't understand? I know it's a comedic story of sorts but nonetheless I'm up at this time because I had a fight with my dad about my behaviour at around 11. We're close and so I can't sleep. Exactly, why would I bother? I'm on the autistic spectrum too so I'm sorry if my writing isn't believable. I'm not all that good at story telling.
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Lol that's funny what made you do that? And they will get over it

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apologize to carrot
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I hope this is true.
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