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My bfs mum calls him EVERYDAY watch

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    Every. Single. Day.

    About things that could of waited until she saw him.

    Wtf?!


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    I got my mum on voicemail
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    That's quite sweet actually.

    And maybe if he's left the nest, she might be missing him. Mums before chums, amirite?! :five:
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    Next time she calls, pick up and the phone and be all like:

    YOU: "MS. WAYNE...."
    HER: "Who is this, who are you?"
    YOU: "IT DOESN'T MATTER WHO WE ARE, WHAT MATTERS IS OUR PLAN."

    I guarantee you she'll never call again.
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    He is the youngest of his siblings. The other two have moved to america


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    That's so sweet! As long as he has no problem with it, I don't see why you should and they say that you can tell how a guy will treat their partner by how they treat their mother
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    Some people are closer to their parents than others.

    What exactly is the issue here? Do you feel threatened by her?

    If she's not coming between you two or making your boyfriend unhappy then you're making an issue out of nothing.
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    (Original post by Missdanse)
    Every. Single. Day.

    About things that could of waited until she saw him.

    Wtf?!


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    She sounds lovely - yu sound like the gf from hell
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    It's not clear what your question is.
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    What's the problem...?
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    It's not clear what your question is.
    Should I kill his mother?

    Maybe she is also the girl who posted the 'would you take a life thread'
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    It's not clear what your question is.
    I think op is just asking if this is odd
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    (Original post by Blondie987)
    That's so sweet! As long as he has no problem with it, I don't see why you should and they say that you can tell how a guy will treat their partner by how they treat their mother
    That's not true I treat my girlfriend much worse
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    (Original post by Blondie987)
    I think op is just asking if this is odd
    :dontknow: I think the answer to that is obvious

    @OP it may have been worth bumping your original thread rather than creating a new one with less detail.

    Have you tried talking to him about it? How does he feel?
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    (Original post by whorace)
    That's not true I treat my girlfriend much worse
    Treat everyone with respect
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    so what lmao
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    Awww, she probably worries a lot about him. Or maybe she's just trolling to annoy you.
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    My mum calls me once almost every day
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    My mom died last year and I wish I had been calling her more often. We often texted but we didn't call as often. Nowadays, I am willing to give everything I have, had, and can possibly have just to call her for a few seconds. A mother is the greatest bliss a person can have, please don't take it away from him or make him feel bad about it.
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    She phones every day because, um...I think because SHE'S HIS MUM!! Mothers worry about their children every hour of the day so they call or text everyday if their kids live away, especially at a younger age. Why do you have a problem with it? Is she extorting money from him at gun point? I don't think so
    You mention he's the youngest, that means he is still her baby and mothers are very concerned with their babies.
    Try and be considerate that she's a mother and she worries about him, unless she's trying to break you up or calls you horrible things, I don't understand why you have a problem with this
 
 
 
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