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    okay so my dad picks me up at school at around 3:30 there have been times that I talk to a friend of mine since I have no classes with them(please don't tell me to end the friendship) but we're still friends; now when my dad comes I'll be talking to them and he'll go around like 2 times and then will get really angry and I want to stop but I have no other way to talk my friend and I once got my phone taken away from me because I was texting people about uneducational topics (nothing inappropriate or I wouldn't even be on here typing this)so what do I do
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    Do you have access to a computer - you can talk to your friends online?
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    oh i see where you're going with this thanks
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    (Original post by Crimson101)
    okay so my dad picks me up at school at around 3:30 there have been times that i talk to a friend of mine since i have no classes with them(please don't tell me to end the friendship) but we're still friends; now when my dad comes i'll be talking to them and he'll go around like 2 times and then will get really angry and i want to stop but i have no other way to talk my friend and i once got my phone taken away from me because i was texting people about educational topics so what do i do
    Lunchtime? You are fortunate to get a lift home so don't be annoying.
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    Perhaps talk to them in your lunch break. If that does not work, you could always talk to you dad to try to explain things to him. Sometimes parents just need to have things explained to them to help them understand. If that does not work and you are both of age, find a social network that suits you both to talk on. You could even use an Xbox, or a DS. - Extreme times call for extreme measures. Make sure you are talking to that individual though, perhaps by clarifying in person.
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