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I told my mum that my best friend is having a sleepover tonight but I'm actually going to a party as I'm not allowed to go to them and I really want to experience one. Now my mum wants my friends, mum's number. What should I do!?

Tl;dr lied to my mum, she might find out if I give her the number
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you need to become suddenly ill so you have to stay in bed.
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Confess. She's probably sussed you anyway..
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how old are you?
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Don’t lie.
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You need to deal with the consequences. Lying to your parents is one way of making them not trust you.
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you've binned it mate
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I told my mum that my best friend is having a sleepover tonight but I'm actually going to a party as I'm not allowed to go to them and I really want to experience one. Now my mum wants my friends, mum's number. What should I do!?

Tl;dr lied to my mum, she might find out if I give her the number




you walk the streets in an area which is known for homeless people and you tell a homeless woman you will pay her £5 if she rings your mother pretending to be the other girls mother.

you obviously use a new sim to make the call

simples.
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Do you have a friend that isn’t going to the party? If so, they are now your other friend’s mum. Give your mum her number and ask her to play along. It’s risky but it could work.

Try to stay out of photos, you don’t want any evidence. Things will probably go wrong but sometimes it’s worth the punishment.
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(Original post by cat_mac)
Do you have a friend that isn’t going to the party? If so, they are now your other friend’s mum. Give your mum her number and ask her to play along. It’s risky but it could work.

Try to stay out of photos, you don’t want any evidence. Things will probably go wrong but sometimes it’s worth the punishment.


The friend better have a hell of a voice

because most people can tell the difference between a childs voice and an adults voice....
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I told my mum that my best friend is having a sleepover tonight but I'm actually going to a party as I'm not allowed to go to them and I really want to experience one. Now my mum wants my friends, mum's number. What should I do!?

Tl;dr lied to my mum, she might find out if I give her the number
Say no no one else texted and you’re to old for your mum to be texting her and say that’s embarrassing then say ok then I don’t even want to go if you’re gonna text her then hopefully your mum will say ok I’m not gonna text her.
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The friend better have a hell of a voice

because most people can tell the difference between a childs voice and an adults voice....
I didn’t say it was a good plan :rofl:

My mum use to take numbers “just incase” so the chances of her calling were slim. If the mum wants to talk to the other mum then it’s much more difficult to pull off! Maybe 10-20% chance of success.
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Go to a friends mum. One with low integrity. Explain the situation and ask her to lie on your behalf. Then give her number to your mum.

Be fully prepared to face the consequences for telling these lies.


A better overall option is to come clean and tell the truth on this and EVERYTHING in future to your mum. Earning her long term respect and trust in you is far more important than any short term gains like going on a night out - which might be totally inappropriate for your age.
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Either get your friends mum on your side, or give her a friends mobile number and have that friend pretend to be the mum.
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was fine guys, I gave her a friends number and they texted and it was fine. I went to the party, had loads of fun and got away with it!
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was fine guys, I gave her a friends number and they texted and it was fine. I went to the party, had loads of fun and got away with it!
lmaoooo
was just going to offer to be the 'mum' for you
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