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One day hopefully he'll grow up
Maybe 15 or 20 years ago someone would have forced him to grow up by a good punch or kicking. Nowadays the police would probably charge the person who did the punch.
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Maybe 15 or 20 years ago someone would have forced him to grow up by a good punch or kicking. Nowadays the police would probably charge the person who did the punch.
Yup. This.

Just like however was trying to kick my door down last night... If I had beaten them up, where do you think I would be right now?
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Yup. This.

Just like however was trying to kick my door down last night... If I had beaten them up, where do you think I would be right now?
Hi Anonymous Person,

Update me - did the little shít actually get off his lazy arse and clean it up, or what?
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Hi Anonymous Person,

Update me - did the little shít actually get off his lazy arse and clean it up, or what?
He did some of it... but the floors are still covered in grime.

He had another party last night, and I was woken up at 3 am by someone trying to kick down my door. Either one his friends or someone else...

Basically I woke up, shouted who the **** was kicking my door in. I heard someone say "leave it, leave it" and then my brother tell me "It's OK they've gone".
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He did some of it... but the floors are still covered in grime.

He had another party last night, and I was woken up at 3 am by someone trying to kick down my door. Either one his friends or someone else...

Basically I woke up, shouted who the **** was kicking my door in. I heard someone say "leave it, leave it" and then my brother tell me "It's OK they've gone".
Jesus... I really hope your parents get back soon, for everyone's sake.
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(Original post by barnetlad)
Maybe 15 or 20 years ago someone would have forced him to grow up by a good punch or kicking. Nowadays the police would probably charge the person who did the punch.
True

(Original post by Anonymous)
He did some of it... but the floors are still covered in grime.

He had another party last night, and I was woken up at 3 am by someone trying to kick down my door. Either one his friends or someone else...

Basically I woke up, shouted who the **** was kicking my door in. I heard someone say "leave it, leave it" and then my brother tell me "It's OK they've gone".
Ngl I would have called the police when he had a party during lockdown.
Good thing your parents are returning now
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He did some of it... but the floors are still covered in grime.

He had another party last night, and I was woken up at 3 am by someone trying to kick down my door. Either one his friends or someone else...

Basically I woke up, shouted who the **** was kicking my door in. I heard someone say "leave it, leave it" and then my brother tell me "It's OK they've gone".
Why didnt your parents read him the riot act when they returned? All sounds very odd you putting up with it.
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Why didnt your parents read him the riot act when they returned? All sounds very odd you putting up with it.
Our mum's back tomorrow, so she'll see what he's done to her house.
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Jesus... I really hope your parents get back soon, for everyone's sake.
My mum's back tomorrow. I've mentioned to her what's been going on, and she told me not to clean up after him.

I don't want to see or speak to him because I'll blow a fuse.
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My mum's back tomorrow. I've mentioned to her what's been going on, and she told me not to clean up after him.

I don't want to see or speak to him because I'll blow a fuse.
I don't blame you. By the sounds of it, your brother is going to get a proper bòllocking when your mum gets back, so that's something.
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My mum's back tomorrow. I've mentioned to her what's been going on, and she told me not to clean up after him.

I don't want to see or speak to him because I'll blow a fuse.
Just wait for the satisfaction of him getting the biggest bolllocking of his life when her nice home covered in dirt from him is dealt with.
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