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A few days ago my family was screaming crying and shouting at each other over a missing chocolate bar. I was just in my room and all I could hear was “who’s had it!”, proper arguing about it. It was really getting on my nerves, arguing and shouting over a ****ing 30p chocolate bar stupid ****s. I’m sick to death of it..
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(Original post by Anonymous)
A few days ago my family was screaming crying and shouting at each other over a missing chocolate bar. I was just in my room and all I could hear was “who’s had it!”, proper arguing about it. It was really getting on my nerves, arguing and shouting over a ****ing 30p chocolate bar stupid ****s. I’m sick to death of it..
You know what?, this occurs everyday in my house and its really annoying, like really really annoying, but I don't think about it much often to the fact that I would move out. I just start laughing cos I cherish the moments I had with them. It helps me go through the day.
I hope this helped.
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