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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    I can't believe people are insulting me: 'troll', '*****'. All I wanted was some advice on how to approach the situation.
    get down on your knees and beg your mom for forgiveness also thank her for not beating your ass and kicking you out like most people would.
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    I can't believe people are insulting me: 'troll', '*****'. All I wanted was some advice on how to approach the situation.
    before i respond to this thread - is this for real? I just assumed you were a troll and was laughing at the replies to the troll - i was just about to reply "dont feed the troll" - but now im just in shock.

    Did you really have a go at your mother for that. If so you have some serious problems.

    Out of intrest how old are you? are you a student? how much do you earn from your part time job? how much do you pay in rent?
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    (Original post by 786_786)
    NO you shouldn't make her pay for it, did you pay for all the nappies etc she bought for you? ...didn't think so!
    She's technically paid for my new order anyway, as I paid for it from the allowance my parents give me. The point was, I felt she should pay for it personally as she was the one who ruined it.
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    Look, money isn't an option when you have dry skin. It works really well for me, and I rely on it every morning. If I don't have my La Prairie, my foundation looks cakey and I can't apply any other mineral based products, like bronzer. Lower class products simply do not work as well.
    I think dermalogica do better moisturisers. Only 25 quid too.
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    Your right, you mother did a terrible, terrible thing.





    NAAT :borat:
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    Okay, so I woke up today to find that my expensive La Prairie moisturizer had disappeared. It was nearly empty, but had a little left to last me the week.

    So, I went downstairs thinking that it had been put in a drawer or something. To my shock, it was poking out of the bin! It was slimy and amongst food from last night. I lost it. I rely on this moisturizer to keep my skin hydrated and smooth, I can't deal with dry skin. So, I stormed into the study and confronted my mother. She explained that she presumed the moisturizer was empty, but I found that completely unacceptable and screamed in her face. I swore at her and threw things around the room. She's now disappeared upstairs, I think she's crying.

    I feel slightly bad, but what she did was totally out of order, as it will take several days for an order to arrive. Should I apologise or get her to pay for the new moisturizer? Which I was considering until I saw she was upset.

    Completely and utterly unacceptable. You have no respect for your mother, and you should be ashamed of yourself at the moment. I wouldn't mind if you owned up to this, 'cause we're all only human, but you don't even sound sorry.

    Sort your life out.
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    She's technically paid for my new order anyway, as I paid for it from the allowance my parents give me. The point was, I felt she should pay for it personally as she was the one who ruined it.
    Have you got some kind of mental disability? Did you, or did you not, say it was was nearly empty when she threw it away?
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    http://maxtoons.com/skeletor08.jpg

    I presume this is what you look like when you don't get your daily 'fix'?

    I'm quite interested actually, I want pics before and after applying your moisturiser. Provide some evidence for your case woman!
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    She's technically paid for my new order anyway, as I paid for it from the allowance my parents give me. The point was, I felt she should pay for it personally as she was the one who ruined it.

    If I had any allowance, and if I did that to my mum, she would've taken away the allowance for a month or so.
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    WOW! What a nasty, vicious reply. Do you know what it feels like to have dry skin? She knows that I rely on my La Prairie. Wouldn't you expect to be asked before your personal property was binned?
    Someone shoot me please.
    The world doesn't go under because of your dry skin, a spot or some irrelevant, minor issue! She probably thought she'd do you a favour and clean up your **** and instead got aggression back. Show some ******* appreciation, understanding and go apologise. Seriously .. You made your mother cry for a ******* cream you'd toss in a week's time anyway?
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    what a *****. I wouldnt blame your mum for wishing she never birthed you
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    Oh. My. God. Grow the hell up! Your skin isn't going to die because you left it for a week without moisturiser. Go upstairs and apologise for being such a spoilt little brat!
    this too
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    spiteful cow
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    WOW! What a nasty, vicious reply. Do you know what it feels like to have dry skin? She knows that I rely on my La Prairie. Wouldn't you expect to be asked before your personal property was binned?
    Do YOU know what kinds of chemicals they put in the likes of La Prairie and other expensive brand name moisturisers...odds are, in the long term, it's not really doing your skin that good. But if cancer is the look you're going for then you should maybe grab a kitchen knife and stab your mother repeatedly for cleaning up after her spoilt brat of a daughter.
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    Oh I totally understand, this one time my mother used up the last of my Oil of Olay and I had to pop a cap in her ass. It's the only way they learn!
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    She's technically paid for my new order anyway, as I paid for it from the allowance my parents give me. The point was, I felt she should pay for it personally as she was the one who ruined it.
    so what if she was the one who ruined it, she's your mom, do you have no respect for her? what the hell is wrong with you, im getting angry and im not even your mom!
    and if shes paid for it anyway then what the hell are you moaning about? if she didn't give you allowance, which i don't think she should if you have no respect for her, then you wouldn't have the moisturiser anyway would you :mad:
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    (Original post by kat2pult)
    Oh. My. God. Grow the hell up! Your skin isn't going to die because you left it for a week without moisturiser. Go upstairs and apologise for being such a spoilt little brat!
    Completely, utterly and 100% this.
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    life moves on. I've made mine cry a few times
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    You should have atleast make it over something worthwhile like a peice of cake or a glass of orange juice, not some stupid expensive cream.
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    (Original post by la fille danse)
    Have you got some kind of mental disability? Did you, or did you not, say it was was nearly empty when she threw it away?
    There was at least 1 week of cream left. I think she should pay for it because A) I now have to wait over 3-4 days for a new product, as internet orders take so bloody long (she knows how I rely on it in the mornings) and B) It's more about the principle and how she binned a personal belonging, without my permission.
 
 
 
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