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    WASH THE BOTTLE!
    if your skin was that bad, a bit of food wouldn't bother you that much. And i have it myself so i know what its like, but seriously, your a douche!
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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.
    why is a 21 year old still getting allowance? move out you freeloading waste of life.
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    you are a ba$tard!!!
    why take it so seriously

    DRAMA QUEEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    (Original post by Favourite Worst Nightmare)
    I think dermalogica do better moisturisers. Only 25 quid too.
    Oh and props for the trolling. Top notch
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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.
    It's mousturizer, stop being such a brat, build and bridge and get over it!
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    (Original post by Cultivated)
    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?
    I would put dry skin on the same level as cystic acne. My foundation literally cakes off when I have dry skin, and I can't even consider applying bronzer or blusher.

    Why all the swearing?
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    Seriously? Over moisturiser?! Jeez, grow up!
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    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.
    So if she threw away say 5% (for example) of that bottle, you think she should pay for 100% of the next bottle? In other words, she should pay for twenty times more than what she threw away?

    Exactly how thick are you?
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    I can't believe you would treat your mum like that. Hasn't your Dad brayed you all over the house yet? Thats what my Dad would have done, but thing is he'd have never have needed to coz I don't think I have even raised my voice to my mum.
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    (Original post by enigma373)
    why is a 21 year old still getting allowance? move out you freeloading waste of life.
    I'm at home over the summer. I attend a London university, actually.
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    I would put dry skin on the same level as cystic acne. My foundation literally cakes off when I have dry skin, and I can't even consider applying bronzer or blusher.

    Why all the swearing?
    I wonder what people with dry skin who can't afford 200 pounds on moisturiser do. Kill themselves, presumably?


    Oh, and there's a simple solution to that problem. DON'T WEAR MAKEUP FOR 3-4 DAYS. Afraid someone might see who you really are?
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    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.
    Go buy yourself Nivea soft for face, its the best moisturiser you'll ever use.
    Then go apologise to your mother because obviously the moisturiser is more important.

    Maybe then pack your bags? I wouldn't expect your new cream to arrive if your allowance paid for it, I doubt you'll be getting that ever again.
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    strap on a pair and wash the food off the bottle. It isn't like its pile of swine flu viruses or anything engulfing the bottle.

    and get to your mother and apologise.

    maybe you could offer to leave her life? she might be better off.
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    I get mild eczema on my hands which makes them crack up and bleed, especially in dry/cold weather. The idea of blowing a gasket because one of my parents threw my moisturiser a way is laughable though. The idea of blowing a gasket over an innocent mistake and then seemingly not thinking to apologise is even more laughable.

    Oh, and expensive moisturiser is an unbelievable rip-off. There are plenty of decent ones out there that stop your skin drying out, if that's your only reason for using it...
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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!
    Spot on.
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    (Original post by la fille danse)
    Oh, and there's a simple solution to that problem. DON'T WEAR MAKEUP FOR 3-4 DAYS. Afraid someone might see who you really are?
    You raise a good point. I now can't go out clubbing with my old friends at home, because of this. I don't think any girl would go clubbing without makeup, surely you must agree with that?

    Why all the hostility?
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    I would put dry skin on the same level as cystic acne. My foundation literally cakes off when I have dry skin, and I can't even consider applying bronzer or blusher.

    Why all the swearing?
    I rather swear at dumb kids on TSR than my mother. :dontknow:
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    (Original post by Sweet by and by)
    Both things happened to me
    Why didn't she just buy a new tape for countdown?
    Countdown, I would have accepted Countdown but Emmerdale! :mad:
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    You raise a good point. I now can't go out clubbing with my old friends at home, because of this. I don't think any girl would go clubbing without makeup, surely you must agree with that?

    Why all the hostility?
    I'd go anywhere without makeup. I'm sorry you feel that you're so ugly that you can't be seen in a dark, crowded place without makeup. Life must suck for you.
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    I'm at home over the summer. I attend a London university, actually.
    So get a summer job. I love how you're acting like it was your hard earned money that was wasted, technically since it was your mothers money to begin with she has every right to rub it on her ass if she pleases.
 
 
 
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