By anonymous / Monday 6 May 2013 18:08 / United States - Poway
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  oj101  |  33

Then it wouldn't be a surprise anymore, would it?

  ambitiousnygrl  |  17

@18: If OP says it's her Mothers Day gift, but doesn't say what, it'll still be a surprise. Plus OP could also say they were using a GAP bag to hold the gift and that they got the gift at a different store. Not saying anything makes OP seem a bit suspicious, even though their intentions were good.

  bamagrl410  |  31

Or OP could've actually put it in another shopping bag to hide it. If your parents are known for asking questions, don't give them things to ask questions about.

  7yzzFML  |  17

What a bitch, I agree, return everything you got for, and sneak out anyway, then when the day comes tell her what you bought her and why you returned it. Some parents are fucking useless, cant even go to the store and buy something without them prying their eyes.

  7yzzFML  |  17

We're not talking about prying eyes for a gift, OP's mother obviously just didnt trust him/her and was enough of an asshole to ground them for it.

  nix1993  |  37

Key words you used there, "as a kid". Her mother should know better. Whether or not they had prying eyes, adults should afford their children some privacy, and punishing them for wanting it is wrong. If my mother had grounded me in this situation I would have then handed her the bag and said "Glad it was worth it trying to make your mothers day gift a surprise, enjoy"

By  bhai33  |  9

Why not hide the bag in the first place?

  MrConcise  |  34

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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