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By  StormfrontX33_fml  |  24

I would be glaring at you too because my room is my sanctuary, and I love eating there with my Netflix. Being almost twice her age, I'm almost shamed to the point of reassessing my life. Almost. Her plight is dumb, albeit, relatable.

By  Aethereal  |  14

I never had to eat with my family during routine meals... I'm now long past being a teen, and I still do not understand why some families insist upon watching and listening one another chew on things... (For interaction, there are other, much better times. I personally was taught it is not polite to chew and talk.)

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By  PikarooArtist  |  17

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  Aethereal  |  14

I never had to eat with my family during routine meals... I'm now long past being a teen, and I still do not understand why some families insist upon watching and listening one another chew on things... (For interaction, there are other, much better times. I personally was taught it is not polite to chew and talk.)

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My mother insisted i eat at the table, when literally neither her or my step father ate at the table themselves. I don't have siblings either, they just had me eat alone at the table for some reason. They're kind of weird and hypocritical

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  derpina72  |  23

My parents always made us eat at the table. that was when we'd all catch up on each other's days and whatnot. Also, every Sunday we have Sunday lunch, even to this day. Everyone sits and eats and chats and then we all nap. It's pretty nice. I also never liked eating in my room anyways, never wanted crumbs or anything on my bed.

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  shepardkinz  |  16

Why is this downvoted so much? I agree 100%! If those are the rules, then she is expected to follow the rules. If she is going to be rude the entire time, have her do the dishes or clear off the table.

By  StormfrontX33_fml  |  24

I would be glaring at you too because my room is my sanctuary, and I love eating there with my Netflix. Being almost twice her age, I'm almost shamed to the point of reassessing my life. Almost. Her plight is dumb, albeit, relatable.

By  manda8484  |  15

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  species4872  |  17

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By  deathstroke990  |  22

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  Suaria  |  29

I highly doubt this is some sign of something wrong and rather is just a teenager disobeying their parent. Eating in your room which is fairly common isn't a bad sign.

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  species4872  |  17

She didn't disobey her parent, she sat at the table. She merely showed her displeasure at her mother by glaring.

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  Kitten_love  |  22

I don't know why #6 is getting down voted. Of course there's the possibility nothing is wrong, but teenagers sometimes have shit they won't talk about and display it in weird ways. When I was in high school, every Friday I'd go to bed at 3 pm and wake up at 9 am. My mom would come in at 6 and ask me if I wanted dinner and I'd respond "no, I'm just tired." No one asked me what was wrong. If you're wondering, it's because I went all week averaging 2 or less hours of sleep a night. I'd be texting all my suicidal friends, making sure they were okay, and didn't start my homework until late into the night. When I approached adults about my friends' problems, I was told 1) I was making it up for attention 2) my friends were making it up for attention or (my personal favorite) 3) to "Talk to an adult about this" (thank you 52 yo mom...) It got to the point where I thought I was the only one who could deal with it. The weight of so many lives are heavy... Or she's just a spoiled brat.

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  ImZakki  |  12

Maybe she just likes to eat in her room. It's much more time efficient because you can do stuff while eating, and you can eat without other people looking at you. It doesn't mean that she has an eating disorder

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  species4872  |  17

Give and take, just treat them as people not property.

By  Trin_Tran  |  23

My parents never allowed my brother and I to eat in our rooms and they didn't eat in theirs either. You get roaches from eating in your room. I don't see what's wrong with making people eat at the dinner table and focusing on their food.

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  BananEnigma  |  24

Uh, if you're getting roaches simply from eating in your room, then you've probably been leaving plates of old food lying around.... You really think bugs are going to just magically appear because they smelled good in that location once, hours before...? Do it properly and clean up after yourself and this won't even be an issue, ever.... It's not that hard.

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