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FML - The follow-up
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Hey everyone, OP here. Thank you everyone for your birthday wishes. I called my friends and got it rescheduled for Saturday luckily, although one or two might not be able to. As for my mom, she had a joint account with me due to when I was 17, and I just haven't gotten to it to change it to just me when I turned 18 last year, because she usually never does this. My mom does seem to like my brother more than me which is a little messed up but she usually respects me and treats me ver
By mckenna9797 - / Wednesday 7 September 2016 11:16 / United States
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I did comment, #83 I believe but idk if it shows up that OP commented like the others. I'm not unintelligent at all she just did it for good reasons, but her ways of doing it and ruining my dinner for tonight was totally uncalled for and selfish.

The fact that you were going to pay for your own birthday dinner wasn't good. I think that should have been your friends' and family's treat. Now you get nothing for your birthday and have to spend money on your brother, no, that's unacceptable. Here's an idea, how about she uses HER OWN money if she wants to buy a gun for your brother. Now schedule another dinner for your birthday, but don't tell your mom so she can't cancel it. I honestly wouldn't even invite her, she basically played favour

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I wouldn't invite her to anything ever again, and not speak to her for the rest of my life. Brother is clearly "The Golden Child", and OP will NEVER meet mother's expectations.

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I dont think paying for your friends and family is bad, even if its your birthday. I've done that myself. I wanted to go to a restaurant, and i cant force my friends to pay for it. So i felt it was only natural that i paid for them.

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That's beyond messed up. Tell her no and kick her out of your life. I admit to being used unjustly by my family a fair bit, being a self confessed doormat when it comes to my mother, but if she did anything like that to me, it'd make it very easy for me to walk away from her and never look back.

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