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By Anonymous - / Sunday 10 August 2014 17:24 / Germany - W?rzburg
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By  TanzWolf  |  26

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  blazerman_fml  |  17

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That, however, does NOT give her the right to steal from him #30. If you want your adult child to move out, you tell them and give them an ultimatum. You don't kick them out and keep their wallet.

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  blazerman_fml  |  17

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  shinigami99  |  10

blazerman (#30 and #50) Just stop. You have almost no valid points. The fact is, she threw everything out on the lawn. Now, forgetting, the fact that she stole his essentials, it is NOT OKAY to throw your child's personal belongings out in the open on the lawn without no prior warning or deadline. An ultimatum is not declared by destruction of property, nor is it declared by theft. Stop trying to sound smart.

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is* and just*, correct grammar means punctuation and usage, not spelling. Check your knowledge of things before you grill someone for doing things incorrectly when they were right.

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