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By why mom - / Tuesday 2 August 2016 23:52 /
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By  MetalxSoldier  |  26

Fyl and if that person is really your friend then he would understand that it's your stepmom that is the rude one not you. Hopefully you can have a talk with your stepmother so she understands what she did and helps you mend your friendship.

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By  MetalxSoldier  |  26

Fyl and if that person is really your friend then he would understand that it's your stepmom that is the rude one not you. Hopefully you can have a talk with your stepmother so she understands what she did and helps you mend your friendship.

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I had a black friend in my first year of uni who was really open and allowed me to ask questions without being offended. I asked him why it was okay for them to call each other n**** and not white people. Apparently they call each other it to desensitise the word and make it less offensive, but it is still an offensive word especially when used by white people.

By  withered  |  23

Perhaps your stepmother was just making a joke and didn't intend to offend him. Your friend is childish for not talking to you like you're the one that has offended him.

By  blink831forever  |  13

I don't understand the need for including your step mom's sexual orientation. I mean I'm pretty sure gay people don't just throw the N word around. The word fabulous yes, racial slurs no.

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  LyricaSilvan  |  29

You do realize that in your attempt to complain about the judgement, you made an equally ignorant comment by generalizing gay people and their supposed "throwing around" of the word "fabulous," right?

By  lusanna  |  19

normally it's the dads that do these things, but maybe your mom is just an awkward turtle? I mean it's rude and all but isn't your friend a little too petty?

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