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FML - The follow-up
sakurabunny Say more :
For the record: I gave her money to pay the bill since she works right next door to the company and i never got the notice's since she's the one who always gets the mail since my husband and I work full time and go to school full time. and before anyone asks what she did with the money, she used it to help pay the deposit on the condo she just moved into...AGAIN FML!!
By sakurabunny / Monday 16 May 2011 14:53 /
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By  shutupYDI  |  16

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  PurpleRae420  |  16

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  yazah  |  15

Or suck it up and pay for it himself every other married person out there. Or live without cable TV for a month. If this is "FML" worthy, then somebody has a lot of growing up to do.

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  sourgirl101  |  14

Unless the in-law is also moving along with the OP. If you're moving to the same city you can sometimes transfer your account information over to your new place. Take charge from now on. It's your credit at stake!

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  sourgirl101  |  14

TIJD!!!! I've been waiting for you to reply to one of my comments just so I can express how happy I am to finally see you back on FML.(: Now, I was thinking the OP lived with the Mother-in Law and had things put in their name because the in-law can't establish credit on their own since they do stupid things like stop paying their bills.(:

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Thanks Q. :D And of course, you could be right too. Either way, it sounds like it isn't the typical kid-mooching-off-parent situation. That's what I was trying to get at-- I just made a poor job of it.

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  honey_bee_fml  |  8

When I still lived at home, I paid the cable/internet bill because that was something I needed for school. It was still under my mom's name, but I was the one paying it. Sometimes people arrange these things because it's easier than handing over the cash, depositing it, and then paying the bill. If the in-law said she was paying that bill (either because they live together and it is one of the bills she manages or because she was just helping them out), it IS her responsibility to pay the bill, or at least tell her daughter-in-law that she would no longer be doing so.

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