Today, my mom volunteered me to house-sit for one of her friends. This lady has texted me over ten times in less than 24 hours, called me unreasonable for not dropping jury duty to meet with her, and has messaged my mom multiple times to complain about me. My mom already said I would do this for free. FML

by Knittedbirch / 11/13/2016 at 9:36pm / Miscellaneous

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  • Just back out. Tell your mom's friend "I'm sorry but, not only did I not agree to this yet, I'm actually unable to housesit for you right now, unfortunately. Maybe, next time you need a housesitter, we can work out a deal."

    You have no obligation to housesit for them - you didn't say you'd do it. Your mom did and, until you confirm and agree to, it's not for sure. Also, there's no legal obligation for you to housesit, either, as you'd be getting nothing out of it and for it to be legally binding in any way, it needs to benefit you as well as her.

    #5 - On 11/14/2016 at 6:08am by mariri9206

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  • Well one problem can be solved by using the block function, but that was unfair of your mother to do that without your consent.

    #3 - On 11/14/2016 at 5:42am by alex_gen

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