By badmombadkids - 24/5/2020 02:00

Assholes, assholes everywhere

Today, my nephews decided to play with and break the antique hourglass I bought for my mom. It took months to find and cost nearly $500. When I told my sister, she refused to repay me and responded with, "What do you expect, they’re just little boys!" Her "little boys" are 12 and 14. FML
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By  tounces7  |  27

Her excusing their behavior is why they act the way they do. The rotten apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Expect to see them behind bars when they get older, they clearly are being taught they can do whatever they want without consequences.

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By  Sady_Ct  |  37

Those kids need an arse kicking

By  leximichelle  |  13

It’s still property damage regardless. You could take her to small claims court if it matters enough to you.

Also, if her kids are that old and still doing ridiculous things like that, it’s faulty parenting. You should distance yourself from them all; it’ll only get worse from here.

By  tounces7  |  27

Her excusing their behavior is why they act the way they do. The rotten apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Expect to see them behind bars when they get older, they clearly are being taught they can do whatever they want without consequences.

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the mother recieved it as a gift, she did not pay for it. it should be replaced for the mother either way, but if the item needs to be bought again the person who originally purchased it should be the one to do so, just not out of their own pocket.

By  carey33  |  15

My husband’s nephews broke his switch controller and all we got was, well you should’ve known better shouldn’t have let them play with it. They are 7 and 9 and their parents bought them their own switch a month later..