By katta2009 - 29/08/2010 11:29 - United States
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Sounds like something my family would do. When my great aunt died i txtd my cousin asking where everyone was (no one was picking up their phones and my phone battery was almost flat) and if our great aunt had passed. Her response was "how dare you ask such a thing through txt you tactless bitch" Thanks cuz.
#83, how is it selfish that they posted on FML? This is what it's for..posting about bad things that have happened, some situations are more serious than others. My point is, you don't say something like that to someone who lost a loved one you insensitive prick.
Well, I'm sorry for your loss OP. I'd find out who wrote the obituary and tell them what's up.
101, if all of OP's family, including her grandmothers dog, were included & OP & her siblings were the only ones that weren't, it probably isn't the best feeling. It isn't about 'getting her priorities in order', it's about the fact that what's happened isn't fair.
Maybe she didn't want people to know she was old enough to have grandchildren. Was she a GILF? An older lady on Facebook sounds like a cougar on the prowl. Who's with me on this one?