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By  mssileas  |  17

Wow, I don't know if this was a case of really unfortunate miscommunication or if your mum is a huge binch.
Anyway I'm really sorry, OP. Luckily, with books it's really what's inside that counts, and you can still get to experience his reaction to your writing as it unfolds.

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By  mssileas  |  17

Wow, I don't know if this was a case of really unfortunate miscommunication or if your mum is a huge binch.
Anyway I'm really sorry, OP. Luckily, with books it's really what's inside that counts, and you can still get to experience his reaction to your writing as it unfolds.

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  PenguinPal3017  |  16

It sounds like the mother doesn't deserve it.

By  Kaili McCoy  |  6

I feel like you’ve over thought this. Wouldn’t wrapping it up and giving it to him in person still allow you to see his reaction and negate the need for secrecy and perfect timing?

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Unless shipping to OP then going didn’t work. Cuz books don’t just magically become available when their finished. The book probably came available at a time that made more sense to ship it to the dad than to OP.

By  gsouther  |  10

You are a great daughter! If my daughter did that for me it would mean the world to me weather the surprise was ruined or not would not matter !

By  Leo Gort  |  7

How did your mom know? Did you tell her your plan? Did you tell her not to say anything? This is nowhere near a life altering or you are fucked situation. Just a spoiled surprise

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