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By never again / Thursday 30 August 2012 01:03 / Canada - Carstairs
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By  peve3  |  12

Next time don't do anything and leave the house a mess. Then when she gripes you out, remind her of this occasion. Kind of hard to have it both ways.

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  tacojauns  |  44

Just sayin i kind of agree with the babysit hirer the babysitter probabily did do it for a lil extra $ and u as the hirer feel obligated to pay more if the person does something they didnt need to do

By  peve3  |  12

Next time don't do anything and leave the house a mess. Then when she gripes you out, remind her of this occasion. Kind of hard to have it both ways.

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  kyliebear  |  15

I'd be grateful if I was the woman who left her kids, because if someone washed the whole pile of dishes in my sink while babysitting my kids I'd thank them for helping me out so much! (: x

By  kyat288  |  9

Don't u hate when that happens?! I babysit for a lady with 5 kids! I babysit 4 of them... anywayss, it takes her atleast 2 months to pay me and I normally stay over night. We're talking $200 pay checks and I'm 14!

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  LawSixx  |  11

Or it's not born yet...

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  Queen_Cosmos  |  7

11- I believe 10 was joking.

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#26 she isn't saying she makes $200 over two months, she's saying her landlord owes her $200 and takes two months to pay it. That $200 could have been earned over any period of time.

By  blubberfish  |  10

If you babysit again, you should mess her house up. That way she can't accuse you of wanting more money.

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