By Bianchitis - 25/09/2013 15:07 - United States
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Thanks for the comments, they made me laugh. First of all, I have tried a bunch of different acne medications and none of them worked so I tried these new wipes that got recommended to me. They are actually full size and it's not super obvious that it's a face wipe. So my mother, who loves to keep her car clean, picked them up off of the table and wiped her car with about 90% of the wipes. I did confront her about it and she apologized but she hasn't gotten me new ones... Thanks for the acne advise, I'll be sure to try some of them.
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Ask her to buy you new ones...she shouldn't be touching stuff that's not hers
some parents still don't respect privacy even then. I'm in my mid-thirties and before my mom died, ever since I was 18, she found some reason to snoop around. She kept a toothbrush and other toiletries at my apartment that were "hers". She would call my cell phone and if I didn't answer she would call my work, and then the school I attended. She went so far as to demand that security collect me from class "for an emergency". Most of the time she just wanted to "make sure I was where I said I was". Heaven help me if I were home or at a friend/boyfriend's house. She would blow.up.my.phone until I answered, use the Internet to track down where my boyfriend or friends lived and just come over. I never got so much as a detention growing up and I have no arrest or driving record. So yeah, parents don't even respect privacy just because their child is grown up and out of the house. Sorry to vent all that, I didn't even touch the tip of the iceberg and I still let out a shit-load
I'm confused as to what would make her think that your face wipes were for her car? Oh well, parents are like that. I'm sorry OP! Make her pay you back.
I'm guilty of wiping down the "inside" of my car using baby wipes etc... (I'm guessing the mom cleaned the inside not the outside of her car). I clean things like my bathroom/kitchen countertops with them too. Maybe the mom just thought they were similar to that. I hope she does the decent thing and replaces them.
Are you serious? I don't know about the environment, but wet wipes are only good for the one time you use them, and are probably covered in dust an dirt from the car. It would be a very stupid idea to use them on your face, especially if you're trying to rid of acne.
Usually face wipes are small, so I have no idea what she was thinking when she used them all. Ask her to reimburse you.