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By PetitPrincePerdu - / Friday 8 May 2009 00:42 / United States
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By  cefarix  |  5

Today, I tried calling my son yet again, and got no response. I've been calling him for days. I'm worried out of my mind and I'm going to move 600 miles to be with him. FML

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By  cefarix  |  5

Today, I tried calling my son yet again, and got no response. I've been calling him for days. I'm worried out of my mind and I'm going to move 600 miles to be with him. FML

By  panda_bear511  |  0

@1: Stop doing the response FMLs. They're not funny @OP: That is a bit weird but you know how mothers are (or you don't). She's just worried about you and it's probably the longest you've been away from her. I know my mother's over-protective (though maybe not as overprotective as yours...)

By  sunshyne84_fml  |  0

my mom did some bullshit like that and was talkin to my teachers and stuff and sendin me emails talkin about she was gonna call the police and report me as missing, fuckin psycho mom!!!

By  onigiriqueen  |  0

#1: I agree with #3. We all hate you, go away. OP: I hate mothers who can't cut the freaking umbilical cord. All I heard when people found out I was moving to Japan at 18 was: "Ohmygod, my parents would NEVER let me do that!" Uhm, at 18 years old, you are an adult and should be treated as such. I would thoroughly scold my mother for doing something like that because it means she didn't respect me. Granted, I love my mother to death, and we are really close, but she isn't THAT ridiculous.

By  fantome_fml  |  0

Maybe if you answered your phone every once and a while she wouldn't have moved 600 miles so her ungreatful son would atleast awknowledge her existance...ever think about that huh? lol

By  onigiriqueen  |  0

#5: Were you in high school? If so, she has every right to stay in contact with your teachers. She should be. It means she cares. Until you're 18, you belong to your parents, so just suck it up and be patient for that day to come.

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  JHPugh  |  19

I highly doubt OP is under 18. It is stated that the school in question is 600 miles away from where she lived and mentioned fraternity, therefore more than likely college. Get your act together

By  sunshyne84_fml  |  0

#7 have u been to college, ppl are really busy especially if u r in a frat u dont spend a lot of time at home unless u are sleeping or cleaning urself up, its time for mom to let go!! she could have sent an email or just left a message and let him call back or something, anything!

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