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Today, I heard my sister talking to my mom about me, saying that I have the ability to suck the life out of a room like a Dementor. I walked in and asked what she meant by that. My mom replied, "She means you're an asshole." I love you too, mom. FML

By jigglepuff / Sunday 9 February 2014 17:00 / United States - Scottsdale
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  NeatNit  |  32

Honestly, if a mother thinks her son/daughter is an asshole then there has to be some truth to it. Just because she's your mom doesn't mean she should be supportive of you no matter what you do, and you can't blame her for being honest. Change your ways and you'll see a change in attitude towards you. that's what I think and I stand by it.

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  Ashamed_Sister  |  48

@54: I fully agree with you. My mother also doesn’t support me always, and whenever she did not support me there was a real reason for this. In this case it’s not only the mother but OP’s sister, as well. So OP might think about what’s wrong with him or her.

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  junkman6  |  22

Incoming sarcasm. Come on #5 you know any form of honesty is a bad thing, especially from parents! Parents have to say their children are little angels even when they are complete pricks that people want nothing to do with.

By  WCARlover  |  34

If you don't think you are an asshole to them then I would have a serious talk about it. Clearly they have their reasons for saying what they did; not saying it's true (that you're an asshole) but there is obviously some issue and you should try to get to the bottom of it with them

By  olpally  |  32

Seems like someone had breakfast with a side of bitch this morning. call her a bitch, I would. Terrible mother.

By  JACKxRAWR  |  22

Embrace it! Being an asshole is a good thing.

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