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I feel badly for the kid. However, she chose one of the grossly ideas. I had this same conversation with my parents when I was 12. Neither listened so I didn't do my homework for a month. After 10 calls from my teachers, to my parents, they finally paid attention. I had completed all of my homework but didn't turn any of it in when each was due. The only attention I got was that the next day I had to turn in my homework and my birthday party was moved a weekend later, which actually was good for me. But I learned to give up after that. Some parents aren't able to stop, enjoy their kid(s) for a moment each day, and appreciate them. Again, I feel badly for the kid.
Wearing the same shirt for the past few weeks is not necessarily the same as wearing a dirty shirty for the past few weeks. I wear the same shirty everyday pretty much but I wash it every night. We shouldn't jump to the conclusion that the OP's daughter is incapable of doing laundry. She may have just deliberately worn and constantly washed the same shirt for the past few weeks.
Wearing the same shirt does not put her at risk of affecting her grades. I would have never think of something like this. I think this girl is very smart. My first thought was that is it not that difficult to walk away with the same shirt without being noticed because she could be using a closed jacket or leaving after and getting home before her parents, but I have the feeling she wanted to be noticed.
Well, I don't know about you guys, but my mom almost never sees what I wear to school. Yes, I do spend time with her, but she works during the day. In the mornings she speaks to me before I get dressed, and by the time I'm done she is gone. When I get home, I change in to pajamas and she doesn't see me until an hour later. So it doesn't necessarily mean OP doesn't pay attention to her daughter.
That's gnarly! But YDI for not noticing something like that, maybe your daughter was right. :P
IQ is a very limited test. It only measures one portion of your thinking skills but we can't say that it measures intelligence, because intelligence is a far broader phenomenon. The IQ has had several criticisms about its limitations (it being biased and not being able to correlate the results with actual intelligence being the most profound limitation).
You sound like an idiot.
Just to let you know, the reason I love Justin Bieber is because when I was diagnosed with cancer 2 years ago, he visited the hospital I was in and gave me his hat and told me not to lose hope. And now the chemo is working and I'm slowly improving. Before that, I hated him and called him gay and stupid on a daily basis.
There is nothing wrong with her loving Justin bieber everyone has ther own taste in music and if hers is Justin then that's her choice not yours don't judge Someone by the music they listen to. Personally Justin isn't my favorite singer ever, he's okay but I don't judge her because she likes him.