By alejita - 2/3/2009 05:52 - United States
Today, I overheard my daughter compliment my mother by saying "My mom is way flabbier than you, Grandma." When I told her later that she hurt my feelings, she told me to "man up." She's seven. FML
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By  Goose_fml  |  0

The problem is that you took offense at what your daughter said. Kids say things like that, and when they say them, they're usually true. What were you trying to do, give your daughter a guilt-trip? It obviously didn't work.

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By  Melody_fml  |  0

haha WOW...i'm sorry

but maybe if a kid that doesnt even realize what their saying, is saying that maybe their right? i know my mom would rather know the truth over what she'd like to think....haha though i'd never say to my own mom.....mom your 3 times my size...over 300 freakin pounds...loose some weight b*tch but yeah haha cant xD

point is...yeahs...sorry and it could be worse...atleast shes little. its worse when a teenager says it cause then its not just said to say it.

By  Goose_fml  |  0

The problem is that you took offense at what your daughter said. Kids say things like that, and when they say them, they're usually true. What were you trying to do, give your daughter a guilt-trip? It obviously didn't work.

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  miianah1  |  22

I don't think that's what she was trying to do. I think she wanted to teach her that when people tell you "you hurt my feelings" the noble thing to do is say "I'm sorry, I didn't realize that. It won't happen again" kids are getting less and less empathetic.