By a tad whipped - 28/04/2013 20:44 - Australia
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I would call her back and apologize for her parents not being able to afford her abortion, because that is more than cruel. But then again, you do have the upperhand by not slumping down to her level. Hopefully you never have to withstand the awful vibe of her ratchet presence again OP.
Honestly, her daughter should give her an ultimatum- pay back the money, apologize, and respect her husband, or the daughter will cut ties with her. An in law should never speak to their child's spouse like that; it shows disrespect for their spouse and their child.
Looks like she is the one who deep throated a cactus, she's really stingy. But you should try and take it as high as you can and see If you can get the money back somehow, good luck OP and sorry to hear about how unlucky you are with family
@117 currently only 14 entire countries have done it. most of then being countries with a much lower rate of religion then countries like america(whodaguessed) [email protected] everyone else I started refering to my fiances parents as mother/father-in-law as soon as we were engaged. but I guess that defeats the purpose of the name since engagements are not law binding so they would not be in-laws.
That bitch is crazy. Talk to your husband but you probably won´t get the money back.
throw her out of a window with an piano after her.. i hate poeple like her.
25 apparently any attempt at helping someone with grammar is being a grammar nazi now? I apologize for my own missing an adverb but I was very polite in informing him of the difference. it's not like I said "POEPLE POEPLE POEPLE POEPLE POEPLE POEPLE POEPLE POEPLE POEPLE" or something to that effect, which is common on other forums... Feel free to thumb this down though since everyone on this site is clearly out for blood today anyways, thanks and have a good day.
123: It's more about word sounding than just being vowel or consonant, ex the letter "S" if spelled phonetically would be something like "es" since the first sound is a soft e sound, which calls for the us of an instead of a, also I can't think of an example where an would be before a word starting with y so I'm not sure y is involved
Exactly my point 125. If you are going to teach someone grammar, you make sure you teach the correct things. Telling someone something vague and inaccurate (like what you did before) is only going to do more harm and good. There's no point preaching if you don't know the bibles well.
I just wouldnt worry about her. Let her do her stuff and u do urs. Just let her be
Well, Victoria, while I wish you had expressed your opinion with proper grammar and spelling, I agree with it. I used to be married to someone like this, so I know better than anybody it's not worth having someone like this in your life on the off chance that you'll be able to collect a debt from them. Nor is it worth trying to hurt someone like this for vengeance, because often they don't feel enough to be hurt, and even if you do manage to hurt them, they hurt you even worse in return. Seeing as how he's married to this person's daughter, though, he may not be able to cut her out of his life. He should if he can, though, because he'll be better off without her and, considering her attitude, he's not likely to get his money back anyway. If he can't cut her out of his life though, he'd be better off letting the debt go unpaid, but bringing it up anytime he has to talk to her, even if she responds like this every time. That way, she'll avoid him as much as possible, and maybe even do the cutting off herself. That would be well worth whatever amount of money she owes him.
Wow, Super Bitch strikes again. My condolances your in-law's an asshole. :p
That's when you take said cactus and shove it down HER throat.