By Anonymous - 17/08/2009 08:21 - United States
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I agree. Why the hell aren't you going to tell your dad? He deserves better than that whore for a wife. And as #7 said, all the people who say "YDI for snooping" are idiots. She has every right to look through her MOM's phone. Family is family, and it's not like the mom should have anything to hide if she wasn't a slutty mcslutface.
#94 Dude, chill out. How do you know she didn't say, "Hey Mom, I need a T-Shirt to go jogging in. Do you mind if I grab one of yours for the day?" Or even, a mix-up in the laundry, which happens at our house all the time. Or, maybe they share clothes regularly. Or, maybe her Mom simply asked, "Sweetheart, can you run upstairs and grab me my pink shirt with the pockets on the chest? Thanks!" There are many reasons she could be going through the drawer. Stop freaking out and assuming she's an awful kid. "There'd be hell to pay at my house!" I'd NEVER freak out on my kids for borrowing a T-Shirt, jeez. They're going to grow up scared of you if you freak out over that kind of thing.
You accidentally find a phone. You snoop to learn the rest, therefore YDI.
Um...how the hell does she deserve this? So if she didn't check phone would that mean her mom was not cheating? Goddamn you are the reason I hate other people. I think most people would want to know if their parents were cheating. Things like that break up a family. Ignorance is not bliss. Now she can have a talk with her parents to sort things out. If not well then her dad deserves better. If this had been phrased like this "Today, my husband was snooping in my bedroom and found the phone I had been using to have an affair with someone else, FML" You would have torn her apart.
Oh stop your bitching. OP found the phone while LOOKING for a t-shirt. Not everyone lives by your rules. Some people willingly share their clothes with eachother. Maybe the daughter was borrowing an old t-shirt to wear while they paint. Maybe her work shirt got put in her mothers clothing. Finding a random phone she most likely had never seen before in her moms clothing is going to arouse curiosity too. If I saw a phone I'd never seen before in my parents room, I'd assume it was a new phone if it wasn't scratched up, and then I wouldn't touch it. But it's easy to assume that wasn't the case here. If I noticed it wasn't new, If I had nothing better to do, I might pick it up and play with it. Or open it to see who it belongs to. I'm not snooping. And her mother did not deserve to get caught because she couldn't cover up her tracks. Her mom deserves to get caught cause she is a fucktard for cheating in the first place.
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YDI for looking through your mother's cell phone. Privacy means Privacy, even if she is cheating on your father, you'd both be considered untrustworthy. I'd still tell your Dad, though.
What the hell? its not her fault her mom is a big cheatter. And let's be honest, there is no privacy when it comes to family. If parents can look through their child's shit then the child is entitled to do the same. FYL, tell your Dad.
I believe it's spelt not spelled. However before you go picking holes in what other people have said think about what you're saying. Parents have as much right to go through their children's belongings as the child has to go through theirs, which seems fair to me. Also, to start with she wasn't snooping, she just happened across the phone in the drawer she wasn't looking for it. How do we know that a) the t-shirt wasn't hers in the first place or b) that her and her mum share clothes anyway. Besides she could be 18 you don't know that so your care and custody line may be irrelevant.