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By teea - / Thursday 15 November 2012 23:34 / Australia
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So many mistakes were made trying to sound intelligent ^ did you google all those quotes before you posted them? You must be so proud.

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76,81--Do calm down, 73 was being punny (May not be the right adjective?).I think I've seen him/her comment before with fine English.

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Good deeds never go unpunished. Yes, good for OP, that was so nice. (: Parents are very suspicious people sometimes.

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If the parents didn't trust their son then they should have never left him home alone, or should have had someone check in on him periodically. That being said they can either blame the person who did or did not check on him, or they can trust their son and his gf or whom so ever he chooses to let in their home to treat their home respectfully. Sry op if they didn't see it that way. Maybe if the house was a total wreck I could understand their actions.

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That was a really dirty thing to say to someone who just cleaned your house. Mop up those tears OP and dust yourself off it was a neat gesture.

They are either really anal people, or you have done things in the past to make them not trust you. 2 sides to every story I suppose.

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7, sometimes parents just think the worst no matter what. My parents are exactly like that, despite devoting years to pleasing them. Cannot win.

It's okay, though. You are banned, but their house will eventually become so filthy that they'll beg you to come back.

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