By Username - 12/11/2011 21:42 - United States
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Meant for "her husband"...suuuuuure it was. I wouldn't bother slamming her head in the oven. I've tried that on numerous FML commenters to no avail. I recommend a taser. The spelling isn't better, but at least they're quiet for a few minutes.
You can change your number and then only give it to your son. Maybe she will get the hint. Or you could send her a text explaining that you want to slam her head in the oven. If this is a repeat offense then I do not see it as being an accident. I think she does this just to get on your nerves.
Why don't you just text her your son's number so she takes the hint?
Considering the daughter-in-law is married to the OP's son (hence the "in-law" part), I think it is less to do with a phone number confusion (even in this day and age, certain phone numbers should be and are retained despite not having to dial every time a call is made), and more to do with a shared family name. In which case, a simple modification to one of the contacts, meant to distinguish father and son, should do the trick. I have a friend named Richard ____ Jr. whose fathers name is one in the same, minus the Jr. of course. He is able to use any if his fathers credit cards and information (even credit ratings) as his own. The substantial wealth of the father helped to mask any extraneous charges and he has yet to be caught. So, a word to the wise, family names (first and last) are highly inadvisable.
Wow OP, calm your tits. No need to slam her head in the oven.
Theirs no reason to be a bitch. Your one of those psycho "HE'S MY SON!" mother in laws aren't you!!!
Sounds like you have some other issues with her (that or a problem controlling your temper) if something as trivial as accidental text messages with poor spelling make you want to "slam her head into the oven". While doing so would put a stop to the texts, a more normal solution would just be to make her aware that you are the one receiving the texts as graciously as you can. She will probably be mortified and more careful when texting in the future.