64
By SickMaMa / Tuesday 9 December 2014 22:39 / United States - Cortland
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
By  Toughsky  |  23

I wouldn't take it too seriously OP. Yeah she turned just to vomit on you but it really doesn't mean much. I'm sure she just didn't know what to do when she felt the need to vomit and just turned around.

Comments
Reply
  ThePols  |  11

The sarcasm is weak with you, #7.

By  Toughsky  |  23

I wouldn't take it too seriously OP. Yeah she turned just to vomit on you but it really doesn't mean much. I'm sure she just didn't know what to do when she felt the need to vomit and just turned around.

By  Vagitarian1  |  10

Jealous!!!??? Of your daughter??? I think you may have some deeper issues.

By  Zacky_Chan  |  22

Feeling the love, literally

By  TimeForPlanB  |  14

so "your daughter" seems to be rather "your daughter". (oh english, you wonderful language, always so precise)

Reply
  ThePols  |  11

You literally just said the same thing twice. What are you doing with your life? If you're going to comment on the English language, make sure you use it correctly.

Reply
  TimeForPlanB  |  14

I'm fine, thank you for worrying about my life. I have no problem to admit that english isn't my mother language, so showing so much care you can probably teach me how to say that it's not only her daughter but their daughter. afaik "your" can be both singular and plural. I know... a cheap joke, and even worse when it has to be explained...

Reply
  MissCloudy249  |  14

I'm assuming that because #8's native language isn't English, he's referring to the fact that in English our "your" doesn't specify whether it's plural or singular (which it can and it's the same with "you"). Whereas, in many other languages, it does specify. Spanish for example: you (singular) = tu and you (plural) = ustedes. So I can kind of understand his confusion. I, for one, sort of agree that other languages specify it better (and English is my first language). However, I have no idea what #8 is referring to... Just wanted to clear the "your" confusion up.

Reply
  Death_of_all  |  14

Where I'm from, sometimes when things go (slightly) wrong, the one parent will jokingly say "your daughter" instead of "our daughter", for example "your daughter vomited all over me last night". So to me, #8's post seemed to say "your daughter"(both OP's and her husband's) is now "your daughter" (only OP's husband's).

Reply
  Sora_McKain  |  35

I instantly thumb you down for even mentioning that person in my presence, how I hate him.

By  teyyoshi  |  19

girls are more intimate with dad 。。。

Loading data…