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By mass message - / Sunday 16 October 2011 00:47 / Canada
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  YourEvilHero  |  12

hey she could have done worse and came back while the party was going on in her underwear and said "heeey everyone I'm ops mom, it's passed her bedtime but she's been a good little girl."

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Today I left for a business trip. My son then texted me aling with a shitload of other people saying theres a party at our house. Not only did he try to have a party, he's an idiot. FML

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  Keyman1212  |  14

For all of you getting offended over the Canadian remark, when my dad went on a business trip, it would involve him flying to other parts of the country, or overseas. Not much my dad could do at an office in London when I'm in Texas.

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  MissMae93  |  23

Damn straight, 144. Or perhaps to grab some beaver tails, depending on the season.
And 3 - your comment still makes zero sense to me even after your "explanation". Could OP's mom not have been driving to the airport?

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  MissMae93  |  23

Uhm, I donno about you but I for one don't have my grandparent's cellphone numbers stored on my cellphone. Nor do I believe my grandparents even HAVE cellphones.

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  SeedlessMe  |  13

Well I 'donno' about you either MissMae, but once you're out of the pettiness of high school, it's perfectly acceptable to have your grandparents/other family members phone numbers in your contacts.
Besides, I'm older than you & my grandmother has a cell phone. She even knows how to text!
Lmao--- Don't be dissin' grams!

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"You think I'm stupid enough to mass text everyone on my contacts list including you about having a party? What kind of idiot do you think I am?...(2 seconds later)Guys party cancelled mom figured out bout it"

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  ashes1005  |  0

Ive got my parents and grand parents number n my phone n i dont rely on them for anything but who doesnt remember tgeyhave their mons number saved n their phone

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That's why I said probably. Most teenagers rely on their parents unless they are independent. Judging by the context, I think it's safe to say OP is under the age of 18 as I've never heard of a legal adult being grounded >.> but I could very well be wrong o.O

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