By Liv - United Kingdom - Great Bookham
Today, my mother was talking about a holiday she went on this time last year. She turned to me to say, "You would've loved it, it's a shame you couldn't come". I was there. It was just the two of us on holiday together. FML
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  \  |  28

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

  moonsalt  |  20

That doesn't make any sense. Unless you're comparing the mother's memory to a computer? The vacation was so unforgettable that all the memories caused an integer overflow, crashing her system and restarting the memory unit?

  raeepressley  |  12

I dunno, I was the middle of 5, and when my parents would take us out places, they would forget me there from time to time.

  falon142012  |  22

As a "general rule" the first child is independent, the middle child is rebellious, and the youngest child is dependent. I don't know if that's always true, but with my husband and his two younger brothers, that is SPOT ON.

  joea21  |  21

Doesn't mean they're worth remembering. Hitler was someone's child too, don't think his mother wants to remember him either. Bam, mind blown.

  SuperMew  |  22

My friend went on vacation with her mom and sisters. Every picture the mother put in the Memory book has the other girls but no Dana.

I thought Dana's mom sucked until I realized Dana is kind of a party killer and didn't even want to leave the boat. So maybe Op didn't make the trip memorable.