By parentalissues - United States
Today, whilst on a phone interview with a college I really want to go to, my mother picks up the other line and shouts into the phone "She's not going to college, she's lazy and she'll only disappoint you." The interviewer hung up before I could say anything. FML
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  TheNewGuy03  |  28

I very, very rarely wish ill upon someone, but this two-legged abomination that OP calls a mother is not worthy of the air we humans breathe. When shit hits the fan, she will know that fucking over one's own offspring is one of the worst things you can do. I hope you can resolve this shit, OP.

  Zomg_Okay  |  26

94 - No shit? I was talking about 90's threadjack. The OP wasn't mentioned in that comment. So being a threadjack, it could look like they were talking to a previous commenter on the thread. Which is what I was getting at.

  ohcheriecherie  |  20

No, 2, she's really not. That was super cruel. It's so trendy on here to say "how awesome" when a family member does something to the OP. =_= done with you guys

  _krystallynn_  |  11

i would never speak to her again. ever. i would be beyond pissed off. that could change your whole future and fuck a lot of shit up for you. I'm sorry your mim is such a prick.

By  monagro  |  22

If I was interviewing someone for college, and they had good grades and a decent application (which in effect proves the mother wrong), I'd take this as a massive plus, and wouldn't have to hear the rest of the interview.

  mb2_native  |  15

70, it's not always the parent paying for college. I know people who work after school to pay off the fees. And for OP's mother, you are a bitch. To OP, move out with a roommate. I would've told my own mother off for that, but I do trades and not school.

By  Serisent  |  26

What an awful thing for your mother to do! But don't give up! You can always call the college back, preferably from a friend's house where your mother can't overhear, and explain the situation. And once you're in college, you won't have to deal with your mother any longer if you choose not to. It'll be tough, but you can do it!