Unwanted guest

By MMM - 21/01/2014 23:26 - United States - Saco

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Today, my plans for having sex with my girlfriend were thwarted for the sixth time in a row by my own mother. I found out later that she's been reading my texts so she knew when to drop by and ruin everything. FML
I agree, your life sucks 57 405
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This is actually quite useful now that you know that OP. Now you can either make your mother go to crazy places, or better yet, have fun having sex in crazy places. Twist the negative side into something you can benefit from!

Sounds like its time to start fooling your mother with spoofed text messages

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Talk about Mommy issues! Sheesh

This is actually quite useful now that you know that OP. Now you can either make your mother go to crazy places, or better yet, have fun having sex in crazy places. Twist the negative side into something you can benefit from!

Absolutely #6, I agree. There are for OP however, ingenious ways of circumnavigating the mother knowing what she does. We don't know what she is like of course

Sounds like its time to start fooling your mother with spoofed text messages

Sounds like it's time to get the ol' communication with your mom going, and I don't mean telling her your hookup timetable in person.

It's going to happene eventually anyways! She can't "protect" you forever. My mom used to read my texts too until I found a more secretive way of communicating to someone I liked. You don't pry on her love life, so she should respect yours and if it's such a burden to her, perhaps confronting you would be a more honest approach.

I honestly don't understand parents that do that. It's a blatant invasion of privacy. Not only is it extremely disrespectful, but it's also sending a message to your kid that you don't trust them at all which is pretty hurtful and destructive if there's no good reason for it.

I've found that if you answer the door naked people won't bother you.

I'll keep that in mind the next time Jehovah's Witnesses knock on my door.

I find answering the door in my undies and then posing works best for Jehovah's Witnesses, it really 'confuses' the female ones.

But it has to be awkward naked. Like wide stance and polite manner. Definitely shake their hand or make an attempt. You have to act like you aren't naked.

Oh yeah and I forgot, after you strike a good pose, immediately slam the door shut. Always leave them wanting more

That's a good idea...

Considering she has to drop by to ruin it, it sounds like you've moved out, so how and why does she still have access to your texts anyway?

I dont think hes moved out, i think his mum just went out but dropped back in at those specific times. Doesnt matter or make a difference anyway, either way its still very creepy and intrusive..

No I'm pretty sure OP is on his own. "Drop by" is very common term to visiting someone else's house. As for the texts, if OP has an iPhone and his mom knows his Apple ID info, she can read his texts thorough iMessage.

Ah, didn't know you could see messages online with apple. Still, should have changed his password, this can't be the first time it's become apparent that mummy is a little bit controlling.

Next time she interrupts just act as if she isn't there

I always knew that my dad would spy on my phone, so I changed my boyfriend's name in my contact list to the name of my best female friend. Result: dad angry, because he thought I was a lesbian. Good ol' days. Anyway, password, OP.

Your dad harrassed you for being a lesbian? Thats a bit wrong isnt it..

Unfortunately there are still a lot of homophobes out there. Pretty sad. My family was tickled pink that I didn't turn out to be a lesbian. I was less than thrilled when they congratulated me on being straight.

...no her dad had problems with her sexuality in general, hetero or homosexual, her dad was being overprotective.

Oh gosh, people with their homophobia..

Quit using your Mom's phone to text your girlfriend with!

You are indeed a battler, my son.

22- your picture... and your name... I just can't.