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    Default Bloody family :(

    Just need a vent here I have my mum and my Aunty staying here with us for a week they arrived this morning from goulburn and I've had enough already and want them to **** off back home I'm so sick of going out of my way to make their stay here nice only to have it thrown back in my face
    I just want to scream at them if u don't like the way we live then **** off and stay in a motel!!!!
    It's been 6 months since I seen my mum and in the first hour she bitched about us letting OUR dogs inside and how they belong outside and then it was the coffee its not good enough!!!
    I shouldn't be surprised I know what she's like but I'm not going to change who we are just for her but even so it dosnt take that hurt and disapontment away that I feel now
    They have just left to go to the local club for lunch I wasn't even asked if I wanted to go probably cause I have to leave soon to go get Bryce from school but still it's an insult to me!!
    It's times like this I wonder why I even bother having any contact with my family!

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    Oh that sucks! Just tell her that your dogs aren't a yard ornament. That's what I tell my OH when he says we should make them stay outside so that the house doesn't get covered in hair.

    Not asking you out for lunch though is a bit harsh. I would be pissed off too

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    This sounds perfect for you :P Maybe print it out and pop it on the fridge lol.

    My dogs live here, they’re here to stay.
    You don’t like pets? Be on your way.
    They share my home, my food, my space.
    This is their home, this is their place.

    You will find dog hair on the floor,
    They will alert you’re at the door.
    They may request a little pat,
    A simple ‘NO’ will settle that.

    It gripes me when I hear you say,
    ‘Just how is it you live this way?
    They smell, they shed, they’re in the way.’
    WHO ASKED YOU? is all I can say.

    They love me more than anyone.
    My voice is like the rising sun,
    They merely have to hear me say,
    ‘C’mon, time to go and play.’

    Then tails wag and faces grin,
    They bounce and hop and make a din.
    They never say, ‘No time for you,’
    They’re always there, to GO and DO.

    And if I’m sad, they’re by my side.
    And if I’m mad, they circle wide.
    And if I laugh, they laugh with me.
    They understand, they always see.

    So, once again, I say to you,’Come visit me,
    but know this too…

    My dogs live here, they’re here to stay.
    You don’t like pets? Be on your way.
    They share my home, my food, my space.
    This is their home, this is their place.

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    Aww. I read the poem to my 7yo daughter and she said: "That makes me feel very happy! For the dog, but also for the person."

    My mother gets on my nerves, but I don't think she would dare to be that rude. That would suck. Maybe you should give them a brochure for a local motel!

    (And my family all come from Belgium where there is no such thing as an outside dog really.)

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    Fortunately all my family is a little animal crazy.

    Not inviting me out! I'd be furious and knowing me probably would have to make some snide remark upon their return.

    But if you know what they are like let them be the way they are, so long as you stay just the way you are too. Your house, your rules.

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    I feel your pain Liss...My relationship with my mother certainly isnt like the Gilmour Girls. My mum used to come and visit me when I lived interstate (for a week pretty much after each of my kids were born) and she would come with my aunty as well. They would go out as well and not ask me out either. I love my mother, but we often don't see eye to eye!

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    at the end of the day its still your mum though.........
    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    I love 2 things in this world. Spandex and reyzor... not necessarily in that order.

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    Poor Liss... this hasn't been your year!
    Tell your Mum that considering that your dogs have cost you $10k lately you are keeping them inside where they are safe and if she thinks it is so nice outside, there is a matress in the spare room she is welcome to drag out there for herself.
    Owning a dog should be a partnership. Much like a good marriage it should be based on love, trust and devotion until death do you part.
    R.I.P Dali: 10th May 1998 – 20th December 2011

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    Men are usually mummy's boys LMAO....no offence intended Reyzor lol

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    lol, wouldnt say im a mummy's boy..... yeah i love my mum..... and she has done it pretty tough in the past.... we fight, but at the end of the day......she put up with me and my crap for 20 odd years....... im sure i can put up with hers for a bit
    Last edited by reyzor; 02-07-2012 at 04:25 PM.
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    I love 2 things in this world. Spandex and reyzor... not necessarily in that order.

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