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    Quote Originally Posted by shelle65 View Post
    DD once sent the following message from my phone to my chiropractor (she meant to send it to her dad): "I love you fatso".

    Awkward.
    OMG! That's hilarious, I can't stop laughing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowangel0205 View Post
    Yes, exactally. But I didn't mind dropping it off, when I had the time. She had 2 kids under 2 yrs old, but the text was like "um wow!".

    There had been no mention of it either betwen when she left it till she asked so I kinda forgot it was here. She only brought it around to show my mum something....sat it down, she left, we realised and put it aside so it didn't get ruined.

    It hurt! I was there with her in labour at the hospital with her oldest (despite spraining my ankle only hours earlier at basketball). Minded her oldest overnight s when she had #2, while I worked p.t. During the day so her bf could sleep through for work...so I thought we were close .....but apparently not!

    Proudly brought to you by me and my autocorrect fail device.
    Awwww, I missed this post. It's a shame when you lose a good friendship or you find out that the other person doesn't appreciate you the way you appreciate them. It sounds like you're better off without them in your life. I had a friendship that ended and it made me so sad even though the friendship was always about her and me supporting her through her dramas. I had no idea why I missed it so badly, maybe the feeling of being needed? I realised one day when I was in floods of tears after a fight with DH and we talked for about five minutes about it before moving on to her crap instead. Toxic.


 

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