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    I know Im late to this but I told my kids that the ice cream truck rings his bell to let everyone know he's run out of ice cream. I also tell my kids if the last biscuit or special treat is gone that their Aunty ( my sister who visits every day ) ate it when it was actually me..😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    My confession is that I wish I was someone else. I struggle so much to be happy. Sick of it.
    At the very least, I hope this thread can give you a giggle? X

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    My father told me in 3rd grade that I wasn't actually a normal human, some form of alien creature. And that explained why I was different to everyone else. I wholeheartedly believed it until sometime in 5th or 6th grade when I went back to him to ask more questions about it and he couldn't even remember saying it. Just put it down to a joke. I spent the next year or so, very confused.

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    My brothers were annoying me and being possessive of our mum, they didn't see her much while we were growing up and expected her and dad (I was the only one to EVER call him dad because he WAS my dad from the age of 13 until he died last year when I was 26) to bail them out of every screw up they got themselves into then abused the crap out of them when the foot dropped and the purse closed.
    My youngest brother, I told him he was adopted. Back story and all, explained that's why there's no baby photos of him until he was about one and that mum just found him on the side of the road. He believed me, and still sort of does.
    Older younger brother (older one of the younger two) I told him that he was super ugly when he was born, mum kept putting him in the nursery and wouldn't let her friends see him. I told him that he was so ugly that she tried to leave him at the hospital and he nurses had to chase her down and make her take him because he was so ugly they didn't want him there 'uglying up the nursery with all the cute normal looking babies there'. Then I said she locked him in a back room when her friends came over and told them he was out with his Nanna because he was so ugly she didn't want anyone to see him until he looked more normal. He believed me too! 😂 and when he asked mum about it she said 'well you had a funny shaped head' so he totally believes me now!

    My older brother was adopted by my maternal grandmother when he was 5 weeks old because mum was only 15 and couldn't raise him. Every time he picks on me I tell him 'shut up you're adopted' and he goes to argue but then he's like oh...

    TLR- told my youngest brother he was adopted, and other brother he was super ugly and mum tried to leave him at the hospital. They believed me. Tell my big brother he's adopted to shut him up when he's annoying me because he actually was adopted my our grandmother

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    I made dinner last night and after a long, hard week with the kids I decided NOT to call them in when it was ready.
    DH and I sat in peace for 15 minutes while we ate ours and let theirs go cold!
    The scallywags have me worn out!

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