Bad timing, bad luck, bad everything...
Conversation with my mum and sister goes bad.
Cat gets killed by a car
DS goes to hospital with croup
Truck is cancelled from under us, without any notification, so now paying for a proper service, at the expense of our savings.
Now no money to fix my washing machine that I just broke.
Sorry... Looks like we will need a new one
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16-04-2011 15:08 #1
Bad Luck Seems to be My Middle Name..
Last edited by White Mage; 16-04-2011 at 15:13.
23-04-2011 21:51 #2I'm lovin' it
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That's so horrible
What goes around comes around though, and hopefully things start to pick up for you. I'm so sorry things have been bad for you
23-04-2011 21:54 #3Senior Member
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Aww hun. What bad run you've had. Hopefully things will pick up soon. Sending positive vibes your way
24-04-2011 05:02 #4
Other things have happened since posting this lol.
My house was robbed Thursday.
24-04-2011 05:05 #5
24-04-2011 05:19 #6
Oh brood mare I had to put down my cat yesterday too, your post made me cry. I hope things turn around for you like yesterday I hope the low lifes that broke into you house get theirs
24-04-2011 05:31 #7
I am over the bad luck we are having right now. I was convinced that I was curse somehow.
The fridge died earlier in the week, with $100 worth of meat defrosting inside, and 4L's of milk went off. Had none for DS for a day.
Replace our broken appliances only to be robbed the next day.
Police believe that it was a kid doing a snatch and grab. Enough to fill a backpack.
They were very selective.
Took the PS3 and all the extras, the games, the PSP (broken hehe) Video Camera, had all of DS's videos on there. And a game related watch which was in my DHs sock drawer. They only went through 2 rooms, and dashed out the front door.
They came in through our lounge room window. Which we had unlocked. But was closed. (old house, old swivel locks)
May not be able to claim insurance unless the police report says there was any force of entry.
They technically would of had to force the window open, as they aren't easy to open even unlocked from the outside. And the window was high off the ground.
24-04-2011 06:04 #8
Oh flip! Hope your insurance covers it, dam insurance companies always have a way out
24-04-2011 06:27 #9-
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Wether or not your window was locked, someone still came in your home, without permission, and stole from you. Technically, the insurer can reduce your claim due to your property not being properly secured but it's stkl theft.
24-04-2011 06:36 #10
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