Lol@ bada, that's a good one!
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20-04-2012 19:41 #91
25-04-2012 20:14 #92Junior Member
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I wouldn't know where to start! MIL and SIL are both sorry excuses for human beings, I try not to think about them...
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25-04-2012 20:47 #93
My ex-MIL is hopeless! I called her numerous times after I finally had had enough & walked away from my marriage. I told her that her son was suicidal. Made numerous calls in fact. She kept saying "I can't cope". Finally, she came to Sydney for a family wedding and saw him. I got an abusive and shocked phone call -"oh my god! I can't believe he's so bad. None of the family realized". Really? I only called a few times, begging you to help him. How saw for him. What's worse, is that his state of mental health could have been avoided if they had supported him to overcome his drug problem before he blew $30K. They're a hopelessly dysfunctional family, but no where near as bad as some of the other stories on here!
25-04-2012 20:59 #94
well she has done HEAPS of cr@ppy things, ALWAYS when my hubby is out of hearing
The most recent was this afternoon. She is in hospital as she had a blood clot in her lung and we went to visit. Hubby took our son out of the room for a nappy change and she bought up how he is no longer a baby, he is a little boy and he is looking more like you (me). I said you think so... So she showed me a photo she took on her iphone at Easter and i thought hmm ok yeah i see it there.
Then hubby and W walked back into the room and he is over tired, bored and cranky so he starts wailing a bit. MIL holds the photo up to W saying whose the ugly boy whose the ugly boy. Niceeeeee one
25-04-2012 21:19 #95
My MIL cut my sons hair while babysitting, without my permission. It was before our wedding and she is NOT a hairdresser (besides the fact that she has no right)
25-04-2012 21:40 #96
25-04-2012 22:11 #97
My MIL sadly has had a stroke now, however before that she would never address me directly unless she had to, complain she had to wash my clothes because she'd come in dh's room and take my clothes but I'd be going home the next day and would have taken them with me. When dh said he was proposing and we were getting a house and when we set the wedding date she'd always say "why would you want to do that for?" then nothing else!! She used to pick on my weight to dh. I really do like her she just needed to maybe sensor herself a bit. I feel it would have gotten worse if she hadn't had a stroke and ended up in a nursing home.
One of my FIL's baby mummas told me about how I can't get pregnant because I'm fat lucky u'm dieting for ivf etc etc when she knows our issue is dh's swimmers and this was loudly in front of all my in laws and bils family at my nieces birthday I wanted to crawl into a crack in the concrete and die!
26-04-2012 14:51 #98
What is it with mothers and thinking they have the right to comment on our weight?!?
I've always been the overweight one. I'm going back to full time work next week & my mum goes " the weight will just fall off now you're going back to work" WTF. I don't sit around and eat all day at home!
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26-04-2012 14:58 #99
Took the family photos at my SIL wedding without me in them. Despite insisting at MY wedding that said SIL and two BIL were in the wedding party.
26-04-2012 19:26 #100
Another thing I'm sure everyone else deals with too - food.
I'll pack DS a nutritious lunch (she looks after him one day a week) and then she will feed him food from her house, comprising of usually nuggets and cordial. RAGE
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