To be initially embarrassed and not knowing how to react is fairly understandable. To carry on later about it by avoiding you etc is ridiculously childish. I also understand your embarrassment, though. Your mum is making this so much worse then it needs to be. She needs to have a giggle and move on, geez.
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22-02-2015 08:20 #21
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22-02-2015 10:55 #22Senior Member
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my mum walked in on my (now ex) dp and I when I lived at home with her o.O worst things worse she had HIS mother on the phone
she was like its the phone, its for Dp
22-02-2015 13:53 #23
When she decides to come back, perhaps you can have a bbq dinner outside to talk about it.
22-02-2015 14:24 #24
"Well you got me back mum... payback for when I saw you and dad."
Then walk away.
Seriously... it is your house, and yes, maybe it wasn't the best place. But what did she think? Your children were dropped over by the stork?
22-02-2015 14:26 #25
Was the sex good...???
22-02-2015 17:09 #26
Maybe it'll give her the push to move on? (No offence lol).
It'll blow over in time in the mean time enjoy the peace and quite :P
22-02-2015 17:26 #27Junior Member
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@RuffledPansy - Until we got interupted it was pretty good.
Until she finds a job she's pretty much stuck here sadly. She would love to have her own place and we would love that too for obvious reasons!!!
She looks after the kids while I'm at work, so she pays no bills.
I don't know why she has gone so childish though. If she found us in her bedroom with a whole bondage situation going on....
This woman could keep this going for months and still feel victimised.
22-02-2015 17:27 #28
Could she be really embarrassed by it? I just dont get it otherwise...she walked in on you!
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22-02-2015 18:53 #29
22-02-2015 19:04 #30
She'll just have to get over it. I agree with the others - where does she think her grandchildren came from
I feel for you though, I've had it happen twice. Once the first time I ever met ex H's mum. Yeah, that went down well... She literally walked in and yelled "OMG ARE YOU HAVING S3X?!" O.o
And the second time the first day DH and I moved into our house - he had just flown home from work too and his Dad rocked up without calling first and knocked on the door (which is right next to our bedroom). We didn't hear him for a good 10 minutes before we realised! He didn't say anything but was all miffed about it and apparently went around telling the rest of the family! After DH's uncle told him it was his own fault for not asking if he could come over, he shut up. He's over it now but we never mentioned it to him!
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