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What annoying things do your parents do that annoy you...

Discussion in 'Teens OT' started by Mody_Jess_Pony, Nov 16, 2008.

  1. Mody_Jess_Pony

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    1) My dad can be SO LOUD! OMG we'll be sitting queitly and he'll clap his hands togethe really loud and I can't stand it.
    2) my dad yells at the TV as though they could actually hear him!
    3) Is it a male thing but channel flicking is so annoying
    4) A thing I find annoying with both parents is standing over your shoulder when your not
    5) OKAY mom's big one DONT read your kids diarys. The baddest thing a mom can do is read there kids diary!
    6) I hate when my mom goes through my cloths and trys to give away what she thinks I don't wear anymore without asking.
    7) Shuting the hot water off after 5 minutes in the shower.
    8)MY dad can't STAND when anyone turns on a light and makes you shut it off.
    9) Standing over my shoulder trying to read what I'm doing.
    10) not letting me order off the adult menu
    11) Trying to convince me I'm to young still to watch the simpsons...
     
  2. misscaitp

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    Those that you used, just with the going through clothes instead of taking them away, she takes them and puts them with her wardrobe.

    For me

    ~Messing with my friends even if I tell them to stop
    ~Last night..when I was running low my mom insisted that she sleep in my room
    ~Oh them trying to talk to me when I'm listening to music
    ~Some how they know everything that happens even if they aren't there, I swear they use the school nurse as a spy :eek:
    ~And anytime you do something you always get the 5W's

    ~This is just my parents being lazy, calling me downstairs to get the remote that is within 5 feet of them
     
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  3. Mody_Jess_Pony

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    This is another thing treating me/us as though I'm totally incompentent...

    Another one treating me like I'm only 2 years old!!!
    I hate when my mom is so condecending about stuff!


    OH BIG ONE!
    I HATE how she has to procastinate to the point of just UGH!
    We are always late!
    She rarely understands why I'm upset...
    She's very "SUCK it up princess and get over it"


    (((He hee this feels good to just rant although parents do have a good side)))
     
  4. s0ccerfreak

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    Top 3 that currently annoy me
    -Channel surfing drives me nuts, would you just put on tv guide channel
    -Calling a bg "bad" (prolly not a good idea when i'm high and in a bad mood-mom found out the hard way)
    -Asking me to come fix what they did to the computer when I'm trying to do hw
     
  5. diamondback688

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    I agree with both of those. My mom is so computer illiterate it isn't even funny. To be honest, I'd rather she stay away from the computer. Last week she downloaded some unknown thing and now some Windows AntiVirus thing keeps popping up every five minutes and I can't seem to get rid of it.

    Another thing that annoys me to no end is when I have my bedroom door closed and my dad just barges in without knocking and when he leaves he doesn't close the door, which causes me to have to get up and close it again. :rolleyes:I mean, there is a reason I have a door, isn't there?

    Another thing is when my dad comes in my room just because he can and starts going through my drawers and stuff.:rolleyes:
     
  6. Mody_Jess_Pony

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    I think the common denominator right now is the lack of privacy parents give us...I mean I know they have to be concerned and all but I'm a good kid I'm not going to have anything illegal hidden in my dresser drawr...
     
  7. diamondback688

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    Heck, I'm so sheltered I don't even know where to buy illegal drugs.
     
  8. Daxdog

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    Nor do I, does anyone here know? ;)

    Just kidding.

    But seriously, how does a 13 yr old get cigarretes, let alone marijuana?
     
  9. Mody_Jess_Pony

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    Jorden I won't tell you how a 13 yr old gets cigerettes or weed...In fact it's easier than you think...At least all the weed heads here seem to make it look so easy...I HAVE never even thought about doing weed... My mom works in adiction services she'd scewer me alive(not that I would ever do it anyway)
     
  10. Daxdog

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    Well, I would probably know if I didn't live in Utah.
     
  11. BobbyJackElmo

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    I hate how my parents cant check my blood sugar in the middle of the night with out waking me up (and getting yelled at) or with out leaving bruises.
    And how my mom cant say anything good about me its always bad. One day ima point out every bad thing about her.
     
  12. diamondback688

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    You actually yell at your parents when they wake you up in the middle of the night?:D:D:D
     
  13. MissEmi

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    My mother has gotten expert at this :D. She USED to leave bruises horribly, but now, never.
     

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