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I'm only human!

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Well yesterday I was looking in the refrigerator where I had placed a chocolate bar-a Caramilk bar by the way-. Which is one of the best bar's in the world! 

For-myself, and it was missing; I was pretty miffed, my nephew- a grown adult, had taken it without asking me.

I confronted him last night, after noticing it gone; and he replies that he was having some type of reaction and needed a bar, I told him that he should not have not taken it without asking first. I would have given him some of the bar- if he had only asked..

Today, I mentioned to him that that bar was in my space where I put it, and you don't touch other people's property. I threw a plastic measuring cup over by his head- he thought that it would hit him and hurt him.. A wake up call for him!"

He made me feel guilty for even confronting him over the chocolate bar..   But I

just let him know that when you are sharing a house with someone else, and you are not feeling well for some apparent reason- don't take somebody else's food- ask them first if you can have it..

That is my rant for today..

Has anybody else had trust issue's in their house, where another person take's something- no matter what it is that belong's to you, and how did, or do you deal with it?

 

Bang Head

Entry #196

Comments

1.
rdgrnrComment by rdgrnr - September 11, 2013, 3:51 pm
Well, he shoulda knowed better.

Me my ownself, I been known to keep a good supply o' whiskey round the house and all my brothers and cousins around the mountain here know to keep they distance. A flung whiskey bottle upside the head is a good reminder. They can thumb the jug all they want when I'm here but don't try it when I ain't, I'm here to testify.
2.
Elizabeth03Comment by Elizabeth03 - September 11, 2013, 4:03 pm
That is right, brother's, cousin's and whoever else shouldn't touch somebody's else's property, unless asking first if they can have some of whatever you have at the house; my nephew should know better next time, then to take what is not his..

Rules to live by..
3.
Comment by lottolaughs - February 19, 2014, 11:08 am
My husband threw away my favorite ashtray...it was in the shape of a piano that my sister bought me years ago when I smoked. I loved that thing but one day it was missing and I said...WHERE is IT?
"I threw it out,"he said.
He's lucky I didn't do the same to him,lol.
There was a lot of yelling and once in a great while it gets brought up (we women NEVER forget :)
One of these days I'll get him back! LOL

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