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Roxie
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Username: Roxie

Post Number: 649
Registered: 06-2005

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Posted on Saturday, February 04, 2006 - 12:47 pm:   

After my grandfather died (when I was a baby), My mother and I had no other men in our lives to protect us yet she was able to protect herself and me from my father.

Mother was always the one financialy supporing her loser brother and bailing him out of trouble ,never the other way
around. And not too long ago I fell into the same trap with my equally pathetic cousin.

Have any of YOUR fathers asked to borrowed YOUR money to feed his other two children at MCDonalds? Mine did.

We have been around so many destructive male relatives. We had to learn to protect ourselves and do by ourselves without a guy, even fix our own plumbing.


What's these bitches problem? Why can't they take care of themelves? too trustful? too gullible? Were they a bunch of "daddy's girls"?

I know this is obvious, but I JUST have no sympathy for them.

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