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        02-14-2013, 07:34 PM
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    Siblings -sigh- gotta love 'em.

    Are all young teens this rude?
    Despite the fact that she owes me a whole bunch of money from things as simple as 'treats' and drinks from my work, my mum convinced me to buy my sister Starbucks on the way home. Brought it to her and what do I get? She rolled her eyes and told me to get out of the way of the TV. And when I asked her if she was going to say thank you I got a 'no', and screamed at when I took it away.

    -end rant-
    Okay I feel slightly better
         
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        02-14-2013, 08:15 PM
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    Green Broke
    I'm sorry but if my sister treated me like that I wouldn't be buying her stuff. She sounds spoiled and more then a little rude but that's just me.
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        02-14-2013, 10:01 PM
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    Yearling
    Huh, if my brothers had done that to me they would have heard it form me. Granted, I am a teen but still I would never do that to anyone who would have gotten something for me. She sounds spoiled.
         
        02-14-2013, 10:04 PM
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    :O
    I know I'm not that rude! I was raised better than that!
         
        02-15-2013, 01:28 AM
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    Yearling
    I'm 13, and if I was that rude I would whip my OWN backside off, never mind my parents!

    Simple, don't buy her anything until she pays you back and gets a better attitude.

    And charge interest on that money .

    If it continues, tell your parents and ask them to have a talk with her about respect. Your sister will probably listen to them more than you unless you guys are really close and will have to do what they say, which might help solve the issue.
         
        02-15-2013, 10:27 AM
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    I would have taken the coffee back.
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        02-15-2013, 11:21 AM
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    Green Broke
    Oh wow if I had of spoken to my mother like that when I was a teen she would have killed me. I told her to F off once when I was around 14 and I can still feel the sting of the slap across the face I got.

    Honestly(no offense to the teens here) I am finding that teens really have no respect for anyone anymore. A few years ago I was on the subway and I watched a group of teens push an older lady out of the way to get to a seat. I gave the lady my seat and ripped the kids a new one. Worse of it is, its a very common site to see these kids just have no respect for anyone or anything. Breaking things, pushing people, cussing out adults. Rolling of the eyes at everything and the amount of knowledge 13 year old kids have about sex now floors me.

    My kids would get a serious butt kicking if they ever had an attitude and disrespect for others.
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        02-15-2013, 02:36 PM
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    Well, I think you were wrong to just take it away - I would have taken it away and tipped the lot on her head!
         
        02-15-2013, 04:37 PM
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    Oh she hasn't gotten anything from me in quite some time. I usually get a text on my way out the door at work asking to bring some stuff home... NOPE, not until you pay back what you owe me (and no, that doesn't mean asking daddy for money, or asking daddy to come get it for you) the only reason she did get something is because it was Valentines Day... well not going to happen again.

    This kid is so up and down, one day she'll be happy and super nice the next day she's telling me to 'shut up', unfortunately she is a bit spoiled BUT I think the parents are starting to realize that she needs a bit of a kick in the butt... they were spoiled with me. I never cut class, didn't go out and party much, I'm 19 and STILL can't find it in me to swear in front of my parents (it feels way too weird) the only thing they had to live with when I was her age was a bit of back talk... now I just don't understand why she doesn't get a pop in the mouth like I did lol.

    I find that in GENERAL where I am teens are pretty good about being respectful, it's just my sisters little 'group' thinks they're too cool and I HATE the attitude she has towards me and even my parents. She's taken to calling me a '****' in a 'joking' manner, I don't know what to do with her. But then I suppose it's not really my place to do anything.

    On the plus side, we were at a competition this weekend and my COACH told her she needed an attitude adjustment (after flipping out because she lost her number and demanding I let her use my gloves / crop / etc.) that smartened her up... for the weekend.

    -end rant-
    I could go on and on and on but I think I'm going to go vent my frustrations at the gym.
         
        02-15-2013, 10:56 PM
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    Yearling
    Most teens are NBEventer. But not all of us like that. If I ever did something like that my parents would have probably slapped me and kicked me out of the house. But that's just my parents. Don't get her stuff anymore. Do tell your parents about it.
         

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