You sometimes feel the need to adjust her outfit before she ventures out in public wearing her hot pink fanny pack. I interviewed my own mother out of curiosity. I asked her to tell me about an instance when she thought an outfit really defined my main fashion sense. She laughed. I mean, you also wear these old, raggedy clothes.
I got sweaty during our midday toddler dance party. I asked her to tell me about an instance when she thought an outfit really defined my main fashion sense. Is it religious? What brought about the change? Are they afraid for you? Women should have beautiful feet. You sometimes feel the need to adjust her outfit before she ventures out in public wearing her shortx pink fanny pack. If the worst nwgging I can say in twelve years is that I don't like her shorts, then I think I could learn to bend. They looked like black denim pants, but they were Mom nagging me to wear shorts. Are you embarrassed to dress differently than your friends?
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Only 10 characters?? Ask away and we will do Mom nagging me to wear shorts best to answer or find someone who can. She then asks me ain't you hot in them jeans and you should start wearing shorts, It's riduclous for you to torture yourself wearing jeans in this heat, besides you've got nice legs too. Or skirts? Then she asked, "Aren't you hot in those jeans? Related Questions. Join the discussion. We try to vet our answers to get you the most acurate answers. No comments Permalink Share Harm to minors, violence or threats, harassment or privacy invasion, impersonation or misrepresentation, fraud or phishing, show more. But people wear shorts because it's more comfortable. She turned your insecurity into a power struggle and pulled rank.
She stared at me open-mouthed, waiting for some sensible answer, like maybe all of my child's pants were dirty or better yet, stolen.
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- My mother is always nagging me to wear them in the heat.
- My parents don't allow me to wear immodest clothes.
- Everywhere I look I see friends, family and other people in school wearing eyeliner and mascara.
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What do u think? Report Abuse. Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Yes No. Answers Relevance. Rating Newest Oldest. Source s :. Add a comment. Asker's rating. I dont think there too short.. I wish he liked them. Yes a lil short. At least around my mom. It's hard to tell in a pic if she keeps bugging n says u can't wear them try that deal. There's nothing wrong with short shorts, but somethign with these isn't just quite right, I guess they would look better if they were an inch longer.
The shorts are fine, but that bikini top is way too small. It looks like your ta-tas might fall out if you breathe wrong. I have shorts like that?
I think its fine. Yeah they are a bit short. We need more modesty in this world. Remember you are not your friends. I disagree. I think you look great! I love them both. Source s : nina nardone jk thats my momys number, please call it! Pagination 1. Existing questions. It that an invasion of her privacy? What's with kids of my age these days? More questions.
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Then tell here that you are the same way about shorts regardless of the fact that she feels you would be cooler in them. There's definitely a self-esteem issue, but I don't think I would wear shorts anyway. If possible, go to a city or town many miles from where you live so that it is not likely that you will see somebody you know, and spend the day wearing shorts in public. Wear shorts if you want but maybe for now, just to shut her up lol - sorry mom throw a pair on. I hate to be the one to tell you this Honey, but your mom and all of her lemming friends are psychotic.
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My parents don't allow me to wear immodest clothes. This includes bikinis, short shorts, short dresses, skirts, and tank tops. Recently, while shopping with a friend, I bought a bikini top to wear this summer at my friend's pool. The thing is, I feel really guilty for lying to my parents. I can usually tell them everything and I hate not being able to tell them this. Any ideas on how to broach the topic? Don't you sometimes wish you could tell the angel on your shoulder to shut the hell up?
Alas, that nagging guilt you're feeling is a critical conscience alarm reminding you that you have something even more valuable than a bitchin' new hush-hush hottie halter; you have your parents' trust.
And you're jeopardizing it. I'll bet most of your peers don't feel they can tell their parents everything, and many wouldn't think twice about lying this way.
You're lucky — so don't blow it. But in order to feel good about this, you're going to have to first do something that feels bad: Say your piece. Ask them why they made that rule in the first place, and really listen to the reason.
Is it religious? Are they afraid for you? Do they disrespect your friends who dress that way? Then explain why you want a bikini so bad, and be honest — with them and with yourself. Are you embarrassed to dress differently than your friends? Do you truly feel like a young woman, rather than a little girl? Are you blessed with a rack so stunning that it's selfish to keep it to yourself?
There's no wrong answer in the "tell them everything" game. You can still decide to wear the thing later a bikini top at a pool in the summer is not the road to hell, I assure you , but at least you'll feel better about your convictions. By the way, this advice assumes that you're a teen. If you're younger, put the skimpy top in a drawer and save the conversation for a couple of years. If you're older, grow a pair and wear what you like.
As a liberal Democrat and proud feminist, I'm in the minority of my large extended family. Mostly, that's OK. My siblings love me anyway; we rarely talk politics. But one of my mom's brothers is a total knee-jerk, well And his hobby is to send out jokes, quotes, and cartoons to a large email list. How do I "unsubscribe" from Uncle Tom's somewhat offensive and often inappropriate email list without offending him?
Oh, sweetie, we all have that uncle. He never bothered to learn or ask the rules of email etiquette, so he makes all of his recipients' addresses visible to all in the "cc" field and doesn't even bother deleting the original contact info and "Haha! That's to [sic] funny!!!
How nice of you to worry about offending him when he affords you no such consideration. But "nice" won't pretty up your inbox.
So remind your uncle that you don't share his political views and let him know, with a wink, that his conservative yuks burn your poor, progressive eyeballs. Train your spam filter to gobble up Uncle Tom's emails and be sure to mention at the next family reunion how much you particularly loved that Dr.
Seuss-parody poem about ObamaCare what, it's a safe bet. Explain that no one under 60 uses email to crack wise anymore, and invite him to join Facebook so he can connect with you there.
Then you can hide his posts and he won't know it. Tell your mom that if she doesn't intervene and call off her propaganda-belching brother with the sort of frank talk that a niece really can't get away with, but a sister can , you're going to print and mail each one of his repugnant missives to her home.
Start spewing back. Every time you read a story about a Republican doing something stupid, send Uncle Tom the link with a note saying, "Thanks for educating me about your perspective. I thought you might want to understand mine, too. This is fun! Send me your dilemmas via email: ToughLove TheWeek.
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