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Melanie --- 12 years ago -

I am tired of people like them! I need to let it out now! There is someone which postet an item with a very non acceptable attitude in it and complaining about other peoples way of being parent. That's not all! They get flagged and post a new item, with a comment which should get flagged as well. A complaint about getting flagged. I am sorry, but are people sometimes thinking??? Maybe I am just too sensitive sometimes about people like them, but I just get mad, because they always have to have the last word! 

*Holly* --- 12 years ago -

heh? 

Nicole --- 12 years ago -

Weren't you supposed to stay calm? 

Melanie --- 12 years ago -

Now, I am! ^^ 

Bryn --- 12 years ago -

Oh the joys of ranting. Just makes you feel all tingly inside. 

*Holly* --- 12 years ago -

Just makes you feel all tingly inside. Usually that is just a sign that I got to go pee. 

Melanie --- 12 years ago -

Angelfromthedarkside! --- 12 years ago -

If you are referring to me , which i am sure you are. i posted something yesterday on OYS and it got flagged. I was mad about my daughters bike being stolen. But the one i reposted today was not at all unacceptable and does not deserve to be flagged. I will just keep reposting it if it does get flagged. End of story. my post today: If your child came home with a camoflage bike that did not belong to them recently I would appreciate it if You and your child would return the bike to my daughter and an apolagy. No questions asked. Please email for address. Don't flag my post. There is no reason to. This is an ad to find a bike, so please leave it alone. what is unacceptable about it? 

Nicole --- 12 years ago -

I wouldn't demand an apology. Just ask for it back. No offense, but you're coming across b!tchy again. Leave the apologizing (or not) up to the other parent. It is THEIR job to parent their child, not yours. And it is NOT YOUR PLACE to criticize how they handle things with their child. 

Melanie --- 12 years ago -

Hehe, I actually didn't mean you, I have seen your post and that was alright. lol 

Nicole --- 12 years ago -

And no questions asks typically means that as long as it's returned, you don't expect anything else. 

Melanie --- 12 years ago -

Wait, no that was you! 

Melanie --- 12 years ago -

You were complaining about, that people wouldn't know how to raise their kids, that's what you forgot to repost here ;-) I am sorry, but that was really not nice. Because when my kid comes home with another bike, how do I know, if he's gonna put it behind the house or somewhere? 

*Holly* --- 12 years ago -

What is an apolagy? 

Nicole --- 12 years ago -

Because when my kid comes home with another bike, how do I know, if he's gonna put it behind the house or somewhere? And how do you know off the top of your head that he stole it, and didn't borrow it? Or jeezus, maybe the kid has the same exact bike that he lost/broke/got stolen and the parents think it's his. 

Angelfromthedarkside! --- 12 years ago -

as long as it's returned, you don't expect anything else. No i don't expect to give them any questions about why they took it. I don't care if they apolagize or not it would just be common sense to apolagize as long as she gets her bike back i dont care. I don't see it as being b*tchy. I am not demanding an apolagy just asking for one. 

Melanie --- 12 years ago -

I don't know! I know apology. 

Kevin --- 12 years ago -

I think it would do better in the lost and found category instead of free. Also, it's "apology". Item flagged for wrong category. 

*Holly* --- 12 years ago -

I'm still trying to figure out what an "apolagy" is? 

Angelfromthedarkside! --- 12 years ago -

You were complaining about, that people wouldn't know how to raise their kids, that's what you forgot to repost here ;-) Go read my post on here from yesterday. My explanation to that was it was not directed towards people who do take care of their children I even said i appreciated those people.; My post was directed towards the people who's kids bring home items that do not belong to them and just let them get away with it and don't do anything about it. Are you by chance the lady that emailed me critisizing me and pointing fingers at my daughter? 

Melanie --- 12 years ago -

Hm, I unfortunately can't show the original post, because that's a waaaaaaaaaay different from that, what you just say right now. Anyways, I hope you'll get the bike back. But don't forget, kids do sometimes stupid things and I am sure, they get punished at home ;-) 

Nicole --- 12 years ago -

as long as it's returned, you don't expect anything else. No i don't expect to give them any questions about why they took it. I don't care if they apolagize or not it would just be common sense to apolagize as long as she gets her bike back i dont care. I don't see it as being b*tchy. I am not demanding an apolagy just asking for one. From someone just reading the post, yes, you are b!tchy. Read the other stolen bike post. That is not b!tchy. And yes, you did demand an apology-you demanded it just by asking them to bring the bike back and apologize. No parent likes to have someone tell them how to do their job. That's essentially what you are doing. 

Angelfromthedarkside! --- 12 years ago -

Item flagged for wrong category. Don't you have anything better to do than go on oys and flag things? 

Kevin --- 12 years ago -

Don't you have anything better to do than go on oys and flag things? Just trying to do you a favor, it would get more attention in the "Lost and Found" category. You are so appreciative. I was trying to help you. 

Nicole --- 12 years ago -

Go read my post on here from yesterday. My explanation to that was it was not directed towards people who do take care of their children I even said i appreciated those people.; My post was directed towards the people who's kids bring home items that do not belong to them and just let them get away with it and don't do anything about it. Are you by chance the lady that emailed me critisizing me and pointing fingers at my daughter? EXCEPT YOU DON'T KNOW IF THE KIDS PARENTS EVEN SAW THE GODDAMN BIKE. You are ASSuming that they brought it home, said, "hey Ma, look what I stole" and the parents smiled and said good boy. You were telling people how to parent. Perhaps you should spend more time teaching your daughter how to care for her things. Then you wouldn't have this issue. And yes, that was telling you how to parent. 

Kevin --- 12 years ago -

EXCEPT YOU DON'T KNOW IF THE KIDS PARENTS EVEN SAW THE GODDAMN BIKE. You are ASSuming that they brought it home, said, "hey Ma, look what I stole" and the parents smiled and said good boy. You were telling people how to parent. Perhaps you should spend more time teaching your daughter how to care for her things. Then you wouldn't have this issue. And yes, that was telling you how to parent. THANK YOU!!! VERY WELL SAID! 

Angelfromthedarkside! --- 12 years ago -

No parent likes to have someone tell them how to do their job. That's essentially what you are doing. IMO if you get offended by an ad asking for your child to bring a stolen bike back to it's owner with an apology then there is something wrong. I would MAKE my kid apologize. Ya'll think what ever this topic is dumb. It was discussed yesterday. I explained it how it was needed. 

*Holly* --- 12 years ago -

Don't you have anything better to do than go on oys and flag things? Yeah, like spending all your time on OU. 

Angelfromthedarkside! --- 12 years ago -

I was trying to help you. thanks. It prolly won't matter anywho because someone will prolly just flag the d*mn thing anyways because they take offense to it. 

*Holly* --- 12 years ago -

At least something useful came out of this thread. She learned how to spell "apology" correct. 

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