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Were You the ONLY Parent Who Said No?


Replies to: Were You the ONLY Parent Who Said No?

  • bopperbopper Registered User Posts: 7,089 Senior Member
    edited July 12
    @woodlandsmom I always wanted to check if parents would be there but I started being a little more subtle about it...like I would drop my DD off and ask the mom what time I should pick her up. No mom to ask, you don't get to stay and yes one time I waited 'til a mom came home.
    Or after prom I wanted to make sure she was going to her girl friends house and not with her BF so i had her snapchat herself at her friends with her mom in the background...a little less embarrassing for them.
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