things mom's say..

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    Oct 25, 2012 11:32 PM GMT
    was talking with my mom today about things, Life, dating, bf, etc...

    was telling her about Simon, my bf....and mentoning things to her like how we're pretty serious, etc... while keeping it vague too. She lives in FL, so she's always asking what's going on with me and always wants to know detailed info. about stuff..... can be annoying at times, but It's ok.

    I was telling her how the bf is about to purchase a new car and move to a smaller apt to save money....As I was telling her about this, she kept asking me if he treats me well. I'm like "yeah mom, he does...." and would continue talking....
    I was telling her about work and my crazy travel schedule and she told me that I need to pay more attention to my bf...and that I should buy him thoughtful gifts and flowers every once in a while. and even PAY for him....if he's struggling financially..... and help him out.

    *silence.

    uhhhhhhhhhh, What?

    I agreed with the thoughtful gifts....(not really flowers tho) but

    tbh, I dont agree with helping out financially... I don't do that, unless it was some crazy out-of-the-ordinary emergency that came up....I dunno. Personally, I wouldn't even get involved with someone if they couldn't take care of themselves financially... My mom mentioned I should pay more attention to how he spends money and help him, should he need it. icon_confused.gif

    now, im thinking .."is he struggling financially?" I never really gave it much thought...a new car is a somewhat large purchase.
    He's got all his own stuff, his own place, pays his bills, etc... but i dunno now. Why does my mom gotta put these ideas in my head? I'll feel bad now everytime he wants to pay for something, cuz I'll think twice about his finances.

    Personally, I think i would be somewhat insulted if my bf offered me money. I could never accept it. I would feel pathetic.
    the things my mom says sometimes, omg icon_rolleyes.gif

    anyone else's mom ever say things that just kinda irrk u?
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    Oct 25, 2012 11:34 PM GMT
    "Did you eat"
    "What did you have for breakfast"
    "What's for dinner"
    "How are your bowel movements"
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    Oct 25, 2012 11:40 PM GMT
    "Suga you want some mo greens and chicken?"

    "I know you ain't talkin bout my baby uh uh"

    "I want your eyes and ears and attention when we in church"

    "Them fools will say whatever they want about my baby but at least you doing you"

    "Ill slap them jaws till they ring like bells"

    "I don't need a belt, ill just beat you down till there's nothin left"

    "Hold it granny!"

    "Road rage mmhmm that's all it is"



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    Oct 25, 2012 11:40 PM GMT
    Neight said"Did you eat"
    "What did you have for breakfast"
    "What's for dinner"
    "How are your bowel movements"


    Solid and clean. One wipe is all I need.
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    Oct 25, 2012 11:40 PM GMT
    "Are you taking your vitamins?"
    "Have you lost weight? Last time I saw you you were getting fat."
    [after losing weight] "You're too skinny."
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    Oct 25, 2012 11:41 PM GMT
    Edward24 said"Suga you want some mo greens and chicken?"

    "I know you ain't talkin bout my baby uh uh"

    "I want your eyes and ears and attention when we in church"

    "Them fools will say whatever they want about my baby but at least you doing you"

    "Ill slap them jaws till they ring like bells"

    "I don't need a belt, ill just beat you down till there's nothin left"

    "Hold it granny!"

    "Road rage mmhmm that's all it is"



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    Your mom seems so southern and country-ish.
    thats cute.
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    Oct 25, 2012 11:45 PM GMT
    One mine frequently says, "Make sure you're eating!" Since I live away from her.
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    Oct 26, 2012 12:59 AM GMT
    ur lucky u can talk to ur mom about boyfriends icon_neutral.gif
  • kevmoran

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    Oct 26, 2012 1:38 AM GMT
    My mom just likes to use gay terms. She always tells me that I can only milk the twink image for a few more years, and just recently when I complained about a guy she told me that I was being a "bitch bottom".

    icon_eek.gif MOM.
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    Oct 26, 2012 1:52 AM GMT
    kevmoran saidMy mom just likes to use gay terms. She always tells me that I can only milk the twink image for a few more years, and just recently when I complained about a guy she told me that I was being a "bitch bottom".

    icon_eek.gif MOM.

    bahahahaahah
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    Oct 26, 2012 4:01 AM GMT
    My mom used to always nag me about getting my homework done. One day I was about to start working when she went to watch tv in her room.

    A couple hours later I decide to take a break, and the minute I do, she comes out "You still haven't started working?"

    She is quick to assume alot of times. I still love her though.
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    Oct 26, 2012 12:56 PM GMT
    my mum went through this phrase where she referred to me as the middle daughter or daughter with a willy. I was somewhat annoyed but more amused.
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    Oct 26, 2012 1:18 PM GMT
    karson saidmy mum went through this phrase where she referred to me as the middle daughter or daughter with a willy. I was somewhat annoyed but more amused.


    That is too funny, I also have a mom who has referred to me as her Mija or hija -daughter in Spanish. And I honestly don't know if she does it purposely or not
    It is annoying or rather somewhat offensive, especially from her.
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    Oct 26, 2012 1:24 PM GMT
    hmmm my mom told me she's gunna put me 6ft under ground even if she has to do prison....so yeah that irked me lol

    but I dunno, my bf had to cancel flights and he's not sure if he can get the money back or not and if he can will be a while so I'm sending him money, is that the same thing?
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    Oct 26, 2012 1:43 PM GMT
    WorthTheEffort saidhmmm my mom told me she's gunna put me 6ft under ground even if she has to do prison....so yeah that irked me lol

    but I dunno, my bf had to cancel flights and he's not sure if he can get the money back or not and if he can will be a while so I'm sending him money, is that the same thing?


    I know this is off topic but here's the thing with that, don't cancel the flight just change the ticket (change date or destination). the change fee is less expensive than losing out of all the money for the plane ticket.
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    Oct 26, 2012 1:47 PM GMT
    ohhhhh I said that to him but we been on a break ever since that hahah but we talking again so I'll say that again to him thanks (:
  • maxferguson

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    Oct 26, 2012 2:52 PM GMT
    Having a mum that cares is invaluable. The fact that she's looking out for you like that means that she'll definitely be there when you really need her to be there, and you never know when that is.
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    Oct 26, 2012 2:57 PM GMT
    mas are mas, love em while they're here, cause you'll miss em when they're gone.....they earned the right, they shit you out with a lotta pain.....
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    Oct 26, 2012 3:15 PM GMT
    I love reading how moms love and support their gay sons... times were not always like that (god I feel old for saying that). My mom has come a long way, when I have a hard day she likes to blame my ex. She says it feels better to blame someone and talk shit about them so she starts bashing my ex who didn't treat me so well and who my whole family HATES with a hot searing passion.

    Yesterday I told her I was frustrated with my professional development and felt like I was spinning my wheels. She told me, "you remember the story about the little mouse trapped in the bowl of cream don't you?"

    I don't ever remember such a story, in my head I was like "WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT CRAZY LADY? *Off topic*!!!!"

    She commenced with a long story that ended with the trapped little mouse struggling so much in the bowl of cream that he churned it to butter and crawled right out. Then she told me to not stop trying that she loved me, was not worried about me and was so proud of everything I've become.

    If i hadnt been so confused and thrown by the mouse story i would have cried like i am now remembering our talk. Oh mom... I love you and I will be so terribly lonely and sad if I ever have to be without you.

    ...not going there this morning.
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    Oct 26, 2012 3:18 PM GMT

    On love:

    "Douglas, if you can use his toothbrush, you're in love with him!"

    On being single and forgoing one night stands:

    "For god's sake, be like the yellow pages. Let your fingers do the walking"

    On bad relationships and thinking you can change the person:

    "Every day Bucket go to Well. One day bottom drop out."

    On getting along with others:

    "Whatever you do, don't be a soulless little brute."

    On looking after your pets:

    "Jesus Murphy, Merciful Miniver, what did I just step in?"










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    Oct 26, 2012 3:32 PM GMT
    "What the hell?"

    "Are you eating enough?"

    "I think you're eating too much."

    "I really don't think you should be eating this much."

    "Don't do drugs!"

    "Did you get your flu shot?"

    "Have you been vaccinated yet?"

    "Did you do your homework?"

    "Stop procrastinating and do your homework!"

    "Rub my feet. I'll take you clothes shopping."
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    Oct 26, 2012 3:33 PM GMT
    kevmoran saidMy mom just likes to use gay terms. She always tells me that I can only milk the twink image for a few more years, and just recently when I complained about a guy she told me that I was being a "bitch bottom".

    icon_eek.gif MOM.


    Your mom is awesome!
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    Oct 26, 2012 3:35 PM GMT
    Me: Mom you're being a bitch right now.
    My Mom: Honey, it's taken me 47 years to get to this level of bitchiness and I am damn proud of it!

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  • rnch

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    Oct 26, 2012 3:39 PM GMT
    "Give a man enought time and he will eventually dissapoint you."


    "You have to ask yourself this question: Are you better off with him or better off without him?"


    "You will know when it's time to cut a man loose an move on".



    (and this coming from a prim, proper southern baptist church goer!)
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    Oct 26, 2012 4:12 PM GMT
    Not everyone is well suited to make it in this world the way it is set up. Had we our human rights, our civil rights, we could marry and form families because we could feel secure in the support of a partner who might be better suited to making a way in the world.

    My sister in law has not worked since married to my brother. They have a wonderful relationship. A great life together. It works for them.

    It is outrageous that we have to live by this pathetic macho standard that if you can't make it in the world as well as the next guy that makes you shit. Or are you just afraid that you can't make it well enough to support your man at home who might be taking care of the house or raising your kids or who simply has trouble functioning in society as well as you can but who might be a wonderful person privately?

    It's every gay man for himself, only heterosexuals get to rely on each other. We don't get that contract.

    Yet his welfare is my concern....