HE HE HE YOU'LL NO BE DOIN THAT AGAIN

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Yep. <br /><br />
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I wonder if "screwed" up that task just so i'd never ask it of him again...

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.......have them returned then. 1000 dollars worth of clothes that he will grow out of is just a stupid thing to have really. i mean come on i didnt even know it was possible to spend that much on clothes mine cost liek 2 bucks and they work great

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I kind of want to do that... I think that'd cause a riot though!

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never never look a gift horse in the azz

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I'll remember that. However, I am pretty sure the ex<x>pression is "never look a gift horse in the mouth".

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that is absolutely ridiculous from a parents point of view, I do not spend that much in a year on cloths, for NO ONE, your father was taken advantage of and / or your brother is a spoiled brat.... <br />
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or else you live in a wealthy family and your father doesn't care about money in which case you should just stfu about it before your house gets robbed...lol

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Our mother recently died after a battle with cancer... So I think he might be over compensating. My brother is most certainly spoiled. Our family is comfortable--but I wouldn't say by any means "wealthy".

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I live in a resource town in Canada and spending this kind of money is no big deal. So, your dad spending that much cash is a non-issue and is mundane.

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Yes. It's insane. I know people (such as myself) who are so broke, can't find work, can't afford rent, may be on the streets soon, so.... I hear stuff like this, and it's sorta blood boiling. Sorry... just the truth.<br />
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Besides that, I hope the kids have college funds. If not, return those jeans and start one, Pops.<br />
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My mother LOVED shopping for expensive clothes for me, but did NOT ONE THING to help me prepare for adulthood, such as keeping money aside for my future like my (dead when I was 14) father wanted done for me. I am forever mad at her for this great short sightedness. I didn't care about clothes! Thrift stores were fine for me, and easier to make unique styles with, anyhow.

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Ah. Yes. That would be frustrating. <br /><br />
Sorry.

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How can you be 18 years old and have a 12 year old son?<br />
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no fair, you added details. Okay then...good for him I guess? Mostly though, what's dad feeling so guilty about?

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Read the question a little more carefully. <br /><br />
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First of all, i'm 21--not 18. Secondly, he is my brother.

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Don't be too hard on Mechanical Bull, He may have been too eager to say what he wanted. I call that, Pre-Ignition. I understood what you said.

If you got it, spend it. It helps the Community. And, makes the Grand Kids happy. What else is Life all about???

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I don't know ! Sounds like you're insane for giving them the card /money. Your dad if he bought the close or allowed him to spend that much on your credit. And of course your son, Who does he think he is spending so much for clothes. I'm sure you've never shown him how to do that. Return it! And make sure you take him with you..This way, he will learn a lesson. The lesson being never to take advantage of gratuity. And, make sure you correct your Dad also! I give you permission.

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Hell, its his money. My dad can doll it out as he see's fit--I just think its a waste. My brother thinks that armani grows on trees... I didn't exactly show him that, but I guess i'm guilty by association. I'll have a talk with my dad tonight and see if he might be willing to return some of the clothes--at least for larger sizes.

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Men and shopping, bad combination.

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Evidently! : )

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