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"Mother told me yes she told me I'd meet girls like you<br />
She also told me stay away you'll never know what you'll catch"<br />
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Nope

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Um yep. Don't touch the knives. I also knew not to wake her. I was hungry so decided to slice a bagel for breakfast. Didn't know a 14" bread knife wouldn't cut a frozen bagel...6 stitches later I did learn my lesson

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Not to eat worms in the garden, and yes i think she was right they did'nt taste that good as i remember lol.

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She was dead wrong

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She told me things that rurned out to be uselful, lik dont talk to strangers(as they sometimes introduced themselves more warmly than i wanted), dont mix drinks,dont open stuff with ure teeth(chiped a tooth that way). the only thing she was wrong about was not having sex before getting married. i would have missed out on 10 years of fun, the least.

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When I was 10 she was on me to wear a T-shirt when I was out riding my bike. Of course being 10 i knew it all and didn`t listen. While coasting down a large hill I hit a rut and got knocked off my bike.i ended up with a nasty road scrap all the way down my right side from neck to waist.It stung and bleed like crazy .Funny after over 50 years i still remember that incident. Love you Mom,she has been gone over 10 years now.

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Go out with that "bad" boy who was too old for me. In this case, she was right.

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am thinking there is more to this story . . . just thinkin

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Just that it wasn't a very memorable date and we never went out again. But I lied to my mom about where I was and had to fess up. That's what I remember about the whole thing. Lol

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She told me not to use drugs or drink...we have a very bad family history of both drug and alcohol addiction...alcohol being the worse of the two...I never did try drugs, and she was right about both...as for alcohol, I had my first drink at 23...and It's been a battle every since...I should've listened.

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My senior year of high school she forbid me to go out for track. Her reason? A playmate from my grade school days set a record for his high school in his particular event. I never excelled in athletics, yet I still tried. Since I was not capable of setting any records she felt my participation was a waste of time. I went out for the team anyway. She was wrong in saying my participation would be a waste of time. The daily workouts made me physically fit.

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"mama told me not to come"

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lol

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she never told me anything <br />
only step mom andy told me<br />
and no i didnt listen and im glad i didnt listen

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