Get over yourself.
Secondly, Maybe you should be more considerate and less self centered. You went out and bought cheap perfumes knowing that your grandmother has asthma and that that cheap stuff might actually irritate it.
And then get mad and decide throw out something that is no harm to you because she got rid of the thing that could impact her health possibly even land her in the hospital.
I find it really hard to empathize with someone who has no ability to consider people around them.
Funny. That's exactly what everyone else is thinking about you.
"******** her house, ******** her flowers."
You know? Her personal property?
had she not touched mine, I wouldn't have messed with hers.
eye for an eye, dude
you lost your right to be respected when you decided to disregard your poor grandmother's breathing problems with your stupid, cheap dollar store perfumes.
seeing as your grandmother threw out your cheap perfume right away and the fact that you KNOW she has asthma and can't breath while around it, I take it there's probably some type of rule (said or unsaid) prohibiting scents in HERRRRR house.
If you don't like said rules, then move the ******** out and grow up. wink
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I don't know why, but this made me chuckle a bit. In all seriousness, next time, show her the perfume you buy and promise not to spray it in the house or wear it when you know you will be around her for a long time.
if you act like a b***h about things instead saying nicely and formally then people are to treat you like a b***h, which how your acting right now.
It doesn't matter if your grandmother took the stuff back or not, get over yourself child and move on.
You EARN respect you're not automatically given it.
The fact that your wants seem to be more important to you then your grand mothers health suggests that you're not mature enough to have earned it.
Those cheap, scented perfumes should be banned, I've lost count of the times someone wearing one has walked past me and triggered my asthma (Only a cough thankfully!) and that's just from someone walking past! I couldn't imagine having to be in the same house as one of them.
Well. I kind of know how she feels. Whenever someone in my family wears any kind of strong scent, even just certain types of lotion, my chest gets congested and I'm constantly wheezing whenever I pull a breath in. e__e I do agree she could have been more tactful about it though. If she had asked you nicely, would you have stopped wearing it around her?
Wow getting your panties in a bunch over your grandma returning your 3 dollar perfume? Kids these days are so ridiculous...How old are you exactly? You have the mentality of a whiny spoiled brat who's having a tantrum over not having their cheap hooker perfume. If it's your grandma's house, she gets to make the rules. END OF STORY. You don't like it? Move out, simple as that. You're lucky I'm not your grandma, I would've kicked your spoiled butt out for a lack of respect and filthy attitude. talk2hand
Respect isn't given, it's earned. The way you're acting now, certainly wouldn't convince your grandma to show you any respect so why should she show you any respect? You wouldn't like it if you had asthma and she wore strong perfume that could trigger an asthma attack, so why does it make it ok for you to do this to your grandmother? Treat others the way you want to be treated.