She is refusing to come over - thank god

@911Ricki (13602)
Canada
January 1, 2013 1:26pm CST
I dont know what all is going on, and I am sure it's not because of just me. Now on Christmas for a few days my younger brother's girlfriend was here. We had company earlier, but they had all left, my parents even said she was gone. Now my parents don't shut the bathroom door when they go so I assumed she was gone. I was in the bathroom brushing my hair, brushing and flossing before bed. Mind you it's bout midnight by then. So I was spitting my toothpaste out, this is my bathroom. Whys he came down,when noone was upstairs is beyond me. Since the upstairs bathroom is right above this one nad you can hear people go in and out, or flush the toilet. She stood there a few seconds staring at me, seriously never seen someone brushing their teeth. She then stomps up the stairs, and tells my brother. She then refusing to come over because she walked to the door while I was brushing my teeth. I am laughing over this completely, my Dad was telling me this. How my brother came downstairs and yelling at them because I dont close MY bathroom door while brushing my teeth (which I never do - so why is it a big shock). My Dad goes my brother was being very rude to her, saying comments (while I was at work), he called her ugly, and fat (not straight out but in jokes or comments). I told my parents I am paying to be here, I pay for that water, the bathroom, and if you want to be technically I can tell her that she cant use it. My parents said they told her to go sh*t in a bucket in the backyard it was my bathroom, and knew if they said anything to me I would say something to her.
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@SomeCowgirl (32273)
• United States
1 Jan 13
Wow she walked in on you brushing your teeth big whoopty doo. It's not like you had been on the toilet, and even if you had been like you said, late at night no one was awake. She seems like she's trying to run things / claim rights she doesn't have. If your brother is making fun of her now, maybe he's getting tired of her. She's being disrespectful as is. I'd have a mouthful to tell her.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
1 Jan 13
That's what I had said as well, I could care a less. Lately my brother has been saying all these rude comments, especially on Christmas was I was there. She sort of the dumb stupid blonde type people. So she sat there and giggled the entire time. But she use to be over constantly, even for saay an hour, then go home. She wasn;t over for weeks, then she came over Christmas, then again last night, but she sounded pissed last night. He would always stay over night at her house if they went out, but he comes home.
@SomeCowgirl (32273)
• United States
2 Jan 13
I can just see when your brother finally has enough and decides to break up with her, the sh!t will hit the fan. She may be the dumb blonde type, but I can see she has a temper / attitude too. he should just break up with her, it seems as if that's what he wants to do. Dragging it out isn't doing any good.
@shaggin (32537)
• United States
1 Jan 13
Haha that is so funny that she wont come back over because you left the door open when you brushed your teeth. I generally dont close the door either when I brush my teeth I dont see the point. If someone was sitting at our kitchen table eating I would because they can see me brushing my teeth if the door is open and watching someone brush their teeth while you eat is kind of gross.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
1 Jan 13
I could see that, this bathroom is downstairs and around a corner. I said she's making up excuses that is all.
@NailTech (6892)
• United States
1 Jan 13
If I'm getting this right then your parents actually stood up for you then right? It's about time.I think her just making a big deal out of this was so wrong in the first place. I don't understand people.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
1 Jan 13
Yep, they did. But I dont think they care for her much anyways. At Christmas dinner, whenever she talked we all stared at each other like are you serious. She;s just very immature, and I can;t relate to her at all. Like I told them all in the summer, we had that girls weekend, she was alle xcited about it, and I said I highly doubt she will come. What do you know she didnt go and everyone sat asking how did you know. I said she can't relate to us, I mean she is 18, no job, no responsibilities, and can;t have an adult conversation, whereas the rest of us are supporting ourselves, have a life.
@mariaperalta (19096)
• Mexico
1 Jan 13
One down, how many more to go? I feel so sorry for you there. If I lived near you. Id get you out of there in a new york minute. Take care there...
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
1 Jan 13
A few handful left. But I made my goals for 2013 and working towards them.
• United States
1 Jan 13
I see your having a good new year. I hope it continues. have fun with the family..
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
1 Jan 13
My parents are drunk already, laughing at the tv, and running up and down the stairs to tell me a funny part of the show. While noone else is home, which is actually sort of funny, I wish I had a video camera, just to show them how they act.
@dorannmwin (36695)
• United States
3 Jan 13
I have to admit that I am one of those people that doesn't really make a big deal out of closing the bathroom door when I am in the bathroom. Of course this is my house and there is typically not a lot of people in our house that don't live here and I don't expect anyone to come walking down the hallway where our bathroom is. That said, I would never be disgusted to see someone brushing their teeth. However, I would probably be highly embarrassed if I walked toward the bathroom and there was someone sitting on the throne.
@Blondie2222 (19843)
• United States
2 Jan 13
I'm glad your parents finally stood up for you this time around, your brother was out of line. And really why did it shock her with not closing the bathroom door? I'm sure she does the same exact things in her home but just closes the door. Well I hope things get better in your household.