So f**king irritated!!!

United States
January 7, 2018 1:15pm CST
I'm so sick of coming to my sister's house. If it wasn't for my oldest nephew, I wouldn't have anything to do with her. She's fat and lazy. Washing 5 dishes "tires" her out. She claims to be disabled and I'm sorry but being lazy is not a disability. She has the ability to work but she doesn't want to work. She just wants free money while I work like hell for mine. Besides only getting paid for half the hours I actually work, I started a new business that is a slow starter but I'm hoping that it will get there. I also have items on etsy that sell pretty good during the months of Oct - Jan. All my extra money goes right into the bank and into a savings account. So the reason I'm so f**king irritated right now is because I just did the overnight for my nephew. He is on a ventilator and someone has to stay up with him every night. Well, they're supposed to. My sister sleeps when she does the overnight. Well, me and my daughter were watching MY netflix on their Wii U and since I have a 2 screen plan, I leave it signed in so they can use it too. Once she and her youngest came downstairs, they immediately wanted to change it to what they wanted to watch, regardless of the fact that we were in the middle of our show. AND I even bough dinner last night. It was only Mcdonalds but my youngest nephew had the nerve to say "Im sick of mcdonalds. next time go and get chinese food." OMFG I wanted to slap the f**k out of him like my sister does when he pisses her off. He is turning into another lazy sh*t like my sister. End of Rant
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@gaianoor (1144)
• Tirana, Albania
7 Jan
So sorry to hear all this. I know it won`t solve anything but try to stay calm. It`s easy to say anything out loud but it`s very difficult to reconnect after..
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• United States
8 Jan
I didnt say anything, I just left. Easier to do that than to deal with them.
@gaianoor (1144)
• Tirana, Albania
8 Jan
@CountryGirl31 i would have done the same. Maybe when you are more calm, go and talk with her.
• United States
8 Jan
@gaianoor Talking never solves anything with her. When she feels confronted, she cried and plays the pity me card.
• Lucknow, India
7 Jan
So sorry to hear about this.... It really gets irritating when someone takes unfair advantage of one's good nature.... What happened to your nephew?? (the one who is on ventilator)
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• United States
8 Jan
Thank you. I was just trying to be nice and buy them dinner because they are behind on their bills again. The mcdonalds was appreciated by my nephew until it was gone and then he wanted to make a comment about wanting chinese food. My oldest nephew was born with severe scoliosis. He had a 74 degree curve in his spine and as a result, one of his lungs was collapsed so he had to get a trach in his neck and he's been on a ventilator since he was 6 months old. He is still very active though. I know when some people hear ventilator they think that it's someone on life support but with my nephew it's not the case. He also has a form of dwarfism and is only 57 lbs at 14 years old. (His first doctor said he wouldn't live to be a year old.) He is constantly surpassing the limitations everyone has put on him and "knock on wood" has not had to stay the night in a hospital or a major surgery since August 2016. :)
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• Lucknow, India
8 Jan
@CountryGirl31 I wish your nephew gets better and keeps breaking the limitations.. and I wish your sister gets some sense in her
• United States
8 Jan
@Rationalwriter Thank you. I hope so too.
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@amadeo (64024)
• United States
7 Jan
Give him peanut butter and jelly.When was the last time had this.
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• United States
8 Jan
I dont know cuz my sister doesnt buy groceries. But I'm done being nice to them. Whenever I bring dinner over for me and my daughter, I'll just put our names on it and tell them it's not for them. Then they can figure out what they want to eat.
@maezee (31985)
• United States
7 Jan
That sounds extremely frustrating. I am sorry you have to deal with this.
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• United States
8 Jan
Thank you. It is really frustrating and tiring.
@NJChicaa (38424)
• United States
7 Jan
Why are you even getting involved? It is your sister’s child and her responsibility.
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• Jakarta, Indonesia
7 Jan
Nice story. It like reading a novel book. But, stay calm sister. :)
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@peachpurple (12851)
• Malaysia
7 Jan
Educate him on behalf of your sister
• United States
8 Jan
It wouldn't help. All he cares about is himself and wrestling crap. Plus, my sister tells him he doesn't have to listen to me when I watch him.
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@peachpurple (12851)
• Malaysia
10 Jan
@CountryGirl31 that is wrong parenting skill
• United States
10 Jan
@peachpurple Yea it is but what can you do? He's not my kid. The only thing I can do right now is tell him that if he continues how he acts and doesnt want to listen, there is no way he can spend the night at my house.
@sjvg1976 (18380)
• Delhi, India
8 Jan
That may be frustrating too. He should learn at least to do his own work. One can't be too lazy like him.
• United States
8 Jan
Kids learn by example and that's what my sister is showing him. "act like your sad or in pain all the time then people feel sorry for you and give you things." It's sad and he's going to have a rough life when it's time to grow up.