- Lifts for the kids, dad's/mums taxi content.
I was happy to give lifts and offered sensible cash when others did and it wasn’t reciprocal. The cash was rarely refused. I’ve just handed over a cheque for 300e for a car share to the Alps for junior. You know who the parents are outside night clubs at 04:00h, they’re the ones with a jacket thrown over whatever they were wearing in bed.Posted 10 months agowrightysonMember
For some reason it’s always **** us! There’s a group of 9 girls all mates with one being our daughter, it would appear some of the parents are always busy (drinking middle class wine) Netball Friday its us, lift from d of e us, lift back from derby us, lift back from meal out tonight us again. Don’t want the daughter to miss out but Mrs ws is particularly annoyed tonight as it’s a 10.30 pick up and I’ve accidentally had a beer so I’m now in the dog house too!!!Posted 10 months ago
Anybody else get the same grief?mikewsmithSubscriber
Also what the hell do you drive that fits 9 teenagers in it (words not to leave on the Internet)
Other one was as an old boss did. Revenge served cold, on a leaving do he offered his son as driver for a couple of us. Unsure at 1050 what was going on I asked if we were heading off. He bought another round and proclaimed I’ve spent enough time waiting around in empty car parks for him…Posted 10 months agoTheArtistFormerlyKnownAsSTRSubscriber
You live in Belper don’t you Steve? My daughter (albeit a year older than yours) has been getting to Derby and back for over a year now with her mates from Matlock/Darley on the train. If someone’s available to take them to/from the station, then they do – otherwise it’s bus or taxi. Don’t let them (parents) take the piss mate and maybe give your young un a bit more independence?Posted 10 months ago
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