1. Loiner

    Loiner Registered User

    Oct 29, 2005
    73
    Leeds, UK
    mum just slapped me, whack, right on the cheek (for someone with poor coordination she got that right) and I didn't mind a bit :)

    Last night I got totally plastered, sort of sod xmas sort of thing and sod everything else.
    So when mum shouted me, I asked her to not be so loud, I have a slight headache, and it is only slight luckily.
    She's more with it and I said I had a hangover, then she whacked me and started lecturing me, tho it was garbled, then ended with, ..david, I don't approve of strong drink!
    Now, as a rule I don't drink I dont really like it, so was my first get drunk in 15yrs or so, heh, but mum hates it from her doing what i am doing now for her, she did for grandad, tho he drank himself to death, and my dad was an alcoholic.
    So we'd always get a sorta lecture, but she's never hit, I think thats a playful slap misaimed as she'd wave a hand like a slap at the end.
    Funny tho how a slap can be like a hug, her eyes twinkled, and I saw old mum just for a min or two :)
    I think it'll be 15 more yrs afore i drink like that again tho, lol, too expensive and I'd rather read a book :)
    merry xmas all, just thought i'd share the nice moment with u :D

    David
     
  2. allylee

    allylee Registered User

    Feb 28, 2005
    180
    west mids
    Cheers David ! Brings new meaning to the term "happy slapping". Hope the head feels better soon
    Ally xx
     
  3. rummy

    rummy Registered User

    Jul 15, 2005
    700
    Oklahoma,USA
    ah, but a book wouldn't have brought the disciplinarian out of your Mum :D
    It probably made her feel good too.
    Happy holidays,
    Debbie
     
  4. connie

    connie Registered User

    Mar 7, 2004
    9,519
    Frinton-on-Sea
    I shall raise my glass to you and mum. Take care, Connie
     

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