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Dear Dish-It,

I am just really confused. ok, well, I know I made a booboo by ditching school but I was talked into it by some frends. I also know I still could of said "No" but it seemed flawless. Me and 3 other friends ditched to go hang at my house, watch movies, pigout, have some fun when the school called, erase the message off the machine and everything would be gravy. Well, when I got home I thought "Oh crap, my mom's picking me up after school today for a doctors apointment. Then my frends give me an idea - call her, and say it's raining and just tell her you don't want to wait in the rain, just pick me up at home. So I called the 1 time - no answer. The second time she picked up, I told her. She said, "Oh I got your message... So I thought cool, I'm free and said my goodbyes. Well, my dad confronted me later that day. He grounded me the whole two weeks of x-mas break. Even x-mas, I was mad I thought for sure one of...
CaliforniaTeen6


Dear CaliforniaTeen6,

One of your what... Hey girl what happened? How did your dad catch you? No dis girl, but you can't afford to miss a day of school. It took me a long time to translate that letter and correct the spelling. I think the least you can do is tell me how it ended. So write in and let me know where you were goin' with that story. Holla back now.


Dear Dish-It,

My little sister is always taking things out of my PRIVATE! bedroom and keeping them. I've tried to guilt her into returning them, I also asked her for it and (promised her) she could get ice cream. I told her so many times that I want it back. She knows when she steals something I am going to say "Give it for some ice cream?" It is so hard to deal with school, rude people, life, and everything else, that this is just the stick that will harden the mud.
Britfan761


Dear Britfan761,

The stick that will harden the mud? I've never heard that expression before but I love it. You're right Britfan - it is hard to deal with everything that life throws at us... and majorly so when you throw school into the mix. But challenges can be fun so keep workin' at it... and don't let the rude people get to you (their rude cuz life is even harder for them!) As for your sis - she sounds pretty annoying. Younger sibs usually are. But try to understand, if she's goin' into your room and takin' your stuff all the time, it's probably cuz she thinks you're the bee's knees! She probably thinks you rock, and have all the tough stuff like school, friends, style, (and the other life stuff,) covered. I'd guess she wants to be just like you... so considered yourself flattered girl.


Dear Dish-It,

(Click here to read Liar's Dear Dish-It question.)
I think you should talk to your man and tell him that if he doesn't talk straight to his parents that you are his girl, you will kick his sorry behind to the curb!!!
Anon


Dear Anon,

You go girl.


Dear Dish-It,

(Click here to read Sweet's Dear Dish-It question.)
2 be dump is very painful. I see how you feel. But if you are a gurl you should be dumping the boy, and if you are a gurl getting dumped you ain't got skill.
Princess01450


Dear Princess1450,

Princess, I suggest you lose last century's stereotype - being dumped isn't a reflection of either of the two peeps in the relationship. It says more about the relationship itself - for one reason or another it isn't going to work out, so someone calls it quits. Watch yourself, ain't nothin' that says you too couldn't be dumped one day... I wonder if you'll have a different attitude then.


So, ya gotta burnin' question? Need some love directions? Thinkin' 'bout stuff like depression, sex,how ya feel 'bout YOURSELF (that's called "self-esteem"), boyfriends, girlfriends, losin' old friends, bullyin' or peer pressure, but too scared to ask the parents? Don't be scared to .


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