I wish my mom still did things like that for me. Too bad she passed away when I was 14. Oh well.
My mom wont touch my sisters room, she leaves the cleaning to my sister, which is why my sisters room is a bigger shithole than my whole apartment. Again, I don;t see you as being ungrateful here, I mean all you're asking is for your mom to be more careful with your expensive items. Even certain cables are not cheap to replace and these days it's a good idea to avoid unnecessary spending because someone was careless with your stuff.More annoyingly, while staying with my parents my mother has a terrible habit of cleaning my room when I am out. Now I appreciate that, it's a great thought, but she's really damn careless with some of my stuff. For instance if she sees a cord she'll wrap it up tightly and put it away. She'll move my tablet pen from where I normally keep it into whatever place she thinks is tidiest. I love having a clean room. I love my mother. But goddamn if I ask not to touch the 50$ pen, or please just leave the cables alone (so they don't get pulled and worn out faster). Or not to touch my important notes or letters, then I'm an ungrateful bitch.
My little brother, now 14, he is ungrateful. You'd do something for him, as a kind gesture, for example our sister took the pictures down from his room to pack for the move, and all he did was throw a flaming hissy fit at everyone. Or he will just turn around and say "Well I didn't ask you to do it!" in a horrible tone of voice, instead of saying "Oh, well thank you" It's not like I'm not careful with his stuff, I'd want people to be careful with my stuff so I handle other peoples property with care.
I find it odd though that people have apologized to me for accidentally breaking a lego model, cause I have tons on display, I mean it's lego, they're all sets with instructions, if they get broken I'll just rebuild the bloody things lol.
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