I suppose I can now tell when my aunt is telling me a half-truth. Especially if it’s something that I said to her.

She will start with this half-teasing, almost giggly type of voice telling me about something and then she’ll *repeat* what I said. I’m certain that I did not tell my aunt that I would be going out to a movie on a TUESDAY. What I told her was that I would be working, and I might not be able to make it as I might be working late. This is what I told her last week.

Her response this week: “You said that you were only going to grandma’s house for a short while and then you’re going to catch a movie with your friends.” I managed a small protest before she told me why she was calling and hung up.

And people wonder why I can’t stand BOTH sides of the family.

On a semi-but-very-distantly related note, I am actually a bit terrified to go to my cousin sis’ wedding next week. I really don’t want to hear my aunts asking me about my status and when I’ll be next. Gods I hope that doesn’t happen.

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Comments (2)

  • My somewhat sarcastic response to busybodies who ask me THAT question is, “I got married yesterday. Sorry for not inviting you.”

    But of course you DON’T say that to relatives..

    Geminianeyes: My friend suggested something even better. “You’re absolutely right, I should get married. In fact, I have this guy in penang, his name’s Raz, and he proposed to me a few weeks back!”

  • It’s easy… go and be asked “when is your turn?” then when you attend a family funeral, ask them… “when is your turn?”

    With that they will stop asking you when is your turn during relative wedding. Serious… it works ^_^;;