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told me about how she was at a mod club, met a guy and they got on really well, at the end of the night they were outside making out and she noticed a lady who had been following them about all night, watching them. She said to the guy, "do you know her, is she drunk, she keeps looking at me." He said, "oh no that's my mum, she comes out with me but has driven here in the van so we can put the vespa in the back and go to mine." My mate scarpered.
After telling me this, we saw him (with his mum) trying to get with her again the other night at the same club, having forgotten any of that happened. He was a dick.
and one of the girls in our group was smooching on with an oldish looking guy who then said "thanks for choosing me not my son"
his son looked pretty awkward trying to dance to slipknot beside his dryhumping dad
and another that does a lot of punk and hardcore as well
+ a couple of punk and metal club nights
by metal i of course mean 99-02
... but not really :/
Boys who go out on the tiles with their mums.
I have a mate that used to bring her mum out with us and her mum was married but acted like a right slut. Used to rub herself up and down the soldiers and make a prat out of herself.
she and my mate got on like sisters. it was just wrong. she told her EVERYTHING.
I told that mate to never contact me again in 2003. best and strangest thing ive ever done. she was a noob.
DiSer and future army officer. Currently building schools in India or some shit like that. Nice fella.
but that probably says more about the relationship I have with my parents than anything else. There are mums/daughters that get on really well with each other, almost like they're best friends. Personally I don't have a problem with it, why would anyone have a problem with it?
it is totally cringey like!!
It's like those people who tell their parents if they got a shag the night before.
Going out for dinner and to the cinema or a concert, then maybe a drink in a pub before you go home with your mum or dad is fine. But when someone goes out to a club with their mum, gets pissed, falls over, maybe even shares drugs with her, it says either 1. Your mum is a slag. 2. You're a total loser. 3. You're a total loser with a slag of a mum.
this is a serious problem with your theory. This also has nothing to do with drugs, in fact it doesn't even necessarily mean they'll fall over/embarass themselves.
To me it looks as though people have seen the thread title, attached a sterotype to it and then decided it's not nice. Yes, sometimes it doesn't paint a pretty picture, but I don't think people getting hammered and making a fool of themselves looks good anyway, especially if you happen to be sober.
it makes me sick
I think it's safe to assume that when Tristan made this thread he had a very specific type of mother-daughter night out duo in mind. i.e. The kind I described. People think it's not nice because it isn't nice. It's embarrassing, it's awkward. Seeing your parents drunk is totally not cool. So it's hard to fathom why someone would go out on the tiles (that means to get pissed and fall about) with their mum. The only explanation would be if they're a pair of slappers.
How can that be the "only explanation"? There are many possible explanations, most of which aren't even worth speculating about.
It can be grim, sure. Watching it happen when it's just a couple of mates, can also be grim. I'm actually not too sure what the differences are, especially if you happen to see your mum as a best mate, which some people do. It's not the kind of relationship I'd want with either of my parents, but that's not really the point.
I agree with the general view in this thread, I just think some people shouldn't be so quick to judge and make sweeping statements like your last sentence (although I realise/hope this bit might be a joke).
if we can't judge and make sweeping statements? You fun-ruiner!
It completely depends what mood I'm in, on another day I'd probably let this one slide. That's me done then, no more ultra seriousness today.
its something i lived through and seen for myself.
you shouldnt be so close to a parent. its not right. its messed that girl i know up for sure and the amount of times we have had to comfort her when she has been embarassed.
It would really embarass me if my mum was out getting drunk with me. you need to have your own independance and do things for yourself. live your own life without having to take a parent along for the ride.
they're always half-sisters aswell as mother and daughter...