By the way, how many of you dared to forget your tupperwares at work? It’s the scariest news to break to your mom!
LOOOOOOLLL!!!! when i forgot the Tupperware at work, the next day i went with a very ugly Tupperware because we do not have plenty of the good ones!:D That taught me
I can’t imagine myself admitting that I’m not first in class with that facial expression. Maybe that’s what makes it so hilarious.
hahahahhaha!! so true! especially the tupperware one!
So true!!! Anything can pass with my mom but not the tupperware. It’s WWIII
The Tupperware mom is … ME!! From now on I shall not nag on our poor little daughter *promise*
The last mom is my mom for sure, FOR SURE! (I loooooooved her facila expression the most btw)
Gr8 job as ever Sareen
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Hilarious !!!!!!
LOL! I don’t live with my mom… so i kindda miss these stuff every once in a while
epic hahahaha !
Not trying to be a grammar nazi (although I expect I’ll be considered one for this!) but as a token English person, I feel I should point out that “you forget your tupperwares at work” is grammatically incorrect, it should either be “leave” instead of “forget”, or a “when” inserted before the “at”.
After all, would your mom use slang when having a go at you, or would she use ‘perfect language’ to assert her authority?
Well I think I have another title:
HOW TO GET RID OF YOUR LEBANESE MOM IN SIX STEPS
Just do them all in one day, and see what happens.
I am just kidding Lebanese Moms are the best.
Ohhhhhh hahaha my mom will definitely go crazy when i skip dinner SHE cooked….. Horror
@ RBZ *cough cough* u meant to say (forgot) not (forget) though
*insert double lingusitic Nazi here plz*
I suppose I could have said “forgot” instead of “forget”, and then I would have had to say “left” instead of “leave”. Sareen, however, said “forget” not “forgot” in her post, and that’s the tense I followed.
Old wives tales die hard.
Laughing so hard at the tupperware! She wont talk to me until it comes back the next day.
Unless my eyes r playing games on me (again) but I guess she wrote “forgot”
Sorry. To be clear: The mother in the comic said forgot, but Sareen said forget.
My mistake from minute go then; I presumed u were referring solely to the comic.
Applicable to Indian moms too
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