Tuesday, March 8th, 2011
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The Angry Notes To Mom And Dad Of Yesteryear

"Dear Parents, I disown you. I've tried for ten years, but you've Wrecked it. I'll never Speak to you again. Your x child, Jessica." Awl pal Jess Grose, forced to examine her personal archives before her parents move house, discovers this gem of 10-year-old indignation. God, remember when everything seemed that important?

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jolie (#16)

Dear The Awl, I disown you. I've tried for two years, but you've Wrecked it. I'll never Speak to you again. Your x commenter/contributor/biggest fan, jolie.

deepomega (#1,720)

=(

"[M]ove house"? Seems like someone's been spending a little too much time with the Daily Mail.

"Then why don't you just give me up for adoption!?!?!?!!" Was my go-to in basically every disagreement I had with my parents from ages 7-10. In hindsight, that was a terrible thing to say so frequently.

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