Phrases from mothers to children. Mothers: Those fireproof beings who do everything for us without asking much in return. They who can do everything, know everything and who, to a better or worse extent, have educated us throughout our lives. They, who were girls, mothers and grandmothers. They that it is impossible not to take into account when a problem comes to us.
For all of them, who celebrate their big day today, we compile these phrases with which every son or daughter has been educated and listened to at some point in their life. #Happy Mother’s Day.
(The formula or theory why mothers always end up finding lost items is not known, but they do.)
3. – When you have your house you will do what you want. As long as you live in this house, what I say will be done.
(It is foolishly wasting saliva to compare your life with that of your friends, the answer is and will always be the same).
– And if all your friends jump over a bridge, do you jump behind?
(Man, mother depends on the bridge, if it is the Ronda bridge, then no. That answer can only be given by the daring who were not afraid of being hit by retaliation).
(Who has not been told this phrase sometime in her life in any of its variants).
9. – If you are sick to go to class, you are also sick to go out with friends.
(It didn’t matter if the teacher was good or bad, or if 100% of the class had failed. You were the only thing important to her and there was no room for comparisons).
(Of course, if a friend of yours was better than you at something, then comparisons were allowed).
12. – This is not a hotel where you come, eat and leave.
13. – I haven’t spent 2 hours cooking so you don’t eat the food. You eat it.
(Owners of the family economy, you always had to go for bread with the money counting and bring the ticket back. The good thing is that you almost always kept the tip).
(Faced with that phrase, one always preferred to chew to contemplate the possibility that your mother would carry out her threat).
(Another of their hidden skills: dentist-orthodontist. When they went to the extreme of saying this phrase is that you knew that you were doing something very bad).