When your mother and your sister pull a prank on you...


I can't BELIEVE I got pranked. I'm SO ANGRY and NOT EVEN REMOTELY AMUSED. (Well, I am amused. But I shan't show it to my own kin.)

Anyway, read these comments. AND DON'T LAUGH, for I'm in a frenzy of furious-ness.

  1. Would you like it to rain on your wedding day?
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    1. HAHAHA, dear Anonymous. :-D :-D Wellll - no. Wedding days, what with the white dress and the photoshoots and the high heels and all that, are indubitably better with The Sun. (But I would make the most of it if it did rain. :-P)
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    2. Oh really? That's disappointing. Can't your darling Mr Rain come to your wedding? Your hair will get curly, your clothes will get wet (which is a nice thing), you can use pretty umbrellas, you'll be snug and cosy and you can even do singing and dancing in the rain! You will also have the most gorgeous smell of rain and maybe even a beautiful rainbow! Wouldn't that be so romantic? Come on, I thought you loved rain!
      One more question and then I'll stop bothering you. Do you think rain is suitable for a funeral?
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    3. I do love rain. Your comment makes me want a rainy wedding. :-) And funerals? Pfft, I don't know. Funerals are so sad the weather is little thought of, I assume. (You ask tricky questions! ;-D)

      What are your opinions on our dear Mr Rain? I have the feeling you Don't Like It Much, do you? :-) And don't worry about bothering me! I like comments.

      ~ Naomi
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  2. I think a funeral would be better with rain, like the sky is weeping.
    I live in a country where it rains a lot. It is raining here where I am as usual. What about where you live?
    I love the sun. It makes everybody happy. I see your point though about the cosiness of rain.
    Fun discussing with you!
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    1. It rains a lot here, too. I love the sun, but I love the rain as well. :-) (The rain just gets a lot of Hate, therefore I wanted to defend it. :-) But I really love the sun, too. :-D) The Sun definitely is very happy. :-)
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    2. I guess the grass is always greener on the other side. We grumble and detest the rain because we always have it but people in hot areas welcome it with open arms.
      I know you like the queen, so this one is for you:
      "What's the queen's favourite precipitation? Reign!"
      I don't intend to go on and on, so enough about this subject. Next post about our darling Mrs Sun maybe?
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    3. Yeah, exactly.
      Haha, very funny pun! :-) Do you live in England? Or America? (Or somewhere else.. :-))
      Ha, well my sister said I had to do a post on Mrs Sun, too. :-) I might.
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    4. I actually live in Waterloo(in Belgium). You know, where Wellington defeated Napoleon. What about you? Where do you live?
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    5. OH MY GOODNESS ANONYMOUS! So do I!!!! :-O (It's sunny right now, right?)
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    6. Sorry to disappoint you, but I'm only your boring mum!!!
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    7. HOW DARE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    8. MUM. MUM. HOW DARE YOU.
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  1. WELL.

    That's all I can think of to say at the moment.

    Well, well, well, well.

    Ermmmmmmmmmmmmmm. (Do I sound like Mr. Knightley now? Yes? No? Maybe? Thanks.)

    What else can we talk about to cheer you up? Oh! I know! How did you like the last Downton Abbey episode? I hear it was good. But I don't know 'cause I didn't watch it. Thoughts?

    (I like your gif, by the way :-) )

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    1. I'm okay. :-) I'm not that angry. :-)

      No, I haven't seen ANYTHING of DA series 6 yet!!!!! I'm BURNING to. I've heard so much good from it. Emma's tormenting my with Downton Abbey caps. (I tell her to torment me, because I want to hear everything about it.) :-)

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    2. That's good--I'm glad you're not that angry. Because I WOULD be, you see. (As a matter of fact, I was really quite angry FOR you when I read your post, even though the prank didn't happen to me.)

      I hope you can watch it soon!! Do you guys watch in on the normal TV, or do you wait until later and rent it on DVD or something? Anyhow, I hope you really enjoy it once you do get to see it :-)

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  2. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA sorry but it's funny :D

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  3. THIS IS HILARIOUS!!! NAOMI! OH MY GOODNESS! Hahaha!! (Sorry, I can't helping laughing! It's just TOO funny!) And you got so excited when you heard that anonymous lived in the same place you did! Aww. What an awful trick!! ;) But SO fuuunnny!! Eek! This was great. Your mom sounds like a lot of fun! Tell her it was a jolly good joke. (Unless, of course, you're still in a "frenzy of furious-ness" and can't talk about it. I'll understand if that's the case. ;) Heehee.)

    *goes away laughing*

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  4. OHMYGOSH. This just too funny!!! Your mom totally wins an award for funniest joke of the week. ;) But, she is a month early!! Dear dear, Naomi..I wonder what she will have planned for April Fools! *gasp* lol!!

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  5. Quite shocking. How dare she. I am sure you are quite put out. Quite shocking, indeed. ("Are you not diverted?" -Mr. Bennet)

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  6. Thumbs up to your brilliant mom! I couldn't have thought up a better prank myself. XD I'll have to keep a joke like this in mind. Hahahaaaaa.

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  7. Gracious, I am so sorry! How DARE they? *picks up slate threateningly* :P

    Seriously, though, I feel for you. I hate getting pranks played on me - that gif fits perfectly.

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  8. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. That's GREAT. Your mum is hilarious. (You may tell her I said that.) "You know, where Wellington defeated Napoleon." *bursts into more giggles*

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  9. HA GUYS.

    Two things for you all:
    1. I am okay. :-) I'm taking this in good humour.
    2. I'd like to add that yes, my mum is wonderful, but my sister deserves the credit for this joke. She told my mum to do it. SO BOO SISTER.

    (And luckily we'll be on a car trip on April's Fools Day, so hopefully nothing equally bad it planned.)

    ~ Naomi

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  10. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Way to go, Naomi's mom! You rained on her parade. :D

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  11. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    That is something my mom and sister would pull on me.

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  12. Hahahahaha, I'm sorry Naomi, but your mum and sister get points for this one!! :D

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  13. HAHAHAHA. HILARIOUS.:)

    ~Rilla Blythe

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  14. AHAHAHAHA. :D Your mother (and sister! - is it the one directly beneath your age?) have an EXCELLENT sense of humour. ;)

    Oh, and you call her your 'mum'. :) So do I! (I find quite a few people call them their 'Mama', in America especially.)

    ~Miss Meg

    P.S. I'm still deciding how many spaces to add into my comments, since your email. Did I do alright? ;)

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    1. Yes, that's the 15-year-old-sister. :-) Actually, I call her Mama, but when I'm writing English, I write Mum. :-D (I speak Dutch to my mum you see, and mama's the dutch word. :-D)

      You did excellent with the spaces. :-) Thank you! <3

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  15. HEHEHEHEHEH Sorry dear but this made me laugh =D

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  16. Haha, I'm glad everyone is amused by this. :-P

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  17. Your Mum definitely wins the sneaky award for this month! That's hilarious!

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  18. Congratulations ms. Bennet!

    You just got a new reader! I can't believe this, that I found a kindered spirit! :)
    I live in Finland, and am a christian homeschooling 16 year-old girl, who loves Austen's, Montgomery's, Dickens' books. I've never met anyone else with the same taste. I can't stand these modern yucky books, with no sense or even a story!

    And this post was hilarious! :DD I get quite easily pranked too, so I know the feeling...

    Yours truly,
    "Cordelia"

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    1. Thank you for reading my blog, Cordelia! (Such a romantic pen name - ha. :-D)

      I'm always glad to meet a fellow homeschooler. :-) Montgomery, Jane Austen and Dickens for the win! :-) (I like SOME modern books, but you're right -the classics are the best. :-D)

      ~ Naomi

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  19. True, SOME of those terribly horrible books can be tolerated but no, I'm NOT a fan of modern books. I'd rather have a peaceful walk in Avonlea than jump in somekind of horror books' events.

    Yours truly,
    "Cordelia"
    (I quite like this pen name :D)

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  20. Ahh, yes, I noticed this in the comments. I must confess I was mildlytickled ;-P But still, 'tis a horrid prank to play.

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  21. Haha! That is so funny! By the way, your header is gorgeous. I especially like the picture in the middle.

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  22. Okay, I have a confession to make.... I thought it was terribly funny. I do appreciate your comments on my blog by the way, and usually the funnier the better. :)

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