to tell her shes not aloud pets in the home ever

(223 Posts)
rosepettel Thu 25-Jul-13 06:19:07

ok i got up 30 mins ago
youngest dd is ill
she got a bug and put it in a pot

messy and hard work
aibu

rosepettel Thu 25-Jul-13 06:20:24

back ground info
she got the idea from her freind who puts bugs in a pot all the time
she says well [name] lets [name] put bugs in her home [name]
>:O

CaptainSweatPants Thu 25-Jul-13 06:30:28

It's messy & hard work to put an insect in a pot?

Maybe you're tired & cranky

HintofBream Thu 25-Jul-13 06:32:40

It is better in a pot than in a bugwidge.

Tortoiseonthehalfshell Thu 25-Jul-13 06:34:14

(Background info: a bugwidge is:

Bread
bug
bread

)

dilbertina Thu 25-Jul-13 06:36:55

Is it loud?

daisychain01 Thu 25-Jul-13 06:39:36

As I alighted on this thread, I had the sinking feeling its another one of those hamwitch ones that goes on for 15 pages and achieves naught. Enjoy your day y'all.....

Sparklingbrook Thu 25-Jul-13 07:20:47

confused

rosepettel Thu 25-Jul-13 07:21:43

no
not me
she put the bug [dd] in a pot
well i dont even know what they feed with
i dont know how to take care about it

Sparklingbrook Thu 25-Jul-13 07:22:19

What sort of bug is it?

rosepettel Thu 25-Jul-13 07:23:06

a small bug i dont know its name im not a pet lover

PseudoBadger Thu 25-Jul-13 07:23:30

Is she allowed a quiet pet?

Well. I don't understand the pets at home reference tbh.

But, bugs in a pot?

Well depends what type of bug I suppose?

Sparklingbrook Thu 25-Jul-13 07:24:33

Doesn't sound that messy and hard work. I don't imagine the bug is happy though. Poor bug. sad Has it got food and water?

Aloud bug? I would have thought bugs were pretty quiet.

rosepettel Thu 25-Jul-13 07:26:04

no shes not aloud pets in the home
i cant look after a pet i dont even know what they feed with and how to care about the bug im busy i dont need a pet to look after and clean up

Sparklingbrook Thu 25-Jul-13 07:26:12

I am worried the bug may be deceased.

MalcolmTuckersMum Thu 25-Jul-13 07:26:36

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Sparklingbrook Thu 25-Jul-13 07:27:41

Ooh do tell Malcolm. Have I missed another fun thread somewhere?

rosepettel Thu 25-Jul-13 07:28:03

sparklingbrook it looks fine no spots its the colour its ment to be and its legs move

Sparklingbrook Thu 25-Jul-13 07:29:05

I think it may be depressed and best that you release it......

BringBackBod Thu 25-Jul-13 07:29:27

I would just set the bug free, it'll be easier that way.

Montybojangles Thu 25-Jul-13 07:29:34

Are you saying she is not allowed any pet at all? Or just the bug?

Pets are good for children, teaches them some responsibility and caring.

Are you in the uk? If you describe the bug maybe we can identify it and tell you what it might eat.

It might be a bit cruel though if it's a flying insect and it's confined to a little pot. I also imagine it would get pretty hot in a pot in this weather.

redlac Thu 25-Jul-13 07:29:40

Yawn

malcolmtuckersmums it wasn't really funny the first time either smile

<wishes there was a hide poster option>

CinnabarRed Thu 25-Jul-13 07:30:32

Don't let her put bugs in pots because it's cruel to bugs.

The bug will not have made your DD poorly.

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