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MAN ASHAMED HIS MOTHER IS A “BEER AUNTY” SAYS HER MONEY IS “DIRTY”

I have been in a relationship for 4 months but I haven’t introduced my family members to my GF yet.

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Lately, she has been using this topic to question my commitment to our relationship.

The truth is I’m afraid to let her know that I have a mother who works as a beer aunty. When I was young, the people around me would say nasty remarks about my mother and make me feel inferior. This is the reason why I studied hard and end up in a prestigious course in NUS. Ever since my

NS days, I refused to take any allowance from my mother because I feel that her money are dirty. These money came from low class, old and despo drunkard who touched her hands. Ironically, it is these money that funded my university education.One of the shame and humiliation which cannot be erase from my life.

Until now I had been lying to her by saying that my mum is a busy business women. My gf came from upper class society, if she knows that I have a mother like this, I’m afraid that she will leave me. What have I done in my previous life to deserve a shameful mother!

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Here are what netizens think:

  • U felt ashamed/disgraced by your mother’s ‘less than glamorous’ occupation. As an undergrad, you struggled with the circumstances & faced the fact that her ‘dirty money’ were used to raise & provided for your education.
  • Hahahaha I can’t wait for the heartbreak that will ensue when your girlfriend finds out you’ve been lying to her over such a petty reason.
  • If you can’t even appreciate what your mum is doing to make a living and raise you from young, you don’t deserve to think of your future with your gf! Respect your mum and be thankful for what she had done for all these years to raise you up! SellingĀ beer isn’t something shameful, I have seen mom’s who’re doing sex worker to raise her kids, I would respect them for their occupation, at least they earn themselves a living without conning, or Robbing!
  • Be glad you have a mother who dotes on you (even though she does not explicitly say it out) and work to put you through university. There are people who are not as lucky as you. They lack of a mother’s love, and had to forgo their further studiesĀ because of financial issues.
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