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My birthday is 2 days after Christmas so everyone, including a lot of family, forgets in the excitement of their own celebrations. I’m kinda used to it by now but it still sucks. I’ve spent the past 7 years getting drunk and seeing how much of a cake I can eat alone by the end of the night.
My 60th during lockdown. My son and husband went out of their way to NOT acknowledge it. I cooked and cleaned the whole day! Stupid idiot I was!
Not sure if it’s my worst but it’s definitely top 3. I was turning 9. I had saved my dollars up, wanting to buy myself a nice birthday present. Birthday was on a Saturday, my mother told me to give her my money so she could keep it safe. She went and gambled it on the pokies on Friday, whilst I was at school. So I wake up on Saturday to no birthday presents and my money was gone too.
When I turned 15, I spent my birthday at gymnastics boarding school. Though my overall experience was great. My birthday sucked…
My roommate, had his birthday the same day, he was more popular than me so I got overshined a lot. In the evening his family drove up to celebrate with presents and what not. My family was further away and couldn’t join.
… Basicly I just helped celebrate my roomies birthday 😂
When I turned 21 bars wouldn’t let me in because the state I live in started handing out paper IDs while you had to wait 2 weeks to get the real one in the mail. Apparently that wasn’t enough proof of my age so that and the bouncers incompetence to do basic math ruined my 21st.
I asked my long distance boyfriend (now ex) if he still loved me, and he just replied “goodnight :)” it was the day before my birthday.
Apartment next to my house burned down. No one was killed but it was very traumatic for a 3rd grader
My 50th was this year. I was in hospital with covid doing my best Bane impersonation!
My mother died 7 days before my 42nd birthday. Suddenly I was alone with my grieving father and realized that I don’t know this man. My mother always was the glue between us. He didn’t even have flowers or a candle or a chocolate bar for me. I have never felt so alone.
Idk man, I worked my ass off my last 5 birthdays(and this year will be the 6th)
Probably the year I had chickenpox.
In basic training, getting fitted for blues
My 35th during lockdown. Didn’t get to see any of my friends.
The rest I dont remember that much
I’ll let you know in a couple of days.
12th birthday. I got in a fight about not doing the dishes the day before so they decided to ground me and keep me in my room while they celebrated downstairs. Literally same happy birthday while i wasn’t there.
7th birthday i fell of a swing and broke my nose
I forget which birthdays it was but an older kid in my neighborhood just showed up in invited to my house and just took all of my friends to do some other shit with him. Another time the same kid got word that I would be at sky zone and showed up (again uninvited) and did the same shit.
He ruined two of my birthday party’s back to back
I’m also not mentioning how many times he came over to hang out with my brother and just stole snack and other shit from our house.
they are average just all some of my friends and my relatives celebrate me i eat cake but after last i feel void
When I turned 13, I went to hang out with my grandma at her retirement home. Suffering from dementia, she said “My, you’re awfully big for a 4 year old!”. No other festivities occurred that day, and I’m pretty sure my parents forgot to get me a present. So yeah, turning 13 (or 4 in grandma years) was not the best.
Edit: Found out my father was dying on my 15th birthday. Spent the day in the hospital. He died the following year
right after Thanksgiving, due to complications from his condition.
Went to a beach boardwalk. Got heat exhaustion and got really sick and confused, and couldn’t figure out how to talk properly. I guess I kept saying I didn’t remember the word for things. My dad’s response to this was to beat the shit out of me, then do the same to my mom for trying to defend me, drag us both to the car and drive home at dangerous speeds, all the while screaming about how he won’t have an r-slur for a kid and it’s more normal to have a dead kid than a kid who forgets words, so I need to be grateful.
I was turning 18. Yeah. That’s his “response to being worried”.
My dog got hit by a car while I was at my birthday party. My family hate my dog so I was the only person that was sad he died