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27 December 2011

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Liz

Ok, I thought I might be less annoyed by this behavior when I'm not PMS-ing, but my father did not put the camera down ALL FREAKING WEEKEND. I expect a few standard photos on major holidays, but I don't know when it became cool to record every damn second of every day for posterity.

Take Christmas Eve. We had my parents, sister and b/f, grandma, aunt and uncle over for lunch. I'm rushing around like a chicken with my head cut off, frantically trying to cook after just entertaining ten family members/overnight guests, and he's standing there, thinking it's all cute and funny to photograph every. Single. Second. I was lucky I was dressed, so do I want a camera in my face? Not so much.

Calmly asking him to stop doesn't work. Throwing a major bridal fit about getting the f-ing camera out of my face didn't work. Explaining that it really, truly, takes away from quality time when we're forced to spend 3/4 of it posing for the camera doesn't work. Short of having an intervention or breaking the damn camera, I don't know what else to do. I don't want to spend every single time I see anyone + my parents with a camera shoved in my face. Help!

KissMyTulle

Remove the battery from the camera. Or smear Vaseline on the lens.

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