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    My guilty pleasure is putting 22 month old DS down for a "nap" after lunch knowing full well that he's just going to climb out of his cot and play with his toys for the next 1 & a half hrs!

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    I spend way too much time online at night. If my hubby questions me, I tell him one of the boys kept me up. Mostly this bites me in the bum, as 5 minutes after I get to bed, they Do in fact wake me up!

    If I can't be bothered, I will put all the washing in the dryer, rather then hang it on the line.

    My washing can live on our lounge unfolded for weeks sometimes. I lie and pretend it is new loads, but really some of it has been there for weeks.

    On Friday nights, I can't be bothered to cook dinner, so I will often throw nuggets and chips in the oven. Or the kids can eat cereal for dinner. They seem to think this is some kind of treat!

    I often go to woolies after hubby gets home at night, just so I can get out of the house, and have 5 minutes to myself. Sometimes I even hide the bread so I can pretend we need it urgently!

    I sometimes let my kids watch tv all day, just so they will leave me alone for a while.

    I often forget to lock my car, because I am secretly afraid to go outside late at night.

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    Hooves ROFL !!! They're great. Especially the 'hiding the bread' one. I make up things to get that 5 min shopping trip. (DD urgently needs super special bum cream) DH will never catch me out with that one

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    I have three hour phone calls with my sister and SIL and told DH it was a busy day.(not as much these days, average only 1-2hours)

    I have a smart phone & one day I will be smart enough to use it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSudgestionator View Post
    Hooves ROFL !!! They're great. Especially the 'hiding the bread' one. I make up things to get that 5 min shopping trip. (DD urgently needs super special bum cream) DH will never catch me out with that one
    I never really valued my alone time, before I had 3 children. Now we have 4 very loud active children, I crave 5 minutes peace.

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    Anyone else feeling guilty about things they didn't realise they should have been feeling guilty about? lol! So many things I am reading I am thinking "hey I do that to... you are not supposed to??" lol

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    I'm home alone and seriously considering pouring myself a glass of wine to drink while reading renovation magazines. Instead of doing the washing up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooves View Post
    My washing can live on our lounge unfolded for weeks sometimes. I lie and pretend it is new loads, but really some of it has been there for weeks.

    I often go to woolies after hubby gets home at night, just so I can get out of the house, and have 5 minutes to myself. Sometimes I even hide the bread so I can pretend we need it urgently!
    Our spare room has a double bed that no-one can actually sleep in because its COVERED in washing. A friend came up to stay on night and i forgot to move it. Was kinda embarrassing because i couldnt lie and say i did it today because i hadnt been there. But she thought it was funny.


    I tried to sneak off to the shops twice by myself but both time DP was like " oh lets all go together" So It backfired

    Now i shop after work........ by shop i mean go to gloria jeans have a soy chai latte and flick through the magazines there, then go into the shops for 10 min and pretend it was SUPEr busy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TinyLittleTootsies View Post
    Anyone else feeling guilty about things they didn't realise they should have been feeling guilty about? lol! So many things I am reading I am thinking "hey I do that to... you are not supposed to??" lol
    haha yes!!

    I just read before "if i wear a pair of pants for 4 hours I don't wash them" I usually wear my pants for 4 DAYS beofre washing them.

    Mine are similar to everyone elses. But I will add...

    I can't stand my sister, I fake every conversation with her she is just impossible and we clash.
    I pee in shower if I am busting but i do honestly try to go to toilet first.
    I eat waaaaay more junk than I admit to.
    I attempted to sort out my superannuation, realised I have 9 accounts with varying decent amounts of money in each and I just can't be bother rolling them over because half in married name half in maiden name. I am just watching money go down the drain as each statement gets sent to me.
    I am constantly on FB and Bubhub when at work.

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    just bought flights to Melbourne- cause I could hahaha I'm shocking


 

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