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    AndrewTheEmu is offline Bubhub Ambassador - tongue in cheek
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    'I have no guilt because I feel no shame'... LOVE IT! lol

    Umm. Let me think.

    I wear my ugg boots to the shops and then to bed.

    I use the heater all day. From the moment DH leaves till 10mins before he gets home.

    I have a glass of wine 30mins before DH home every other day so I can great him with a happy face and pretend DD didn't drive me up the wall all day.

    I pick up obvious mess off the carpet (crackers/carrot sticks) then pretend I vacuumed.

    I use the drier alot

    I forget to shower and can go days between.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BreadRoll View Post
    Oh well - what you buy for your kid isnt my business.

    But if you'd ilke to buy me one, I'll pm you my postal address LOL jk
    Only if you b*tch and moan loudly enough

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    Lol..my kids have Ipads and my 9 year old has a mobile...
    they have kindles too..

    guilty as charged..

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSudgestionator View Post
    'I have no guilt because I feel no shame'... LOVE IT! lol

    Umm. Let me think.

    I wear my ugg boots to the shops and then to bed.

    I use the heater all day. From the moment DH leaves till 10mins before he gets home.

    I have a glass of wine 30mins before DH home every other day so I can great him with a happy face and pretend DD didn't drive me up the wall all day.

    I pick up obvious mess off the carpet (crackers/carrot sticks) then pretend I vacuumed.

    I use the drier alot

    I forget to shower and can go days between.
    we live the same lives..

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    Bahahaha. Subscribing so I can post in the am.

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    if i am feeling rather lazy and cant find anything to wear at night, i will just wear a towel and dressing gown and sometimes its what i wear to bed if i cant be bothered getting dressed.

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    I am the blanket thief in the night! Although every morning I tell DP she threw it all over my side during the night!

    Plus most of the other stuff!

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    i still let my mum strip my bed and washes my sheets for me and for my ds

    some days i leave ds in childcare longer than what i need, just so i can get some time to myself

    im supposed to be on a diet yet i have at least one chocolate bar everyday

    i drink far too much coffee (4+ a day)

    i spend more money than i should on useless stuff

    i constantly forget to reply to text messages / return phone calls / reply to fb messages / emails, etc

    whenever my sister calls, i say my son is playing up / needs help with something so that i can end the conversation quickly

    sometimes, if i only wear a pair of pants for 4 hours or so, i figure i can re-wear them without washing them

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    After my well thought out post about working out today, I didn't, instead I sat on the lounge all night and had a piece of chocolate for the first time in months...


    Couple of weeks ago I let ds have a day off school because it was cold and I didn't want to get out to bed get us all ready and walk for 30mins in the wind...

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    Lol mish. I have done the same with daycare, called them up and swapped days as i just couldnt be bothered getting out of bed to then pack lunch and walk to the day are or catch the bus. Coop didnt care, he still went 2 days that week though.

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