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    put the dishwasher out for kerbside pickup (didn't even last two hours before it got picked up by some idiot lol) and the water that had stagnated in the tubes smelt like sewage and some of it got on the floor and in one of my cupboards. I had to clean out my cupboard and the floor, and the floor is going to have to be cleaned a few more times before the sewage smell completely goes away.

    also i hate being paid fortnightly! had a massive panic moment at coles this evening cos i thought my pay hadn't gone through until i thought hey i think pay must be this week woops

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    Marmite is "temporarily unavailable in Australia" and I'm annoyed that I have to settle with either the Mightymite, Vegemite or Promite in my pantry. I miss my favourite yeast spread.
    I'm currently sitting on my couch eating marmite with mainland butter on toast drinking nz milo. No first world complaints here

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    Ngaiz, I knew you nzers had all the marmite!

    I had mainland butter and promite on toast yesterday. It was ok, but not like marmite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    PMSL - the car roof racks
    Im so sorry! God I feel like an idiot! Hahahaha

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    I just found out DD2 probably won't get into the kindy I want to send her to as the waiting list is so long, so I will have to send her to my second choice instead. Wah!

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    DS1 is in the second highest reading group, not the highest...because he reads too....fast!
    WTF!! The kid is reading novels at 7. He's a freakin' genius!
    Shattered.
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    My wheat heat bag has split again. *sigh*

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    I want cheese and onion chips, but I don't want onion breath.

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    DH gave me a Tiffany necklace for Xmas, but I don't like it

    I cracked it at him last week because he took my Audi to work and left me with his Jag. The roof in the Jag is too low and really difficult to get the capsule in and out, have to tilt it on it's side to shove it in, and put the driver's seat nearly all the way forward to fit it in. Total PITA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    Ngaiz, I knew you nzers had all the marmite!

    I had mainland butter and promite on toast yesterday. It was ok, but not like marmite.
    I'm in Brisbane and running low but my mum has offered to send a care package if needed. Bless her


 

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