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    Quote Originally Posted by chameleon View Post
    What is that exactly?
    I *think* something like a fizzy fruit juice

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    DS just cracked it because we have run out of black olives and he didn't want the green ones I just gave him!

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    Cue physical and mental MELT DOWN because the fridge is 'stuck'. No the fridge is not stuck, its closed. Its closed because you are not allowed 3 yoghurts before dinner.

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    DS1 'There's tomato in my toasted sandwich!!'

    DS2 dropped his muffin in the sand, I told him to brush it off but he insisted on washing it off in the sink...'My muffin is all soggy!!!'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl X View Post
    When she drops something. (Cue the most dramatic expression ever witnessed).

    "Oh NO!!! What's HAPPENING, Mummy?????"

    She'll even say it midway through deliberately dropping something.

    Or...

    Pulls hairclip out. "Look Mummy! I take hairclip out!" Puts it down somewhere. Me - "Go and get it, and I'll put it back in for you."

    DD (looking wildly about the room, despite having put it down 1 second ago). "Oh NO! Where IS it?! What's happening in here????? Mummy? What's happening IN HERE???"
    Haha ... I get this one!

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    DS lost his shizz because he couldn't carry every book he owns and climb on the couch at the same time. And Heaven forbid we try to help him!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennos Mummy View Post
    I *think* something like a fizzy fruit juice
    Thanks for filling me in Funnily enough I was putting in tuckshop for DD1 today and saw it on the list!


 

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