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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl X View Post
    Same! Sian - are you my twin? (The kind of twin that DOESN'T want to steal David Bowie, that is...)
    The sooner that you accept that Jareth is my husband, the better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Want2TTC View Post
    Clothes aren't generally put away... Just left in the basket until they're needed...
    I do the same lol!!
    But then wonder why I can't find anything lol so end up folding them when theirs only about half of what was in there to begin with!!

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    I am lazy and admit it... When I come home from a long day at work I dont want to anything.i usually cook dinner but DH will vacuum, do dishes, make bed etc...hehe I'm worst house wife ever... Am hoping I'll improve when bub comes

    I also wear a bun often to save on hair straightening

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    I do not iron. Ever. I own one but only ever use it on sewing projects.

    I am terrible at putting clothes away. I am great at washing and hanging out clothes, but then they will sit clean in the basket for sooo long. I'll empty the basket onto our bed, fold one thing, walk away and then put it all back in the basket when I go to bed. And repeat the same the next day. Terrible!

    I often put a bit of powder in my hair because I can't be bothered washing it. Really often.

    I eat muesli for dinner/lunch quite often because it's just so convenient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sian View Post
    The sooner that you accept that Jareth is my husband, the better!
    Sigh.. I can see I am going to have to banish you to the Bog of Eternal Stench, so that Jareth and I can skip off merrily and uninterrupted to buy him some nice new tights.

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    I'll spin my washed clothes in the washing machine twice so I can avoid having to hang them out. I feel like I'm
    Doing something useful by spinning them lol

    I'll leave the dishes in the sink all day and wash them before DH gets home.

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    Rarely iron

    Sometimes put off washing the sheets for another week

    Buy takeaway too often because I hate cooking and I hate doing the dishes

    The coffee table gets lots of junk on it before I clean it.

    I put off getting petrol because Im sick of doing it.

    Sometimes I get takeaway because I can't be bothered shopping.

    Yeah I better stop now..

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    I hate doing to the dishes so I put it off as long as I can, I hate hanging out washing to (we only have clothes racks no line) so I wash the clothes before I build up to hang them out lol

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    I only iron sewing projects.

    I love washing clothes, just hate putting the clean ones away. I have multiple baskets of clean clothes waiting to be put away.

    I only straighten or curl (depending on if my hair is straight or wavy that day) the front of my hair and tie it up. Sometimes I tie it up and run the straightener over the pony tail.


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    If there's washing on the line and it starts raining, but I'm all cosy inside, well that's what I call a final rinse cycle

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