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    Well, I have laughed so much I have tears running down my face!!

    I thought I was the only one who did things like this!! So glad I'm somewhat normal!!

    Have been known to 'forget' to buy his favourite drink while shopping.

    If I'm mad at him I purposefully make him a really crappy lunch - the worst was plain old jam sandwiches.

    I too have been guilty of blaming him for not listening

    I just throw out his clothes and he never asks.

    Some nights I hate cooking so much that I make such a bad dinner that H buys takeaway for us all.

    Some nights H offers to buy takeaway because he thinks I'm tired - I suddenly am!

    We have animals to feed - some days if it's too cold or too hot I do the bare minimum and tell him I had NO time when he gets home!

    When he farts he calls it perfume and carries on when I fart so I fart more than him to overpower his smell - then I ask him to open the window!

    If he is in bed and comfortable I get annoyed that I've stayed up to finish things up so I get into bed and leave the light on.

    I laughed till I cried about suggesting another episode to avoid s.e.x and then turning it on him. Guilty!!

    Thank you everyone - I've had my belly laugh for today!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Hahahaha I so do this. To make it more authentic, I usually send him an SMS through the day along the lines of "she just won't sleep today :-(". Then if I've cooked dinner or got any cleaning done he's super impressed that I could get it done with a difficult baby ;-)
    Hahahahahaha that's gold!!!
    Go you "super" mum lol lol lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by B00ts View Post
    When i notice dh has fallen asleep before me, i'll kick him to wake him up, then pretend im asleep.
    Lol! so funny.

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    On Saturday or Sunday mornings when I can hear DS2 having a whinge in his cot at about 6am I will tell DH that I have been up with him during the night so he feels guilty and lets me have a sleep in.

    Also guilty of hiding chocolate behind the container of flour in the pantry.

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    When I buy Ben and Jerrys cookie dough icecream for DF and I to share, I always give him spoonfuls with little to no cookie dough or choc chips and save them all for me.

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    I just read the average parent thread and I'm so sad it got closed down, I wanted to add so many.


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    Hubby.... In the middle of the night, thinks that he has heard something in the backyard.

    I just took one look at him and then went straight back to bed. I don't know how I didn't get up, I guess I was just too lazy to take care of my hubby's security.

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    I like "offering" to do my daughters bedtime routine because it means I don't have to clean up the dinner mess! It has come back to bite me on the bum though, she won't go to sleep for me at night anymore so I have to clean the kitchen :-(

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    Before our income dropped to pauper I shopped ALOT.

    I used my friends bin for hiding all evidence & said my BFF gave it to me.

    Told DH ( boyfriend at the time ) that my hot neighbour over the road offered to help me with maintenance around the home as I was a single mum. He'd been dragging his feet bout us living together but after that he was in a mad rush & moved in 2 weeks later

    I never even so much as said hi to that neighbour lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Sometimes if I buy a block of chocolate, I eat so much of it that I feel guilty and don't want him to know I've eaten more than half a block of chocolate in one day that I eat the rest of it and bury the packaging in the bin then put heaps of paper towel on top so there is no evidence of it even being in the house.
    ^^^ this is me, tonight ^^^


 

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