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    I cut my finger and have a bandaid on it. It's my smart phone finger and I keep trying to use it but it doesn't work with the bandaid on it.

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    Still convinced humans were not meant to have litters of children. Although my boys are now self sufficient, the fighting that goes on us ridiculous! 2 boys about to turn 5 for sale!!

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    Woolworths animal cards. I don't care about them. They are nothing special. Just another gimmick. More cr@p for kids to collect that gathers dust and gets chucked out a few months later. Not one kid I know actually reads the cards. And parents are SELLING them online! And other crazy parents are BUYING them! They are free collector cards! Bits of paper that mean nothing! Arrrgghh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Woolworths animal cards. I don't care about them. They are nothing special. Just another gimmick. More cr@p for kids to collect that gathers dust and gets chucked out a few months later. Not one kid I know actually reads the cards. And parents are SELLING them online! And other crazy parents are BUYING them! They are free collected cards! Bits of paper that mean nothing! Arrrgghh
    Ahh, thank you!! We got some with our groceries the other day and I gave them to dd to play with, I had a bit of a chuckle thinking someone is probably harassing everyone on Facebook for those cards.

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    Gap and Old Navy online.
    So many cute clothes.
    So cheap.
    So many discount coupons and emails clogging up my inbox.
    Can I use any of the amazing deals I'm being sent to buy said cute, cheap clothes? No.
    Wouldn't you encourage overseas purchasers to use them to offset the shipping charges?
    Rather than offering massive 40-50% discounts PLUS free shipping only to people in America?
    I would happily pay the shipping charges to Australia if I could use the discount codes

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    why are all pregnancy and period symptoms the same??? it's not like this is already confusing enough sigh...

    Also I work with dummies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Woolworths animal cards. I don't care about them. They are nothing special. Just another gimmick. More cr@p for kids to collect that gathers dust and gets chucked out a few months later. Not one kid I know actually reads the cards. And parents are SELLING them online! And other crazy parents are BUYING them! They are free collector cards! Bits of paper that mean nothing! Arrrgghh

    a million times this...dd is currently chewing on one lol

    and the endless lists of "i want" on my fb feed from normally sane people...gah

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    wondering when dd will start eating dinner again. It has been weeks and weeks and she has not touched dinner. Just eat ONE damn PEA, its all i ask!
    im so over it being a deal everynight, from now on i dont care. go hungry. i offer and you refuse.
    im sure this is why she is up at first light and scoffs 2-3 bowls of cereal. omg toddlers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Woolworths animal cards. I don't care about them. They are nothing special. Just another gimmick. More cr@p for kids to collect that gathers dust and gets chucked out a few months later. Not one kid I know actually reads the cards. And parents are SELLING them online! And other crazy parents are BUYING them! They are free collector cards! Bits of paper that mean nothing! Arrrgghh
    So um... DS1 isn't interested in his.. Anyone want them for $100

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Woolworths animal cards. I don't care about them. They are nothing special. Just another gimmick. More cr@p for kids to collect that gathers dust and gets chucked out a few months later. Not one kid I know actually reads the cards. And parents are SELLING them online! And other crazy parents are BUYING them! They are free collector cards! Bits of paper that mean nothing! Arrrgghh
    I can't believe the mania over them! On our local bss page people are selling them or asking for swaps of belongings They were even asked to start their own fb group so it wasn't clogging up the page. Almost as bad as the pokemon cards that were banned at my primary school back in the day

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