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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlsRock View Post
    I'm curious to know how this actually came up in conversation with your MIL. DO TELL. Certainly not the sort of convos I have with my MIL that's for sure.
    I'm also curious about this. And how the op shop lady replied? The party "we do not accept electrical goods line"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlsRock View Post
    I'm curious to know how this actually came up in conversation with your MIL. DO TELL. Certainly not the sort of convos I have with my MIL that's for sure.
    Lol I obviously get along very well with my MIL. But it was a girls day, the topic of porn came up and MIL said she has never watched it and didnt know what to do with the vibrator she had (nor understand why people used them) so decided to donate it to the salvos. She thought it was okay coz it had never been used. :O Couldnt stop laughing.

    Sorry to sidetrack OP.

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    My DS when he was 2 found my housemates "buzz bee" & had it full blast vibrating it's way across the kitchen Lino. Needless to say I lost it in hysterics & he proceeded to tell everyone Bout the "buzz bee" lol thankfully we could shrug it off no he means the animals lol

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    Last night my three year old DS told me he did not want a ****ing shower!!!

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    Lol! Kids!
    We taught ds to yell out "emergency" in emergency situations which has been very useful. Except the time we were in the public toilets and I had af and he bellows at the top of his lungs " mummy your bleeding EMERGENCY!" Cue bunch of teenage girls ****ing themselves laughing ......

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    Quote Originally Posted by flicker View Post
    Lol! Kids!
    We taught ds to yell out "emergency" in emergency situations which has been very useful. Except the time we were in the public toilets and I had af and he bellows at the top of his lungs " mummy your bleeding EMERGENCY!" Cue bunch of teenage girls ****ing themselves laughing ......
    That is so funny . DD and DS have been with my on occasion and seen blood...Mummy do you have a 'sore-sore'?

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