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    Lol just noticed it was a monetary want 😬😬😬
    Will have to rethink my answer

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    A new food processor.

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    Diamond earrings would also be nice but it'll be a long, long, long time (if ever) before I see anything like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dansci0 View Post
    Sorry if I'm off topic but does your mandolin grate too? And if so what brand/store did you get it??

    Oh my want is to eat anything and never feel guilty!!
    Mine is tupperware.

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    Oh pretty Tupperware and storage solutions is another! I have a whole Pinterest board on organising but need more containers etc!

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    A thermomix. Out of the budget for now
    A baby jogger city select. I have a perfectly good mini and can't justify the expense when DD will walk part of the time.
    Arms reach co sleeper- again expense I can't justify when we have a perfectly good cot and bassinet
    A house of my own.

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    I couldn't think of anything yesterday, but one I can think of now:

    To get makeup done professionally, along with some kind of instruction on how to do it myself.
    I don't wear makeup as a rule, and I don't care enough about it to learn how to do it. I WOULD however like to see what I look like with makeup done well, and be able to apply it if I wanted to. Definitely not something I can justify the cost of though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dansci0 View Post
    Sorry if I'm off topic but does your mandolin grate too? And if so what brand/store did you get it??

    Oh my want is to eat anything and never feel guilty!!
    No, it does julienne but not grate. I think I have seen ones that grate but it would basically be the same effort as an old fashioned grater.

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    As many woven wraps and cloth nappies as my heart desires! Which is a lot

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    Ok- I would like....

    a haircut for DS and myself, if that wasn't possible though, just for DS will do (a girl can always make long hair look like it's suppose to be that way).

    money for parking and petrol to go see my sister and new baby nephew tonight without robbing from Peter to pay Paul.

    to play a full half game of soccer this weekend.

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    Have you ever thought about doing it yourself? I am very unhandy, and don't like manual type stuff, but have started painting the house. I don't like it at all, but I am saving around 3000 doing it myself.

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    To hire a painter to paint the rooms in my house. 9 months after moving in I have no idea when well get round to it.

    A new pair of shoes.

    I vege slicer, I think there called a mandolin?? I have a thermomix so easily grate/coarsely chop things but I would love something that slices.


 

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