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    Someone's stupid dog keeps barking & waking ds up just after he's finally fallen asleep (he's very overtired). Its taken 45 minutes of settling & the dog has woken him 3 times.

    If I knew which house it was id be going over there & asking them to settle a SCREAMING ds.

    It happens all the time but we back onto a lot of houses & I cant pinpoint exactly which one it is

    Really love people who just let their dogs bark all the time & dont even care

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    Default The Not So Serious Vent Thread #3

    Thank you DS2 for dunking my phone in a cup of coffee like it was a biscuit. Now I have to use my old iPhone 3 and it's as slow as a slug!!
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    Why oh why does dd need to freeze her mummy. Omg her flat is colder than most walk in cold rooms. I live in a tin shed in tropics my body doesn't understand cold.

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    I just want cake for dinner but I have a family to feed :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    I just want cake for dinner but I have a family to feed :/
    I always want cake for dinner. Apparently DP doesn't agree this a nutritious option. Party pooper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    I always want cake for dinner. Apparently DP doesn't agree this a nutritious option. Party pooper.
    I made proper dinner and now I feel sick. Slightly concerned I won't be able to eat cake at all...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    I made proper dinner and now I feel sick. Slightly concerned I won't be able to eat cake at all...
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    Noooooooooo!

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    DH, having the beer and ice in the esky is not 'ready to roll for camping'. When I finish the food box, the fridge, the linen, toys for DD and our clothes, then we might be close to 'ready to roll'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Nette View Post
    DH, having the beer and ice in the esky is not 'ready to roll for camping'. When I finish the food box, the fridge, the linen, toys for DD and our clothes, then we might be close to 'ready to roll'.
    Oh god this is my DH too!! He doesn't reserve this attitude just for camping though, BBQs, events, dinners etc haha as long as the beer is on ice, then he's ready

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    Made the fatal mistake of replying to a thread on the mamamia FB page about a topic I know 90% of the population are ignorant about. Why then am I seething at the responses? I KNOW they are ignorant, and I don't mean that in a rude way, I mean it in a 'they genuinely have not researched the topic AT ALL'... why am I even letting it get to me?! Gah, shyt start to the day!

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