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    Oh dear, that is hard core, not even a smirk , hmmmm, that could be a real deal breaker Tazz.

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    My dp is the one always belting out the tunes, I'm the one always cringing in the corner lol. He actually has a good voice sometimes though.

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    What's wrong with him? He simply doesn't have the ability to recognise awesome when he sees it

    How good is the film clip?!!!

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    My singing gets insults from DP. "You have a music degree, you should be able to sing".

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    It's my children who don't appreciate my singing loudly to 80s and 90s music. I might have to get rid if them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetpeamummy View Post
    It's my children who don't appreciate my singing loudly to 80s and 90s music. I might have to get rid if them.
    Definitely, throw them away and make new ones who love 80's ballads!

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    Every time I make rice or at a restaurant and order rice or even in the rice isle at a supermarket 4 year old DS breaks into singing - to the tune of Ice Ice baby by vanilla ice
    " rice rice baby - do do do do do do do "
    As I used to sing it any time I made him rice at home

    DH gets mortified when DS starts singing any 80,s hits , his fav song is Bruce Springsteen's Dancing in the dark and even worse he knows the words to any Air Supply or Barbra Streisand song because of my mum - he deliberately sings "papa can you hear me" when he try's to get DH,s attention !

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    Great thread
    In our place it is my husband who is singing, and also, he is making stuff, according to the situation, like making a whole new song. I rarely sing, maybe I should?

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    Nope. My partner is all good. Gets in the car and switches over to WSFM and cranks it up. He'll put up with me (badly) singing away.

    I pay for this though.

    He will often put on traditional serbian music. In the car. And isn't afraid to turn that up either. 😶

    So be careful what you wish for!

    He isn't amused when I tell him I'd like to trade him in for another model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by btmac View Post
    You wouldn't want to hang around me too much then I've been known to break out into song and dance in the middle of shopping centres lol

    DH ran and hid from us when DS1 and I started grooving to Queen's Crazy Little Thing Called Love in the aisles of Woolworths once ������
    I find woolworths on a sunday afternoon has the best music, lots of good 80s stuff. But this does create that awkward *I wanna belt out this big note but not sure the crowded cereal aisle is the place for it* moment.

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