I told coop that if he eats easter eggs before easter the easter bunny wont come. He believes me too.
Juice is not for kids in the house if we have it. I told coop that if you drink it you will hurt yourself and the one time he did have it he fell over and hurt himself haha(shouldnt laugh but it was funny after only telling him about half hour before hand he would hurt himself)
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26-03-2012 19:14 #161
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26-03-2012 19:20 #162
Teeheehee!! Great thread, just read it all & rofl!
-1/2 hr quick clean up so DF thinks I tidied up lots during the day:
-leaving washing in a basket waiting to be put away:
-leaving washing in the machine cos I couldn't be stuffed hanging it up then washing it again a few days later so they are not musty:
-snacking on biscuits with jam piled on them (supposed to be watching weight):
-washing the sheets maybe once a month... I do have a spare set but 'forget' to wash the dirty ones for a while:
26-03-2012 20:08 #163
I haven't read through this thread so excuse if this is the same as anyone elses:
I watch The Hills, The City and Keeping Up With The Kardashians! I hate that I like to watch such fluff but I just do.
I kicked the wall once when I was very angry at something and told DH I accidently did it moving a desk I was surprised when my foot went straight through it!
26-03-2012 20:14 #164
26-03-2012 20:31 #165Senior Member
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I don't remember the last time I LOL, literally! Am guilty of so many of these.
*I've hidden dirty dishes in the oven if someone is coming over and I haven't felt like it
*I once ate an entire apple pie and blamed the kids because DF asked me where it went in front of FIL.
*I once peed in the shower while DF was in there with me and started kissing him so he wouldn't look down!
*I hide my take away rubbish under the drivers seat of my car so DF doesn't discover it.
All I can think of for now lol.
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26-03-2012 20:50 #166
Oh, and absolutely do the quick clean up before DH gets home: burn some incence, pour some bleach in the dunny and be standing at the sink washing dishes as he walks in... sometimes I leave the vacuum out in the middle of the lounge so it looks like I've been vacuuming... LOL!
26-03-2012 22:34 #167Senior Member
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I sometimes buy stuff for myself and leave it in the car and then sneak it into the house later when DH is looking.
Also guilty of having to rewash washing because I have been to lazy to hang it out.
And I also do the quick speed clean before DH gets home.
Once I told DH to take DD to his parents house to visit and said I was going to a gym class but really I didn't want to see the in laws and instead I ate junk food and watched gossip girl!
26-03-2012 22:46 #168
I also hide wrappers (usually cheeseburger wrappers ) under the car seat so I don't have to buy DH anything bc my $2 burger becomes a $20 order bc he wants 20 nuggets and chips
If I'm tired in the evenings and DD's school dress still looks presentable I sometimes don't iron it
I hardly ever make our bed. Most of the house is neat and clean but our room is always messy bc I leave clothes on the floor
I sometimes make a sanger for supper in the late evening and gorge it in the kitchen so I don't have to make DH anything
I let DS play the Wii far too much but it's a break from the incessant "mum I want a drink" "mum look at this" "mum...mum....mahhhhhm"
26-03-2012 23:13 #169-
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DH thinks I gave up smoking in January, I have my secret stash at work. Weekends are super hard, I find myself wishing it was Monday already so I can shoot into work for that first ciggie - oooooh yeah!
I get maccas on the way home from the gym and tell DH I'll skip dinner, not hungry!
My step-mum once popped in unexpectedly, and I blamed teenage DD and her friends for the messy house, DD's friends hadn't been to the house in a week, I just couldn't be bothered cleaning!
26-03-2012 23:27 #170
Omg love this thread!
I can't remember the last time I dusted, no seriously I can't. Same goes for ironing!
When hubby is home I fake being asleep in the mornings until he gets up with the kids 90% of the time
Sometimes when hubby is home I pretend I don't hear the child calling that they are finished pooping on the toilet or I quickly find something else to do to avoid having to do it.
I purposely sit longer on the loo after finishing when hubby is home so I get 10 min to myself (I'm sure hubby does this too!).
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