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    Default Does anyone else find...

    That their otherwise kinda lazy partners really pick up their game when camping?

    Mine really doesn't do much at all around the house, but come camping and he insists on washing up after every meal, he cooks most meals, does most of the unpacking/setting up and packing up, spends way more time one on one with DD, and the list goes on... It could just be a macho thing perhaps?

    It's quite strange, but I'm not complaining! I was just reading about someone else's lazy partner doing nothing around the house, and thought maybe more ppl need to try out my camping theory to get a good break

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    MOTH isnt lazy, but is certainly more gastronomically inclined when we are away, and is a very very tidy camper, moreso than tidy around the house.

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    Oh yeah! I'm frantically nodding my head over here.

    It is almost worth considering camping more often. Even if it means catching our dinner with bare hands and pooing in a hole in the ground. (Oops, that might have been TMI)

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    Yep here too, I agree that it's a macho thing, it's like man bs wild or something lol or maybe it's just the fresh air lol


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