When I have cravings and eat all hubby's choccie, I buy more packs and hide the receipts and pretend like he is nuts when he says there are more in the pack then when he last had some.
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30-03-2012 19:55 #11
30-03-2012 20:14 #12
That reminds me of when i was a teenager, my parents were away on holidays... we had a party, myself and my brother had some friends around. Thought we got away with it except that a week later my mum found a glass full of ciggy and reefer butts hidden behind the armchair - oops! And the anonymous lost pair of girls knickers that was found in the spare room bed, the owner was never located (and it wasn't me but I don't think they believed me lol)
30-03-2012 20:16 #13
GothChick, my husband is ****ing himself laughing at your story.
I love it!
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30-03-2012 20:29 #15
Lol I don't think mine competes with goths lol
My mum has a beautiful cream wool jumper that she had saved up and brought for herself, it was her pride and joy. She went away for the weekend and her last words being "don't wear my jumper". Being 16 and rebelling of course I had to wear it. Thinking she would never know I washed it and put it through the dryer. Big mistake! When it finally dried I pulled it out of the dryer to discover it was now a size 00. There went my pocket money for the next year. :-(
30-03-2012 20:39 #16
I woke up really early one morning and decided that I was starving. I went straight to the fridge and cut myself the biggest piece of chocloate cake.....it had the thickest icing and was filled with m&ms. DH had decided to get out of bed and walk into the kitchen just as I had stuffed half of the slice in my mouth. He was like WTH are you doing!?!?!? I was like errr I was dry retching because I was so hungry so I went for the first thing I saw in the fridge. I was acting all matter of a fact, like it was no big deal because I was so embarressed (poorest excuse ever!!). He was quite disgusted and honestly Im suprised he could hear me talking because my words were so muffled by the gigantic piece of cake I was stuffing down! Oh N I have no idea why I wanted a piece of cake so early in the morning it was just a spurr of the moment thing...kinda grosses me out when I think about it now
30-03-2012 21:29 #17
ha ha Purple that's hilarious and i can so picture myself doing the same thing (If i ever had an M&M cake that made it to the fridge hehe)
30-03-2012 21:33 #18
30-03-2012 21:57 #19
eep no Purple you are not alone! Trying to think of an example... I can't remember ever getting caught red handed like that but there was one time i said something like 'geez those beer-crackers sure are popular in your house' and he said 'yeah, they are, you ate the entire box' (I had been snacking on them all afternoon and he was right, I demolished it!)
So where do you get a cake with thick icing full of M&M's? Did you make it? That sounds like my dream cake
30-03-2012 22:44 #20
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