So I'm a terrible emotional eater, terrible muriel doesn't come close! Yesterday we went to a gorgeous little euro bakery and got a quant little cheesecake. I greedily ate my half yesterday ;(
This morning I opened the fridge and DH's half was still there, he'd forgotten to take it to work!
Needless to say, now it's all gone whoops!
I only eat the top and leave a centimetre above the crumbs as I can't eat wheat, so the entire base is left with one centimetre of filling on top (looks beautiful, like it's previously been thrown in someones face)
So, do I:
Own up to eating it and cop a well deserved serve?
Throw it all in the bin and hope he forgets about it?
Rush back to the bakery and buy another half!!!
No, I can't be trusted with other peoples desserts!
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09-07-2012 10:00 #1
The missing cheesecake...
09-07-2012 10:02 #2
I would hope he forgets but if he brings it up I would say sorry you forgot to take it so your loss!
How can you honestly expect someone to stay home all day with cheese cake and not touch! Talk about unrealistic expectations!
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09-07-2012 10:06 #3
Could you tell him something gross leaked on it in the fridge and you had to chuck it out ?
09-07-2012 10:06 #4
Ha ha I've eaten DH's lunch before if he forgets to take it to work. Too bad, so sad! I could not have resisted cheesecake just sitting there!
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09-07-2012 10:09 #5
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09-07-2012 10:13 #7
I would just own up. It's just cake. I eat DH's lunch all the time if he forgets to take it. He gets cranky (usually because he is looking forward it eating it when he gets home). It's just food. If you had done something like flushed ashes down the toilet or something... Then I would be worried about how to handle it.
09-07-2012 10:13 #8
Own up and replace it.
Poor dh! He might be at work dreaming about having the cheesecake when he gets home!!
09-07-2012 10:19 #9
I would just buy another one for him. Maybe buy another full one and you can sneakily eat another half and he would never have to know it ever happened
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I have done stuff like this before. I always just own up and offer to replace it.
DH knows i have a hard time not eating delicious food if it is left with me..
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