Yes, he admitted that he hated doing it. If I don't, then he'll eat crappy junk food and I would rather make his lunch then watch him die of a heart attack!
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30-06-2013 06:54 #21
30-06-2013 06:55 #22
What do your partners get? Ideas would be great too. (snacks too)
30-06-2013 06:57 #23
Haha and it'd be my df making brekky/lunch/dinner for your dh .
Nope I have never made him lunch as he worked in restaurants before going to the mines. If he worked a normal job and I was still a sahm then I would as a lil show of appreciation.
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30-06-2013 06:58 #24
My hubby does FIFO so no.
But when he was home if we had left overs I would set it all up in a bag in the fridge for him.. But 3/5 times he would forget it, so I would take it myself lol
30-06-2013 07:00 #25Senior Member
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No, hubby cooks his own at the farm and wouldn't eat a packed lunch. I'd be more than happy to on the days I was making one for me.
30-06-2013 07:17 #26
No, much to MIL's disgust.
But he does take leftovers probably 2-3 times a week.
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30-06-2013 07:37 #27
30-06-2013 07:48 #28
No.... He runs a pub.... He has chefs to cook his meals...but if he didn't I would prob just send him with left overs .... To save money and time
30-06-2013 08:07 #29Senior Member
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I have made my DH's lunch many times but I don't do it on a regular basis. He normally takes leftovers or sometimes he buys lunch. If I have time with DS not wanting my attention and we have stuff then yes ill make it.
Nothing wrong with making DH's lunch! I should actually do it more often. He works very hard for us (I work too yes, but only part time) and he is a tradie so a lot of physical work which is very tiring. Often he also isn't near shops at lunch if he's at someone's house so I feel bad when he doesn't get to eat lunch.
30-06-2013 08:10 #30
I always make extra dinner and pack it and he just throws in some snacks.
If he's going onto nightshift I cook him a full meal at lunch time with leftovers.
I don't think it's a big deal.
When I was working he used to drop me down meals he'd cook.
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