I threw a box of sultanas in the bin today because it was really teeming with ants. Got out of the shower 15 mins later and found DS sitting at his table eating a box of sultanas...
He's totally fine! 😁
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20-04-2016 18:05 #21
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20-04-2016 18:44 #22
Eat, especially if an emergency. And by emergency I mean:
No other chocolate available
Only white chocolate available
All kids easter eggs have already been eaten
More than 4 hours have passed since last chocolate consumption.
20-04-2016 18:47 #23
Bahahahahahahaha @ micro poo!
Made my night!
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20-04-2016 19:36 #24
20-04-2016 20:06 #25
I keep all chocolate in the fridge once it's opened no chance of it beung spoiled.
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20-04-2016 21:21 #29
I've eaten ants once. They were through my museli and I didn't realise. They taste like they smell.
20-04-2016 21:22 #30
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