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    Default Hiding treats from spouse & kids

    Does anyone else do this? It doesn't happen often as I try not to have much junk food in the house. However yesterday I bought some vanilla yoyo biscuits from a farmers market in town, and I'm not telling anyone about them (packet of 6, had two yesterday, one so far today).

    The good thing about DP is that I don't have to try hard to hide them. In fact here's a pic, he hasn't noticed them yet:
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    Recently he discovered this packet of wafers that came in a hamper, and said "How long did you hide these from me?" Apparently this constitutes hiding things, haha
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    Is it any wonder that men can never find their stuff? Lol

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    I don't hide from DH - he forgets half the time. DS is not quite 4. I hide stuff from him. But hiding means top shelf of pantry/fridge.

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    I don't hide food from kiddo. He likes to store his food the same as me. He loves licorice from the freezer(I have compromised and now put mine in the fridge if there is no room). If we have chocolate, it's usually in fridge or freezer. Kiddo will ask before he has any.

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    I have draws under my bed where I keep clean linen for when I change it. My lollies go in there. Because no one Else would ever think to change the sheets in the bed lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    I have draws under my bed where I keep clean linen for when I change it. My lollies go in there. Because no one Else would ever think to change the sheets in the bed lol
    Haha, good thinking! Most of the time I like to share yummy things, but just once in a while I like to enjoy something indulgent by myself. Though I might give the remaining yoyos to DS tonight (I ate another one so there's only two left ).

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    There's a story my gran likes to tell and it is kinda funny.

    Shortly after gran and granddad got married, they lived with his parents while they were building a house, about a week after they moved in gran wanted to hide some Belgian chocolate from gramps (he's a chocoholic) so she hid them in the bottom of the old grand father clock that was in the house, later that day he found the chocolates and ate them all.

    She went to get them out a few days later only to find an empty box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mason98 View Post
    There's a story my gran likes to tell and it is kinda funny.

    Shortly after gran and granddad got married, they lived with his parents while they were building a house, about a week after they moved in gran wanted to hide some Belgian chocolate from gramps (he's a chocoholic) so she hid them in the bottom of the old grand father clock that was in the house, later that day he found the chocolates and ate them all.

    She went to get them out a few days later only to find an empty box.
    Cheeky gramps! Haha

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    Lol, love it! I hide my dutch licorice and chocolate bullets, either in a mushroom paper bag (no mushrooms in there) in the fridge vegie crisper or my latest hidey spot which is to keep a frozen vegie bag and put them in that in the freezer!

    So far, so good, noone including DH has spotted my hidden goodies!

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    I have to hide mine from DP. He'll easily eat a full block of chocolate or packet of M&Ms/Maltesers in one sitting! I keep any of the above mentioned treats in one of my drawers, tucked underneath the clothes. Absolutely zero chance he'd ever go anywhere near there I sometimes laugh to myself thinking about our neighbours across the road, who, if they really tried, can just peer into our bedroom window where my tall boy is and see me frantically scoffing M&Ms when DD has just pushed me too far

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    Lol, love it! I hide my dutch licorice and chocolate bullets, either in a mushroom paper bag (no mushrooms in there) in the fridge vegie crisper or my latest hidey spot which is to keep a frozen vegie bag and put them in that in the freezer!

    So far, so good, noone including DH has spotted my hidden goodies!
    Or they have and realised how vom worthy licorice is and are waiting for something more delicious to turn up!

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