Friday, 7 August 2015

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6.40 am
On the way to the station
John: " You'll have to get your own teathis evening"
The Prof" I hate The Flower Show"

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  1. He could have avocado with nuts!!

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  2. Husbands eh? He'll have to get a take-away.
    Hope the flower show goes swimmingly.

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  3. Margot and Jerry....except it's The Flower Show, not The Music Society...and they have 'dinner'...

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  4. Shrove Tuesday snippet: 'Gone out. Your supper's on the ceiling'. (Old ones...)

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  5. You should have got him a cheap ready meal. Pierce top and microwave for four minutes. Surely he could manage that? Bangers and mash, chili con carne with rice... I wish I had time to submit a novelty vegetable entry in the image of The Prof - I would use a turnip for the head.

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  6. Poor dear, he'll get over it.

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  7. When he sees how happy it makes you, he will come around. Good Luck

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  8. he's a big boy, he will survive. you have something better to do.

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  9. He should be bringing YOU a takeaway on his way home. Huh .... husbands eh!!

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  10. so do you manage to say that guilt free?

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  11. Surely for just one evening he can manage a couple of fried egg sandwiches? (Ambrosial!)

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  12. you'll find a way of making it up to him!

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  14. I am sure the husband won't starve. I have at times been forced to boil an egg for myself or cook some toast.

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  15. oh how he suffers...

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  16. Remember to have fun.

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  17. wahahahahahahahahaha !
    Take Away time.
    Perfect.

    cheers, parsnip

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  18. Did he really say that? Or did you 'clean' it up a bit?

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  19. I suppose that means he won't be having a slice of Gay Gordon's cake. If he were to drop by here, I could give him a Scotch egg. But, it's a bit out of his way.

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  20. Oh, poor lamb, he'll have to have toast! X

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  21. The Prof has to turn the kettle on and pour out his own tea? Oh the humanity.
    MIssFifi

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  22. I think your "tea" is our "dinner"/"supper" - the main meal of the day, eaten in the evening ...? Anyway, when I tell my husband he will have to get his own supper, he says "no problem" and I come home to find he hasn't eaten and claims he wasn't hungry - but the minute I make something for me, he suddenly finds his appetite!

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  23. No, he LOVES IT, don't you Chris?? 'Cause it makes your John all giddy like a school girl, just the way he was when he first caught your eye.

    Right?

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  24. Mine likes a chance to cook because he can make fried onions with a small amount of other ingredients for seasoning and more onions on the side. For this reason, he only gets to cook when I am not going to be eating it!

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