Monday, 10 April 2017

D.I.V.O.R.C.E.


I went to fat club late this evening and left the cottage all cozy and toasty for the Prof on his return from work.
A chicken curry was warming in the oven and the dogs were all sorted
When I finally got home the fucker had eaten his AND my half of the curry!
I was so mad I could have clubbed  Julie Andrews to death with her own guitar

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  1. I would sulk and pout and make damn sure he makes it up to you for a very long time. Annd

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    1. The bugger just shrugged his shoulders and said " I thought there was a lot in the pot"

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  2. It happens all the time in my house. You need to leave a note! I frequently make food that disappears before I get to eat it!

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    1. He has a PhD!!!!!!!!

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    2. Even more reason to leave a note! His head is probably somewhere else along with his common sense!! Never mind, you live and learn. You could try hiding food but the dogs might let you down!!!

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    3. A PhD - so what? He ought to more considerate.

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  3. Welllllllllll. . . it seemed it was tasty !

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. I wouldnt fucking know whould I?

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    2. ummmmmmm, yes did he at least clean up ?

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  4. The gall of that man! Hehe! Let one of the dogs piddle into his favorite shoes, I say!

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  5. It happens here too. And definitely leads to hissy fits.

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    1. Hissy fit! I aint even started !

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  6. Tammy Wynette channeling Psycho tonight then. Expect the Prof was just being thoughtful: less grub = svelte John. Was there much shouting?

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    1. I turned into a tight lipped bette davis

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  7. Been there and it does truly piss a person off!

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  8. oh god...i know the feeling. husbands!

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  9. the prof owes you 2 scotch eggs and a nice lunch/dinner out at a posh restaurant.

    that being said, marriage...men...aughhhhhhhhhhh!

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  10. There's only one way to put a stop to it John, suggest that it might be time for him to join you at fat club - then run!

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    1. Can you mention it tomorrow?

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    2. I will indeed - followed swiftly by an application to be your PA ... :o)

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    3. Yi dont pay as well but I'm more fun x

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  11. Isn't it wonderful, he likes your cooking.

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  12. At least it wasn't your pavlova! Spinning doesn't describe that one and I don't mean exercise class. And to add insult to injury, the dog was licking the plate when I came in the door. I am single now.

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  13. Oinker!!! I'd be pissed too.

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  14. Definitely grounds for divorce! Lawyer up!

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  15. He owes you dinner out and a present of some sort ..
    Then maybe you will let him sleep in the bedroom again.

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  16. Selfish pig..give him a good blast from me. I'm told I'm kind of scary when mad so act it up really well.

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  17. your cooking just must be too good. LOL

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  18. He just couldn't help himself, it was just that good! You have only yourself to blame for being such a good cook! Just kidding, make him cook and wash the dishes for a month.

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  19. reminds me of my homemade pecan pie made for Christmas Dinner Desert. I left it cooling while I went about other chores walked back through the kitchen to find A HUGE piece missing!
    He, Who Ate It, had a very rough Christmas Eve.

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  20. Hahahahahaha!!!!!! Crikey ..... you were mad alright? You could have clubbed Julie Andrews to death with her own guitar???????????? Fair dinkum!! That's about as angry as anyone could get, aye?? Or is it???

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  21. Oh, that's definitely cause for slitty eyes and pinched mouth!! Leave him notes from now on, telling him exactly how much he's allowed to have. And don't be overly generous the first few times, either :)

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  22. Pay backs are hell . . .

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  23. I am sure he was just trying to help you out on your diet. Between no dinner and your rage, you should be down two pounds tomorrow.

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  24. He had best cleaned up the mess. Next time i cooked the louse a meal it would have a surprise in it.

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  25. Definitely grounds for divorce. I hope you sent him out for a replacement takeaway!

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  26. I know most time in United States now...One can all always find grounds for a divorce.
    Coffee is on

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  27. the divorce would be justified but you would probably feel like the loser ;)

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  28. I guess there is a bit to be said for living alone...no one eats my food...

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  29. I'm sorry you didn't get to eat what you had cooked. Is the Prof spoiled; anyways just cook 2 dishes next time. I was over at my bestie's house tonight watching DWTS. She grilled burger and I cut up homemade french fries. At 6, she said " Gabs that's enough." I listen to her as I always do. We ate our meal while watching the telly. I put my plate up but saw more homemade french fried potatoes 🥔 and I brought them back in my hand. She told me she wanted them for lunch tomorrow. Heck no, I wanted to cook more. 😉

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  30. No matter how mad or deranged you may be, I don't think it's possible to want to harm Julie Andrews.

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  31. I hope he had indigestion x

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  32. Rile and fume not. There's sure to be a box of chocs on the way, likely along with a bunch of roses and a scotch egg or two. Just you wait and see. (Tee hee!)

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  33. It wouldn't have been so bad if you hadn't been to Fat Club. Nobody eats before going so you are really hungry when you get back. I do sympathise.

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  34. In gobbling most of your curry, I guess that The Prof was following the instructions of Dick - his personal fitness coach. Besides, sitting on your bottom reading theses and academic papers is no doubt hungry work. Like cattle ranching or deep coal mining.

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  35. I would have made him fix something for MY dinner!

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  36. Diet club would make you want to eat the pot... glad Julie isn't a local then.
    Hope you managed an egg or two and to put a positive spin on it the Prof probably saved you heaps of calories... the pot wouldn't add many :)

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  37. Consider it a compliment to the chef! :) Hugs! deb

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  38. I thought Tammy wyenette sang about divorce. Didn't Julie sing about her favourite things? Not Prof by the sound of things.

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  39. WELL, that is The Dizzy Limit!! I know who'd be cooking all the meals during the Easter break if that happened in our house........
    Poor you! Have a Scotch Egg, and another ... and then perhaps a chocolate Easter egg!

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  40. It sounds to me like the Prof is trying to help you lose weight... by starving you!

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  41. When the chicken curry is all gone, when the bee stings, when you're feeling sad, just think of a few of your favorite things and then you won't feel.... so bad!

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  42. Yes, just like coal mining.
    (Helplessly giggling)

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