(17 Posts)
LiviaDrusillaAugusta Sat 27-Aug-16 03:26:55

This is a ZOMBIE thread - it's three years' old! I would imagine it's all been sorted now....

Puddington Sat 27-Aug-16 02:14:09

lol! Sometimes I think my DP has only cultivated a love for dark chocolate so he can stash away things I won't accidentally eat blush

sireni1 Sat 27-Aug-16 01:35:28

if he ate the reed ones he is a brave man than me!

you would most definitely not be unreasonable to leave him!
on Wednesday my dp decided to take my dairy milk out of the fridge and put it in the cupboard.
when I went to eat it I had to make do with soft,warm choccy.
I am currently looking for houses to let.

Mouserama Sat 24-Aug-13 05:32:03

Ah, thank you! I've been trying to figure out what LTB stood for for weeks..

OP - definitely LTB - eating your chocolate is unforgivable...

MissMuesli Fri 23-Aug-13 21:51:05

Not sure what AFAIC means but I quite like the PHITC abbreviation, seems apt in this scenario!

bittenipples Fri 23-Aug-13 21:47:21

mouse LTB means Leave The Bastard.

And OP should AFAIC.


maddening Fri 23-Aug-13 21:46:33

well the supermarkets are open 24 hours these days - send him out for more.

mouserama LTB = leave the bastard

bittenipples Fri 23-Aug-13 21:44:56

LTB at least three times. In one day. Then leave him again.

That'll learn him. Grrrrr!

<shakes fist>

Mouserama Fri 23-Aug-13 21:44:26

What does LTB mean?!

LalyRawr Fri 23-Aug-13 21:33:09

I wouldn't convict you!

In fact I could I probably provide an alibi in exchange for some of the replacement chocolates.

They were the red ones... What a wankstain

Only if they were the red ones! grin

SPBisResisting Fri 23-Aug-13 21:30:35

Are you anyehere near a 24h supermarket? If so he can redeem himself. Get him to call you when he's on his way back. If he's not got them, chuck his stuff out in bin bags and lock the door.
(And dial a dairy milk)

MissMuesli Fri 23-Aug-13 21:27:53

Murder would be more appropriate. Definitely defendable in court.

He ate my lindor.....

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