to eat ds's curlwurly while he sleeps?

(84 Posts)
DottiestDoris Fri 27-Dec-13 21:18:09

it's in his selection box and I REALLY fancy it. He prefers chomps so it's not that unreasonable, surely?!

BohemianGirl Fri 27-Dec-13 21:18:58

Are you really that greedy?

stgeorgiaandthedragon Fri 27-Dec-13 21:24:28

YANBU! They are lovely!

DottiestDoris Fri 27-Dec-13 21:28:40

Bohemian-it appears sogrin
You're clearly above temptation of this nature?

BohemianGirl Fri 27-Dec-13 21:29:32

I don't like chocolate. And I don't steal from my children.

SecretNutellaFix Fri 27-Dec-13 21:29:52

How old is he?
I hope you are prepared for the mother and father of all temper tantrums when he finds it gone if he's under eight

BohemianGirl Fri 27-Dec-13 21:30:04

~ should read " I don't steal"

Coldlightofday Fri 27-Dec-13 21:31:59

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Ha ha stealing!? Replace it tomorrow.

DottiestDoris Fri 27-Dec-13 21:33:49

Well Nutella, he's only 2. So he hasn't really got much concept of how much or what is in the box. Does that make it any better??

Gladvent Fri 27-Dec-13 21:34:11

OP I don't know how you can live with yourself really I don't. You greedy greedy thief. (I would eat everything in selection box and pretend it never existed ;) )

DottiestDoris Fri 27-Dec-13 21:35:16

oooh very...tempting solution but I fear I'd eat that too and start a vicious and potentially weighty circle.

My son would cry if someone ate his CurlyWurly or his chocolate buttons.

But he's 4.

CasperGutman Fri 27-Dec-13 21:41:53

Of course YANBU. It's a classic case if "you snooze, you lose." Right?

CasperGutman Fri 27-Dec-13 21:42:22

Of course YANBU. It's a classic case if "you snooze, you lose." Right?

DottiestDoris Fri 27-Dec-13 21:43:12

Oh I wouldn't do it if I knew it would make him cry. I think I'm tempted cos I know he's young and won't notice. And I'm greedy, as Bohemian kindly pointed out.

PurplePidjin Fri 27-Dec-13 21:45:11

I just stole saved ds from some marauding smarties.

He's 13 months and my first. I'm testing the theory that if he doesn't know what sweets are, he can't whine and throw tantrums about them at checkouts. I will probably be proven spectacularly wrong, but until then all chocolate belongs to me <bwahahahahaaa>

pigletmania Fri 27-Dec-13 21:46:10

Yabvvvvvvvvvvu x1 trillion. You naughty thief you grin. You are doing him a favour, chocolate is not good for toddlers, especially chewy ones like curly whirly

DottiestDoris Fri 27-Dec-13 21:48:18

grin Casper

Purple-like it. It's worth a try!

I've actually got a 2month old ds too, so when ds1 gets wise to the wandering curlywurlies, I can target his instead. Although that's not the main reason we had him.

littleblackno Fri 27-Dec-13 23:51:11

My ds ( nearly 8) gives me all chocolate bars that have nuts in as he doesn't like nuts.
It's amazing how many bars have nuts in them... crunchies mainly! grin

friday16 Fri 27-Dec-13 23:53:11

The only chocolate bar named after a canal, trivia fans.

FreudiansSlipper Fri 27-Dec-13 23:55:12

sharing is caring

that is the moto in this house when i pinch some of ds chocolates

timidviper Fri 27-Dec-13 23:56:01

Do it! When he is a teenager he will eat everything that is his, yours or anybody else's. Get your revenge in first! grin

ArgyMargy Fri 27-Dec-13 23:57:40

Pathetic. You are an adult.

FreudiansSlipper Sat 28-Dec-13 00:00:42

exactly you are the adult you make the decisions do not let a little thing like ownership get in the way

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