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Ideas for a book of favour vochers?

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Knakard Mon 15-Dec-08 20:13:00

Every year as well as buy each other a gift for Xmas me and dh also have to make each other a present.

This year ive decided to make him a booklet of vouchers for favours, he does do the bulk of the house work (as i work longer hours) so have made alot of them house work based.

So far i have;

Do the washing up on his turn
Lie in past 11am
Cook a meal of his choice
At his beck and call for an evening
An evening of uniteruped sport on tv with no moaning from me
Do all the night feeds/wakening for 3 days
And a few obligitary sexual favours

Any more ideas as im now stumped?

scorpio1 Mon 15-Dec-08 20:14:43

wash the car
clean his shoes
a back rub
make him lunch (if he takes packed lunch to work)

dizzyjingles Mon 15-Dec-08 20:16:13

babysitting for a guilt free lads night out

mowing the lawn/taking out the bins/valeting the car?

FrannyandZooey Mon 15-Dec-08 20:19:22

run him a bath and bring him tea and toast when lying in it
iron shirts?
buy his mother's birthday present

Knakard Mon 15-Dec-08 20:20:40

Great stuff, love the wash car that will go down really well as will the bins and the lads night out!

Keep them coming!

Knakard Mon 15-Dec-08 20:23:11

Oh he'll love the tea and toast in bath!

FrannyandZooey Mon 15-Dec-08 20:24:18

i would be quite happy with that one myself envy

Knakard Mon 15-Dec-08 20:28:35

Yeah i have to say i hope my 'made' present is the bloody good!

Also were a bit skint at the minute (arent we all) so to try and manage our money better and reduce argument be now both get 'pocket money' each month to spend as we choose. Nearly all of his goes on his varoious sports and hobbies and he never has any left and his blackbelt grading is coming up and once he pays for it he will have NO money atall that month. Where as i dont really spend much and have most of it stashed away so the last voucher in the book is going to say ill pay for his grading.

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