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to think this is the best persuasive argument to eat chocolate ever?

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GretaGip Fri 12-Aug-11 11:36:01

DS just came and asked if he ciuld have a MatchMmmaker because he was worried that the open packet was making the cupboard smell of mint.

He's a very creative 5.

grin

usualsuspect Fri 12-Aug-11 11:36:36

grin

itisnearlysummer Fri 12-Aug-11 11:47:38

That's brilliant. With that argument, why wouldn't you eat a MatchMaker?

WhiteTrash Fri 12-Aug-11 11:49:25

Genius!

JustFiveMinutesHAHAHA Fri 12-Aug-11 11:49:31

grin

Perfect reason - well done LittleGip

Smellslikecatpee Fri 12-Aug-11 13:37:35

I like that one!

My best (IMO) was I had to have some to hide the smaeel of the wine on my breath which I had drunk to hide the smell of Chips!! grin

Didn't work

ChaosTrulyReigns Sat 13-Aug-11 00:09:43

Excellent Smellslike.

I like your train of thought.

grin

He's got another method too, but I'm wise to it.

I give him something sweets/crisps or so on. He eats 90% of it, declares he's not keen and therefore he ought to have something else instead.

Oh ho no.

grin

ChaosTrulyReigns Sat 13-Aug-11 00:10:10

Oh, Im Greta, too.

confused

Valpollicella Sat 13-Aug-11 00:13:19

Oh, DS does that too.

hmm

Re biscuits

'But if we leave them open they go all soft like cake, and I know I don't like cake, but I know you do. But they are my biscuits. Daddy's not allowed any and you don't want to get fat by eating them all before the go soft. So it's best I have them now...Yes?'

Me: hmm

brillopads Sat 13-Aug-11 00:17:56

Match makers? We only get those in at Christmas go this household. However should I be concerned about my Wispa going stale, it's been in the cupboard for well over 24hours now

Valpollicella Sat 13-Aug-11 00:21:13

It's been in there 24 hours....ugh. Don't eat that now....way past it's best.

Wispa's usual shelf life is between shop and home...?

ThePopsicleKat Sat 13-Aug-11 00:25:42

Mmm matchmakers! Haven't had those in a long time.

I think you absolutely ought to do something about that wispa, brillopads. It's bound to go off. Or attract vermin. Better get rid quick, you'll be doing your household a favour.

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