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to give this to dc tomorrow?

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ItchyCoo Thu 08-Sep-11 20:41:54

i only have moudly cheese n bread that has green bits on it. its ok to cut these off and use them for samiches tomoz isnt it?

peggotty Thu 08-Sep-11 20:43:39

Not ideal tbh. Can't you pop out to local shop now/in morning?

AuntieMonica Thu 08-Sep-11 20:44:09

i cut the green bits off cheese and feed them to DH all the time

ItchyCoo Thu 08-Sep-11 20:44:54

got no money as bought fags today.

Cockmonkey Thu 08-Sep-11 20:45:04

Send in a 'We are skint today,woe is us.Sob,sob' note

Surely he'll get fed at school?


KittyFane Thu 08-Sep-11 20:45:14

Yes grin I would. Cut it off, taste it first. Old cheese is really strong! Better if you grate it!

Shutupanddrive Thu 08-Sep-11 20:45:47

well as long as you got your gags that's the most important thing eh?

peggotty Thu 08-Sep-11 20:46:05

Er, not sure what to say to that then itchycoo hmm

Shutupanddrive Thu 08-Sep-11 20:46:08


KittyFane Thu 08-Sep-11 20:46:12

Itchy- last post hmm

nancy75 Thu 08-Sep-11 20:46:13

go to school, pretend you forgot packed lunch & your purse ask if he can have school lunch you will pay for it next week

Cockmonkey Thu 08-Sep-11 20:47:01

Give him a few fags,will quell his appetite for sure.


KittyFane Thu 08-Sep-11 20:47:20

Is OP joking?

KittyFane Thu 08-Sep-11 20:48:07

Is Nancy joking? ( forgot purse?)

poppycat04 Thu 08-Sep-11 20:48:44

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GeraldineAubergine Thu 08-Sep-11 20:49:22

I find grated fags make a really nice topping on mouldy cheese on toast, they add that addictive, tarry je ne se quois.

nancy75 Thu 08-Sep-11 20:49:25

no, if you do genuinely forget a childs packed lunch and don't have any money on you most school will let the child have school dinner and you can pay the next day

Iggly Thu 08-Sep-11 20:49:30


SugarCoatedTits Thu 08-Sep-11 20:49:52

IT's only a bit of mould - what's stilton after all. And penicillin for that matter.

Probably help keep nasty bugs at bay, don't you think.

Cockmonkey Thu 08-Sep-11 20:50:53

Seriously OP,cut off the mould.He won't know.

Cheese never goes off in my opinion.

KittyFane Thu 08-Sep-11 20:51:30

Nancy - yes the word I was thinking of was genuinely.....

ItchyCoo Thu 08-Sep-11 20:51:34

i thought it was penicillin dc's arent allergic to nothing.

SherlockHolmes Thu 08-Sep-11 20:52:17

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SherlockHolmes Thu 08-Sep-11 20:53:11

And in case anyone is thinking of REALLY giving their children mouldy food - by the time you can see mould on food it's already covered with mould you can't see. So don't eat it.

TheSecondComing Thu 08-Sep-11 20:54:27

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