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Aibu in thinking that hot chocolate won't fix ds' broken heart

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Hotbot Sun 11-May-14 15:57:10

Caused because of being sent to his room for upsetting his sister.
Dramatic much .?

Hotbot Sun 11-May-14 16:10:38

He is 4 and had real tears but perked up when I asked if a kiss would help,he assured me only hot choc would work......

BolshierAyraStark Sun 11-May-14 16:51:10

Tbf hot choc does have pretty good healing powers-top marks for his canniness...

Andrewofgg Sun 11-May-14 17:24:50

That boy will go far . . .

Hotbot Sun 11-May-14 17:30:02

Yes, I can't believe I was had, up until then his heart was going to be broken for ever.


EatShitDerek Sun 11-May-14 17:33:20

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Allalonenow Sun 11-May-14 17:36:29

Nothing beats hot chocolate for mending a broken heart, except hot chocolate and nutella on toast.

flumperoo Sun 11-May-14 18:14:23

Isn't chocolate the ONLY thing that mends a broken heart? That and/or wine?

Hotbot Sun 11-May-14 18:21:11

Hmm,yes I suppose you are all right, but when did my adorable little boy get soooo manipulative?
Stickers will maybe try that one, I was also stung for "mallows" after all it won't be real then will it mummy - looks at me lovingly.

HillyHolbrook Sun 11-May-14 18:30:45

Yes, he's too little for wine so chocolate has to do.

Make him Nutella hot chocolate. DSis got dumped for the first time on Friday and has been at my house in her pjs drinking gallons of it since then, with marshmallows and a side of cake and cookies of course. It's the only way. Though now she's upset because it's going to make her fat and then nobody will ever love her again. Apparently.hmm <pats potbelly>

Hotbot Sun 11-May-14 18:35:13

Oh god , I have a dd who is 7 I am dreading hormones and boys......tho it will be nice to curl up and cry endlessly and watch a dreadful movie

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sun 11-May-14 20:14:53

One of the first sentences my DC learned was " Chocolate gives Mummy good temper"

So your DS is spot-on wink

CoffeeTea103 Sun 11-May-14 20:15:49

He sounds so cutesmile

FunnyFoot Sun 11-May-14 20:20:17

If chocolate was free then the world would be a happy place.

It solves all problems and makes you feel all cuddly inside.

The End.

Oblomov Sun 11-May-14 20:30:35

If he's been sent to his room. Then
No treat ( hot chocolate) should be offered.

FunnyFoot Sun 11-May-14 20:37:00


This thread is not that kind of thread.
Take it somewhere else.

Itsfab Sun 11-May-14 20:41:14


CheckpointCharlie Sun 11-May-14 20:43:51

Oh bless, real tears, agree with coffeetea103 snuggle him up and eat him!

not really obv

SpeedwellBlue Sun 11-May-14 20:45:02

How do you make Nutella hot chocolate?

NearTheWindymill Sun 11-May-14 20:52:00

As soon as he can be trusted teach him how to make mummy "hot tea".

Hotbot Mon 12-May-14 06:43:28

Nagar, good advice but I really think in our house the only thing with t should be a g..... With ice

Cheers everyone.

MammaTJ Mon 12-May-14 06:55:17

Isn't chocolate the ONLY thing that mends a broken heart? That and/or wine?

It is inappropriate to give 4 year olds wine! shock

OwlCapone Mon 12-May-14 07:10:12

This thread is not that kind of thread.
Take it somewhere else.

Who put you in charge? hmm

Regardless, the OP is wrong because clearly hot chocolate would have cured this particular broken heart.

I also happen to agree with Oblomov.

nooka Mon 12-May-14 07:36:50

My dd loves hot chocolate and it has been used to cheer her up many a time, and I am sure will go on doing so (ds and I prefer tea). I'm afraid that I wouldn't be producing it after a squabble with her brother though (apart from any other reason we'd have no chocolate left in the house!)

Nocomet Mon 12-May-14 07:42:29

Hot chocolate is how DD1(16) cheers up DD2(13).

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