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shinynewusername Sun 06-Mar-16 13:54:55

Inspired by MD of course but this applies 365 days a year for me. AIBU to find the whole idea of crumbs, jam, greasy butter stains - let alone a fry-up - in bed repulsive? I never ever have breakfast in bed, even on holiday. Now Prosecco in bed, that's a different matter entirely.. grin

RudeElf Sun 06-Mar-16 13:57:12

Oh same!! I'm not fully awake if i'm still in bed, definitely not awake if ive been woken to eat toast! DCs did it once year and i just couldnt eat it. It would have been like force feeding a sleeping baby grin

CharleyDavidson Sun 06-Mar-16 13:57:29

YADNBU.
I hate soggy cereal, cold toast and hate eating in my bed.

My dds have been well trained over the years. They bring me a lovely cuppa and leave it at that.

shinynewusername Sun 06-Mar-16 13:57:56

PS In case anyone is wondering, this is not a PA dig at my DC - my DsC are now grown up so I'm safe from laboriously manhandled croissants on a grimy tray wink

PommelandCantle Sun 06-Mar-16 13:58:45

YANBU at all. Thanks for the Prosecco tip, Iigjt give. That a try smile

MajesticSeaFlapFlap Sun 06-Mar-16 13:58:51

I love eating in bed.
Im a messy eater though so i eat on dp's side so my bit of bed stays pristine.

<arsehole>

shinynewusername Sun 06-Mar-16 13:59:25

Iigjt give. That a try

Are you sure you haven't been trying it already? wink

RudeElf Sun 06-Mar-16 13:59:48

grin majestic!

HarrietSchulenberg Sun 06-Mar-16 14:01:08

Snap! I can't bear any food or drink in bed as it's for relaxing and sleeping in. It's just not comfortable to eat thw minute I wake up, propped up with pillows like an old-fashioned invalid.
Good job no-one bothered attempting to feed me in bed this moening, then.

WutheringFrights Sun 06-Mar-16 14:06:26

I love breakfast in bed!
However i's kind of being enforced on me at present, as is lunch and dinner as I'm in bed recovering from pneumonia.
DH on the other hand, hates breakfast in bed - I have told him if he complains once more about the crumbs I'll clean my plate on his side of the sheet...

GruntledOne Sun 06-Mar-16 14:11:37

I love it, it's so relaxing and comfortable. And I manage to keep crumbs out of the bed perfectly easily.

TheWoodenSpoonOfMischief Sun 06-Mar-16 14:13:26

I hate it too. It reminds me of being ill and I can't bear the mess.

HairySubject Sun 06-Mar-16 14:14:05

Oh I agree! I have a 'no eating bedroom' but this morning DD brought me some cold toast with a tiny scrape if butter in the middle and I had to eat it like it was the best breakfast I ever had.
Then I got up, changed the sheets and got the hoover out.
It's the thought that counts though.

NeedACleverNN Sun 06-Mar-16 14:14:47

I enjoy it. I had roast sausages in bed.. But I had it on a tray still didn't stop me dripping gravy down my top though grin

FirstWeTakeManhattan Sun 06-Mar-16 14:18:10

YANBU. We don't have food upstairs, and I loathe eating in bed. I would if the DC came up with a tray of offerings, but otherwise no. Cup of tea, glass of Prosecco, absolutely fine.

Bearcatt Sun 06-Mar-16 14:39:26

I never even want a cup of tea or coffee in bed, let alone food.
DH, on the other hand loves a cup of tea in bed if I am going to work on a weekend.

OurBlanche Sun 06-Mar-16 14:43:56

I get coffee at 6 am every weekday. Saturdays, 7 am and toast at 8ish. Sundays is scrambled egg on toast with bacon.

It is a routine we have had for years, DSis was a bit surprised on her first visit to the new house, when DH strolled into her room and delivered her Sunday breakfast too smile

MissMoo22 Sun 06-Mar-16 14:57:40

I don't like it because DP can't cook to save his life so I get a plate of brown things. Burnt (or when he's trying really hard, not as burnt) sausage, rock hard bacon, something that could be white pudding or maybe a rissole. Cold toast. No egg, no beans. Tea without the sugar.

I just say mmmm and force it down though because I don't want to be a cunt.

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