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i know that really, i am but i weant you all to come and be on my side and agree with me.

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themildmanneredjanitor Thu 18-Sep-08 20:48:21

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wahwah Thu 18-Sep-08 20:50:09

oh I agree.

Bluestocking Thu 18-Sep-08 20:50:38

OK, but can't you enjoy the peace and quiet?

hecate Thu 18-Sep-08 20:50:53

Yes. I agree with you. If he's not seen much of them then you'd think he'd prefer to be with them than go out. (or maybe be with them until they go to bed and then go out)

themildmanneredjanitor Thu 18-Sep-08 20:51:53

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eekamoose Thu 18-Sep-08 20:51:53

I sort of agree. But then he was working Tues and Weds. Does he generally go out a lot, or was this just bad timing? Sometimes DH goes out for a drink with friends having been away a lot, but then he works more than seeing friends. I go out more often than him, tbh.

[Sits on fence] I think it depends!

fryalot Thu 18-Sep-08 20:52:02

I agree

But think of all the unfettered mumsnetting you can do grin

FabioVicePeeperPlopper Thu 18-Sep-08 20:52:06

I agree with you!


but then, I am most drunken and you are my bessshtestt fren


lulumama Thu 18-Sep-08 20:52:08

i agree.

but take advantage of the peace and quiet. soak in the bath, glass of wine and relaaaax

i had a week like that the other week, DH out 5 nights out of 7.

but you know, you could get a sitter and go out? or go out one night next week


Saturn74 Thu 18-Sep-08 20:52:20

you're absolutely right tmmj.

now I'm going to read your OP. grin

themildmanneredjanitor Thu 18-Sep-08 20:52:30

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kiltycoldbum Thu 18-Sep-08 20:52:41

not just me on my own then! smile i agree with you, you are not being unreasonable in any way though take it as an opportunity to kick back relax and do something just for you.

in my case watching a mindless tv programme that defo wouldnt be on with dp in the house and a glass of wine and a BIG bag of minstrels, nice!

themildmanneredjanitor Thu 18-Sep-08 20:53:57

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FabioVicePeeperPlopper Thu 18-Sep-08 20:54:05

oh he owes the children and you beeeg time at the weekend

lol HC

<where did we leave the biddies last night....?>

themildmanneredjanitor Thu 18-Sep-08 20:55:23

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Saturn74 Thu 18-Sep-08 20:58:47

biddies are revolting.

Twelvelegs Thu 18-Sep-08 20:59:49

I empathise, sympathise and agree.
PLan: Internet, Google "Spa" Dh's card, book it and enjoy a Saturday off. grin

themildmanneredjanitor Thu 18-Sep-08 21:00:11

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TheInvisibleManDidIt Thu 18-Sep-08 21:04:12

If he's anything like my dh, then going to a works meal/ after work drinks, isnt actually going out, its still work and therefore has to be done hmm.

Can totally see your point. Now pass the g&t grin

mppaw Thu 18-Sep-08 21:04:40

Am with you TMMJ.....
Had to listen to him go on about having tomorrow off, so will see DD then !!
But will clearly be hungover, so after about half an hour tomorrow morning, he will be moaning at her !!! JOY

MEN !!!! Arrrghhhhhh envy

themildmanneredjanitor Thu 18-Sep-08 21:06:25

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mppaw Thu 18-Sep-08 21:07:50

In RL = NO
In a man's world = most definately

mppaw Thu 18-Sep-08 21:11:14

Visit to friend, takes military planning weeks in advance.
Dp's Thursday night jolly up, arranged at 5:30pm tonight !!!

Sound like a man hatter,,,, but I think it is pure jealousy wink

barnsleybelle Thu 18-Sep-08 21:11:44

My dh works away for 8-10 weeks at a time so i'm very used to me time when the kids are in bed.
It's hard, but i'm used to it. I must admit though when it's his 2 weeks at home i too resent any time he spends away from us!!!!

themildmanneredjanitor Thu 18-Sep-08 21:19:28

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