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Is this nasty?

(12 Posts)
KerryMum Tue 26-Aug-08 16:25:04

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TheArmadillo Tue 26-Aug-08 16:27:51

god no.

ds always tried to poke his fingers thru the packet of raw meat and I made sure they didn't get anywhere near him.

That is manky.

AMumInScotland Tue 26-Aug-08 16:31:20

Yuck! (Though beef much safer than pork or chicken ... )

suzywong Tue 26-Aug-08 16:32:55

It's Natural Selection

KerryMum Tue 26-Aug-08 16:35:59

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Shitehawk Tue 26-Aug-08 16:38:36

Did you tell him that his baby was chewing it? Chances are he didn't know and would have been grateful to be told.

KerryMum Tue 26-Aug-08 16:40:24

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gingeme Tue 26-Aug-08 16:43:16

Yes that is nasty. I think I would have said something like 'my your baby likes its steak rare doesn't it? smile

Shitehawk Tue 26-Aug-08 16:43:53

Not quite the same as "Do you know your baby is chewing on a raw steak" though, is it!

I wonder what his reaction was when he looked down and saw it ...

gingeme Tue 26-Aug-08 16:45:40

Well if you had made it sound light hearted you may not have got glared at smile

KerryMum Tue 26-Aug-08 16:45:52

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Shitehawk Tue 26-Aug-08 16:49:46

Don't be so sure he gave it to him ... my daughter was forever grabbing things from shelves and half-eating them. Never a raw steak, I'll grant you that, but the times I had to go back into M&S and pay for the chocolates she'd snaffed as we were waiting at the checkout ...

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