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have foudn the FUNIEST family acttivity on holiday

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FluffyMummy123 Sun 24-Aug-08 14:50:52

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PootyApplewater Sun 24-Aug-08 14:53:02

send the idea in to 'take a break' - you might get a tenner. wink

Cappuccino Sun 24-Aug-08 14:53:58

god you sound cheerful

is this what holidays do to a person?

FluffyMummy123 Sun 24-Aug-08 14:54:36

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PootyApplewater Sun 24-Aug-08 15:04:49

How is your sister doing?

FluffyMummy123 Sun 24-Aug-08 15:05:07

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suedonim Sun 24-Aug-08 16:11:27

That smacks horribly of democracy, Cod. What's wrong with running one's family as a dictatorship?? grin

muggglewump Sun 24-Aug-08 16:19:34

We had a bit of a crap holiday this year but on one day we'd got rid of gone out without my Dad. To extend the day we went to a hotel and got drinks (soft for DD obv and it had a really big lounge with Skye Bridge views) Anyway, as we were leaving we went to the loo and they had automatic soap and paper towel dispensers. DD and I were larking about with them and then the woman working there came out of a cubicle. Clearly she'd heard us carrying on.
Being the mature, sensible Mum I am I grabbed DD and ran out hooting with laughter.
I asked DD what the best part of the holiday was expecting her to say one of the boat trips, she said playing in the toilets was the best part, that and skipping down the street with me.
I'm such a child!grin

roisin Sun 24-Aug-08 16:24:12

When we go on hols the things the boys claim they really want to do are the ones that cost £££. But in retrospect the things they enjoyed best were free!

Top this year was some fabulous rock pools.

SqueakyPop Sun 24-Aug-08 16:25:22

Eat a crepe sounds really exciting

ChippyMinton Sun 24-Aug-08 16:28:18

the DC voted this the best activity on our holiday but they weren't doing the pedalling!
Oddest and cheapest trip was going up to the top of a water tower grin

FluffyMummy123 Sun 24-Aug-08 16:54:48

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