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anyone else get excited over new appliances?

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wontbepreggersagain Tue 26-Aug-08 10:21:00

or is it just me? DH thinks i'm bonkers, we got a new washer yesterday and i spent the evening in the utility room organising washing powders etc and playing with the new machine and periodically visiting him in the living room to say "gosh, its quiet you know!" grin[pathetic]

McDreamy Tue 26-Aug-08 10:22:55

Oh yes, when I move back to the UK in October we are buying a new double fridge freezer, hoover and dishwasher all at once - can you imagine!!!!!!!!!!!

Anna8888 Tue 26-Aug-08 10:23:06

Yes, I get very excited too grin. Fortunately the whole family does - we got a new Dyson recently and my elder stepson and my partner both rave about it shock.

Nothing wrong with playing house from time to time with washing powders etc - just as long as you don't obsess about it all and let playing house take over your whole existence.

Anna8888 Tue 26-Aug-08 10:24:16

McDreamy - I got a new washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge-freezer and dishwasher all on the same day when we moved here grin


wontbepreggersagain Tue 26-Aug-08 10:27:27

glad its not just me! DH just doesn't understand! He spent an hour in currys asking why we needed a digital display and why couldn't we just get a simple washing machine, and at that price will it make a cuppa grin!

Anna8888 Tue 26-Aug-08 10:37:43

Ask him whether he understands that there is a difference in performance between a Renault Clio and a Ferrari grin and which one he'd prefer.

lucysmam Tue 26-Aug-08 10:39:53

lmao, thought I was odd getting excited about new appliances but obviously not!! We've just had new washer, dryer, fridgefreezer and oven and I spend hours playing with them!! Oh hasn't even been allowed to cook yet or put a load in washer in case he does something 'wrong' hmm

McDreamy Tue 26-Aug-08 10:41:37

NO-ONE will be touching my new hoover!!!!!!!! grin I guess I can't be so strict about my fridge but if they mess it up I will not be happy!!! angry

Anna8888 Tue 26-Aug-08 10:43:02

No no no McDreamy - you must let everyone in the family share your enthusiasm about new appliances and learn to use them. Do you want to be the only person in your home to do cleaning and housework [stern]?

McDreamy Tue 26-Aug-08 10:44:37

I do not want them using my hoover - I am quite protective about my hoovers!! grin

Anna8888 Tue 26-Aug-08 10:47:50

Hmm. I think that's an unfeminist position shock

bethoo Tue 26-Aug-08 10:57:52

i bought a nicer slicer the other day so have been ging mad slicing up lots of veggies and now living off salad!

rubyloopy Tue 26-Aug-08 11:17:51

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wontbepreggersagain Tue 26-Aug-08 11:22:12

i made dh say goodnight to the new washing machine last night blush it was a sneeky way of showing him how it works in the vague hope that he might decide to do some laundry every now and again hmm

DUSTIN Tue 26-Aug-08 11:26:08

I love getting new household appliances and gadgets. Although it is like an addiction and when the novelty wears off I crave for something else.

rubyloopy Tue 26-Aug-08 11:26:17

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wontbepreggersagain Tue 26-Aug-08 11:39:39

ahh but i have a backup plan- i can save a 'favourite' programme then all he has to do is bung clothes in and press ONE button and off it goes........ god i love hotpoint!!!!

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