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Will moving every item from upstairs to the downstairs hallway and laying it out precisely help me have a beautifully tidy home by the end of tomorrow?

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S1ur Sat 25-Oct-08 19:33:32

Because both ds and dd seem to think so... hmm

I have a new mosaic of nappies, toothbrushes, handbags and shoes.

<steps over well laid, ordered and lined up SHITE>

Inghouls2 Sat 25-Oct-08 19:35:06

could work Slur.... really depends on whether the shite goes in the bin or not. grin

Inghouls2 Sat 25-Oct-08 19:36:28

actually what you need to do is start them on the kitchen cupboards and then get them checking the use by dates

BroccoliSpears Sat 25-Oct-08 19:37:08

My dh would probably think so - his idea of tidying the study is to make piles of paper on the kitchen table hmm.

S1ur Sat 25-Oct-08 19:37:19

Right will order skip, I will ditch it all (apart from my shoes natch wink) we have no need for such luxuries as toothbrushes anyway! It is a credit crunch doncha know.

FlameThrowersKillZombies Sat 25-Oct-08 19:37:42



Yes. It will DEF work. Especially if they leave it there and go to bed as they will wake bored enthused and ignore it finish the job with vigour.


S1ur Sat 25-Oct-08 19:39:35

YY I am beginning to think that the "move shite from one place to another but pile it neatly" is a very good, well respected form of housekeeping.

Now if I could just get them to focus on the actual mess instead of the harmless nappies and clothes in drawers that would be a start.

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