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worse - actually he didnt mention the girls - but i think you may be right there as well.now talking on msn after not doing it for a year or so proclaiming it boring,but this is something else!
my this has progressed!<<not>>he came back - and yesterday when i was making myself a cup of tea, he wanted one!i spose it had to happen some time. my teenage son has turned into a tea drinker, 2 sugars please
Lol my ds has recently started drinking coffee ..hes even made me a cup
mine too he is 14 really weird
good point random.no excuse not to bring his old mum a cup of tea is there?
DS2 (macho rugby playing 17 y.o.) has just come back from a World Challenge trip and is drinking not only ordinary tea for the first time but green tea as well.
well at least he lasted a couple of years longer than my ds!green tea is meant to be good for you
So get him to make you one as well!
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