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To think that spending your 10th wedding annniversary with PIL is a little weird

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twentypence · 21/03/2007 21:38

Dh and I got married 10 years ago today.

MIL's suggestion was that we went out for a meal with them.

er, ds is with his other grandparents on holiday why would we want to do this?

Luckily I work tonight so dh and I will have a romantic warmed up meal between 7pm and 7.30!

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tinkerbellhadpiles · 21/03/2007 21:43


No that is flipping weird.

She must be lonely

Or mad

one or the other


twentypence · 21/03/2007 21:47

She has type II diabetes and so often wants to go out for meals, because mysteriously the sugar in those meals mustn't count.

I have a gluten free diet and find going out for a meal too much hassle to bother doing with a FIL who loudly says to the waitress. "Now I don't want any of that Gluten Free stuff - I want proper food".

So even not factoring in the annivesary bit it was never going to happen.

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tinkerbellhadpiles · 21/03/2007 21:50

Perhaps you could send her a picture of you having a romantic meal with your DH with a note to say 'you wouldn't have liked it, it was gluten free' on the back ?


PeachyClair · 21/03/2007 22:02

Ooh p[oor you- its ahrd enough taking DS1 out with his gluten intol (and milk )- we rely on Wacky Warehouse as they have a gluten free option on the kids menu (certified, rather than probably, GF!).

FWIW I know weirder- my sis and BIL took their mate on honeymoon with them . Mind you as he is my ex, and it was very acrimonious (him being a pervert and all- see post 0n other thread abbout him hiding a amte in our tent as we had sex..........)

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