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famtastic · 03/07/2017 21:25

Done a new thread as couldn't reply. Can't believe this is the 3rd thread lol.

I know I shouldn't laugh but ds vomiting like that was hilarious and so well times I've given him £10! Grin

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whosideawasthis · 03/07/2017 21:26

love this!


Queenofthestress · 03/07/2017 21:26

I'd have given him £10 too!


SabineUndine · 03/07/2017 21:27

Excellent. Perhaps he'll do it on demand?


Hidingtonothing · 03/07/2017 21:27

It still doesn't sound like she's given up to me, she's just not getting it is she. I think we're going to have to put our heads together and come up with a new way to explain to her that a vague 'might need a favour' in the playground does not constitute firm and agreed childcare every day for 6 fucking weeks Angry The level of obtusity is winding me up now so god knows how you must feel fam, it's like banging your head up a brick wall. Bless DS though, sorry he's unwell but there's a certain poetic justice about him vomiting on her shoes Smile


justkeepswimmingg · 03/07/2017 21:27

Your DS did great! As did you and your DH!!


DAMNgina · 03/07/2017 21:27

Kid deserves all of that and more - I'll chip in, if we all do, you guys could go to DIsneyland too.


BeautyGoesToBenidorm · 03/07/2017 21:27

Nice one Minifam! Grin Envy


tigersbuddy · 03/07/2017 21:27

nice aim ;-)


dustarr73 · 03/07/2017 21:27

I think she's in the wrong profession,sounds like she should be an actress.

So round 2 tomorrow,are you geared up for it.


StrongerThanIThought76 · 03/07/2017 21:27

Well done Fam and MrFam, we can all hear the collective mumsnet exhale after your update - and we can all sleep tonight!


BlueCarrotsAreMagical · 03/07/2017 21:27

He vomited over her shoes Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin


jesterlaugh · 03/07/2017 21:27

Where were their precious children whilst they were shouting at you?



Billben · 03/07/2017 21:27

Stating very loud that he works hard to provide for his family and that it enables me to be a stay at home Mum for his children and his alone not for any old strays or so that they can go to fucking Disney world!!!

Love your husband!

I can't believe she's got money to go to Disneyworld for 2 weeks yet she was going to pay you a penny.


IamnotaStepfordHousewife · 03/07/2017 21:27

I'm impressed I managed to get the 1000th post! Seriously well done famtastic. Keep strong and don't give into WORKzilla. She really is crazy.


MsJolly · 03/07/2017 21:28



blueskyinmarch · 03/07/2017 21:28

Did she leave her kids alone at home while they came to see you?


famtastic · 03/07/2017 21:28

She is obsessed with shoes too so will be seething. I don't think it's over though Confused they really don't take no!

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sparklefarts · 03/07/2017 21:28

I'm absolute fucking gold GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrinWineWine


tigersbuddy · 03/07/2017 21:28

Do you think she's going to try again tomorrow?


user1499111831 · 03/07/2017 21:28

Your poor ds but couldn't have been more perfect!


BigApple11 · 03/07/2017 21:28



DudeHatesHisCarryOut · 03/07/2017 21:28

That was brilliant timing on his part, I must say!

I'm not convinced you've seen the end of this. She won't be happy until she's worn you down. Would love to be a fly on the wall at their house just now. Must be a very interesting conversation going on right there.

Have you told the friend who warned you about the situation what's been happening?


Supersoaryflappypigeon · 03/07/2017 21:28

She sounds unhinged-totally self obsessed!


PollytheDolly · 03/07/2017 21:28

Did she leave her kids alone at home while they came to see you?

Good point 🤔


PlymouthMaid1 · 03/07/2017 21:28

Glad I found your latest thread. Vomit on her shoes, wonderful touch. Have enjoyed this thread all day. Well done Fam and Fams oh and Sicky son. Bed now as have to WORK. Fabulously entertaining and still cant believe her cheek X

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