being driven over the edge by houseguest...'scuse the rant

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Post: # 236701Post Jessiebean »

YES! and I have to say that we are all so appreciative of the lack of "bad energy , man" that we are a super little family right now full of happy hardworking beans and sunlighty joy! SO there you go, all ended well, it is good to go through some adversity with your family sometimes, makes you stronger and more united! (sorry about array of typos throughout thread, cold hands and limited time to type and reread!) thanks for your wisdom people of Ish!
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Post: # 236704Post Millymollymandy »

Hooray!!! :cheers: :cheers: :cheers: :hugish:
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Post: # 236799Post Thomzo »

JulieSherris wrote:
They came for a fortnight & even on the last day were still asking 'is it ok to make a brew'? Yes!.. YES!! I told them 30 times a day, every day for 2 weeks, don't ask - help yourself!
You missed a trick there. The answer should have been "That'd be lovely thanks - two sugars for me! Oh but you may need to do the washing up first."
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Post: # 236801Post JulieSherris »

:lol: Nice try Zoe!
The problem is that although I told & showed them how I have my tea, it NEVER turned out that way.... I pop a bag in the cup, pour the water through the bag, and maybe 2 teeny splashes of milk... don't stir... oh, never stir! Leave the bag in the cup & drink :iconbiggrin:
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Post: # 236804Post MKG »

Double bluff - they beat you, Julie :lol:

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