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      08-18-2010, 04:06 PM   #23
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Breakfast Lunch dinner and cups of tea on demand well trained
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first ten years of marriage ten meals
better since but she even makes me ring the take aways and i only get to drive her car when it needs filling up
she also reminded me the other week when it was her birthday... THAT IT WAS HER BIRTHDAY NOT MINE ...so i didnt get any ideas!
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Our honeymoon was 5 months travelling in Oz and NZ on a tightish budget so cooking was pretty essential. We didn't die so I guess wife cooked decent food!
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Or if you are posh, does your Mrs cook your Dinner?

If you're posh it's supper
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      08-19-2010, 02:44 AM   #27
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Nope, my wife hates cooking and doesn't get home until 7.30 whereas I love it and home by 6ish so a no brainer.
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      08-19-2010, 04:46 PM   #28
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Luckily yes and at least a 9 - Spot on. Tea that is - Dinner is what you have at Dinner time (ie- around 12pm)
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I say dinner or tea when I mean... Um.. Dinner or tea. Both occur at noon and in the evening.

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So you have your tea at dinner time?
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So you have your tea at dinner time?
Well yes. But it's more like this... Breakfast and supper are clearly at.the beginning and end of the day, whilst lunch is in the middle. But both dinner and tea could possibly replace lunch or supper.

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I can see how dinner can replace lunch and how supper can replace tea or vice versa.

But how can you have tea at dinnertime?
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I can see how dinner can replace lunch and how supper can replace tea or vice versa.

But how can you have tea at dinnertime?
One takes afternoon tea at around 4:00pm
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I am the misses and yes I do cook dinner for Jamie
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I am the misses and yes I do cook dinner for Jamie
You're only engaged, it will not last. Once the immortal words 'I do' are muttered, that changes everything. "I do" actually means "I don't" the day after the wedding.

Other phrases which come into play after the nuptials are complete, are:

"You can get your hands off those"

" where do you think you are going?"

" I've got a headache"

" Your dinner's in the dog"

" I'm pregnant"

Not that I am a cynic of course, twenty years of wedded bliss But she still can't cook! (only joking darling, if you are reading this )
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Monday to Friday dinner/tea waiting for me. She looks after the little one all day and I'm at work so it's either she cooks or we eat late. I usually do the roast on Sunday and it's 50/50 on a Saturday.

I'd happily cook more if it mean lower clothes/bags/shoes/nails/hair/etc. bills
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Lol @ Pete!! Yes once we are married thats it! Ha ha
Need to get a date organised or it'll never happen!
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I call evening meal DINNER.
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I cook...

When we dated she rustled me a thank you dinner for sorting out her Computer.

It was a Chilli Con Carne with Rice.

Rice took Al Dente to a new level, being polite I ate it all and told her it's delicious..

Therefore I was Sh1tting Gravel for 2 days.

Still in Sickness and in Health...love her dearly
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My Missus does all the cooking.

"Kitchen's for cookin', bedroom's for f....."

But I don't get any of the latter
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