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house work

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by simply james, Dec 22, 2008.

  1. simply james

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    how many men on here who are married do it to help there partner out,i must admit ive not done much of it over the years but the wife had a operation on her knee last week so she cant do much,its bloody hard work i can tell you i was knackered after the stairs and sitting room,then i had the bathroom kitchen to do then the dusting,they do a lot our women to keep us sweet and a nice home ,typical man never noticed it before
     
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    :up: Well said James ....Daves not afraid of helping round the house when needed to :) I wish your wife a speedy recovery.
     
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    thanks margaret i shall pass your wishes on,and you want to see my hands with all that cleaning
     
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    All the best to your wife James, I do all house work with the exception of ironing,I do not iron. The bit I hate most is clearing out the fire ashes in the morning
     
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    thanks for that tina,who does the ironing then
     
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    Steve I guess lol :D
     
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    ah well thats good of him isnt it
     
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    No one I like the crumpled look :D;) Actually most of my stuff doesn't need ironing, the occasional thing has to be done but I pester ma for anything that does.
     
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    Don't blame you as I'm the one at home in the day time I do the housework not to say Dave wouldn't if needed not that I could say the same for Amy our daughter and the ironing is the hardest I iron most days for the 3 of us but I do have a tv in the Kitchen which helps Dave loves to cook and therefore cooks most days so fares fare ;)
     
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    thats a good deal you have going there margaret
     
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    Nothing sadder than a man with dishpan hands, my eyes are filling up:D:D:D
     
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    I remember dave when Ann was in hospital having our 2 wee ones,she asked me to iron some clean nighties to take in for her.
    I asked her where she kept the iron,she told me its beside the hoover, like that helped!!:D
    Didnt know where she kept the hoover either?:eek:.
    Ashamed to admit my domestic duties are emptying the dishwasher,occasionally!;).

    Hanging my head in shame,honest:p:p!
     
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    a bit like me then mate ,i think its only about the 3rd time ive had to do it
     
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    Today I have done 4 loads washing, hoovered and prepared buffet tea for the others hogs in my house, that's my lot for today :up:
     
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    well done tina mate
     
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    Hope you fluffed up steves pillow amd warmed his slippers too!!:D
     
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    No no no, we don't live together, I'd let him come round and do mine, but he can do his own at his :D:D:D
     
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    i think you do enough tina mate
     

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