Monday, 1 July 2013

Mug logic

If you only ever use the mugs you don't like, you'll never smash the ones you really, really do. 


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  1. *moves all the cheap mugs that came with Easter eggs to the front of the cupboard*

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    1. It was a plate this morning too.

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    1. Maybe the moral is only ever to have stuff in your home you hate.

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    2. You'd need to approach that idea with caution... Impact on children and husband could be significant.

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    3. There are moments...

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  3. Oh no! Is that a Tunnock's teacake one? I don't like saving things for best and would rather take the risk! Treat yourself to another one x

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    1. It was. Very sad. But on the upside it was B's birthday and he got a haggis neeps and tatties one to replace it

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  4. If you move house, across the Atlantic, it's not worth bringing mugs you don't like. De-mugging is one of the advantages of moving. I now like all my mugs. Oh, except the two cheapies I bought from Morrisons the day we arrived in our new house and I hadn't unpacked the mugs and teapot, and HAD to have a cup of tea.

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    1. It would possibly be cheaper just to throw away all my mugs (we could have a Greek party) and replace them.... But it's an idea worth thinking about.

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  5. My favourite mug is the one we got in Scotland last year on holiday. It says, in coca-cola writing 'Scotland: It's the reel fling'

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  6. I have so much crockery left over from my last 'hobby' that my children now drink their milk in the morning from exquisite china - get us!!! .... and ... we're never short of a cake stand for lovely cakes ... or fruit .... or sandwiches .... or for old receipts/ loose change / Lego ....

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I know. I'm sorry. I hate these word recognition, are you a robot, guff things too, but having just got rid of a large number of ungrammatical and poorly spelt adverts for all sorts of things I don't want, and especially don't want on my blog, I'm hoping that this will mean that only lovely people, of the actually a person variety, will comment.

So please do. Comments are great...