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just wondering if any arb wifes/partners were good cooks!
my wife made a nice pot of stew for me and the 2 girls today before she went to work,come dinner time,3 bowls of stew
hang on its tasteless,she had only forgot the meat
spam and chips for me
tomorrow we are having beans on toast,without the beans
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I put on Pheasant, Partridge and Pigeon Casserole when i left for work at 9. It was done when i finished at about 5. Was done spot on in the slow cooker.
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I put on Pheasant, Partridge and Pigeon Casserole when i left for work at 9. It was done when i finished at about 5. Was done spot on in the slow cooker.
sounds like you would make someone a good wife matt
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My wife tries, she really does.
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My wife tries, she really does.
mine too!give her credit,got to be honest she was in a bit of a rush,bless her!
with her work on being just down the road [local co-op]with all the bad weather we,ve been having,staff have been having problems getting in,who do they ring to cover!
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Re: arb wife cooking

I don't have a wife so I'm the only one to blame for the bad cooking in my house!

Usually the food is good and occasionally, sublime. That is when I stop at the takeaway in the village
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just wondering if any arb wifes/partners were good cooks!
my wife made a nice pot of stew for me and the 2 girls today before she went to work,come dinner time,3 bowls of stew
hang on its tasteless,she had only forgot the meat
spam and chips for me
tomorrow we are having beans on toast,without the beans
LOL if she sees this you will be dead meat lol
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LOL if she sees this you will be dead meat lol
hi craig
dont worry mate,i was reading it out to her as i was posting,she was laughing
merry christmas to you and the family,and pass it on to mart
we will have to get together in the new year for a climb
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I don't have a wife so I'm the only one to blame for the bad cooking in my house!

Usually the food is good and occasionally, sublime. That is when I stop at the takeaway in the village
your lucky pete
my wifes a black belt in cooking,kill a man with one chop1
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