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    Default OMG! Why did I say that?!?!

    You know sometimes something comes out of your mouth and you think "Nnooooo""

    Well Ofsted called to discuss a variation request so I can be flexible with 2 parents, so we were talking about different options...

    The lady said "as long as you never have more than 4..."
    and I said...

    "Oh god no, I don't think I could handle more than that anyway!!"

    What did I say that for?!

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    Thats really funny !! put a smile on face this morning thank you ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzy bee View Post
    You know sometimes something comes out of your mouth and you think "Nnooooo""

    Well Ofsted called to discuss a variation request so I can be flexible with 2 parents, so we were talking about different options...

    The lady said "as long as you never have more than 4..."
    and I said...

    "Oh god no, I don't think I could handle more than that anyway!!"

    What did I say that for?!

    im sure she took it the way it was meant x
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    I said something similar to the lady who came round to see if my house was suitable.
    I asked her how many children I would be able to have , she said it will be 6 under 8's. I then asked her how many over 8's can i have, she replied 'As many as you want to really..3, possibly 4, theres really no limit.
    I said something like ' Crikey, no limit, can you imagine, i'll probably go for 3' and gave her a funny look.

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    pmsl , i hate being put on the spot when they ring you up , that reminds me i need to write a letter for variation as i want my son listed as an assistant whilst he's home on leave , lets hope they dont ring
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    Quote Originally Posted by bexc View Post
    I said something similar to the lady who came round to see if my house was suitable.
    I asked her how many children I would be able to have , she said it will be 6 under 8's. I then asked her how many over 8's can i have, she replied 'As many as you want to really..3, possibly 4, theres really no limit.
    I said something like ' Crikey, no limit, can you imagine, i'll probably go for 3' and gave her a funny look.
    Glad it's not just me!!

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    haha, brilliant!

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    That's so funny. I do that all the time when I'm nervous.

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    That made me laugh!

    Miffy xx
    Keep smiling!

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    The very worst thing I ever said to anyone (and she never spoke to me again) was 'You've got the kind of face I can never remember' I didn't mean it in a nasty way...I don't quite know what I did mean'

    The other dumb ass thing I said once was when I was feeling lazy and let the door bell ring a few times before answering and then said 'sorry I didn't hear you ringing the other times'.....duh fist banging n the forehead....

    'It's never too late to have a happy childhood' ( Tom Robinson)

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    Ha Ha thats the sort of thing I would do x
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    Quote Originally Posted by jadavi View Post

    The other dumb ass thing I said once was when I was feeling lazy and let the door bell ring a few times before answering and then said 'sorry I didn't hear you ringing the other times'.....duh fist banging n the forehead....


    that made me laugh so much i nearly choked on my biscuit!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadavi View Post
    The very worst thing I ever said to anyone (and she never spoke to me again) was 'You've got the kind of face I can never remember' I didn't mean it in a nasty way...I don't quite know what I did mean'

    The other dumb ass thing I said once was when I was feeling lazy and let the door bell ring a few times before answering and then said 'sorry I didn't hear you ringing the other times'.....duh fist banging n the forehead....

    DD said similar the other day. She was upstairs playing with a friend and I'd called her name about 4 times, it had gone quiet but no answer. The 5th time she answered and I said 'Are you ignoring me on purpose?'
    She replied 'No...I didnt hear you shouting the other times.....she then realised what she had said and we both laughed

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    Haha that made me giggle!

 

 

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