• Things that confuse me...

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    MissTerryCleavage [sign in to see picture]
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    Hope you're OK LK? You know where I am.....

    *booby hugs*

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    SweetSubmission [sign in to see picture]
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    I am confused by this insomnia, I do not like it.

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    Not knowing why someone is pissed off enough with me to not talk

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    Mr Monster [sign in to see picture]
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    Not knowing why my chat is not working...

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    boobaloo [sign in to see picture]
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    why my oh has to work today when the shop is shut

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    why my oh puts his friends before me... (only sometimes) but it still hurts a little.

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    SweetSubmission [sign in to see picture]
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    occhiverdi wrote:

    why my oh puts his friends before me... (only sometimes) but it still hurts a little.

    You ok?

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    occhiverdi [sign in to see picture]
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    SweetSubmission wrote:

    occhiverdi wrote:

    why my oh puts his friends before me... (only sometimes) but it still hurts a little.

    You ok?

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    yeah just a little p'd off... im calming down a little...

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    ZombieCpl [sign in to see picture]
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    why easter changes date every year

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    Wilkibo [sign in to see picture]
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    dkelly wrote:

    why easter changes date every year

    Easter is based on the lunar, not the solar, calendar (Similar in that aspect to Ramadan)

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    ZombieCpl [sign in to see picture]
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    still confuses me lol

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    SweetSubmission [sign in to see picture]
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    Wilkibo wrote:

    dkelly wrote:

    why easter changes date every year

    Easter is based on the lunar, not the solar, calendar (Similar in that aspect to Ramadan)

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    No, it's because it is always a Sunday, so can't always be the same date. Like Mothering Sunday.

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    why the baby insists in getting up at crack of dawn every day

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    boobaloo wrote:

    why the baby insists in getting up at crack of dawn every day

    I don't know if this works for babies but I guess the waking up early is due to the light....in which case, would a decent set of black out curtains/blinds help at all?

    Though be worth some research before investing as they can be quite expensive!

    My body clock is out of whack so I have to use blackout curtains to get decent sleep as I only sleep well in the morning despite going to bed fairly early.

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    I think its kind of a trade off thing. If baby wants/needs 10 hours sleep, and you want to have "grown up time" in the evenings, you put him to bed around 7pm. He's always going to wake about 5am in this case.

    We are lucky, as our little guy is sleeping nearly 12 hours, so we get woken at 6-6:30am every day.

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    boobaloo [sign in to see picture]
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    we have black out curtains Ad and we put a quilt over the window to, but he still wakes up.

    He goes to bed at 7 cos he can't stay awake any longer he is just to tired to do that, plus we wouldnt want him up any later, we need our peace to.

    TC its been half 5 to half 6 the last couple of weeks half 5 is way to early, I try to get him back to sleep but it doesn't always work.

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    TYpes of tea confuse me.

    like what is the difference between darjeeling and breakfast. I kinda get that earl grey had bergamot in it, but apart from that it all tastes the same!

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    sweetlove666 wrote:

    TYpes of tea confuse me.

    like what is the difference between darjeeling and breakfast. I kinda get that earl grey had bergamot in it, but apart from that it all tastes the same!

    If you take a lot of milk and/or sugar then that may be why you can't taste the difference?

    Generally a breakfast tea is stronger, darjeeling much milder. Some can be very bitter and some more sweet.

    Every tea type needs brewing differently - I'm very fussy about tea and can really tell the difference between a stronger tea if it's brewed as long as a milder one.

    If you try teas black you may find it easier to taste the difference :)

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    Have you tried any Japanese tea Alicia? I'd love to try some as I understand its some of the best green tea there is.

    Trouble is I looked at it in bags in my supermarket and it was hideously expensive. Maybe I should experiment with tea leaves...

    Today I can't understand why I never get to bed at a decent time anymore! Just kidding - this place is just such a nice place to be

    Night everyone

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    Alicia D'amore [sign in to see picture]
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    BigPoppa wrote:

    Have you tried any Japanese tea Alicia? I'd love to try some as I understand its some of the best green tea there is.

    Trouble is I looked at it in bags in my supermarket and it was hideously expensive. Maybe I should experiment with tea leaves...

    I can't say I have no - intrigued though! Leaves are a good option though - if you go into a Whittards of Chelsea then they have some cheap little tea stirrers that you put leaves in....pretty cheap way of enjoying lovely loose leaf tea :) and you don't have to brew a pot! We have a pot leaf strainer and a stirrer so we can make enough for one or two!

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