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Stress: It’s What’s For Dinner (via OINKtales)

Posted on: 14/04/2011

I love Mary’s way of conveying what it’s really like at the dinner table. She has a way with words I can only aspire to. Enjoy!

Theres a reason that Victorian-era parents made their children eat in the kitchen with the governess instead of in the dining room with the rest of the family. Maybe it was because children are loud and interruptive. Or maybe those parents didnt want half-chewed bits of food smooshed into their carpets. There might even have been a few families who wanted to complete a conversation with their spouses rather than have half a dozen failed starts: … Read More

via OINKtales

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