- What has your partner successfully introduced to you?
£80 a month “spa’s”
Which are basicly gyms with more pools to short to do lengths in and no free weights, and lots of fake roman murals and colums, it’s like someones crashed a swiming pool into the set of footballers wives, only more 90’s and with less taste.
Apparently it’ll be great as we can go there together to relax in the evenings.
Unfortunately she’s developed an alergy to physical activity and hasn’t been in months. This does make buying bike bits easy though “you’ve not been to the gym in XX weeks, that £YY down the drain, I’ve just bought a new King headset”, she’s not cottoned on that I do this almost every month and don’t subtract bike stuff already bought (month 1 £80 part, month 2 £260 part, month 3 £240 part, etc).Posted 5 years agonicko74Member
The back door..
The idea that sitting down vegging (aka ‘unwinding’, ‘relaxing’ or ‘I’ve earned this’) is inherently BAD, and I should be ashamed of myself.Posted 5 years ago
Sweet preserves with cheese (fig jam, onion marmalade).
Overthinking of dessert, so you put yourself off having anything on the dessert menu. (“ooh, that looks nice, but it’ll be a bit kletchy/ rich/ overly sweet. I’ll just stick to a coffee).
Moderation of p0rn consumptionnealgloverMember
Loads of nice food stuffs I hadn’t previously tried.
Gin and Tonic.
Me having a beardy face being a good thing.
Well made salads that I actually like.
(She has vastly improved me I have to say )
I forgot to mention….
Lipton ice tea (peach)
She tried and failed with …
Earl Grey Tea (no)
One Born Every Minute (no no no)
Yoga (maybe ?)
So her average is pretty good 🙂Posted 5 years ago
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