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Friday, March 29, 2013

decision time at chez River

I have two options.

1. give up eating spaghetti in all its forms.

2. buy an adult sized bib.

Because this is what happens every time >>

Every. Single. Time.

See those spots?
Spaghetti sauce.
Oddly enough, when I wear the yellow t-shirt, the spots are bigger and more numerous.

I do like spaghetti, and ravioli, and lasagna.............

10 comments:

  1. I used to have a problem with food falling on my chest, but since menopause, it all rolls right off.

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  2. I had the same problem until I started to wear black top when I have to eat pasta or laksa. Or you can tuck a napkin into your collar.

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  3. Sadly I tend to catch food on my chest. Not every meal - but most of them. Particularly if they are things which are likely to stain.

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  4. My other half tends for some reason to be a messy eater so when we eat at home I now provide him not with a serviette but one of our older teatowels which covers him from neck to waist and beyond. I am having a lot less trouble watching for stains on his clothes when doing the laundry now. Just a thought.
    I always use a serviette at home but don't like tucking them in when eating out. lol

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  5. It could be painful, but perhaps we should all eat pasta bare topped.

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  6. Hi River,

    Easy - buy a bib. Spaghetti is just too nice to give up.

    :-)

    Cheers

    PM

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  7. Or you could find yourself a shirt that is spaghetti coloured. No WAY am I giving up spahetti. I'll eat it nude if I have to.

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  8. No contest. Wear a bib if you must, but you can't give up the noodles! My hubby tends to wear clothing that's the same color as what we're eating. The smartie. Me, I have a lot of stained shirts. Or tuck a bunch of paper towels in at my neck and let it cover me. (Oh yes, I'm terribly fashionable...)

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  9. You sound like my sister. She's good natured about it now, and the kids sort of keep an eye on her to see when the first drop will land. I wonder if there's money on the side.

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  10. murr brewster; even sauce?

    mm; black could work, but then I'd forget to wash it and go about smelling like pasta sauce.

    Elephant's Child; with me, it's only pasta sauce.

    Mimsie; I'm thinking of sewing ties onto a hand towel to tie on when eating spaghetti, since things tucked into my collar generally just fall straight out again.

    Andrew; ummm, no.

    Plasman; I'll make a bib from an old hand towel.

    Delores; that's a good idea too.

    Susan; I think a bib is the way to go, I really can't see myself giving up spaghetti.

    Joanne; I'm sort of used to it, but get annoyed when I forget the stains and just toss things in the machine which then have to be rewashed.

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