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Childish behaviour
21-04-2005, 03:44 PM
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Childish behaviour

The other day I bought a new CD case (the sort that holds lots of CDs). Anyway I got in, put all the CDs I wanted in it, and began my customary doodling. Ten minutes later I was feeling rather pleased with myself as my new CD case had my name on it surrounded by hearts.

Mr G then came in and asked if that was "an old one?". I told him it wasn't, feeling a bit confused. And he explained that he thought it must be because I had drawn all over it and - well basically, it was a bit childish.

The worst thing was, as I admired my handiwork, I had to agree with him. It does look like something I would have done when I was younger, and yet I'm still doing it.

So, do any of you do this, or do other things that your parters or anyone finds childish. Or do they do anything you think is childish?

Please tell me I'm not alone Big Grin

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21-04-2005, 03:48 PM
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Gelastic you not alone if I don't get what I want I sulk :laugh: and on one or two occasions I have been known to revert to the very childish behaviour of stamping my feet Blush

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21-04-2005, 03:52 PM
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Well, I still laugh if someone guffs and I definitely think that there is nothing funnier than a well-timed fart gag.

I also get a childish pleasure out of swearing that I really should've grown out of.

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21-04-2005, 04:59 PM
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Dare I ask how old you are, Gelastic?

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21-04-2005, 05:04 PM
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Just think how chic it would look with a stained glass cover...

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21-04-2005, 05:07 PM
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Is Mr Gelastic never childish then? Rolleyes :laugh:

Doodle away Gelastic, you know you want to!
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21-04-2005, 05:10 PM
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Apparantly not Rothera... well according to him anyway Big Grin

I'm definately old enough to know better Blink. But 25 is my story and I'm sticking to it Big Grin

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22-04-2005, 09:48 AM
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When I read this thread yesterday I couldnt think of anything that I did that was childish, but then I have just posted in the Paxman thread and it reminded me.............

I shout childish "taunts" at the telly - when BLiar comes on, I shout "Liar liar, pants are on fire"........... :laugh:

I also lick sweets and chocolate in the hope that Mr I will refuse after I have done it......well, he does it to me :glare:

And the worst childish habit I have, is when I am with my sisters or really close friends, if we are having a meal (regardless of where - I did it at my sis' wedding last year and got told off by my posh Auntie :naughty: ) I will chew a mouthful of food, then open my mouth wide and show it to my victim (sis or mate) in an "insulting manner" Blush :shutup:

I'll get me coat.......I AM nearly 41.................honest!!!!!

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22-04-2005, 09:50 AM
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I pinch when I'm bored Blush


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22-04-2005, 09:52 AM
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I dont think i have any childish behaviour - the only thing i love is kids sweets. I havent grown out of them.

I adore Woolworths Pic-n-mix (shrimps and bananas are the best), and im always buying Haribo :w00t:

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