xmas presents

irons

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16/12/2007 at 19:11
ime thinking of buying my wife an iron for christmas as a present, can anyone recomend one thats easy to use i. e. simple instructions, and not simple to break....
M...eldy    pirate
16/12/2007 at 19:12
oh dear oh dear Noggy!
16/12/2007 at 19:12
Go for the heaviest one you can find...it'll be easier for her to inflict severe damage on you for buying her a household appliance as a present
16/12/2007 at 19:16

Santanog - did you ever watch Tom and Jerry?

Well if you buy your wife an iron for Christmas then I fear that your face will end up a similar shape.

16/12/2007 at 19:17
i want to be able to go out and leave her ironing and not worry about her breaking it....
16/12/2007 at 19:20
The only time unwrapping a box on Christmas morning with "Iron" written on it is acceptable is if you've taken the household appliance out and replaced it with diamonds, and even then it's risky
kittenkat    pirate
16/12/2007 at 19:21
you are SO not married to me.........
16/12/2007 at 19:22
i guess i allways spoil her at xmas though.....
M...eldy    pirate
16/12/2007 at 19:23
you may find they do matching marigolds as well




that would be a nice surprise
16/12/2007 at 19:25
You're telling me you do. I'd have got her one that you heat up in the fire.
16/12/2007 at 19:25
good thinking meldy.....
16/12/2007 at 19:26
better idea ff, ime glad i posted now....
16/12/2007 at 19:27
and perhaps one of those naked men ironing covers ...
M...eldy    pirate
16/12/2007 at 19:27
you can always rely on the forums for that something special
16/12/2007 at 19:29
no buney ,i think theyre sexist those awful things , not right ....
16/12/2007 at 19:31

but after she has brained you with the iron she might be in need of a man who doesnt answer back

or you could buy her a 500 quid Steam Generator and someone to do the ironing for her ..that would be very thoughtful

16/12/2007 at 19:32

my mum got a hosepipe (no rude comments please) for her b'day once.  She was NOT amused!

If you buy an iron for her why not put a note in it and promise her a cleaner and ironer for a year......you may be able to pull it off  and get away with it then! 

kittenkat    pirate
16/12/2007 at 19:32

can you believe that my mother and father in law told me today that writing christmas cards and organising presents was solely my responsibility and why should 'their boy' have to do it?

We actually share it cos I don't know who in his extended family he wants to send cards to.

I held my ground but really................................

Buy me an iron and I'll do some serious damage

16/12/2007 at 19:32
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16/12/2007 at 19:34
e bay , kk
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