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Offline meganjane

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Re: Yet another sceptic turned convert!
« Reply #15 on: January 28, 2010, 01:34:08 am »
A warning to you Courton... the addiction can get worse... first the Bimby, then the forum.. and next, you too may start a blog. You'll be taking food photos and then...?
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Re: Yet another sceptic turned convert!
« Reply #16 on: January 28, 2010, 04:42:51 am »
What a lovely Mum you are Cookie1 - I imagine you are not looking forward to the day when DD moves out though.

You are so right Judy. She has told us we can visit unannounced but we have to walk to her place. Her block is only 1-2km away.
I think it will probably be another couple of years, she's saving for the house now.!
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Re: Yet another sceptic turned convert!
« Reply #17 on: January 28, 2010, 05:55:35 am »
Glad she is going to be so close Cookie1, not a bad distance for a walk (if you are fit) and when she feeds you TMX cakes etc you can work it off by walking back home afterwards  :D :D 
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Re: Yet another sceptic turned convert!
« Reply #18 on: January 29, 2010, 10:18:19 am »
Welcome Courton - I guess a TMX addiction is like any other addiction.  Totally absorbing but difficult to explain to people who aren't similarly addicted.   You're safe here as we're all the same 

Ain't that the truth! For the record, I was as big a sceptic as you can imagine... I didn't even want to let Bimby into my home for a demo! But because I so trusted the friend who showed it to me, I finally agreed, and the rest is history. A warning to you Courton... the addiction can get worse... first the Bimby, then the forum.. and next, you too may start a blog. You'll be taking food photos and then...?

Best thing about Thermomix for me has been all the FUN   ;D :o :-)) ;) it's brought into my kitchen and into my life. There's nothing wrong with being addicted to FUN,  ;D :o :-)) ;) is there now?

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TMB - you forgot in there also becoming a consultant because you love it soooo much and want to show others! LOL Then you have me summed up!
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