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osbega ethelwulf

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sleepless nights
« on: Mar 18, 2005, 12:07 »
Mr E and I have eyes like sheeps jimmies as the E-Lets are keeping us awake most of the night- every night. Our sense of humour has long gone followed by tolerence, patience etc and we are now grousey old farts

Can you suggest anything Mr Crun that will make our little....darlings.. go to sleep and stay there (other than whisky in their milky)

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re: sleepless nights
« Reply #1 on: Mar 18, 2005, 19:04 »
Good evening Mrs. Smudge,
Couldn't you have asked me an easy one? Such as.... "Dear Mr. Crun, How can we achieve world peace?...or... "Dear Mr. Crun, What is the cure for the common cold?"
It's such a long time since the Crunlings were babies that my brain appears to have blotted out the memories of the nerve jangling screams...
I'm sure that you are already doing everything possible to ensure the Smudglings' comfort at bedtime so, other than reading the Maastricht treaty to them, to render them unconscious with boredom, I'm not sure what to suggest... Perhaps camomile tea would do the trick. If the young'uns don't like it then drink it yourself and equip yourself with some industrial quality ear defenders, before retiring to bed. They'll soon take the hint that crying doesn't always get them what they think they want when you know that they have all they need.
Sweet dreams... Whenever you manage to sleep.
Henry

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re: sleepless nights
« Reply #2 on: Mar 20, 2005, 01:25 »
tire the little darlings out

a suggestion ,make them work for a living

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i know this is listed elseware but it fit so well
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