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Thread: I had to rescue my rotary cutter

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    Bad boy!!

    Get him a utility knife with lots of blades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovingmama
    Quote Originally Posted by alikat110
    Quote Originally Posted by Jan in VA
    Bread and water for dinner in the dog house for the next 3 days! The very nerve! :-D

    Jan in VA
    Agreed. Must exact punishment....other wise, he may re offend!
    :thumbup: He won't forget! Quilting supplies is not to be touched!
    Why is is that all of our supplies, scissors, cutters and such are fair game for any project that comes along?? I am sure you have heard me say that my DH (loose term) used my new fabric scissors to cut off the grips of his golf clubs.....

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    Make him do all the housework for a week! That should make him think twice before he touches your quilting supplies again!

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    I would have shown him how to use it and not thought anything about it and bought another one. But I have more cutters then I need anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feline fanatic
    Well, has your DH been going to Harbor Freight? They sell a rotary carpet cutter, the blades for them even fit our rotory cutters. So ya can't really blame him for trying to use yours! Especially if you have been buying those HF blades!! :D
    I had made the mistake of going to Harbor Freight with him... :oops: but he knows better than to touch my scissors...I guess that I didn't group the cutter in with the scissors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Furza Flyin
    LOL. I started reading this to my DH and he stopped me and said "oh no he didn't grab her cutter...is he still alive?" Giggle. My DDs even tell their friends when they come in house. Dont touch Mom's scissors or rulers or cutters. EVER! I bet even Tink knows better than to even sniff them. :)
    Tink does know better...She followed me down, and when she saw me get mad, she went under the chair...she knew that Daddy was BAD...

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    Well, I sentence DH to either going out for takeout for dinner or taking you out. Your choice, not his LOL :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    Well, I sentence DH to either going out for takeout for dinner or taking you out. Your choice, not his LOL :D:D:D
    maybe tomorrow...we had a storm at dinner time...had polish sausage and mac n cheese :thumbdown:

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    DH is a plumber and he always says "the right tool for the job", so i have 5 sewing machines .(hehehe)...don't touch my rotary cutter, but never even look at my scissors. they are not for paper, they are not for bags, they are not for plastic. We have a standing joke. "USE THE CHICKEN SCISSORS" and he knows i mean it. You can buy them at the dollar store. You can ever groom the dog with them. and you can cut up chickens too!

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