Husbands and Shopping

The folks in the beautiful mountain village of Leura, in Australia’s Blue Mountains, understand just how exhausting shopping can be for men.

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About Dianne McLay

Australian writer, author and photographer. Author of 3 guidebooks: Brisbane's Best Bush, Bay & City Walks -- Best of Brisbane guide book -- Best Village & Coastal Walks of the Sunshine Coast. Photographer for "Building Brisbane's History - the fascinating stories behind the city's most notable buildings and structures" Editor of www.brisbaneandbeyond.com.au www.photocompetitions.com.au
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7 Responses to Husbands and Shopping

  1. Dianne McLay says:

    Take a look at this image of a “Husband Day Care Centre” in Australia’s Biloela, from the very funny MadeUgrin site.

    http://www.madeugrin.com/2012/05/husband-day-care-centre.html

  2. Jackie Right says:

    This is a great blog! Thank you.

  3. Tom says:

    Hi Dianne, this is excellent makes me chuckle, I will forward it to my girlfriend. She writes a fashion blog, so it will make her laugh too.
    Tom http://www.playingwiththecamera.com

  4. An outstanding idea! It’s hard work shopping, just ask any wife.
    Now, if there was a centrally located seat in the shade we men could be usefully employed minding the bags, allowing our ladies to forage with freedom.
    Of course men could also be proactive … this may be an ideal project for Men’s Sheds around the country.
    Michael Fox

    • Dianne McLay says:

      Okay Michael, lets put the word out to all of the Men’s Sheds. Every shopping centre needs a “Seat for Bored Husbands”. It could be a sort of mini-creche for men.

  5. Mel says:

    That’s gold! Does it come with a supply of toilet-esque reading material?

    • Dianne McLay says:

      You’re right. There should be a pile of sports magazines and old National Geographics beside that bench.

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