Husband eats entire extra meal after wife goes to bed

A MAN has been routinely eating an entire extra meal after his wife goes to bed, it has emerged.

Despite always having a substantial dinner, marketing manager Nathan Muir thinks nothing of consuming the same amount of food all over again. 

Muir, 40, said: “I was staying up late to listen to a podcast while messing around with a presentation for tomorrow when I felt hungry.

“So I went into the kitchen and ate an entire packet of Cheddars, a large portion of cold lasagne and a big tub of Onken cherry yoghurt. Followed by two bananas, half a quiche and some olives.

“I’m a man. I can do things like that. I don’t see what the problem is.”

Wife Sophie said: “Just once I would like to get up in the morning and find the kitchen still has some food in it.”

Nathan said: “There’s tons of food left. We’ve got about eight tins of kidney beans.”

However Sophie added: “I don’t mean the kidney beans and Nathan f**king knows it.”

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Jeremy Corbyn's foolproof guide to losing an election

ARE you the leader of a political party trying to beat the most awful government in recent memory? Here Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn gives his advice on stuffing it up.

Don’t worry about charisma

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Alienate your natural voters

Some would say my confusing stance on Brexit was off-putting for most Labour supporters, but they couldn’t be more wrong. It worked brilliantly in the 2017 election, which was a huge victory for Labour, apart from not winning.

Focus on class struggle issues no one is interested in

British voters have shown a distinct lack of interest in the class struggle, but that’s because they haven’t been told about it enough. This time aspirational voters will flock to vote for someone who sounds like the boring Socialist Workers Party guy they used to avoid at university.

Be ambiguous 

If voters don’t know what your policies are you can’t be criticised for them. Anyway people love a mystery – just look at how popular TV crime thrillers are! There’s no danger they’ll just give up in despair and vote for Jo Swinson who is marginally less annoying.

Give the right-wing press plenty of ammunition

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