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Do You Tell Your Spouse If You Broke Something They Bought You? [POLL]

So my sweet husband bought me something that I have wanted for years. I was so excited about it that I haven’t stopped using it since he gave it to me…until today! I actually think I broke it, and I am pretty sure it was not cheap…in fact I think it was problabley rather expensive.  So know I am faced with the dession of telling my husband or fixing it before he finds out it may be broken. My first thought was I should try and get it fixed before I tell him, but part of me think he may be able to fix it and I wouldn’t have to pay someone to look at it. All I know is I better figure it out soon.

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