DS, what makes you think I need medicinal cheese? I'm not ill. You would never hear me complaining if I was.
Cheese was one of the few things I did eat over the weekend. I took minimal preparation, provided a reasonable number of calories, and went well with oat cakes.
Cheese goes with everything
*Makes fresh tea & toast for morning Mundanies*
Aaargh I've read back and now have Lilley the Pink as an early morning earworm! Fart twirly for that sort of thing!*slurps comforting tea*
Aaaah that's better. Right, my last day off, I'm determined to squeeze every last ounce out of it.
Excellent zombie Mr P
Haha, loving the zombie look Mr P!
I watched Dara O'Briain's Science show last night and fell asleep for most of it. I did catch the end and I think I heard him say that cheese is a universal constant and don't steal brains. Dunno why but I immediately thought of you guys.
sarah the bookworm wrote (see)
Dara O'Briain's science show is like a geek version of Top Gear :B:
That is precisely what Big said.
Far too early
It must have been fart twirly for Bookie
So I see this is where everyone is residing these days
I have never bothered to look at this untill today and see lots of people I know.
So can I join in or am I to interesting to be in on a mundane thread
Tommy! Welcome, you will make a perfect Mundanie.
Did you have a nice birthday? Hope there was plenty of beer and cake.
Now then, do you like cheese and what's your opinion on marmite and which days do your bins go out? All very important in a Mundanies life.
I only had time to get one bin out this morning, or I was in danger of missing the bus. Not the best start to the day
How rude of me! Hi TommyG
I have exciting bin news
Our new black bin with internal ickle caddy has arrived
small wrote (see)
sarah the bookworm wrote (see) Fart twirly? Far too early It must have been fart twirly for Bookie
I guessed what it meant, I've just never read it before
Cake wrote (see)
In mundane news last night Sarah broke the law and drove through a red light in her automobile. Afterwards we talked to a nice policeman who was younger than me. When did the fuzz start wearing tactical tops with there numbers printed on the sleeve?
In mundane news last night Sarah broke the law and drove through a red light in her automobile. Afterwards we talked to a nice policeman who was younger than me.
When did the fuzz start wearing tactical tops with there numbers printed on the sleeve?
Well done on providing context for my law-breaking!
We queued for 20-odd minutes at the lights and they just never changed. In the end I followed the cars in front through the red light, then went straight to the local police station to warn them about the massive queues and chaos on the roads. The policeman was very smiley and was indeed wearing a technical top which was quite cool
*waves to Tommy* Happy birthday for yesterday! Welcome to the world of mundanity
He did indeed say that small - meant to post it but got distracted.
He also showed how to estimate the speed of light using cheese on toast
I saw that bit, Bear. Couldn't fall asleep whilst cheese was being discussed. Never heard of anyone with a cheese phobia before!
I'm glad I don't suffer from that
I had to get my work ID printed today. This involved a 30-mile round trip for all of three minutes. The three minutes involved handing someone a form, gurning at the camera, and approving the photo. Bit of a wasted day...
Indeed! Sounds almost as bad as not liking marmite
Saffy Sweety Pea wrote (see)
I have exciting bin news Our new black bin with internal ickle caddy has arrived
Sorry Saffy, almost missed your news. Most exciting indeed! Congratulations
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