Come on - I thought the rule was that any cheese had to be shared on the forum - nobody said anything about sharing it on Facebook.
Good Morning Mundanies and happy nearly weekend.
Cheese is great.
We went out for a meal last night too. Not terribly posh but very nice all the same and there was cheese!
We went to Bella Italia and it only cost £24 for the 4 of us. We kicked off our evening with a selection of olives, then a starter each, huge main with sides and a pudding each. Admittedly, my pudding was only a mini one compared to the boys and their hoomungus sundaes, I was beginning to feel full at the starter stage. We only paid for our drinks, the rest was paid for with Tesco vouchers.
Morning all the chef is this guy http://www.derryjournal.com/lifestyle/entertainment/ian-makes-his-great-british-menu-tv-debut-1-4819034 (sorry can't do links)
We're away off to England for work this weekend...well work for MrGFB and a weekend of REST for me
(((gfb))) I hope you have a lovely weekend, I've had the snow cleared up for you.
(((Bookie))) Sorry to hear about your dog, I know it can hurt so very much. *hugs*
Love the hair GFB, it looks splendiferous.
OK - I'm going to paint the woodwork. Kitchen inside and out and dining room outside. What colours?
I know we voted beige as the most mundane colour, would it be a sin not to be mundane? Will i be thrown out?
Oh and what paper shall I use for the kitchen? Food, maths or broom brooms? I think food is the obvious choice, I can use maths paper by the pc and the broom brooms. What do you lot think in your ultimate mundae wisdom.
Maybe I should look for some cheese papers to use.
((Bookie) poor dawgie.
Mousey, I think you should do your paintwork blue. A nice navy blue.
And the kitchen has to be maths. They you can use it to make sure that your cakes are cut straight and to equal sizes. I'm a bit obsessed about squarely cut cake
Oh (((Bookie))) so sorry about dawgie
And hope your sister is ok!
Mousey, i think maths for the kitchen too! I'm intrigued as to what the paper looks like
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Square root vegetables?
Oh c'mon, that's not bad for a Friday - what would a kitchen wallpaper with a maths theme for the pattern have on it? ........... square root vegetables.
Nobody?..... Right, I'm off to nibble on something even cheesier than my jokes.
Alright then, you started it - I was going to keep this dreadful thought to myself.
I was making some soup last weekend and searching amongst my herb jars found some thyme which I thought would do nicely. I then found two more jars of the same. The thought then occured to me - I've obviously got too much thyme on my hands.
My boss today reckons the new booking meetings system is like knitting fog.
Knitting frog? Is that like the sewing bee?
Or sorry, I misread that
I been to the pool and had a terrible swim. Just one of theose days but I feel a bit bleugh about it now
LR, it could be thymes table?
I've never tried knitting fog.
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