I wore gloves whilst I chopped up some chillies. Took one off to rub my eye.
The lesson I learnt is that you should put your glove back on before you continue chopping chiliies so the next time you rub your eye it doesn't feel like red hot pokers have just been shoved in it.....
Saffy sweety pea wrote (see)
In a similar vein, I learnt a while ago not to take out your contact lenses after you've been chopping chillies
Oof! I made one of my hotter chillies the other day (birds eye, finger chillies, scotch bonnet and Encona hot pepper sauce all in there, absolutely gorgeous) and was very careful to take out my lenses before I even started. One sleep and about five hand washes later, there was still some residue when I went to put them back in.
Today I learnt that we have otters living very near us !
Unfortunately though, said otter was an ex-otter, and it was lying on the side of the road at the end of my run so a bit sad, but still has given me a bit of a lift knowing that there are probably more living nearby ... I like otters !
Today's snippet of wisdom is don't delve into a bag of prawn cocktail crisps if you've got a small cut on your finger. Ouch!
i recently discovered we've got otters living near us.
and lions, tigers, penguins, bears...
we should have visited the zoo earlier.
That no matter how much you demonstrate that your data is sound, the IT person will insist that his code cannot be the problem.
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