Just heard about this new event on Marathon Talk and, although I said I'd never run another road marathon, I think I'll make an exception for this one, being a local and former Bristolian, and I like the idea of a point to point marathon.
Closed roads, taking place in October.
Thought I'd mention it in case anyone else was interested and hadn't heard about it.
However, Toy Story 3, Les Miserables, The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, have all led to there being something in my eye and the end of Captain Phillips where Tom Hanks breaks down brought on a delayed reaction to the onions I had chopped earlier.
You have been hassling me for two days about this "problem" which:
a) really isn't a big deal and can easily wait until I'm back in the office on Monday
b) is only an issue because of your own stupidity
until I finally gave in and looked into it from home, on a day I don't work. I did as much as I could my end, and emailed you full instructions on what to do your end.
For you to then reply saying that you're far too busy to "mess around" trying to sort it out and that it will have to wait until monday when I'm back is seriously f**king annoying. You can definitely forget me ever trying to sort out any of your problems in my own time again.
So, you don't know enough about the subject meaning you require everything to be spelt out do you? Thus making it my fault that you're an idiot?
Well, first, perhaps you ought to give enough of a shit to learn what is just basic stuff, second, if you don't know, you should ask someone who does, instead of blundering on and fucking up, again, and third, it has been bloody spelt out to you, at length, on a number of occasions, so stop being such a fucking div!
You've got to break the habit. I used to eat loads of crap - biscuits, bread, chocolate, cakes etc but I decide to take a more paleo approach and, it's taken a while, but I am now into the habit of eating that way. I have certain things that I eat most days (eggs, salad, fruit, nuts, meat) and these make up the vast bulk of my diet. I relax a bit on weekends and have the occasional biscuit during the week but I have my main diet and I just stick to it through habit, meaning I don't have to think too hard about what I'm eating. I used to be addicted to sugar I'm sure, but I think I've broken that now.
One tip, if you can't ditch the chocolate, is to buy the darkest chocolate you can find (I get a 90% cocoa one from Sainsbury's) and just have a couple of little squares in the evening. It satisfies the cocoa craving (if you have one) and is so rich that you only want a little bit. Supposed to be good for you too.