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Mundane Thread II
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  • Femme Folle
  • "Live every day, people. Live every fucking day."
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posted 20-02-2013 14:59
I like crisps on tuna and mayonnaise sandwiches.
  • hobbes
  • A bastion of rightness in a wrong world
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posted 20-02-2013 15:36
I just had a Chilango Buritto.
It was very tasty.
posted 20-02-2013 16:02
God I'm bored. Ran out of coffee. Can't get into the CMS.
  • WOM
  • Proud supporter of the original tee rex CAR thread
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posted 20-02-2013 16:05
I spent twenty minutes editing something in Word and accidentally saved it to Outlook Temp instead of a 'real' file. Now I can't get it back out of Outlook Temp. I want to punch myself in the face.
posted 20-02-2013 16:09
I just popped out to get some rolls to make sandwiches with for the rest of the week, and pick up the latest Private Eye.
  • BEAK
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posted 20-02-2013 18:55
today's lesson: tiger balm cannot be rubbed on the nose as a substitute for vicks.
posted 20-02-2013 20:11
The strap on my digital watch finally snapped during the first half of the Barnsley v Wolves match yesterday.

Naturally I'm sad, but the fact that it passed whilst in the midst of duty brings me great comfort. I had to hold it Alex Ferguson style during injury time to see how long was left. Then at the final whistle I pressed stop (at 4:57 time added on). I'll keep that time visable until the batteries run out, and put the watch into the 'drawer of things that need fixing but never will'.
  • WOM
  • Proud supporter of the original tee rex CAR thread
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posted 20-02-2013 21:04
You know, if you could string these wonderful vignettes of your life together into something about 60 minutes long, you could give the intolerable - yet staggeringly successful - Stuart McLean a run for his money.
posted 21-02-2013 00:31
Pork Butt is really cheap, which means home made carnitas is a bargain. $8 of pork feeding 2 for four days (I mean, we had 4 on one day, but stretching it out for easier math). Oh, plus dog treats.
  • alyxandr
  • a virtuous hipster cauldron of loveliness
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posted 21-02-2013 02:00
I totally biffed on cabbage for the borscht at the farmers market, so i used half a jar of kraut i had in the fridge instead. It worked surprisingly well.
  • Femme Folle
  • "Live every day, people. Live every fucking day."
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posted 21-02-2013 13:24
I think I ate too much fried catfish in Nashville. It's not easy to find around here, so I had it twice in four days while visiting my mom. I didn't think it was possible to eat too much of it, but there you go.

Also, Nashville is not Baton Rouge. No self-respecting Cajun would plunk a dill pickle slice on a pile of fried catfish. At least they held the cole slaw like I asked them to.

Have I mentioned how much I hate it when dill pickles come into contact with my food?
posted 21-02-2013 13:40
I've recently discovered that the proper Scottish way of serving porridge is the best. You've got to have it with salt.
posted 21-02-2013 13:52
The strap on my digital watch finally snapped during the first half of the Barnsley v Wolves match yesterday.

Spookily enough, when I was tying my shoes before a game of football, the laces on my right trainer snapped at almost exactly the same time as your watch strap.
Last Edit: 21-02-2013 13:53:02 by treibeis.
  • longeared
  • Peter Snow sings very low
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posted 21-02-2013 13:54
I just bought a 200g jar of coffee which was 15p cheaper than a 100g jar of the same coffee.
  • WOM
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posted 21-02-2013 14:12
caja-dglh wrote:
Oh, plus dog treats.


Great sentence fragment.
posted 21-02-2013 15:53
Just attended a three-hour course on risk. Alas, it wasn’t about the imperialist board-game of my youth. I felt a right wally wearing my Adrian helmet.
  • WOM
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posted 21-02-2013 16:42
I just gave the same training presentation that I've given 7 times over the past two weeks. The thrill has worn off.
posted 21-02-2013 16:48
hobbes wrote:
I just had a Chilango Buritto.
It was very tasty.


They're very nice aren't they? I usually go for the veggie ones.
posted 21-02-2013 16:56
I just received a minor rebuke from somebody at work who thinks they're authorised to rebuke me. For using apostrophes.

Apparently, apostrophes aren't 'target-group-appropriate'. I have no idea what this means.
posted 21-02-2013 20:31
Slightly Brown wrote:
Just attended a three-hour course on risk.


Risk: the great arse-covering exercise of the New Millennium.


I embarked on a radical breakfast departure this morning. No bagel, no toast. Instead a bowl of SWR's Breakfast Surprise. It's not technically a surprise, as I made it for myself.

A bit of the branny fruity cereal.
A smaller amount of the expensive muesli
A handful of sultanas
A sprinkling of pine-nuts, the secret ingredient.

Oh, and milk.
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