Beautiful Things


#967

Am I the only cunt who buys it ready made?


#968

To see a world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wild flower…

https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Chickpea-seed-Cicer-arietinum-L-A-Ventral-view-showing-external-features-B_fig1_259709133


#969

Lou finished her Christmas cake today.

Well I think it’s beautiful anyway.


#970

That is a lovely bit of work. If I was to level any minor criticism, it would be that Lou has gone overboard on the @Jim s. :wink:


#971

Thanks, I’ll pass that on

:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#972

Expect a bill from his intellectual property/image rights people imminently.


#973

I’ll pass that on too


#974

Needs cheese. :+1:


#975

Cheese will be consumed as an essential part of the eating ritual.

Extra mature Cheddar, probably.


#976

Crumbly, mind.


#977

It will be whatever Cheddar we have in the fridge.

We can’t all just nip down to Fortnum & Masons when we feel like it.

:wink:


#978

Excuses, excuses :smiley:


#979

I live on excuses.

Actually, I could go to F & M, just not nip there. I reckon 4 days would cover it. Just.


#980

You’d need a good wadge of cheese for a chance any of it made it back.


#981

Wensleydale.

Cheddar with christmas cake?

WTF is wrong with people?


#982

Wensleydale works too, Either would work for me.

Just depends on the mood (and the contents of the fridge)


#983

I despair. They may as well close the schools now. They don’t teach anything useful any more.


#984

Eh? Your keyboard appears to be speaking in a strange dialect.


#985

Stilton and Christmas Cake, with a lovely glass of Sloe Gin


#986

Mmmmmm, let me think.

No, not Stilton for me. I love the stuff, but not with xmas cake