Today I have mainly been


#6892

Broke the last one did we :face_with_raised_eyebrow:


#6893

That’ll be all the Toblerone! :grinning:


#6894

It was held up with Toblerones and I’ve eaten them all.


#6895

Yes :+1:


#6896

yes i am sure they have some magic to clean ovens as brillo pads is sheer hard work !!


#6897

I’m not in software, but that is all very familiar :stuck_out_tongue:


#6898

To the Modigliani exhibition at the Tate Modern, and the Churchill war rooms. Twas lovely. Fish n chips fer me tea.


#6899

learning to suck coffee through a penguin before devouring said coffee soaked penguin.

I’m bored:)


#6900

Biscuit or bird?


#6901

Biscuit, for now .


#6902

Reminded that most supermarkets work on a Just in Time delivery system which apparently has little resilience and which can be easily wiped out by events. 3 of them this afternoon utterly cleared of veg & fresh milk. It was how I imagine living in Russia might have been during the cold war.

Fortunately we didn’t need either milk or veg today.


#6903

Had to get powdered milk earlier


#6904

Lol.

After a couple of days of winter storms, Tesco (Lerwick) is totally devoid of anything fresh. It almost reminds me of the supermarkets in Dubrovnik in the mid '80’s. Four isles full of tins of pineapple chunks, another isle full of tins of prunes and another six isles of empty shelves. It’s no wonder there were a lot of miserable people there and even less wonder that it ended up in a horrendous civil war.


#6905

aisles


#6906

Haircut.
Massive fry-up.
Epic snowball fight.
Rugby on the telly.
Huge beer session.
Zzzzzzz.


#6907

Would make for interesting viewing.


#6908

He does live on an island, surrounded by other islands…so the spelling might be ok :smile:


#6909

Isle of pineapple chunks :+1:
isle of prunes :-1:


#6910

Yep, an isle of pineapple chunks is ok, providing nobody’s making pizza with them :wink:


#6911

Rong - Hawaiian pizza is epic, 'specially with lots of seafood lobbed on there :sunglasses::heart_eyes: