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Thursday, August 27, 2009

People in glass houses
Shouldn't.

Oh, this is intolerable.

You can barely move in Meeting Room One because it's full of chairs, all samples from the furniture company that's hoping for the business of kitting out the revamped Carbootsale Library.

Now we find that you can't use the table in Meeting Room One (one of the other ones) because it's piled high with glass bricks.

4 comments:

Gadjo Dilo said...

Are you sure they're glass bricks? Could be a consignment of Fox's Glacier Mints (bought mistakenly by Policy Team, who thought they were back-numbers of Foxy Classier Minxes).

Ladybird World Mother said...

Or perhaps a new version of Jenga... ooh, I can see a marketing opportunity here...

PI said...

I know what chairs are for (I went to a grammar school) - but glass bricks?

Kevin Musgrove said...

Gadjo: at two foot square they're a big ginormous for to be Glacier Mints. Even some of our staff would struggle.

Ladybird World Mum: no...! have we not woes enough?

Pat: we did chairs at our school, too, that was a proper education. I have no idea what the bricks are about and I may never find out.