Unbelievable tales from One Who Knows.‘It is a comfort in wretchedness to have companions in woe’.
We're taking a bit of a breather while the world rearranges its underpants. Meanwhile, the other blog is here.
"We have put a sign up telling residents that there is no nutritional value in eating snow. Even the yellow stuff."
'even the yellow stuff', oh my giddy aunt, I have two doggies and rather a lot of yellow snow in my garden.... yuck! That is the yellow stuff to which you were referring wasn't it??? Or have I put two and two together and made five again.
And do they have scientific proof? We need a boffin or two to make this truly credible. Or edible.
Personally, Kevin, I would be disappointed by this announcement. They tell you NOW?
St Jude: I'll bet your garden's a model of antiseptic splendour compared to Brocklesbury Road.Madame DeF: there's rumour of a double-blind test involving a bottle of Thunderbird and some white dog shit.Elizabeth: hello and welcome! We're just happy to be told.
Oh, I am so dissapointed to read that there is no nutrition in Eating Snow, I had the urge to eat some last week, (hadn't done so since a Kid) and again this morning, a whole measuring Jug full........Never mind, I have enjoyed it in any case :-)
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