||[Jul. 20th, 2006|11:31 am]
Listen in, listen Ian!
Oh, man. I always think I should make sandwiches to take to work, because it's obviously loads cheaper, but I find it a lot easier to sit staring vacantly at the telly or computer screen when I'm at home at night. As part of the plan to change and be generally less indolent though, after doing the washing up last night (yes!) I made some cheese and ham sandwiches and put them in the fridge.|
Where they still fvcking are. Every single time I actually get of my ass and make sandwiches, I forget to bring the fvckers. I'm quite bored of that now. I can't even have them for tea as I'm going straight out after work to eat. Tsk.
Have you tried putting something strange in front of your front door to remind you to take them with you? Like an apple.very_true_thing
wants to start taking sanwiches to work and this morning I offered to make them AND put them in the new DALEK lunchbox I bought for him but he said no.
Or a note that says "SANDWICHES!" maybe?
If I had a Dalek lunchbox, I'd never forget then.
Oh! A note might work.
Woolworths have the best lunchboxes.
Much better than cheese and ham sandwiches are toasted (slowly) bagels with cheese and apricot jam for your lunch.
Right, I'm off to the canteen where they won't have any of those.
But they had Shepherd's Pie, so I win really.
nooo.. not apricot jam, mango chutney!! mmmmm....
Ha, I'm the same - buying Ginsters pasties from the petrol station for lunch is both expensive and unhealthy, so each week I buy bread and cheese and stuff, but never tend to bother to make the sandwiches more than about once per week (I'm in too much of a hurry of a morning, and in the evening, as with yourself, it's generally easier to sit in front of a computer all night instead). This week I thought I'd cracked it by buying cheap pasties from Tesco on Monday, but then I bloody forgot to take one this morning anyway. Ginsters it is, then.
Mmm, Ginsters. Get a Scotch Egg Bar.
Nah, I'm a Buffet Bar man... amazing, those things. Stupidly expensive for the amount you get, though. But I could eat 'em all day.
I keep a loaf of bread and a jar of marmite in my drawer so I can make them at lunchtime.
In the days when I took lunch to work, I used to have a little notice that sat on the table where I had breakfast, saying 'Lunch in Fridge'.
I've just got in, and I've put a note under my Oyster card saying "Sandwiches!" which should do the trick.