A single red rose
Then, you can invite a girl over for dinner and she will dine in the greatest luxury.
See, this could be where I've been going wrong.
Yoghurt (of course)
What should I buy then?
A pair of feet.
A bass fuzz pedal
Oh! Mentionng edamame reminds me that I have some frozen gyoza at the moment. Mmmmm. WHY CAN'T I LIVE IN JAPAN?
A Monkees "Best of" album and pies.
A Shania Twain album
Fresh wholemeal bread
Some nice pens
A tin of peaches
Nice pens! I also want to put in a vote for nice pens.
2007-03-19 10:35 am (UTC)
We're deluged with them in work, is the thing.
Then you are very fortunate. We only have really rubbish pens and I don't want to get started having a big rant about the pencils, they look like pencils but don't leave a mark on the paper, you just have to scratch the words into it with the fake lead.
Sorry, that's me, not T1m. Though I do work with him.
"T1m"? Is my name swearing now?
Leopard Food! Have you read The Tiger Who Came To Tea? They buy a big tin of tiger food in that.
a yacht and some dairylea slices
A rubber mallet
A 1 metre level
1kg of hundreds and thousands.
A spare house.
One large bottle of Bombay Sapphire GIN
A small pot of Gentleman's Relish
Five pairs of socks
A 1977 copy of Shoot! with a picture of Gordon Hill on the front
The biggest hard drive in the shop
The finest wines available to humanity
A Camberwell carrot
Don't weep in the butcher's shop.
Whenever Jo goes to Crouch End, she comes back with those little chocolates with coffee in them that you get from the nice Italian deli opposite the Budgens. Well, those. You need to get those. Perhaps have them out in a bowl for people visiting you. Every Wednesday. That's a good idea.
While yr in the Italian deli, think about some nice fresh pasta, a good olive oil, also think about Italian treats (biscotti or something nicer). Oh yes, you could get a Tiramisu, I never fail to find a use for a Tiramisu. It really is a useful thing to have around the house.
nice Italian deli opposite the Budgens
Sadly, that place is owned by a cvnt.
Bag for life
Anything off the dented tins shelf
Half a pound of tupenny rice
half a pound of treacle.