||[Apr. 18th, 2007|03:20 pm]
Listen in, listen Ian!
I own two suits. One of them is currently at the cleaners. On the other|
one, which I'm currently wearing, the hem on one of the legs has become
unstitched. When I compare it to the other leg, there's no sign how the hem
on that one stays in place. It's sewn there obviously, but it isn't visible
from the outside of the trouser, which it must be sewn to. How does that
work? Am I supposed to repair this? Why aren't there people who go round
the offices of London offering a repair service? I'd pay a fiver for it
happily, and I bet it would be about five minutes' work for someone who
knew what they were doing. Gap in the market there.
Luckily, I'm going home to see the parents this weekend, so I'll throw
myself on my mum's mercy, and no doubt the
fatted calf will betrousers will be mended. Yes, I'll be 35 next month. What of
I managed to last the winter out without sewing the missing buttons back on
my coat too. I rule at not sewing.
I had a bacon and egg roll at lunch, but the egg wasn't runny, which is
rub. I've also been buying tickets to things as well, viz Lily Allen at
Somerset House, and an play with Victor Meldrews in it at the Ambassadors
Theatre. That should be good.