Saturday, 18 April 2015

The Daily Teaser — 18-4-2015

Ye gods, but bits of me are twanging, at the mo … !

Really … !

Frankly, I’ve been happily working quite a few hours, this week: managing to get finished, last night, at 10:30.

I got home by 11.

And posted the Friday Question Set, and got to bed, by 12.

With the net result, of course, that bits of me are … 

Well … 

Let’s just say I’m lining up cuppa number 2, as we speak.

That’s actually a good thing.

Frankly?

I’m back at work, again, today.

I can’t complain, to much.   It means I can look at buying my nephew something.   And think about another tattoo … 

Oy heh … 

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Friday, 17 April 2015

The Friday Question Set — 17-4-2015

You know, this is a Friday.

You know it.

I know it.

We know it.

THEY know it … 

Yes, quite!

We’ve established it’s a Friday, today, haven’t we?   Yes.

And I’ve got to admit, it’s possibly the latest I’ve possibly posted up a post — on a Friday — for quite some time!

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The Daily Teaser — 17-4-2015

Right … 

It has to be said, I caught quite a lot of the Leader’s Debate, last night.

Yes, I know, politics can be a chore.

But on the other hand … ?

I thought it looked like it could be … well … 

Entertaining.

Whether it was, or not, I really couldn’t tell you.

Personally, though … ?

Personally, I know Ed Milliband and Nichola Sturgeon did well, I’m also rather impressed with Natalie Bennett of the Greens.

Whether that will translate into votes, I really couldn’t tell you.

Come that first week in May?

We’ll have to see what happens.


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Thursday, 16 April 2015

The Daily Teaser — 16-4-2015: Cops And Robbers

Right … 

It’s looks like I’m up night and early, today.

Basically, a mix up in hours now means I’m doing 14·30 until 21·00, last night, and 10·30 ’til 16·30, today.

I’m not complaining.   It means I can concentrate on working on the till, dealing directly with customers: something I think is a strength of mine.

Just as example of that?   We’re having a fund-raiser, at work: you pay a pound, which goes to charity, then pick a straw.   Depending on the piece of paper that rolled up in the straw, you stand a chance of winning a free meal.

I managed to bring in £45, yesterday.   Not that I want to blow my own trumpet — although no-one else will! — but that’s a) pretty good, and b) the best any member of staff’s managed to do.

I’m rather pleased with that.

Now … 

Does anyone else think the lead singer of Fuzzbox look like Alex Kingston … ?


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