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Posted on 28 May 2012 20:30:57 BDT
pixie says:
Nothing like a bit of pastry! Yum!

Posted on 28 May 2012 20:46:03 BDT
classybird says:
...pastry, cake, buns, anything will do. My darling son just offered me a custard doughnut...didn't want to offend! And there's a chocolate cake sat in the kitchen too

In reply to an earlier post on 28 May 2012 20:56:37 BDT
Good Health to you too susannah! - and may all your scones be fluffy and light!
Did they rise with the sun this morning? Or is your husband back to manfully crunching biscuits again?
LOL

Posted on 28 May 2012 20:56:55 BDT
Pub Landlord says:
Medicinal brownie sounds rather suss.....but this is well weird:

http://asexualeducation.tumblr.com/post/21125864662/food-analogies-to-explain-asexual-attitudes-toward-sex

Posted on 28 May 2012 21:02:17 BDT
Hi classybird, Hi Pixie!
I missed the programme! Still, when you're living the dream in an NHS unit, who needs to see any more pain!
Everyone here keeps whining and whinging - their lives are just one long moan!

Not wonder all their visitors keep doing a runner - you should see them with one eye on the clock just praying for visiting time to end - hysterical!!! x

In reply to an earlier post on 28 May 2012 21:05:58 BDT
Last edited by the author on 28 May 2012 21:06:12 BDT
pixie says:
Suzy, try and do catch up when you get home, really interesting programme. Poor man had good results with the advice he was given. Glad you home soon, I can't imagine it's much fun for you, twitchy visitors and all!x

Posted on 28 May 2012 21:08:57 BDT
classybird says:
Oops! Pub, that does sound a bit dodgy doesn't it? but the brownies are full of chocolatey goodness and nothing suspect - they take you to a higher plane all on their own so much so I have a bit of barter arrangement with the local garage when the car needs a once over! When my beloved started a new job with an old workmate last week, there was disappointment when brownies didn't appear on day 1 (they made it on day 2)

In reply to an earlier post on 28 May 2012 21:09:23 BDT
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Hey, living the dream Kid, just living the dream!
Shame it's someone else's idea of a good time - not mine!

Chocolately goodness? - hah I'll try that one on the nurses!

What did you do on day 3 - the mind boggles?

Posted on 28 May 2012 21:16:02 BDT
classybird says:
Suzy, I hope you get another patient with an equivalent sense of humour to brighten up your days- I know they're out there. When my dad had an op the nurses didn't want him to leave (and I think he was having a fun time too. He kept the other visitors entertained too - we're a multipack family of Snickers.

Posted on 28 May 2012 21:18:56 BDT
Pub Landlord says:
"They take you to a higher plane" - where did you get the recipe for these medicinal brownies?

Did your car mechanic previously run a cafe in Amsterdam?

In reply to an earlier post on 28 May 2012 21:20:33 BDT
I am avoiding everyone at all costs, I dodge from doorway to doorway doing impressions of a dripstand when confronted by anyone in a paper gown or white coat.

In fact, I've been here 3 days and nobody knows yet - Shhhhhh!

Posted on 28 May 2012 21:29:41 BDT
classybird says:
No Pub, just the higher plane of chocolate heaven, taking you in and out of theobromine ecstasy! The best natural high a person can get! Sadly, mixed with a huge amount of butter and sugar, if you eat too many you don't float around in this state!

Suzy - day 3 they finished off the batch of brownies and had to wait for today with the chocolate fudge cake ;) His last workmate is a bit miffed as I "make the best farmhouse cake he's ever had" (I'll be sending him a food parcel now and again)

Posted on 28 May 2012 21:31:08 BDT
Two nurses are pointedly staring at me - and putting together a trolley full of medieval torture instruments!
I think they have sussed my cover - gotta go! - under the bed? behind the cistern? through the window? or out the fire escape?

Posted on 28 May 2012 21:37:05 BDT
I'm hanging onto the bottom of the tea trolley!
Just approaching Checkpoint Charlie now. Catch you all later - if they don't catch me first !!! x x x

Posted on 28 May 2012 21:38:37 BDT
Damn that Charlie is good! - BYEEEEEE!

In reply to an earlier post on 28 May 2012 23:36:29 BDT
I've read I'm going to be allowed to go to the picnic.Is it really true,because I think I'm being teased.And a jacket.With shiny buttons?Sausage rolls and cakes?I'll never sleep tonight with the excitement.Oh,I shall look so resplendent.But what hat to wear?I need some advise.

Posted on 28 May 2012 23:51:59 BDT
Hi sweetie,
Hmmm, tough call - how about sombero and flipflops?

In reply to an earlier post on 29 May 2012 00:17:56 BDT
I'm ruminating,or is it cogitating,anyway-I'm thinking it over.I like the idea of a sombrero,but I'm far less convinced about flapjacks.I shall bid you a good night,it's too hot.My kind aren't used to it.x

Posted on 29 May 2012 00:22:22 BDT
Ohhhh, an Arctic wobberoo.
Okay, we will fill Carole's paddling pool with ice cubes for you.
Nighty-Night, Sleep Tight! x

Posted on 29 May 2012 15:26:02 BDT
Pub Landlord says:
I have visions of wobberoo being rather like the white rabbit.....a picnic, jacket with shiny buttons.....will you be late, wobberoo? If you are indeed the white rabbit, you should wear your top hat...

Posted on 29 May 2012 15:43:18 BDT
No, wobberoo is definitely more of a 'Roo' - Christopher Robin just told me.

In reply to an earlier post on 29 May 2012 16:23:39 BDT
Suzy, oh Suzy, what have I done? I,ve just read all the latest posts and can,t help but wonder how to tame the creature that is "very silly foodie people" you are all completely bonkers and by the time get back from my enforced separation from you, you will all be completely insane. I see we have one or two newcomers' as chairperson I expect you to keep them in line, but I think that you are the ringleader. A very naught Pixie is close behind and Olga is practically off the rails now. I am going for a paddle in my pool now just to calm myself, so if you could pour me a rather large martini it might help, pour one for yourself too, on me. If things go completely barmy I suggest a diet of milksops for a few days, too many medicinal brownies could be the cause, I don,t think sausage rolls would cause this kind of unrest among the ranks...Anyway,I,ve got to pack now and that always creates all kinds of silliness in me. Please be kind to yourself and take care of those old bones of yours, I wantvto find you in one piece when I return. Love to everyone on board.Carolexxx

In reply to an earlier post on 29 May 2012 16:28:09 BDT
pixie says:
Happy holidays Carole! Remember you don't have to pack the kitchen sink!.....Those words aways ringing in my lug 'oles by the lovely husband! have fun, eat plenty, make notes of anything interesting you find in the foodie shops but mostly have fun!x

In reply to an earlier post on 29 May 2012 16:38:40 BDT
Cheers Pixie, my hubby reckons he needs a fork lift truck to lift my bag, I,m trying to squeeze more in while he,s not looking, happy days....

Posted on 29 May 2012 16:44:00 BDT
Dear Ouzo Solarium
As Chairperson I think it best you pour Carole a very large glass of sktur! g held a vi sum a fara a hrun.
Regards
Sir Stintoto Trebostine (Deceased)
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