Monday, January 21, 2008

A biscuit day

I've been thinking about food a lot recently, especially raw food. Food you can pick of the vine and stuff into your mouth. Food that is so tasty you can't just go 'hmm' you have to sing about how lovely it is while doing a little 'this is tasty' dance.

This might just be because I'm drinking less, or just living a healthier lifestyle. Or perhaps I spend so much of my day frowning at a laptop or pacing around trying to squeeze thoughts out that even the slightest distraction becomes terribly exciting.

I think It's Australia day tomorrow and there is some sort of bash going on. I wonder what I'll make of the cocktails after this mostly puritan lifestyle. I'm hoping that even the most megre Sea Breeze will be exiting now.

In other news my poor flatmate has just been told today by a chap (the chap she has been having an on-off thing with for the last ten years) that he never loved her. This was done in a way that implied that he was entirely blameless for messing her around for the last few years and if anyone was to blame it was her. Honestly people can be such shits sometimes.

She was of course rather upset by this but after sorting out some other aspects of her life and a decent cup of tea she seems to be okay. It really should have been a cup of tea and a biscuit but we don't have any in the house. We probably should, for emergences like this where a person just really needs a biscuit. After all you never know when you are going to have a biscuit day.


Clair said...

Hats off to your pal. I know the feeling...also, you appear to be London's Most Prolific Blogger. How DO you do it?

Louche said...

I spend most mornings in the library trying to write serious things.

So I end up either updating my blog to pass the time or repeatedly typing 'All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy'

piqued said...

Speaking of not drinking, next week you're going to have at least a day off. Myfwt and I are seeing you, no question, no excuses.

Prepare yourself.

Louche said...

Piqued, That sounds excellent. I need help with Operation Motorbike so it's practically research.

piqued said...


Wednesday is looking good...