Tuesday, September 25, 2012

* Less Squinting Of The Eye

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22 comments:

  1. What a lovely memory, and if it only took you 20 years you've done well.

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    1. Hi Nancy! Actually, what am I talking about?! It took nearly FORTY years! Still, not bad. We've not seen much blogging from you of late - I hope you're well, and that we'll see your return soon! Indigo x

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    1. And are usually worth the wait! x

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  3. But grapefruit's a fruit. And a sour one. Bacon for me every time, although my mother wouldn't have recommended it.

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    1. Hey Dufus! Thankfully, my mum made lovely crispy bacon too. Not had bacon like that in years, FULL of salt mmmmm Roth

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  4. I love grapefruit... sadly, I'm not allowed to eat it anymore. Damn cholesterol medication! (Doesn't say anything on the label about bacon, though.)

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    1. Hey Paula! It's a long shot, but the bacon may not be a good fit. I'm just saying. I think you must have been eating a lot of fresh fruit, you're a slimmer shadow of your former self. I really must get over to see you all. Indigo x

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  5. I'm looking forward to my adult kids realizing that I'm right (just like I realized my mother was right when I was the age they are now) - and after that, it will take another decade for them to admit it :) So you're about on track, I think!

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    1. Hey Jen! The best any parent can hope for is that their kids finally realise they were trying to impart some wisdom. Fingers crossed for you! Indigo x

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  6. "But I don't fancy the bacon's chances."
    You made my day with this sentence. :)

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    1. Hey Dawn! Great to see you here, welcome! I shall be popping over to your place a little later to say hi. And bacon? Without being contrary, it was toast. Indigo

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  7. Wonderful, as per usual. I did that same kind of thing with circus peanuts last week.

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    1. Hey Joshua! Circus peanuts? Hmmm, I've no idea what they are; I shall have to investigate. Ooh, I bet Elliot has some. Roth

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  8. I still haven't realized that your mother was right even though my mother is of the same opinion when it comes to grapefruit.

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    1. Hey Claudya! It's okay, I shan't tell either of them. I love grapefuit, but in the scheme of things, I'd rather have pizza. Indigo x

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  9. Oooh, grapefruit wrapped in smouldering bacon. Amen to that

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    1. Well, I'm more of a sizzler than a smoulderer, but YES! With maple syrup. And garnished with a pork pie. Roth

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  10. Yuck! I hate grapefruit! I dont' even like oranges. Lemons and limes are fine though, (if you have gin that is).

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    1. And ice, Linda! Don't forget ice! Indigo x

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  11. Mmmm grapefruit. MMMMMM BACON!!!!

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    1. Hey Kato! Okay, it's 10pm, I forgot to have dinner because I was playing BORDERLANDS 2, and I WANT BACON! Mmmmm sammich... Indigo x

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