E by gum, some right tasty lasses there! Cankles and all!Globalti said:For a minute I thought she was one of the Wirral wives at Aintree: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/...shions-at-Aintree-Racecourse-in-pictures.html
I agree about the Assam/Earl Grey blend - most refreshing. And yes, thick butter (must be Président) on cold toast.... mmmmm... not sure about those toast crumbs in my bed though....Watt-O said:Delicious with Marmite: toasted Waitrose Organic Heyford Wholemeal Tin, left to go cold, thick layer of Wheelbarrow butter, and a generous smear of Marmite floating on the top. Washed down with a nice cup of tea (50/50 Assam / Earl Grey blend [loose leaf], and organic semi-skinned milk), shared with Vicky in bed on a Sunday morning after a long, long, long road workout ;-)
Probably.Watt-O said:A visit to the opticians is overdue.
Your standards are obviously higher than mine!ChrisKH said:Probably.
What I mean is, if she wasn't a famous cyclist, but a model would you look twice? She is very presentable and all that but compared to some she is middling. I don't have a Phwoaar moment when I see her, if anything she is a bit young and not sufficiently curvy because she is a sportswoman and all her curves have been trained away. For an Olympic cyclist she is moderately attractive and this adds to her saleability as a product, but there it ends.
Have I been overdoing the Bromide?