Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by 172traindriver, 21 Jan 2016.
No one there
Yes mate, always struggle to sleep when up for work early as our management are discipline happy !!!
In work, snow about 5cm and coming down steadily, yesterdays snow had frozen before it fell. Thank goodness for spiked tyres.
Good morning AIG
Good morning crappy hampers
Get yer act together..
Green 18, Green 18, Green 18
Wipe, wipe, wipe
Inrng has a google calendar thing I must stick somewhere..(no suggestions)
If Eurosport has it might be on their player but they are doing all courts at the Open tennis down under....
Discovery has bought a controlling share in GCN's parent company
It's a Bananananana day.
Also, chocolate powder: It was on the counter and I saw it in a weak moment.
Tasted good though.
Not too cold?
Ice instead of snow. Just as well you were'nt riding in it.
Why no suggestions.
Snow, chocolate powder and bananananana. Dounds dodgy, even if temptation drove you.
Check the "Thieves Litany", often misused and called the Beggars Litany.
Been to all of them.
@Andy in Germany, worth a read.
Post Tea Update.
Those of you taking notes will remember that I had run out of normal tea and was using Posh Tea, which didn't come in bags and had no pictures on the package.
I can now share my expoeriences.
Two teas were available at the Ingermany Household: "Westminster (#259)" And "English 5 O'clock morning tea" (#374)
'Westminster' was appropriatley weak, insipid and bitter, slow to respond to water and didn't do what it promised: a general dissapointment all round.
"5 O'clock" was rather more pleasant, actually changed the colour of the water, and overall a much better experience.
However the whole business of making and cleaning up after loose tea withoug blocking the sink proved problematic. I concluded that in order to properly enjoy tea in this manner what one really needs is domestic staff.
Jusdging by the prices of loose tea in Germany, most people who drink it can afford servants...
Separate names with a comma.