So, who wants to help ... to cower in the cellar?


#9782

I now carry a copy of my history (pertinent points) and my drug list so I can wave it at junior or locum quacks to ensure they know I have not caught my ills off the interwebby thing

Getting the hospitals to cc me in their letters to GP etc means I have letterheaded stuff for them to try and understand!


#9783

Hipflask?


#9784

Obviously you do, Twellsy. It’s fairly important for your survival.

Just reminded me to update my medication list

Carinthia.xx


#9785

Ha, yes. I used to keep a spreadsheet…


#9786

I would point out that one of the most drying things you can have is absolute ethanol.


#9787

Personally I’d place anything that might tempt them from the straight and narrow well out of their line of sight, just as I kept it safe from the elements yesterday.

You’d be doing them a favour…


#9788

I am afraid that I would cheerfully quaff my tipple of choice - if they cannot put up with a glass or two being drunk with a meal then they should not have gorn for a silly fashion thing


#9789

Wakey wakey you lot

Bacon sizzling in pan

Bread ready to cut doorstops from ready to construct bacon butties from hot buttered crusts


#9790

You certainly know how to command a Gus’s full attention ;- )


#9791

Bacon butty and a bucket of tea dear?

I tries to keep folk with a lining on their stomachs in case gin vodka pernod or beer happens…


#9792

Gosh, is that a thing that happens round here?

(Sits back and waits for beer.)

Oh all right then

yardarm


#9793

Hurls bacon butties to a pore starving freezing wee birdie

Birdies needs to be kept warm in inclement weather you know


#9794

Hmm, “performative hypothermia”. Two words that I suspect don’t often get used together.


#9795

Scandalized Font On

Hot Buttered Crusts are just that

Bacon Butties are never made from HBC

Scandalized Font Orff

Carinthia.xx


#9796

Not when you are in the vicinity, dere, no: once trampled, twice shy.


#9797


#9798

And we don’t know the names of two of them. One is a blue cheese called (possibly) “something-beginning-with-C,something that might be Bishop”; the other is the one with lines in it which is "something-beginning-with-W and possibly -“in-Hay.”

The nice man in the shop carefully wrote out an itemised receipt, you see.

The others are Cashel Blue, Jarlsberg, Camembert and Beaufort.


#9799

There is a Cropwell Bishop Blue.


#9800

Is that really ‘Come on Bert’ , 'cos it looks like Brie?

Either way, it can walk right over here, right now

Hungry

Carinthia.xx


#9801

Does look yummy!