Processing Hot Wheels

I picked up my insurance documents from the post office, that needed signing for as they were sent to me by recorded delivery, then went into the town centre, played 2 games of bowling on my own scoring 80 followed by 94, then returning home promptly to my maximum security stockade.

It’s been a full week now, Frankie is gone, apparently I could have hired another car & claimed that back from insurance too. I have no such intentions. I’m looking around now, I’m going to get a bike. Just like Street Hawk except no way as fast & without the engine, or exhaust or much else to that effect, except I do want brakes & gears I suppose … ooh & wheels, I definitely want wheels!

Consumption:
3 figs.
1 litre Sainsbury’s Taste The Difference pink grapefruit juice.
1 Kellogs Elevenses
1 multipack packet of Walkers Ready Salted French Fries crispy potato sticks.
4 Birdseye’s potato waffles sandwiched in 6 slices of Kingsmill Gold happy wholemeal bread slices spread with a lower cholesterol pro-activ Flora spread & a filling of grated Cheshire cheese with a splodge of Heinz Tomato Ketchup on two of them & Sainsbury’s reduced sugar morello cherry jam on the other.


2 Responses to Processing Hot Wheels

  1. Wheels are indeed cool. I heartily recommend wheels for any vehicle, with the possible exception of planes, as it’s far more fun trying to land them without wheels. I suppose boats can get by without wheels, but they just make them look better. And hovercraft – well hovercraft are just plain cool on their own.
    And I think Tesco has cereal bars on offer if you’re interested in that kind of thing. I saw the Frosties ones with 40p off – a mere 99p a box.

  2. I actually got those swanky Kellogs ones on offer from Sainsbury’s 12 for £2, I was might chuffed with myself. As for the frosties types, no Tesco in a many mile radius I’m afraid, though we did sell them at Poundland Plc, though you’ve clearly found a cheaper deal … ;)

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