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    Working in a scrum delivery when the business analyst is a control freak. The bellend wants access to my offshore dev team. He can have that if I can pin him to the floor via my boot on his throat for five minutes.
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    Early lunch of pâté on (wholemeal) toast

    Seems quite changeable out there, but it’s definitely inclining back to “cloudy”

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    Bunch of daffs put on Strangelove Parents' grave, mostly for Strangelove Mater, whose favourite flowers they were.

    Instead of Ye British Standard Jam Pot receptacle I used the bottom half of a plastic drinks bottle (Vimto apparently) which is rather safer when the strimming lunatic is around.

    I note that more bulbs appear to be springing into life on said grave, no idea what, but crocus or snowdrop are possibilities.

    Very tempted to put a cutting of that very vigorous rose on there but it would take over the cemetery, the one in my front garden got to 8 feet tall before I "pruned" it.

    Naturally enough, since I thought of continuing up the hill on my daily constitutional, it immediately started pissing down, so I came back home, collecting a couple of extraneous cans on the way, as you do.

    Plainly there'd been rivers of water coming down the hill overnight.

    Lunch: beans on Morrisons' sunflower and pumpkin seed toast, 1.05 pints of good Glengettie tea, and a beetroot sarnie plus a bramble jelly sarnie for good measure.

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    Lunch being prepared

    Chicken Kiev and Spaghetti
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    Tesco £3 meal deal for lunch. Deli Meat Feast sub, Spicy Chilli Big Hoops and a Coke Zero Cherry bottle. Bargaintastic. #permiedreams
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    Scourer’s quiet today

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    Found out I can install Spotify on my work laptop without any questions. Massive bonus when you want to look busy on a call.
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    Morning all
    It’s not currently tipping it down in Nashville, so I’ll go out for a walk soon. Just need the effects of last night’s excesses to ease.
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    Lunch was a bacon sandwich. Not quite the same with sourdough bread. If I had known that was what HWMBO was planning, I would have gotten one of the very nice part baked baguettes out of the freezer and baked that up.

    No sauce.

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    Grrrrrr

    Went out to get a birthday cake - instructions are:-

    Can't be chocolate as I'm making 2 chocolate ones (we've had 1 for their party with friends, the other is for the family meal next week)
    Twin 1 doesn't like jam

    I eventually find the sole cake that meets the criteria - a large caramel cake
    You shouldn't have got that Twin 2 doesn't like salted caramel (it's not salted)...
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