We’re going to IKEA this afternoon, is there anything we need other than a nailbrush?
So go on, tell us what you bought….
Bought nothing essentially (note the cunning use of the word essentially). And no am too tired to be a loofah person. And even though they have featured in my past, I have always felt that they were kind of useless. I mean, it’s not like your back gets particularly grubby.
So ‘essentially’ is probably 6 different pieces of furniture – you’re well on your way to being the latest to turn their house into an IKEA shrine.
Can’t say I see the point in loofah’s myself – I’ve actually found them highly uncomfortable any time I’ve experimented – I like the skin on my back where it is thanks very much! Needless to say my back is highly ungrubby anyway…
Not 6 pieces of furniture, no…
Not 6, no…. See, a natural cutehoor answer!!! Politicin’ is totally in the blood, even when you take the Corkonian out of her natural surroundings and implement an IKEA programme and hide the car keys… 😉
[Do you go much to central brussels by the way?]
No am staying out of the centre of town, it’s clearly dangerous and inimical to my key retaining strategy.
Shame… wanter to offer to buy you a coffee next week. 🙁
Are you really in Bxls next week? Mild shame as I am in Dublin!
Indeed a cagey answer. I’d be proud if it wasn’t being used to fob off a fellow Corkonian!I note as well that Mr. D is offering drinks to Mr. Waffle’s better half now – so even the bonds of marriage aren’t sacred to him!
It would seem so… Wednesday over till Thursday afternoon / evening. Ah well, such is the way of the world…. maybe someother time.
And just for the record, Locotes, the coffee offer extends equally to MrW – blogsub extraordinaire. But the pink bear goes back into hibernation until some other opportunity presents…
Locotes, in the matter of rash extravagance, I have to fend off queries from all quarters. Jack, have conveyed news of the pink bear to the Princess and she is gutted. Alas, maybe next time?