07 August 2003 15:18
RE: THE SAD LONELY ROAD OF BROADBAND
07 August 2003 18:07
Well, ferny ewe shud menshun that but .....
08 August 2003 12:02
Hi Shauns, nice to hear you've been out and about, it must be getting pretty claustrophobic under that bed. It's getting even hotter. Far too hot to be in work. There's definitely something wrong when you work up a sweat on the way in to work. Try and have a good weekend. I won't say don't work too hard, but make sure you take on plenty of fluid ...... ;-)
09 August 2003 17:52
Did you hear that drivel on the gnus during the week about all those people
in shops, offices, etc. complaining that it was too hot to work.
11 August 2003 08:31
but it was too hot to work! it must have been hell for you. I hope you
haven't melted so badly that you can't drink?!!!!! apparently it hit 100
in Londinium. i don't know how hot it was here, but i don't think i could have
faced that. i went out in the car and had the air conditioning on
11 August 2003 09:58
Well, it's sort of official now. We are currently enduring what can only be
11 August 2003 10:21
It certainly feels like the fires are burning! Are there twice as many people
down there? Wifees (i'm allowed to say that) are probably thinking that's it's
too hot to cook in that little cottage kitchen, so they'll go out instead. The
owners are rubbing their hands with glee, you just have to rub your hands with
the tea towel and make some more chips.
11 August 2003 15:53
Correction - Headline should read
St. Ives chefs all go on mad knife rampage .....
You don't think I'm the only who is feeling the red mist descend, do you?!
12 August 2003 08:17
good god no, but i'm not emailing them! Wouldn't want to miss them out though, i do like to try all the eateries. The sun's not out today...but it's still damn hot! How does that happen then? It might rain later, yippee.....
12 August 2003 18:00
Even though it is cloudy, the heat you are experiencing is, in fact, not from the sun but the residual glow from the thousands of ovens, salamanders, mics and, of course, smouldering corpses in commercial kitchens!
14 August 2003 15:48
I see. Not so sure about the smouldering corpses (are they staff or stray customers who dared to wander in?)
I'm glad it's cooled down a bit, my fluffy family didn't like it one bit. During my midnight wanderings i often came across a puss lying upside down stretched out as much as possible to keep cool, dead cute. I felt really mean going back into my air-conditioned (don't ask!) bedroom where it was lovely and cool if a little noisy. I found one of the fish swimming with his bum in the air yesterday, they are in the coolest room in the house and it's still like a bath in the tank. Did you hear on the news that the river Dee which has the largest number of wild Salmon has reduced to a trickle and the fish are dying in thier hundreds before they can spawn. That's the price of wild Salmon through the roof then.
15 August 2003 09:58
Oh definitely staff.
Know how your fish feels, I wish I could find my off-switch and float gracefully belly up.
Even allowing for my many and manifest sins I'm sure hell can't be hotter (or horribler) than the Sloop kitch!
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