Forget a home she’s totally gonna toss you in a ditch.Dude, I pay her to be my cleaner. If I want to get my money's worth, imma crap anywhere I want
Cyberpunk 2077 comes out 4 weeks today and I’ll admit I’m getting a little hyped. Resisted the urge for years now...
Christmas tree up, lil ball of Covid on the top and all the food bought and stored.
He mentions the game everyday, multiples times a day. I’d be surprised if his influence didn’t have an effect on me by now...I see Scotts influence has seeped into your veins.
If my kids ate like normal people and wanted presents then I would be financially crippled.Dont happen to have a money tree going spare do you? Even with my bonus and extra cash I made from eBay over last few months Christmas is going to cost a fortune and dont think my bank is ready.
If my kids ate like normal people and wanted presents then I would be financially crippled.
Josh wants a pack of bagels and some maoams. Jake wants a toy crab and a packet of jellybabies.
Jessica wants a lot of things but she's an adult so she can buy her own stuff - she's got a couple of cheapy things in a stocking but gift wise, she's too old to be splashed out on at Christmas now.
When it comes to Christmas it's rare to spend more than £100 all in, including food and drink.
I love Christmas and if it was up to me, it would be a tree the size of a planet, a massive dinner with all the trimmings and gifts piled up...but no one else wants that.
Bunch of Scrooges
Yup, Jessica has similar expensive tastes and I have heard tell of the fabled teenage boy appetite...as much as the boys' psychological issues with food irritate me, there is no way on this earth I could afford them to eat like regular boys do.
Jessica keeps trying to convince me that a vintage Prada something or other is worth two grand but she can kiss my backside. I don't do designer when you can get the lookalike from Primark
Local restrictions start Saturday...busy trying to sort out socially-distant walks with friends I won't otherwise see for at least 2 weeks.
I think Sir Walter would have the perfect catchphrase right about now...