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The things I do for work...
7th Sep 2006, 22:50   | tags:,,


FilbertFox says:

send it to me.....

7th Sep 2006, 22:52

archer says:

Alas I have to eat it (with my colleagues) tomorrow as it's our bosses birthday.

7th Sep 2006, 22:57

Dhamaka says:



8th Sep 2006, 06:18

FilbertFox says:

but ut's my bosses birthday too - he will be upset you didn't snd us a cake

8th Sep 2006, 08:11

kostika says:

I'll pretend to be your boss and eat it with you :o)

8th Sep 2006, 09:38

FilbertFox says:

ok that is a nice amount of cake each

8th Sep 2006, 09:46

archer says:

Dhamaka, it's coffee cake, not chocolate cake, as the gaffer doesn't like chocolate for some reason (crazy fool). I was going to make lemon cake but we had that yesterday as it was someone elses birthday. Two work-cake days in a row - we'll get fat!

8th Sep 2006, 10:15

Dhamaka says:

that makes me feel a lot better

enjoy getting fat!

8th Sep 2006, 10:56

FilbertFox says:

getting fat is so nice (and easy)

Being fat? No so nice, but still easy

8th Sep 2006, 11:44

archer says:

So, for the record, the cake went down well with the staff. Apparently, being a cake maker now exempts me from weekend support work - yay!

8th Sep 2006, 19:55

anonymous says:

Blessed are the cake makers!
They who shall be exempt from weekend work!

Coffee cake though? Sounds crazy to me...still, if chocolate was turned down, what can you do?

12th Sep 2006, 06:28

waps77 says:

Dah, forgot to sign in when I wrote the above. Glad to see you back posting again after a bit of a break btw...

12th Sep 2006, 06:29

archer says:

Yes, back with a vengence. I had a short break from moblog posting due to a distinctly broken mobile phone that Vodafone's insurance made an arse of replacing.

Serves me right for falling in a pond.

12th Sep 2006, 10:19

waps77 says:

More details Mr Archer...

How did you and said pond come into contact? Surely beer or other alcoholic beverages weren't involved? ;)

12th Sep 2006, 10:55

archer says:

The incident involved me, copious amounts of alcohol, a game of boules one of our directors.

It was a very unfortunate affair and I'd rather not go into it. It suffices to say, it's best not to play boules in the pitch dark, near a pond while pissed.

12th Sep 2006, 11:34

joie says:

You're not fooling anyone you know. It's clearly a bowl of pasta. The plate says so!

20th Sep 2006, 10:01

archer says:

Once again, you have rumbled me, joie. Your superior skills of observation have outwitted me.

20th Sep 2006, 10:22