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This also happened today:

  • 09:23 When you own a kitten, not only is there no point crying over spilt milk, it becomes a cause for celebration.
  • 09:40 Love getting the number 16 to work. I checked on googlemaps; the route's no longer, and I get trees and rivers instead of shops and spires.
  • 13:12 In the post office queue. The floor is wipe-clean now, and the bureau de change has morphed into a terrifying biometrics booth.
  • 13:18 It's a bit quieter and less scary than it used to be, under the shiny black eyes of the cctv, but no faster. I shall be late back to work.
  • 13:29 Had to edit from 'a lot less scary' to 'a bit less scary' as still some tattooed nutjob was muttering and trying to tear up the barriers.

Comments

( 5 worms — Feed the birds )
fjm
10th Nov, 2009 23:43 (UTC)
May I snag this for my NaNoWriMo effort? My protagonists have just acquired two kittens.
cleanskies
11th Nov, 2009 07:57 (UTC)
hahaha
Yes, sure :)
j4
11th Nov, 2009 10:47 (UTC)
Love getting the number 16 to work. I checked on googlemaps; the route's no longer, and I get trees and rivers instead of shops and spires.

Ooh. Top tip, thank you!
cleanskies
11th Nov, 2009 11:12 (UTC)
There's constipation on Donny Bridge, but no worse than on the High. It loops under the town centre via the back of westgate and New Road, tho, which might be a bit less convenient for your pow. Obviously, it's pretty good for mine ;)
j4
11th Nov, 2009 11:30 (UTC)
It ends up on St Aldate's, which is about as far towards work as any of the buses can get me (I rarely get the bus to work because it still involves walking across town, if the bike's out of action I'd probably just walk) but it's nice to know there's an alternative for weekends etc!
( 5 worms — Feed the birds )