Sugar Daddy - ‘Creepy Flowers in the Attic Phonecall’
Now if the Loser Cake date wasn’t bad enough, he called her a few hours later to ask if she’d like to go for dinner to a seafood restaurant for the next date. His reason for this is because his sister likes seafood. Yes, he plans on taking his sister along to the next date. He repeated his sisters name multiple times, like it was a big bonus. He even messaged his sister whilst they were on the phone and asked if Kitty was free on Friday. She said she was booked all month.
That is freaky, right? Men don’t usually take their sisters on dates. But she decided to look on the bright side of things - at least he isn’t married.
So there is definitely no second date lined up with Loser Cake aka Creepy Flowers in Attic guy. She is thinking of maybe agreeing to it, turning up and speaking in French the whole time.
Yes, Sugar Daddy antics have returned. This time it was in the form of a weird mess-up on my friends behalf. She had two private tuitions (*cough* Sugar Daddy dates) planned today. She’d planned to meet Guy A for lunch and Guy B for coffee after work. Not such a difficult plan, right?
Well, it was lunchtime and she was waiting for Guy ‘A’ to turn up and sent him a message. She didn’t have either guys’ numbers on her mobile but she did have emails and went off them. So she sent the message and got a phonecall back. A very confusing call:
Guy: Where are you?
Girl: At the exit
Guy: Which exit?
Girl: Covent Garden exit
Guy: Oh, are you meeting your friend in Covent Garden?
Around then it hit her, she must have accidentally sent the message to Guy B, instead. Oh dear. She got the drift that coffee after work with Guy B were off because he was like: “oh, you are with your friend today, it’s ok we’ll meet up another time.” And then went on to tell her to be careful of the bad weather.
So she carried out her lesson with Guy A and went home.
A while later, she realised she had a missed call and message from Guy B, saying he was waiting for her… Turns out, the guy she was talking to on the phone this morning, wasn’t Guy B after all. She double checked all mobile numbers, not Guy A, not Guy B, not Guy Last Week or any other Guy…who is he?
So now, she owes a huge explanation/apology to Guy B and has organised an “English Lesson” with a mystery man. (Phew!)
Is all of this making your head spin? Because it made mine spin for hours after my friend explained the whole scenario and I had a pretty tough time writing about it too.
How To Enjoy Modern Art 4
Really, to appreciate art and understand it you have to experience it first hand, go to exhibitions and visit new and national galleries. Don’t let anyone tell you what you like. Modern art is like sushi. Once you’ve tried it, if you get the taste for it, you want to have it again. And then, once you realise you haven’t been poisoned, you get braver, maybe even try sashimi; and in this way your taste advances as well as expands.
When in London visit the Serpentine, Hayward, Whitechapel, Saatchi and the National Portrait Galleries. Near Brighton you’ll find Charleston House and in dear old Manchester theres Manchester Gallery, Whitworth, Chinese Arts Centre, and Cornerhouse amongst others.
(Magda Archer; ‘Crazy Mad’ Cornerhouse Manchester)
This is the most random mural. Fish & chips? Army surplus? And who are all those characters with funky hair?
I’ve never tasted this type of tomato before so I thought I’d buy a few today. It far exceeded my expectations. Insanely crunchy, sweet and fragrant. I asked the grocer where they’re grown and he started educating me on the history of tomatoes… it went in one ear and out of the other. I don’t even remember the name, because it’s a tongue-twisting French one.
The weathers been crazy these past few days, so seeing these red hot chillies made me wanna cook something really hearty and spicy. The thing is, the only thing I can make in a kitchen is a mess…and several small fires.
When im feeling gloomy on my way to work I pop into this tea shop, the walls instantly cheer me up. The tea and cakes aren’t bad either!
I stood and admired these beauties for well over 10minutes, all the while having the following argument…with myself:
I really want one
Just have one
But surely its over 250 calories, and the carbs…
Sick and tired of this, im having one…
HOW MUCH? What a rip off!
I bet they use organic ingredients though…?
It’s equivalent to a plate of rice. Do you want a plate of rice or a small cake?
It’s a one off. Have it then starve yourself tomorrow.
No it’s not worth it. Just don’t.
I managed to peel my eyes away eventually and have been feeling moody and irritated since. Torture.