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Apparently I “move too quietly”


Tuesday is steak night at the Gash (the local Wetherspoon), so Darren and I decided to go and eat some cow.

A pleasant evening was had – lots of chatting while eating our cow-based meals, and a couple of pints were imbibed (it’s quite weird going out on a Tuesday night – you don’t want to drink too much ‘cos it’s not even halfway through the week*)

Leaving relatively early, I arrived back at Lisa’s at about 9.30 or so and let myself in – this in itself is a relatively noisy affair, as my key tends to stick a bit, so I mutter to myself trying to free it. After successfully retrieving the key form the outside of the lock, closing the door and relocking it (then the 30 second struggle to get the key out of the lock again), I took off my shoes and wandered into the lounge where the delightful Lisa had her back to me, sorting out ironing and stuff.

Not wanting to surprise her by speaking, I sat on the edge of the sofa and watched her while making faces at the cat sat on the windowsill. Some 10 minutes later, she finally noticed me.

Hence the comment “I move too quietly.”

Pffft – would it be better to sound like an elephant running around I ask you?

*Thursday night (curry night!) is a different matter – I only work half a day on the Friday so can cope with being slightly hungover.

Heh heh…

Another good Friday (that’d make a GREAT film name), spoke to Psycho Tony and made my point clear, drank the pub out of Stella, sent another text to Harriett declaring my undying love etc. then came home and opened a bottle of red wine.

The travesty is, having risen from my pit, I noticed I’d not finished the bottle (my dad would’ve given me so much stick for that – it’s just not the Bennett/French way) so, glass of cheeky Merlot for pre-breakfast, then quick bath and down to the Gash for brekkie.

As an aside: you know you were shit-faced when you realise you were using a £20 note as a coaster…

I love my life 🙂

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