Monday, 14 November 2016

Precious Roll-fu

Ordering a roll in Greggs was asked was it just a round one or a baguette. Wanted to say "the one that's a roll, rather than the one that isn't ". But I didn't. Is such word usage a thing now, or was she just trying to get another quid out me? What would her motivation be for such behaviour? Do Greggs have a luxury resort where winners of Baguette Pusher Of The Week take their rest? Or is it something more sinister? "If you sell more baguettes this week we'll let you see the kid?" I guess we'll never know.
I don't want to take freeze rolls in aspic. I just want to keep on top of what they are.
Take care of each other.