Friday, November 28, 2008

Tails

I was on a couple of courses yesterday, both of which were good and to the point and on interesting topics (one on conflicts and the other on influence). Anyway, we were asked a question, which was what the first piece of music we had ever bought (rather ashamedly I must admit mine was Pass the Dutchie by Musical Youth. Anyway, moving on…). One of the people on the course said “Do you mean on CD or tape?” and various people looked at her and one said “er… I think for some people it might be vinyl” and she looked at us all, as though she had just realised *quite* *how* *old* we were. The first ever music she bought was by Suede and I can’t remember the song now but it placed her somewhere in the mid-1990s. Mind you, one of my colleagues whispered to me that his first ever music purchase (as a child…) was of some Bach Concertos. I did tell him that knowing him quite well, I was somehow not surprised by this…

In other news, I finally managed to get the biscuits I needed. Waitrose came up trumps and they were even in date. I now also need to make a visit to Woolworths, potentially before it closes forever, to get some red liquorice bootlaces to make the tails of some coconut mice I need to make in the next few weeks. What am I going to do if they close down forever? How am I going to have any mice tails?

Finally, I also see that the BBC plan to film a version of The Day of the Triffids next year, which I will eagerly await. But could it ever be as good as the book. We shall see.

3 comments:

femmeismygender said...

and can we have the coconut mice recipe please? pretty please?

Kahless said...

*embarassed*
Joe Dolce, Shutupa your face
*embarassed*

well someone had to!

Random Reflections said...

femmeismygender - oh yes, no problem - as you ask so nicely! I'll try and post it on my blog in the next couple of days. I have some other recipes I am going to try out in the next few days as well, so there may be a few other recipes as well.

kahless - I too owned that record and in fact my parents probably still have it. How did that record ever make it into the charts??