As I managed to bash my hand in the kitchen I can only assume that my subconscious is telling me what my brain already knows, namely that I’m bored with this sculpturing lark and need a break. Due to various circumstances I have been working away in my sort-of-studio-cum-spare-bedroom for the last 4 days and enough is enough…
So…rabbit, is also the term used for general, non-directional wittering which is what I intend doing as I am well versed in the exchange of meaningless trivia.
Fat-free yoghurt has been annoying me for ages now. I have always believed that milk was a suspension of fat in water and that fat free milk would, logically be water … well, actually its whey, but I know you can’t make yoghurt from whey, only norwegian-style brown cheese.. So…what is fat free yoghurt then? It turns out that they bung in a bit of whey powder and wall-paper paste. That is what has been irritating me really, the fact that they are allowed to still call it yoghurt when it is better suited to hanging paper. I accidentally bought low-fat creme freche … what a nightmare it tasted of nothing, what next? low fat clotted cream? Alcohol-free wine? oh, yes, it’s on the same supermarket shelf as meat-free lamb cutlets.
So… as I am just rabbiting on and I can’t repeat my Use-Of-Crap-Words-Fouling-The-English-Language-Rant I might as well continue on the food thing. I bought a litre of cheap Cola from Tescos. Just 17p, (that’s about 25 cents), half of it I used to remove the fur from the inside of my electric kettle [just pour it in before you go to bed] and the other half I used to clean the limescale out of the toilet [same method]. It is the cheapest cleaner around but how is it legal … a) to sell it so cheap and … b) why are people allowed to drink it? I think water is about 1000% more expensive.
OK, so enough of all that…I’m off to bed. Working in the snow tomorrow and putting the sculpturing on hold til Friday now .. (it’s all going fine).