Holiday Snaps

Oof. We’re back. I’ve left Stena Line with some full and frank feedback on the difference between something called ‘tastes like fresh milk’ and actual fresh milk – they really shouldn’t leave those little comment slips out where people can get hold of them while they’re at a loose end on a ferry.

Anyway, we’re all a bit knackered, so I’m going to leave you with a selection of holiday snaps.  Just be grateful I didn’t invite you round to show you the whole lot, maybe with a slide show …

black_guillemots newcastle_harbour mountains_of_mourne

dundrum_castle legananny_dolmen

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11 Responses to Holiday Snaps

  1. Just be grateful I didn’t invite you round to show you the whole lot, maybe with a slide show …

    Depends on how fresh your milk is :)

  2. disgruntled says:

    well ours at least came out of a cow, as opposed to those little plastic pot things

  3. Paul says:

    Reminds me of a friend who ordered a freshly squeezed orange juice in a London hotel.

    After sipping it the question was, “when was this freshly squeezed?”.

    Embarrassed waiter comes back, “… er, yesterday”.

  4. john says:

    you did well to get the guillemots picture.
    John

  5. j says:

    Are those the reeks?

  6. disgruntled says:

    John – they were actually fairly approachable, for some reason
    J – eh?

  7. PaperBoy says:

    I love those comment slips – often they’re not large enough to get the whole comment off your chest though.

  8. disgruntled says:

    There may be a reason for that.

  9. PaperBoy says:

    Indeed – luckily they often leave plenty of them that you can continue your comment on as many as you like, number them and fold carefully (origami class optional) so they don’t get separated.

  10. [...] their nasty coffee and the substance known as ‘tastes like fresh milk’ which I have objected to before and will object to again every time I encounter [...]

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