Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Goliath, Oct 20, 2010.
No pun intended, I assume.
A silver pendant:
It came with a silver chain, but I didn't care for it: it was too short, and the clasp was too difficult to manipulate. So I hung it on a leather cord instead.
*Brushes at beard-dandruff*
Love the fan -not too good to have in my house though; with the cat an' all... I did study the Dyson-fans today; very cool (if you'll excuse the pun) but also very noisy -while I was looking for an ice-cube maker -which they didn't have anywhere in town
Bought a couple of nice little boxes in stead:
See, I'm not a fan of little boxes (I know, the fairer sex enjoys having tons of little boxes to put God-knows-what in them), but LEGO-Boxes? That I can get behind
They had them in several sizes, ranging from shoe-box, over lunch-box and down to the ones I bought.
The USB-dongles are only to show size, the blue one easily holds half a pack of fags and a lighter -the red one I intend to use for my tobacco-additive
Just today I simply could not talk about LEGO on a Star Trek-board without a mention of the newest pieces, made to go where no man has gone before:
Jupiter, Juno and Galileo Galilei
Leaving Earth tomorrow on the Juno spacecraft!
I just purchased some books online.
And a bottle of cologne--a brand called Hammam Bouquet--on eBay.
That was expensive, but in my opinion, if you're going to wear a fragrance at all, you should wear a good one. Few things smell worse than cheap cologne. Plus, I didn't pay full price.
Yum. Best way to eat ice cream.
A chunky KitKat.
Some wet cat food that my cat is ignoring.
That ungrateful little...
External Bluetooth GPS until with auxiliary antenna.
Some hair dye, some "supplies," a bag of pretzels and a box of diet Dr. Pepper.
My night is set.
He has been pecking at it a little now, I think he's starting to like it. That or he just got way too hungry.
I remember when my cat used to do that.
Anyway, I bought a Dime bar on my way home from the library.
A book - Modernism Rediscovered - a three volume followup book to another one of the same title from Taschen. They are wonderful books full of the gorgeous architectural photography of Julius Shulman. I also picked up the box set Playboy Cover to Cover - 60s, and I have the Complete New Yorker 1925-2005 on its way.
A bottle of mouthwash at the Duane Reade at Penn Station
Dinner a Smokey Bones
Grocery shop at Tesco.
A week's worth of groceries.
Groceries. Not quite a week's worth, but a fair number.
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