Thank you for your tracking efforts Alexandra and friends. I look forward to reading more of your catalogue. It's more entertaining than the paper!
“Not at all,” she said. “I don’t think we’re going anywhere for a while.”
“Some thoughtless idiot has ditched their car here and other cars can’t get out!”“Oh that’s awful!” I commiserated, slunk into the car, and drove off fast.
“Now you’ll have to wait till I print your receipt.”
“I can see you’ve had a hard day,” he said, repeating his mantra. “But you must understand that I can’t break the rules.”“Yeah, that’s what the Nazis said too,” I said nastily. “I hope you never have to wait for a heart defillibrator.”
|Long queues of irate passengers|
|I suppose all smokers are temporary or temporarily smoking|
|Loved the signs. The coffee wasn't too bad either|
|This was the last place to shut down.|
|Have you ever tried doing it while standing?|
What did she think I was going to do? Leave the country?"No way, " she said, "We don't do credit. Besides the office doesn't like having to keep our money separate."
" I knew you' d back," the lady said as she handed me the last bag of pears. She must have seen that murderous gleam in my eye and been too afraid to sell them to anyone else.Anyway, you'll be pleased to know that those pears tasted just as sweet and crunchy as they looked but you know what? I still wouldn't mind a banana.
|I'm sure this must be illegal. It's the best fun we have had for days|