Showing posts from November, 2017

Tooth fairy

Teeth, urgh

While it's only 7 mins out of my day. Nothing bores me more then the thought of flossing and brushing my teeth before bed.

Yes, I'm in my 30s and should be grown up enough to not care. But just the thought has me comatose. Then your mouth gets icky by 10pm and you get off your bum and brush away and remember it's not so bad.

I've tried switching hands, listening to music and multitasking but still snoozefest. In the morning I think I'm too sleepy, so auto pilot takes over. Honestly I often get to work and I'm surprised I'm dressed.

However, the worse insult to injury is the dental hygienist.

Dear dental professionals, I have no idea why you want to look on people's mouths. OK we do indeed need you. But that does not mean I understand you.

So what prompted my latest angst. Well s couple of weeks ago, I was stuffing my face with some nostalgic fruit salads. For those of you unfamiliar with these, it's a chewy sweet from my childhood that …

14. Gelatorino

I was finding it hard to locate more gelato shops but fear not I found one, Gelatorino in Covent Garden. Rushing to tasty delights after work may not be wise for this venue as they close fairly early compared to thier competitors. Thus when we arrived, we were curtly informed that we could eat our gelato outside provided we were fast. The place was deserted, but they didn't seem bothered about customer service. After what must of been too long debating, Jo (my willing accomplice) and I went for the exact same thing, dark chocolate and cherry ripple.

Now I must confess, I'd been back to Gelupo the week before so I'm judging this place by a very fresh high standard. Which isn't all that fair.

But life is full of bias and while my opinion my be tainted my taste buds are harder to sway.

So how did they do? Well, I can't say I was that thrilled. It was all OK. The cherry ripple was too sweet and just not that interesting and the dark chocolate wasn't chocolatey eno…