Saturday, 6 February 2010

(L)Eek!

Yesterday, I sent the Football Fanatic to Tesco for a celery.


She came home with this:








According to Wikipedia, 'despair' (to give up all hope or expectation) has somehow, over the centuries, been bundled in with 'sloth', one of the Seven Deadly Sins.


If you're listening, Lucifer, you might as well throw another log on the fire.



11 comments:

Working Mum said...

So it's leek salad for tea, then?

Miss Ellen E. said...

Maybe she was just feeling sorry for Wales after we beat them at the rugby! :-)

Miss Ellen E. said...

Oops, I've just notice you're talking about yesterday - d'oh! Maybe the Football Fanatic has second sight! :0)

Jeni said...

Hate to say this but I think that's probably the same kind of mistake the 18-year-old stepgranddaughter here would make too! And I'd never have her go shopping for meat for us since she can't tell the difference between pork, beef, turkey and chicken! Yep! It's true. Depressing isn't it when you think she is graduating this year, but from what, that I haven't a slue.

Maggie May said...

Congratulations! You made me laugh & that's not easy today!

Nuts in May

ChrisB said...

LOL that sounds like my mother writing her shopping list. She writes down one thing and means something completely different.

Akelamalu said...

Football fanatic doesn't cook then? LOL

Daryl said...

SO glad to see you ... I promise to be back to catch up xoxo

Beth (A Mom's Life) said...

If I'm not mistaken, Football Fanatic is beautiful, right? It's a good thing. She's definitely going to need her looks! ;)

Victor S E Moubarak said...

I don't understand ... that IS a celery is it not?

marylea said...

Funny. Close but not quite. ;-)