>So, as I mentioned yesterday, today I went out. Me and my mother went to a town around 12-15 miles away called Thetford… and we bought things. Well, she bought things for me. Being completely skint I can’t really afford my own stuff, just borrow money from her and eventually pay it back when I’m less moneyless.
So, here is the stuff I got today. Don’t judge me.
PC Gamer May 2010 issue 213 [£5.99] – this isn’t weird, I get it every month. Thought I’d list it for the hell of it though.
The Rise + Fall of ECW [£2.99] – from a charity shop, a 2-DVD set covering six hours of what happened to the old wrestling promotion ECW.
Persepolis [£2] – a DVD of a film just a couple of years old, which I’ve been wanting to watch for quite a long time now.
Red Sky crisps [£2] – two big-ass bags of crisps, Cheese and Bacon flavour, which will be stored for later consumption. This is only the start of the edibles.
Bovril drink cups x24 [£3] – three packs of eight cups which you stick some hot water in to make an awesome drink that tastes nothing like the spreadable Bovril but is yummy nonetheless. It’s kinda like beef gravy.
Smarties Easter egg [£1] – why be on time for Easter when you can be late and get an extortionately-priced hollow piece of chocolate for a fair alternative price?
Coconut Ice [50p] – the same shape and even the same colour as your standard piece of nougat. I’m not entirely sure if I’ll like this or not but it looks yummy. I spent most of my life not really liking desiccated (sp?) coconut but recently I kinda got into it, so yeah. Plus it’s full of sugar so it’s automatically awesome.
Spicy Balti Mix [49p] – a packet containing a spicy version of what is essentially Bombay mix. Bombay mix + spicyness = my drugs.
Chilli Tortilla chips [79p] – will be saved until I can get my mits on some guacamole. That is the only way these can be consumed.
Mint Chews [50p-ish] – a four pack of mints that are basically Mentos – same shape, same flavour, same tube length – but not quite as good. Still good though.
Complimints [£1-ish] – a two pack of mints that are nothing like Mentos. These are more like those ridiculously expensive Smint things, but each pack is in a nice tin and contains rather a lot of mints that are small but powerful. Niiice.
Chilli-coated peanuts [79p] – self explanatory. Just to be “cool” and “original” they’re branded as “Nutz”. With a Z.
Milk Chocolate Mini Delights [50p] – one for the packaging gods, a card outer layer containing ten individually-wrapped chocolate “sticks” that are filled with a strawberry and cream kinda filling. Very tasty.
Disco Biscuits [49p-ish] – Biscuity bit. Chocolate bit on top. Then with some UK-Smarties-like sweets on top. From memory they get sickly fast but when they’re not sickly… mwah!
Super Long Drinking Straws [£1.49] – 50 one-metre-long straws for long-distance drinkiery. Mum suggested they ought to be cut to size. I said no, I’ll be using these puppies at full length!
Blow Bubbles [£1] – One pound, six thingies of blowable bubbles. They even have a wand each. I mean, seriously, sweeeeeeeeeet! Child at heart and PROUD.
So that’s my little excursion’s worth. Enough food to last weeks, enough toys to last days, and enough DVDs to last, like, as long as I like them. Will return to relative relevance with the next blog… maybe. See y’all!