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I hate trying to think of what to make for dinner. Almost as much as hanging up clothes on a minky.
putting clothes on the line
bringing them all in again
mop the floor
god, i just cannot cba. gonna off myself.
the worse part is knowing you could be doing anything else
the worst part is knowing that this is it forever until you eventually die
local support: Minky Ennui
Old Blue Last, £7 on the door (£5 with flyer
such a waste of time
Absolutely tedious and depressing waste of my time.
which i will probably never do
getting quasi-wackaging e-mails from retailers with emojis in the title or 'open for a surprise'
YOU'RE STILL GOING IN THE TRASH
do you EVEN know WHO you're emailing?
could be worth it
This week I've just been eating an apple and a bitesize block of cheese because I cba. How long until I die?
Hope you're ready for the responsibility of being Batman.
So grateful for having a canteen at work so I don't need to think about weekday lunches. If I'm ever working from home I find myself having to talk myself out of phoning in a pizza for lunch because I cba coming up with something sensible to eat.
Oyster cards, electric, gas.
Boiling the kettle in the office kitchen
Making toast (either done too much or too little).
passports, complaint forms etc
did some forms recently. have since had them sent back to me for me to post back to a different department(!!!). and they've asked for me to send a SAE with it too.
i was instructed to send it to said department. they signed them off for me and returned them via the post to send back to a different department with a SAE. if i was told in the first place i'd have saved myself time and a stamp.
and forgetting the password
logging in to anything and forgetting the password then having to reset it.
OH GOOD GOD
Sometimes you just want a cup of tea and a quiet time without the incessant foreplay.
asking people to only shred one bit of paper at once. fuck off
all those shirts and trousers washed, dried, folded, hung and put away knowing you'll be doing the exact same thing the next sunday and the sunday after for about years and years and years...
i am currently discussing with Mr S about when is a good age to teach them to make cups of tea -got to have some pay off
I loved doing it. Still make her tea when I go back to my parents' house now.
But then I get in trouble / live in dirt. So it's got it's downsides.