.... and sometimes just haivering
I decline the invitation, but thanks all the same ...
Oh yeah - thanks for the invite but..erm..no..ta! tooperwer...ha ha..I can just HEAR it!
Can I come? I promise I'll only heckle a little bit. Well, maybe.I get my tupperware at leclerc. Is the "private party" tupperware any better? I must know. Even as I type, critical leftovers are improperly wrapped in my fridge.What came over you?
I promise I am not being facetious when I say that if it weren't for the distance, I'd be at your tupperware party with bells on.I love Tupperware. What did you buy? I've no clue of European prices for Tupperware, never mind scary Swiss prices.
Deborah, Wendz, Don't blame you. i wriggled out of the last one. this was a repeat invite.BKing: The supermarket stuff is far inferior, at least that's what the lady said.Ms Mac: I'll set up a webcam and you can participate from a distance. Actually, I bought a mixer thing which chops and blends but which also makes instant ice-cream from frozen fruit, sugar and cream. I tried it last night and it was truly delish.
The whole thought of a blogger/tupperware party (blupperware?) is too exciting for me to contemplate, but I need to admit too that I am a bit of a fan of tupperware.ms Mac - I'm sure there's a tupperware shop at Zurich airport or perhaps that is just some flight of fancy of mine.
I absolutely refuse to be drawn into this discussion.But Stella will tell you discreetly upon which side of the fence I sit.ANTIPO (not Anonymous)
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