Posted by sean on July 7, 2007 at 10:25 pm in Life In Bath, Shopping, Video Games with No Comments


… that was one of many taunts sung to Mr. Watkins on Friday evening after he threw away a 3-0 lead on Bomberman, allowing me to come back into the game and claim a much deserved victory. My recent Bomberman performances have been slated my some, but I think I silenced my critics last night – two games played, two victories.

The video gaming antics were preceded by a trip to Garfunkles. I wasn’t too hungry, so ordered a light pasta dish – sadly, it was adequate at best. I’m a crap cook, but even I could have managed to put together what was served up in front of me, and it would have cost a damn site less than £6.75!

A lesson: Garfunkles are great for steaks, chicken dishes and burgers – they also do an excellent “all day breakfast”, but when it comes to pizza and pasta, they’re RUBBISH. I wouldn’t hold out too much hope for their curry either.

A trip to the supermarket for mango sorbet and “posh cider” (which was recommended to me by Simon, Sainsbury’s drinks connoisseur) made things better, and filled the hole which was left by the small bowl of soft, overcooked pasta.

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