Posted by sean on February 6, 2015 at 9:21 pm in Fun At Home, Work Activities with No Comments


We’ve been in our new office for about 2 months now. It is still nice and clean. That almost changed today though, when I made my lunch. My meal was prepared by a world-renowned chef, who calls himself Ben. Uncle Ben to his friends (and presumably niece and nephew). After reheating Ben’s cuisine of Tikka Masala, I returned to my desk. That is when the accident happened. Somehow my hand brushed against the pot of curry and rice, causing it to fall over the desk. It was like a curry monster had shat everywhere. Despite being very hungry, I didn’t lick it off the desk. I did, however, clean it using a large number of paper towels. Luckily, none of the curry fell on the floor or my chair, so I was able to clean up the scene of the crime. No harm done.

On hindsight, I was left slightly disappointed that I didn’t take a photo of the curry disaster for my blog. Claire, being the loving fiancée she is, solved that little problem, by in her own words “giving me something to blog about”, when she accidentally dropped the contents of her tea – Quorn Shepherd’s Pie – into the cutlery drawer. I don’t really know how she did it, but it resulted in an alarmed scream. I have the photo I wanted for my blog, but we have a lot of washing up to do as a result.

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