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Hello! I present some frequently blurry and occasionally pretty pictures, all taken on my K700i... ta-daa!

Service may be patchy at best, since my laptop's being tinkered with and I can't figure out how to work the SnaggleTooth majigger on my dad's computer. Come out of my phone, little pictures, be freeeeee

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my nemesisesises - I /will/ finish them today. Even in the face of extreme fullness from pear and chocolate crumble.

I wish everyone at moblog bunnies and daffodils and fluffy chicks and egg-shaped deliciousness!
16th Apr 2006, 19:13  


Mr E says:

Mmm...Green and Black's.....

All I garnered was a M+S Myrtle Moo cow shaped choc. I miss those halycon days of rabbit choclates...

16th Apr 2006, 19:33

Helen says:

I can't eat chocolate bunnies, I just can't. It seems very wrong. Chocolate cats are almost as difficult.

I don't like real bunnies all that much.

As for Maya Gold... enjoy... quickly, slowly, whichever way... it's all good.

Damn. Wish I hadn't had that stupid notion that I am far too grown up for chocolate eggs now.

16th Apr 2006, 19:44

paws_mcgraw says:

too... old...? Nope, sorry, I've lost you.

16th Apr 2006, 20:38

Helen says:

I also had the even more stupid notion that a chocolate egg is no different to a bar of chocolate and, thus, nothing special.


16th Apr 2006, 21:03

A says:

helen - foolish!! ;oP

we had an eater egg hunt at 23, 23, 25, 27, 24 years old.....

never too old!

19th Apr 2006, 19:28

Helen says:

I ate several small, flat, chocolate bunnies at work today to make up for it. And for being at work.

19th Apr 2006, 19:39

A says:

well done. but i hope you have learnt now, that in order to enjoy easter, you must feel sick at some point during the day, and of course an *eater* egghunt is mandatory!!

19th Apr 2006, 19:48

paws_mcgraw says:

Yes, A, yes - if you don't feel at least a little queasy at the end of the day, it ain't Easter.

See also: Christmas

19th Apr 2006, 19:50

Helen says:

I've never been on an egg hunt. Never ever. Are there clues? Or do you just hunt eggs?

19th Apr 2006, 19:59

paws_mcgraw says:

I missed one on Sunday where the clues were all maths theories and Shakespeare quotes - nice. Damn my tiredness.

19th Apr 2006, 20:03

Helen says:

I may have managed half of that.

19th Apr 2006, 20:08

paws_mcgraw says:


19th Apr 2006, 20:45

A says:

either one with clues, or a free for all - they are the funnest things in the world!!

you have missed out!!

maybe next year?

we used to have one with the whole street every year! so much fun, except that there was this one woman who used to hide real boiled eggs - boiled in coloured water so even the egg inside was green/blue/pink...yuk!!

19th Apr 2006, 20:54

paws_mcgraw says:

my mum was telling me how my grandmother used to do that for them every year (back in the days when chocolate was rationed, or something), and she'd have to go to church with her hands all dyed, and felt extremely embarassed. She sounds nice, I wish I'd known her - the rest of my family are fairly awful.
Except for my cousin James...! (in case he ever makes the journey down moblog way)

19th Apr 2006, 21:26

Helen says:

Nah, I'm a maths genius, except my brand of maths isn't officially recognised, yet.

Maybe I'll invent a chocolate raisin hunt.

19th Apr 2006, 21:43