8 out of 8. 8 out of 8. 8 out of 8. 8 out of 8. 8 out of 8. 8 out of 8. 8 out of 8.
So there. (Hey, I’m doing appallingly badly at the footy tipping this year; I’ve got to celebrate when I can.)
While at Southland yesterday I found a certain early purchase of an ristmaschay resentpay for the idskay. They were with me, but I went back later to get it. Discounted, but still expensive — they’ll have to share it. It’s now hidden, and I’ll say no more until December.
Having done that, I found myself with a quandry: I had to do my grocery shopping, but I had forgotten my reusable bags. Is it more evil to drive home to get my bags (thus burning more petrol) or just go ahead and shop, but have to use those ecoBastard kill-the-seals plastic bags?
I went ahead and shopped. The checkout chick ended up giving me about 10 plastic bags. Coles seem to have switched to using very small flimsy ones, perhaps to encourage people to get sick of them and get reusable ones.
The usual brand of recycled tissues I’ve been trying to find weren’t available there. I wonder if they’ve fallen foul of the wheeling and dealing that goes on between suppliers and supermarkets (according to an article in the Good Weekend on Saturday). But cause for celebration: another brand of recycled tissues was available, so I got them instead.
I triumphantly returned to my car in the carpark, to find I’d left the window open for the hourish I was in there. Big whoops. I’m glad no passing people noticed that…