Giving a revelation of how exciting my life can be I present a picture of a wall. Not just any wall but the wall surrounding a shopping centre. Not just any shopping centre but one full of clothes the original shops failed to sell, in short rejects! I suppose I should feel at home here. The place was quiet, possibly because the kids have not yet left school, they throng this place after leaving adolescents being very concerned with their outfits. For myself this was like a day out. Not staring into a laptop hurting my eyes and not finding what I am looking for given a miss for a while. That job made worse by the machine playing up as they do with things disappearing and suddenly showing up again. I had at one time to use the system restore point and go back a few days thereby finding one or two things missing, not that I can remember what they were of course. Now everything has to be resigned in, or accepted by the Firewall or whatever. Good job I am not one to complain that's all I can say.
There is no complaining about buying three T-shirt, 'XL,' and trying them out at home to realise that after one watch they return to 'L,' as they always do! Why do Bangladeshi's not understand that we are ever so slightly fatter than they? I realise that the £5:99 that I paid for these shirts would pay half the wages of the sweatshop but at least they could allow for a stone of ugly fat, surely? I suspect sadly that the word 'fat,' is meaningless to the majority of the downtrodden in Bangladesh. The difference between the lives of the workers there and the more expensive shops here is huge. How lucky we are to be born in the grumbling grasping west.
I have once again resorted to eating less in a vain effort to lose weight. Topping this with a more
stressfull active day, clearing up the front of the building, exercising for oooh five minutes, walking the streets looking for dropped coins, and taking the free bus to the glamorous shops. Actually for me there is almost nothing worth looking at there, quite what folks see in it fails me as the bigger town shops are better.