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Discussion in 'Personal' started by emerald52, Feb 27, 2020.
Gin, tonics, cup-a-soup, porridge, spaghetti, olive oil and...
...Comedy zombie apocalypse movies, Tins of baked beans, soups, peaches, pears, mandarin oranges, mango, uht milk & noodles.
Nothing, as I will be forced finally to empty the freezer of all its lurking horrors. I might even get round to soaking and using the aduki beans that I bought in an ill-judged fit of enthusiasm.
I just relabelled my 'No Deal Brexit' stockpile as my 'Coronavirus Quarantine' stockpile. Job done.
That's an idea, I shall mentally consider all the dull-but-worthy foodstuffs with exceedingly long shelf life and great resilience to being used to be my "emergency stash". That was tiring, I'll have a cup of tea and a bit of a rest now.
Bit risky if they are from Italy.
My current book, Cheetos and Irn Bru.
Probably less healthy than Coronavirus.
No virus could survive in Irn Bru
....and if it did - it wouldn't sleep for a week.
Use them as a face scrub, just grind them in a food processor or coffee grinder.
If you are of a certain (middle) age, you may remember the Body Shop’s Japanese Washing Grains. These were simply very finely ground aduki beans!*
*ok, possibly with some ground rice mixed in - but plain ground beans works fine and great as a hand exfoliator and softener!
I don't need a quarantine box. I have my SAS manual which tells me how to skin a rabbit and how to forage for leaves and how to produce water from the atmosphere using a plastic bag and a bucket.
A big bar of chocolate and a lot of alcohol. That virus won't stand a chance.
Same here plus we have stocked up on hand gels and both freezers are full.
I hear that shares in Dettol are soaring.
I think it's OK to keep all those the hand gels at room temperature.
And Mr Belle!
You're keeping him in a box?