January 15th, 2006
|10:42 pm - I like Sundays|
The are Easter eggs for sale at the supermarket. Easter eggs! It's still freaking January. People have only just taken down their Christmas decorations. And they are selling Easter eggs already!
There is something very, very wrong with the world.
And Sundays have officially become my day for slobbing about and being domestic. Tested out some of that keen Bogan fashion styling, ('Cos my nice stuff was in the wash) and slept in.
I like lazy Sundays. Why can't it be Sunday more often?
I am currently writing up my next Links List. This might take a while...
Proper Easter eggs? My gods. That's kind of disturbing, particularly since they'll end up melting. Is not even my birthday yet, and that's nowhere near Easter.
There weren't any big eggs, just those bags of mini eggs, but they did have Easter written on them.
And it just weirded me out majorly.
Could they be left over from last Easter? *grin* I've seen that sort of thing sometimes. But it is quite weird.
(Mind you, when you consider the Xmas buildup... not entirely surprising)
Somehow I doubt they are quite that old.
And it isn't that surprising. Disturbing as all hell, but not surprising.
When I used to work in the Off Licence we'd be putting Easter Eggs on sale from January 1st. No really.
And I'd buy a whole box of Creme Eggs all to myself to munch on between then and Easter.
They bring out the easter eggs and hot cross buns on 1 January each year, to give you the full three months to stock up. Scary, isn't it?
It is utterly terrifying.
Hey, hope you don't mind me invading your journal but I thought I'd let you know that I deleted the thread on T&C because I didn't like how bad I made you look. And very sorry again.
And Easter Eggs in shops already? Easter isn't until APRIL! The world went mad a long time ago but it just went even madder. Crazy people.
Oh, it's fine, really.
And it truly is a mad, mad world. Dammit, now I'm going to have that song stuck in my head again...
|Date:||January 15th, 2006 10:49 pm (UTC)|| |
Actually for the second year in a row, the
wageslaves staff at Coles were forced to put the Easter Eggs out on Boxing Day.