Friday, 8 December 2017

Plugs

Although it has been blizzard conditions at times, the main roads have remained clear though difficult  to negotiate. The village school closed at lunchtime and I only left Trelawnyd once to buy parsnips to make soup.
When I was at Sainsbury's I bought  this


Bugger alone knows why, but it amused me !
I referred to it as a buttplug instead of a pugplug at the checkout.
Thank goodness the cashier didn't appear to hear me

34 comments:

  1. I think you got it spot on

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    1. Nice to chat to u tonight x

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  2. Hahahahaha! Perhaps the cashier was just pretending he didn't know what you meant.

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  3. I think Debra may be right and will dine out on that story for months.

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  4. Anonymous8:36 pm

    I may have bought it, too. What does that say?
    Debbie

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    1. You've lost your bath plug!

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  5. I'd have bought one too.

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    1. Ah, I'm not the only nutter then

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  6. Alan was going to buy me one of these last year, but they had sold out at M&S ... the only place we had seen them ☹

    Sainsbury's here I come 😊

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    1. If you can't get one I'll send you mine x

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  7. Another novelty Christmas tree ornament. Standards have definitely gone down the plug hole in recent years.

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  8. Totally off-topic but I wondered if you ever had lunch with the former co-worker who admitted life was not what she imagined for herself. This time of year might be the right time.

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    1. I am meeting her in January . We have texted a lot but I really want to meet again

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  9. It is rather cute...and would work as a drain stopper or butt plug. Let's us know which you decide to use it for.

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  10. Thanks for the LOLs, John! <3 <3 <3

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  11. Exactly the kind of tat I buy, much to my son's surprise.....he allows me to go shopping with him, and I aimlessly wander the aisles and come up with a trolley full of this kind of thing to take back to the US.....

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  12. Well, it IS awfully cute . . .

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  14. Do you always tell checkout operators what you are buying? "That's a Lincolnshire cauliflower...followed by a can of corned beef... a multipack of toilet rolls... and that, that's a novelty butt plug!" Most shoppers remain silent at the checkout.

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    1. I'm not quiet at the check out ... they probably groan when they see me in line .. I chat away about anything and nothing .. starved for conversation with a human instead of cats all day I suppose lol

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  15. Does it also limit the depth of hot water? You fill your bath just enough so it still floats!

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  16. That's a point Cro! I would need to ask the plumber for an extension for my butt plug and I'll bet he wouldn't cope - he's very young and innocent still!

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  17. I want that plug! Fab!
    Arilx

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  18. PLEASE use it as a butt-plug and get Chris to take a photo... PLEASE! That would be your best post ever.

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  19. Oh, I would have bought that butt plug ... I MEAN PUGPLUG, too.

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