Wednesday, June 03, 2009

The definition of naivety

Current work: Modern Heat
Listening to: various show tunes
Reading: Crazy for You, Jennifer Crusie (enjoying so far)

Naivety is: leaving an opened box of Lindor balls in the fridge, when the author in the house on deadline, and expecting them to be there when you get home…

Any more out there? (Definitions, I mean. Not Lindor balls. I still feel a bit sick, actually. But they were nice.)

4 comments:

Jan Jones said...

Expecting cavity-wall-insulation team to turn up at ten o'clock, when on closer inspection the letter says "will be with you between 10am and 3pm"

Donna Alward said...

Lindor balls = red wine. Same effect.

Cole said...

LOL love it Kate!

India said...

Definition of good friend: someone who knows when you're stressed about exponential girth expansion and sends you bath treats instead of chocolates for your birthday.

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