I had a day out to Dublin at the weekend, met up with a good friend and we decided to try Wagamama’s for lunch. It was very disappointing, some of the staff hadn’t showed in so all the curry options were going to be at least 30 minutes which, of course, they didn’t tell us until we were about to order. We settled for a chicken and prawn with veg, stir-fry with brown rice. What we got was a brown rice stir-fry with a 3 prawns, very little chicken (about half a fillet between both of us) 1 mushroom each and some very uninspiring looking veg. We complained and got it for half price but it wasn’t even worth that. We won’t be back!
On Tuesday, 5 of us headed to the Millenium Forum to see the Royal Moscow Ballet perform Swan Lake. A great night was had by all and I didn’t even mind missing my art class for it. Highly recommended! Keep an eye out for them, as they are touring Ireland, at the moment before moving on to Holland and then Poland later on in the year.
I had a couple of days off work last week too; the best 2 days of the week and the year, so far, weather wise at least. Unfortunately, it didn’t last long and we are now back in a cold spell. But what really pissed me off about it, was all the bloody doom and gloom merchants. You can’t even enjoy a good day now without the whole ‘climate change’ terror on the media. I don’t know about you but I am sick to death of being terrorised about everything.
Don’t sit in the sun – you’ll get skin cancer!
Don’t eat meat – you’re destroying the planet!
Don’t buy new clothes – you’re destroying the planet and exploiting the poor!
Don’t fly anywhere- you’re destroying the planet!
Don’t light your fire in the winter – you’re destroying the planet!
Don’t use plastic – you’re destroying the planet!
Don’t drive a petrol or diesel car – you’re destroying the planet!
Arrrggghhhh! I can’t stand it! All the joy is being sucked out of life with this constant terrorising of the population: everybody, guilt-tripping over everything, and stressing out. It’s no wonder everyone is depressed and anxious with this constant onslaught of fear, negativity and misery.