Well, it gives me time to look for flats. I also have a transcript to do. And it's money for doing nothing. Can't beat that. I mean...if I do an actual job for the companies, I'll get as much as this cancellation fee.
I'm thinking of spending about £800 for a flat. I figure...if I'm looking at places that are £650 anyway (basically the minimum price in Edinburgh), an extra £150 isn't going to break the bank. And I saw some decent places for that price fairly close to the court.
I took a 30 second video of Dunoon ferry pier and the seagulls but I haven't checked it out yet let alone uploaded. I don't think it's going to be particularly impressive. But it is cool to see in person.
Dropped a real load when I got home too. I had to go in the morning but it was five minutes before I had to leave so I had to just wait all day.
Defecating used to be a real struggle for me. Now, I couldn't tell you the last time I've sat on the toilet for more than two minutes before evacuating my bowels. I mean, I used to sit there for up to 30 minutes trying to get something going. No longer. And it's been this way for probably...I don't know...at least two or three years.
It's like sleeping. Used to have a hard time sleeping. Now it's easy. I've mastered it.
I wonder if it's just due to getting older. Is it easier to take a crap as you age? People do lose continence as they age, after all.
Not according to a quick Google search. "As we age, we are more prone to constipation and difficulty evacuating". This would seem to suggest the opposite.
Yeah, I don't want to delve too deeply into this subject but all these links say the same thing. As you age, it takes LONGER to defecate. I must have improved my diet. Drinking more water. Getting out of London probably helped.
Let's see...I'm not really hungry but I should eat something. Long day tomorrow too. I can make a sandwich.
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