This is what life is about. Working as little as possible. People say that you get bored but not this guy.
What am I going to do tomorrow? Maybe bake a pie. Do they sell pre-made pastry crusts in this country? I can go to Waitrose and check it out. Get some raspberries while I'm there. I can make my own crust, of course, but I don't want to.
Actually, this whole pie idea is too ambitious. Maybe I'll just buy a pie. It's too bad that Baker's Square doesn't exist in this shit country. Actually, does it still exist in the US? They weren't doing too well, surely. It's a chain of restaurants that basically sell pies. Later, they tried to expand their menu and had the slogan "come for the pie, stay for the food" but that's not very encouraging of the food quality.
Oh, yeah. They're still around but they filed for bankruptcy in 2008 and closed a bunch of stores. Only 46 remain.
I could sure go for a pie, though. The store-bought ones, even at Waitrose, aren't very good, however. There's an independent coffee shop near to that Waitrose that might have pies. They have pastries, certainly, but maybe just coffee-sized. Anyway, I'd be too self-conscious to go there and buy a pie.
You can get pies from here:
£35 for a pie. Can you believe that shit? Ten bucks in the US. And that's Bakers Square. For £35, I better also get a handjob from the top-heavy deliverywoman.
There's a business idea. Handjob-o-grams. I suppose that prostitutes already offer this service.
But seriously, £35 for a pie? No way. Who's paying that? Total rip off. All you need is a pre-made crust, a can of pumpkin, an egg, some sugar, I guess some cinnamon, and you're done. How much does that all cost? Five pounds? Unbeliveable.
I've never seen canned pumpkin in this country but you can order it.
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