Speaking of which, Doritos Collisions are back at the local Tesco. But they're now hidden in a small area and only one variety is available. One variety was available for a couple of weeks and now it's the other variety. They're all sold at the discounted price of £1 while the other Dorito flavours are full price (£2.50, I think).
So it seems that they're just liquidating the stock and they weren't popular. I find that surprising. They're not as good as the previous incarnation of Collisions but they're still pretty good. I'm going to miss them.
Is there other news? I don't think so. I'm considering starting Tinder up again. I took some pictures in Finland so I'll have to see how those turned out. Crop my lady friend out. But yeah, it's been like two years since I last went out with any internet freak. I've just given up. Companionship is fine for some people but not for me. I'd rather be alone than with those fat, unemployed, unattractive, single mothers anyway.
I've been working a fair amount. Had like two months with nothing much and nothing this week but last week was five days and I have stuff for most of the rest of this month.
I was thinking of applying for a job in the Virgin Islands. I saw an advertisement. That would be cool. Maybe. I don't know. Something different. Maybe some hot chicks there. Hot chicks who would be willing to do sexual stuff to me. But probably not.
Anyway, why worry about how much work I'm getting? First of all, if I want more work, I just need to contact more people. I did that recently and got two jobs immediately from that.
But secondly, do I even want more work? The answer is no. I enjoy not working. And even though I'm not working, I still have money. Even on months where I'm only working a few days, it's still enough to pay for all of my bills. How many people can say that? Work for four days a month and all of your bills are paid.
It's been cold, though. I have this poverty meter that you have to top up by going to the shop so I don't put the heat on unless it's absolutely necessary, and even then just for a few minutes. But when it's this cold, it's hard to get out of bed. I just don't want to go to the shops to top this shit up. If I had a normal meter, I'd just keep the heat on all day and who cares, I'll pay the bill monthly or quarterly or whatever it is. I don't care how much it is. So I think I'm going to save a lot of money with this destitution meter.
Let's see what Mr Manning is up to. Still lives in Taiwan. Balder and fatter now. That's how it goes. Your metabolism slows as you age. Just have to eat better and exercise more, if you're interested in losing weight, anyway. As for the hair, he's at the stage where he should probably just shave it but I don't tell people what to do with their hair.
I mean, it was easier for me because I was fairly young when I shaved it. I was like 29, I guess. So you still want to look hip and whatever.
But if you're almost 40 and have got this far in life with thinning hair, if you shave it now it's sort of like "why bother?" Are you so vain?
Put another way, when you're 29, you don't want to look like an old man so shaving your head makes sense. But when you're almost 40, you're already an old man so maybe just go with it. Go with the wispy hair and the comb over.
I suppose a hair transplant is an option. I've read you can get it done for, say £6,000. I don't know. My hair loss has effectively stopped. I'm at the classic horseshoe pattern. So if I could get a full head of hair for £6,000 with no need for follow up treatments...might it be worth it? Let's say £12,000 for a perfect head of hair that will last the rest of my life. Might be worth it. But I don't think it is that simple. And besides, I don't really care.
Am I going to suddenly get hot chicks with a full set of hair? Is hair the thing that's been holding me back? I wasn't getting hot chicks when I had hair.
Besides, none other than Hulk Hogan is bald and it hasn't held him back.
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