Something to make you laugh this morning.
I shop on our market on Fridays for most of my good, fresh food. I supplement this during the week by going into our local, very good shop for extra fruit and vegetables. But the stuff which is heavy and awkward to carry I order on line from the large supermarket on Catterick Garrison, which is a few miles away. This includes toilet rolls in packs of nine (awkward to carry), semi-skimmed milk (heavy to carry) cleaning and washing products and tinned food (mainly various kinds of beans), the Irish oats we like for our morning porridge, cans of dog food (very heavy) - this kind of thing.
It is delivered each Tuesday morning very early and I have got into a routine of washing out the cupboards and the fridge before I put everything away. It all works very well.
Imagine my surprise yesterday morning when my on line order included 27 toilet rolls (3 packs of nine). My hand had been heavy on the button when ordering, and I hadn't checked it over. Once before I ordered 6 jars of our favourite marmalade (Tiptree).
The moral is to keep your finger light on the button.
A friend once received one carrot -so there is another moral there - read the things on offer carefully.
Anyway, the good news is that we shall not need any more toilet paper for a very long time.