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Pretty please,with cherries on top.
(Pm me if you like)
Am I the only one who doesn't think that's expensive for home produced?It's bloomin' expensive! I know they're meant to supposedly make everything themselves, but that 1 jar of jam was £2 and the Marmalade just over that.
The selection of cakes wasn't up to the usual standard, d-i-ls mum usually buys some for all her kids (6 of them), didn't get any today.
"very popular and always sold out" suggests that you're not charging enough !The smaller theatre is The Malcolm Edwards Theatre (more commonly known as The Met) named after Malcolm Edwards who contributed much to the culture and artistic life of the town, he was an active member and former chairman of Stafford Players.
He actually died while performing on stage and his ghost can often be heard wandering the corridor outside the Met.
The comedy night that you referred to was probably one of the monthly “Comedy in The Met” nights, very popular and always sold out.
When Sarah Millican isn’t touring she comes monthly on a Monday bringing her comedian friends to try out new material. These are called PLAYGROUND and usually sell out within minutes of going on sale.
No it sounds like it's very popular and sells out very quickly."very popular and always sold out" suggests that you're not charging enough !
It was a poxy tiny jar. I only bought it because the daughter in law went Ooooo at it. She never goes Ooooo at anything. I didn't mind the price of the Marmalade, that jar was a damn sight bigger.Am I the only one who doesn't think that's expensive for home produced?
They seem to have stopped delivering that round here. Just get a couple of advertising booklets that are full of adverts fro people in Cannock or Wolverhampton