Saturday, 31 January 2009

the onions saga continues in, oh, so many forms!

So I'm tracing back an article on energy-trading, speculation and carbon becoming a new category of sub-prime investment -as you do on Saturday morning, I lead a riveting existence- but, while scrolling down trying to look for sources, what do I come across? Well, this: Men smell of cheese and women of onions. Needless to say I immediately click on it (given the prominent place onions seem to be getting on this blog it could make for interesting reading).

The article starts thus: "Little girls may be made of sugar and spice and all things nice, but their armpits smell of onions."

It is official now, when it comes to my onions, I haven't got a bleeding clue. The mighty Internet never ceases to... amaze me?
I am logging off and popping out of the house to get the printed papers. Much less disconcerting, methinks!

1 comment:

  1. I'm not surprised anyway.
    How many times we have said: Hago lo que me sale de la cebolla or se encebolla con cada cosa...
    sorry... too much free time. I guess.


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