RE: [] Picnic in London

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From: Russell Joanne \(ST\)
Subject: RE: [] Picnic in London
Date: 10:24 on 05 Jul 2007
See, reading all this, I can see I am one of these people that collects
useless kitchen items...

A recent housewarming present was a chocolate fountain.  

A sale purchase - George Foreman grill

Some tongs that don't meet in the middle - and when you push them
together they don't spring apart

A slice that is angled so that it impossible to pick anything up without
ripping the non stick from the pan.


-----Original Message-----
From: John Costello [] 
Sent: 04 July 2007 18:01
Subject: Re: [] Picnic in London

On Wed, 4 Jul 2007, Simon Wistow wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 04, 2007 at 04:13:47PM +0000, Tony Kennick said:
> > 
> > A friend of mine is having her Hen party later this month, starting 
> > with a picnic in St James's park, She is starting to worry that if 
> > the weather stays as it is that won't be possible. Can anyone 
> > suggest anywhere suitable in central London for wet weather 
> > picnicking?
> The great hall of the British Library? The Turbine Hall of The Tate
> Modern?
> No idea if they're allowed there but it's possible.

As groundlings at the Globe Shakespeare, cat-calling the handsome actors

during Love's Labour's Lost?

They might get kicked out, but then again they might not.  There is a 
tradition of dialog between the actors and the groundlings.

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