Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Trouble 't Mill

Sorry guys - the new part for my laptop doesn't work, hence the lack of posts over the week. Fingers crossed, the new, new part will turn up tomorrow and I can start posting (I'm presently using my flatmate's laptop and have to give it back - cheers, T). In the meantime, here's an Indian gentleman hurling food around:

6 comments:

Pierre said...

hi nigel ,
it's great but i have always been told not to play with food !!
i like when the waiters try to avoid it !! seems to be dangerous to work there !! Cheers from paris Pierre

Anonymous said...

Can't wait for the next post. Good luck with your troubles :o)

Nigel Olsen said...

Pierre - Always good to hear from you, son!

Anon - I know who you are, och aye the noo!

peasepudding said...

That's one way to grab potential punters attention! Look forward to your next post

Kathleen said...

Might have to give that technique a try next time I'm making roti. I'm imagining a lot of bread stuck to the ceiling though... ;)

Nigel Olsen said...

Good street vendors are performers & make the cash. It's a shame you don't see that level of showmanship here, although I don't think I'd want Mr Whippy to get too carried away with my sundae...