Saturday, April 24, 2010

Worth a chocolate brownie

I promised a chocolate brownie to someone in return for some information, some important information.

Like the name of the person who was responsible for depositing the Jesus clock in the office.

I shall bide my time and think of a suitable riposte.

P.S. I just looked up riposte in the dictionary. It means: a quick return thrust after a parry. Hmm, my return won't be quick but it will be sharp ...

10 comments:

Leslie: said...

I KNOW I KNOW!!! um..er..well, I guess I don't know - BUT sure would like one of those brownies! :D

Ole Phat Stu said...

"Revenge is mine, saith the Lord"?

Furtheron said...

I'm with Leslie I'll give any information you want for a brownie like that!

Did you learn your interogation techniques from the KGB?

Trubes said...

I give up....Please send me a Brownie, I've been very good today,and helped DT spend £550 on new glasses and prescription sunglasses.
Cleverly, I took him in with me for the eye test, and then asked for his opinion of choice of new glasses,'Quelle surprise', he just happened to pick the ones I had! Ego suitably boosted he produced his visa card for payment.
Voila....
Mission accomplished!
Who said blondes were dizzy?

Have I earned that Brownie Liz?

Di.xx

Liz said...

I'll make some for you when you come to visit, leslie!

Maybe, stu, but not in this case! What, do you think I'm a Christian or something?!

I was going to say yes in Russian, furtheron, but ... I don't know yes in Russian!

Definitely, trubes. We women can achieve much ...

jams o donnell said...

I can give you some information Liz.. It wasn't me.

Can I have my brownie now?

katney said...

Yes in Russian is "da". I am a master in languages. Well, I am a master in a language and can say yes, hello, thank you, and where's the bathroom please in quite a few others.

And we will visit you. I will tell hubby that there will be brownies and he will not complain that we don't much time in London! I am assuming the brownie offer goes for any bloggy visitors, not just Leslie.

Liz said...

Just call in, jams, and I'll give you a brownie.

Yes, katney, brownies and welshcakes hot off the griddle. Husband will be unable toresist.

James Higham said...

Just finished my last brownie too. Yum.

Anonymous said...

Of course it is no longer politically correct to say 'Brownie' since Obama got elected.
We have to say 'cake of color' ;-)