With this in mind, I need to be reminded about the right way of doing things; the things that I am not supposed to do, and the things that I should or ought to do.
I did check on the Internet but, holy smokes, people take this form of entertainment far too seriously! Seriously, it’s mental, there are even books written about it!
So, so far this is my list:
So in a nutshell:
Ok, some friends sent me an SMS with the following suggestions:
Remember that I´m hopeless in the kitchen so which of the above do you think is, by far, the easiest to make?
The Guardian reports: ”Nine of the world’s biggest fishing companies have signed up to protect the world’s oceans, pledging to help stamp out illegal activities, including the use of slave labour, and prevent overfishing.”
Read the full news resport here.
For example: The concert was so crowded, we were like sardines in a can
However, I have an extremely sweet tooth and spend a lot of time stuffing my face with chocolate, cake and biscuits. Consequently, if anyone wants to try out this recipe for spooky biscuits, it would be my pleasure to eat them for you.
The icing on the cake, or the cherry on the cake is a useful idiom if you are talking about something which is good but you want to say that within that good thing there was something even better. For example, Olympic athletes all want to win an Olympic medal, but the icing on the cake would be to win a gold medal.
Or, on a personal note, playing pool is fantastic, but the icing on the cake is when I win without cheating. This does not happen very often.
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If you say something is a piece of cake you mean that it is very easy. For example, learning how to use a corkscrew is a piece of cake whereas learning English, isn’t a piece of cake! However, learning English is definitely easier than bringing up children or conducting open heart surgery.