We get lots of unsolicited rubbish pushed through our letterbox, mostly from our local LibDems telling us what a cracking job they’re making of running both the country and the crematorium, which I suppose amounts to much the same thing.
I’ve thought about installing a shredder behind the post flap or a more postman-friendly recycling bin because that’s where it all ends up. That is unless something really catches my eye, like the flyer on the right.
What on earth do they mean by ‘rigid kitchens’? I can’t say I’ve ever come across any other sort, in fact I’d go as far as to say that rigidity would be high up on my list of essential qualities that I’d look for in kitchen furniture.
I must admit that I am intrigued and wonder whether I should give them a call, not to ask about the rigid kitchens, but to enquire about the more flexible alternative. I would imagine it would be quite entertaining to watch Mrs P at work with a meat cleaver on a bouncy worktop – at a safe distance of course.
And what do they mean by ‘gloss handleless kitchens’? Inaccessible cupboards and drawers for the obsessively tidy or worktops that simply have to be handled less?
There is obviously a kitchen fitters lexicon that I am completely unfamiliar with and I intend keeping it that way.