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I was going to write a thorough, if slightly moaning, analysis of why my footy-tipping strategy, which saw me win one competition and draw another last year, is failing completely this year.

Instead, I broke a glass in the kitchen and consequently have no time for that, as I spent that time ensuring the kitchen floor was cleared, so that my offspring and myself and any guests who may venture in can continue to keep their feet intact.

Remind me to look for shatter-proof glasses next time I’m shopping for them (which if I keep up this rate, won’t be long). Obviously they’re going to break if they hit the floor, but I’d be happier if they broke into a few big chunks rather than a few big chunks plus lots of tiny ones.

By Daniel Bowen

Transport blogger / campaigner and spokesperson for the Public Transport Users Association / professional geek.
Bunurong land, Melbourne, Australia.
Opinions on this blog are all mine.

3 replies on “Glasses”

Plastic. It bounces. And has the added value of scaring the begeebus out of any cats that might be in the vicinity thus providing much entertainment when they collide into an open fridge door.

Hey Daniel – don’t forget to look for shatter-proof glasses next time you are shopping for them……

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