They gave this golden retriever two bags of flour and a copy of Paul Hollywood’s 100 Great Breads. What happened next will make you question the legitimacy of Plato’s theory of forms.

Afternoon.

Had a good 2016, did you? It was a bit… blimey… wasn’t it? Still, if 2016 achieved nothing else it did, very clearly, illustrate that there are people far worse off than you and I.

And so, my New Year’s resolution, for what it is worth, is to do less moaning on twitter and more helping in real life. The number of people who will need food banks is not going to go down in 2017, and I suspect the Red Cross, Red Crescent, Oxfam, etc etc are going to have a busy year too. In the back of my mind is a crazy plan to do the Rochdale half marathon in October, you know, for charity, but I may just stay fat and generously sponsor someone else instead. Who knows. We’ll have to wait and see.

Other things I would like to achieve in 2017 are learning to type properly and reading more books than I did last year. I’d like to have a go at cooking David Chang’s version of pork buns. I wouldn’t mind a weekend away or two. There’s this Guardians of the Galaxy film I could be persuaded to see once or twice.

And blogging… why not eh… why not indeed.

2 thoughts on “They gave this golden retriever two bags of flour and a copy of Paul Hollywood’s 100 Great Breads. What happened next will make you question the legitimacy of Plato’s theory of forms.

  1. But what about the bloody dog? I didn’t click on it when I saw it because I knew it would make me read loads of stuff about minor celebrities with hair problems whilst 100s of ads didn’t load because of Adblocker and then the story itself would have been a disappointment. But I’d like to have known. Especially since you reminded me of it…

  2. Sorry, I’m too busy drafting my new blog post, ‘Sarah Jasmon read my blog post called “They gave this golden retriever two bags of flour and a copy of Paul Hollywood’s 100 Great Breads. What happened next will make you question the legitimacy of Plato’s theory of forms.” The comment she left will change the way you eat chocolate FOREVER!’

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