12 Things You Really Don’t Want to Hear at a Dinner Party 1. “I could have sworn I had 10 fingers this morning. ‘Sausage Surprise’ anyone?” Oh drat. I’m all full-up from the Bloody Mary soup. 2. “You need to bite off the wichetty grub’s head first. Then you just suck out its insides”.
There were certain glorious invariable childhood truths: Santa always delivered. I received financial compensation for the loss of every tooth and a generous bunny hid chocolate eggs in my back garden once a year. Life was magnificent.
It pains me to say this, but my mother is significantly cooler than I am. As a music journalist in the sixties and seventies she shared the back of a limo with Rod Stewart, had tea with Alice Cooper and brought Slade home for cheese on toast.
Salt Lowers Blood Sugar and Other Utterly Preposterous Things to Say: “You’re going on holiday? Anywhere nice?” No, self catering in Afghanistan. In a cave. Alone. Or I might circumnavigate the Falkland Islands in a submarine.
Artículo 48.- Los exámenes extraordinarios abarcarán el 100% de los contenidos del programa de estudios y se sustentarán ante un docente designado por el campus; la calificación a otorgar será el resultado del examen presentado, considerando éste como único elemento de juicio a valorar.