My partners mum had gone away for a few days, and being helpful, we raided her refrigeration unit to use up anything that was going to go off while she was away. One of the items was a litre of milk.
Because the milk shelves in our fridge were full of milk, we laid the additional litre down in our fridge, but unfortunately it leaked - not a great deal, but enough that we couldn't keep it laid down.
So I, the (slightly) lactose intolerant person, had the great idea of making a chocolate milkshake (don't fear readers - this didn't have any awkward after effects).
We didn't have any chocolate milkshake powder, so I used hot chocolate powder.
A lot of it.
So much, that the milkshake was very chocolatey indeed.
So chocolatey, that when I drank half of it, I poured another half pint of milk in, stirred it up, and it was still very chocolatey.
|The stained chocolate milkshake receptacle.|
|My attempt to colour in the grey bits of my beard with milkshake failed. But at least I managed to make an attractive "stain" fashion pattern on my white t-shirt.|
|At least I'm not the only one who spills stuff on himself in our house. Yes - that is a chair sat on a wooden box underneath the TV.|
While I'm blogging I wanted to write about Google's "Auto-Awesome" feature. This is ace. Basically, when photos are uploaded into Google+, Google looks at the photos, and if you've taken the right ones, makes them better. If you take multiple photos, it combines them to make the best one. If you've got a few close together, it'll animate them. And it'll maybe make collages of similar photos. Apparently it'll even create panoramic shots but I've not tried that yet.
It totally blew my mind, because on my new phone (Samsung Galaxy SIII) it automatically backups photos onto my Google+ account, which I was vaguely aware that it did, but then when I actually went into the account, it had made the below picture for me:
|Auto-awesome in action!|
It's pretty neat.