Monday, 12 July 2010

How to lose your husband...........

An alternative title could be "reasonable grounds for divorce"


Offer him this lovingly made drink......................


"More pond-slime Sir?"


(ok, so my attempt to recreate the delciously refreshing "fresh mint and limeade" drink that I had at Marks and Spencers a couple of weeks ago really didn't work! Poor Mr Locket did not enjoy it one bit - and he came up with both blog titles and said I had to show you all!)

20 comments:

trash said...

At least he didn't suggest the post be called 'How to off your husband in one easy jug.'

clare's craftroom said...

Oh but you tried ! I'm sure it is much nicer than it looks , isn't it ?

Leila said...

But he still tried it! That's true love! lol

silverpebble said...

I don't think I'd have tried that either. It looks like algae. He must love you very much.

quinn said...

Perhaps pouring it through a coffee filter before serving would save the refreshing part and remove the stuck-in-your-teeth bits? (In my kitchen, this would qualify as "cooking.")

Jan said...

Oh and you meant well didnt you ? ...love Jan xx

Poshyarns said...

Ahhhh.

It does look rather algaeish. But hey, experimental cooking helps keep a marriage fresh I think.

Thimbleanna said...

Oh. My. That's TRUE Love!!!

wonderwoman said...

what a wonderful man!!

x

Gina said...

He actually drank it? But at least it entertained us!

Michaela said...

How on earth did you get him to drink it? Poor man. I made Mr Stressy a Pimms at the weekend...

Helen said...

Poor long suffering man!! He doesn't know how lucky he is to have a loving wife like you . . . . .to make him handmade tasty treats!!

ladydi said...

Ah well, that's the way it is sometimes with kitchen experiments. Fred makes a very charming waiter!

Sarahs House said...

Delicious, I am sure... Love the waiter by the way.

S x

dottycookie said...

Right. Remind me never to accept an invitation for drinks at yours ...

(Only joking. I think)

neon girl said...

that looks awful =]

neon girl said...

fred doesnt thou =]

Sew Create It - Jane said...

They say the key to a good marriage is a sense of humour...sounds like your DH has one...I'd take that as a good sign! :o)

Moogsmum said...

Hee hee - it certainly looks very minty and herby. Shame Mr Locket wasn't keen as it could have been one of his five a day!

xx

Chariot said...

Hi. I love mint and limeade too! Caribou coffee makes a great one. Theirs has a bit of mint, mutan white tea extract, syrup sweetner, ice, and limeade. It's amazing!