Friday, August 11, 2006

Just another day in the labs...

I'm settling into work nicely now, except for the fact that I only know how to do one test so far and don't know how to work a piece of machinery that I will unfortunately be using quite often. Practise will make perfect, or at the very least make me somewhat competant.

I nearly got to use a wonderful face mask today, known as The Respirator. A fantastic name, which sounds brilliant when said in the style of a movie trailer voice-over guy. In the end I didn't have time to use The Respirator and I'm feeling a little disappointed. So I experimented with more taking-off-the-labcoat styles, todays' style is known as the flasher, probably inspired by Sane Scientists' comment on my last post. The only difference is that I make sure I don't wear popper fastening clothes to work, ensuring that no one gets an eyeful. As you've probably guessed this syle involves whipping open the lab coat and holding it out before wriggling it off. I should really start a picture gallery of each style if I'm going to keep this up. Ahh the things I do to amuse myself.

On another topic, I've been taking different routes home in order to get to know the area, and avoid getting bored of the same old drives. I'm getting back to the stage where I'd love to drive out somewhere for the day, and have a good time before coming back. any suggestions of pretty areas would be welcomed. I'd like to go to Ambleside again, mainly because I love little villages, exploring the shops, cake and book shops most specifically. Really I'd like to start doing things on my weekends to make the most of them, because a person can only take so much sitting at home before they want to go out into the world, to a pretty place and chill.

I may go into Liverpool this saturday, not really far from home, but I have a minted lamb baguette craving to satisfy...

4 comments:

thephoenixnyc said...

Okay I am dying to know why "classed as and oldbie means"

Secret Sara said...

Have you ever considered stripping? JUST KIDDING! Taking off all your clothes is much different then creatively taking off a lab coat. I'm sure :)

JR's Thumbprints said...

I sure wish I had a uniform to wear at work.

I understand you view on animal rights, but what's your view on running drug tests on inmates?

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