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... leapt with hope. I definitely saw white in the pudding cups! Could it be we had a vanilla dessert? Not exactly – we are all still unsure as to what the dessert was actually supposed to be. The top layer was definitely cream, but not sweet cream at all. I think they just whipped some milk. There was a sprinkling of cocoa powder on top of the cream in the shape of the Corpus pelican, and underneath the cream was a little pile of chocolate chips and ...
... Fat Boyz delivery instead. When we got back we discovered Greg and Ellie had spent the afternoon making a list of food puns based on London Tube stops, to match the Ball theme ("King's" hot "Cross"ed Buns, etc.). Larry's friend Mike Hills stopped by for a bit; he is working on OxSem with us, so he came to visit and then they all went out to a pub.
The evening hours were a bit hectic in the office. First Fatih and Wiebe stopped by, and that ...
... it back to the office. We were on the ball tonight.
That is until an hour and a half later when Emma checked the calendar and realized we had two birthdays tonight, and only one cake.
Larry happened to be in the office during this realization, and we knew he would be furious if he found out that we, or more specifically, me, had forgotten the cakes again. Larry ...
... umbrella that was a full map of London, but sadly the cashier said they didn't have any ladies belts in stock. Good times. So instead I went across the street to Debenham's, which is another department store that I'd never been to before. It was really nice though, and I ended up finding a belt and a really cute shirt. Debenham's also happens to be right next to the super Tesco, so I stopped in to buy food. Like, real food, not box ...