One day last week I was on an early train (which I got as its empty and I get to read my book). Anyhooo I noticed that I could hear a noise that you wouldn’t expect to hear on a train. So I look up and try to distingish what it was, and low and behold it was the noise of someone cutting their nails. Yes I did say cutting their nails!!
Now being a lady I understand that you may have a loose nail and would file or cut it down so it don’t snag anything – but this person behind me must have had very long Rhino nails as this cutting session went on for three stops – which in my estimation is over 6 minutes long.
The Man in front of me was pulling a face of disgust as he too was disturbed from his book. So I try to glance round to make a mental note not to sit near this person in the future, but couldn’t work out who the culprit was!!
Now dont get me wrong – this person cutting their nails was not the problem – it was the fact that it went on for so long.
A new dance craze is sweeping the nation……..The Commuter Hop!
I’ve been commuting to london for nearly two years now and it wasn’t until the other day that I noticed this strange phenonemon called the commuter hop. When you disembark the train at the end of a long day everyone rushes for the stairs in a race back to the car park, If your first over the bridge you win, nothing Material but you win, you win the right to walk back to your car with that smug look on your face that says to all the others still rushing over “I am better than you, I am faster and quicker and I am gnerally a better person”. It is not this smug look and race that I am interested in though…….
……what I have noticed is the way in which we go up the stairs/over the bridge after you get off the train. It is a strange kind of dance/hop/bobbing motion. Watch tonight and see. As you race for those stairs step back watch everyone else start to hop up them in a bizzare bobbing motion. Then as you are half way up think about how you are travelling up the stairs…you my friend are probably over compensating the height of each step too!
Despite the fact I have been travelling into London for a while this Phenonenom has never bothered me before, but now it does. You can’t not notice it. It doesn’t happen in the morning though. There is something about home time that makes a commuter Bob up and down as they travel over the stairs at the station. Something that gives them the extra height after each step is climbed that makes them (me included) look frankly quite ridiculous to the outside world! Ideas on a post card please.
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Well there are a few reasons for this mostly economical
1. Turkeys start reproducing later than chickens and when they do they lay fewer eggs so are far less productive for farmers.
2. Turkey meat is worth more to Farmers as they are bigger so it makes more sense to eat them, than to keep them for their eggs (plus they take up more room to keep)
3. They are much more maternal and protective of their eggs so harder for farmers to colllect. You can get some big Turkeys and not sure I’d wanna trya dn cross an angry one!!!)
So all in all I think if the question is can you eat a turkey egg, then yes! don’t see why not, although good luck trying to steal them off the Big Mother turkey (what did you think I was going to say?). Why aren’t they sold commercially see above, have you not listened to anything I just said!!