- 19 Apr 2015
- Local time
- 9:48 AM
- Maidstone, Kent, UK
Do you still not get them in the USA? I've been using duvets for as long as I can remember or at least since they became popular here (the 70's?).When we crossed the North Sea (in 1992), the funny/embarrassing thing that happened to us was that neither one of us had ever seen or ever even heard of a duvet. Quilts...bedspreads...blankets...covers, sure - but not a duvet.
My wife occasionally buys ice cream from the mobile motor cycle vendor. She is prone to buying a "Magnum" for me from time to time and depositing it n the freezer to be eaten by me at some later date (possibly 3 to 4 weeks later). One time she bought me a white chocolate Magnum. I couldn't eat that - she ate it.I'm fine with that - its white chocolate I can't stand!
Yeah, we have them here now, actual things labeled "duvet" and you have to buy a coverlet for it as well.Do you still not get them in the USA? I've been using duvets for as long as I can remember or at least since they became popular here (the 70's?).
A white chocolate Magnum is high on my list of the things to get as soon as possible after arriving in the UK. We can get them here, but they just don't taste the same.One time she bought me a white chocolate Magnum. I couldn't eat that - she ate it.
Yes, we do. I still deep fry mine. We also have ALDI stores. There are two of them within five miles of my home. I'm not a big fan, but a lot of people are.Today the only thing I obtained was a pack of Aldi frozen oven chips. Now that is mundane. Do you have frozen oven chips in the USA? I expect you do - that is probably why we have them here!