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February 26, 2010

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I saw a lovely example of this on valentine's weekend on the outskirts of Swansea. Maybe Roger has an accomplice?

*Looking for love using healthy or cute props*

Sometimes I keep innocent bottles as a sort of positive mascot even when empty.

It tells a prospective partner you care about your internal organs,i think.

Some girls who come and visit my lair are quite impressed that i drink innocent smoothies and i didn't even need to knit them- this only works with girls that don't have 5 fruit and veg a day so really if i managed to find a new partner by flashing my innocent bottles, i'd likely end up having to nurse her back to health.

I think Women like things made of wool, i might try this as a way to catch a good 'un.

If I FIND a partner using cute wooly props or giving her a smoothie i'm going to keep you all updated on how i make her drink innocent smoothies and ultimitley she becomes so healthy she can cope with lots of boyfriends and still be my friend too.

Of course i'm joking a little here but it's true that my cleaners asked me "what are those like?"- and STATED "i fancy one of them" AND I FANCY the one who I gave a smoothie to

Shes definitley a Rasberry and custard type-so i will have my work cut out won't I?

I think I'm onto something here, i'm marketing myself based on a product that has good marketing, unless you suddenly all start making cigarette smoothies- I may get lucky.

What do you fruity guys think in that tower of yours?

MB

I go to a knitting group with Roger, I'll let him know he has fans at Innocent!

This Flikr account gives clues: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thatroger/
Intriguing...

Wobble (Hi Fibre) Monkey, you are hilarious.
As a girl I like cute things made of wool AND smoothies. I think I would've fallen for you ploy to get ladies if I had met you before I met my very own smoothie-buying-boyfriend.
He also buys me mittens to keep my hands warm, therefore fulfilling the wooly thing too.

I spotted it in Swansea too, in Uplands by the pedestrian crossing outside the bicycle shop. It's still there :)

Hi, Of 10 lamp-post installations for Valentine's Day, 4 remain and all 6 security-post installations have found new homes. 2 poppies on the war-memorial gates, one tree wrap and 5 flowers on the library railings are still in place from October.

At least one heart band has gone to a new home. I got a lovely i-phone picture of where it has ended up. If anyone reading this Blog knows the whereabouts of any of the other pieces follow the directions on the Tag, namely:
Moved it? Kept it? Love it? Tell us! oh.thatroger@yahoo.co.uk

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