Huel Birthday

It’s my Huel birthday. Thought I’d mention it as no one has sent me a card or baked a cake.

Happy birthday to me.

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Jesus, four years lurking here. If it was me I’d stay offline on my Huel birthday and hope no one noticed it. I thought you were cool, man.

Of course I didn’t. Happy birthday!

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Happy Huel Birthday Hunzas
:birthday: :balloon: :partying_face: :tada:

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Happy Huel birthday @hunzas :birthday::tada::clinking_glasses:

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Whoop whoop! Happy Huel birthday. Here’s a virtual celebratory card :love_letter:

Don’t go too crazy on the Huel today😉

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Here’s the cake

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I bet this is you as well @hunzas

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Thanks for all the birthday wishes. I didnt reapond earlier as i have been in Iceland. Pretty cool twas too. Got back to Gatwick about an hour ago. Didnt actually take any Huel powder but did pack some bars and have some RTD in the car for the journey home (had some for the journey up too). Shoulda done tho…food is not cheap over there…well nothing is.

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Same. No Huel there tho.

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I think I went to a bigger branch of Iceland than that. It had a really big frozen section, lava fields and a northern lights department…but yeah couldn’t find any Huel.

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Sounds interesting. Send me the coordinates

Happy belated birthday @hunzas any cake left :cupcake::doughnut::partying_face: I love cake it’s a weakness of mine

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A belated Happy Huel Birthday from me too :slightly_smiling_face: Gosh, yes, ISN’T Iceland expensive?! Did you see the Northern Lights? Is that what you went for?

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Yes it is expensive - considerably more than UK. We did hope to see the northern lights, and in fact we did on 2 separate nights, but not the full blown display just a green tinge on the horizon - once on the outskirts of Reykjavik and once near Geysir. Means we will have to go back again to see them properly :slight_smile:

Really great country to visit though - if you don’t mind cold, wind, ice and rain.

We were there in May a couple of years ago. Luckily staying with friends of friends, so we weren’t paying for accommodation, but everything else was eye-wateringly expensive. No snow and ice, lots of moss, but it was still jolly cold. Strikingly beautiful though.

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Some friends of mine went in May about 4 years ago and said it was cold, but of course much more daylight at that time of year. They went back 2 weeks before we went (coincidentally). The first snow of the season happened while they were there.

I’d like to go back.

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Me too one day :slightly_smiling_face:

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