I have huel religiously. Only on Sundays and during songs of praise.
I was reading this thread and smiling at how similar out situation with Huel has been @Woolnut
I too started the year with Huel and paying for a gym membership I should be using more than I currently am! Huel Monday - Thursday as Friday is saved for Greggs! I typically fast from 8:30pm to 1:30pm so no breakfast huel for me but I currently do 3 scoops and 500ml of water mixed 30mins before ‘break fast’ time. Yesterday I used my first flavour packet of caramel and it was delightful. Last weekend I got myself some almond milk, 2 scoop of cadburys instant chocolate powder and 3 scoops of vanilla. It tasted so great and kept me satiated throughout most of the afternoon. I’ve been inspired to try prepping my shakes the night before from the thread and chucking in some fruit, Can’t wait to see how that turns out. Happy to hear about the progress, I have found it is slow but It’s incredibly easy so far!
Keep it up!
Hi Liam. Good to hear you are enjoying Huel. Did you really put 2 Huel sized scoops of Cadbury’s chocolate into your vanilla shake? Wow! You must be a real chocoholic
Ooo no no no my mistake, 2 tea spoons
LOL thought as much
I’m willing to bet you have never sat through an episode of songs of praise in your life, even as a child at your grandparent’s house.
Funnily enough I went to a church wedding a couple weeks ago, and the vicar was a biker; huge beard and pony tail. Used to be a milkman but then found God. Quite a nice bloke and a very funny sermon too.
There is no punchline to this, it’s a true story.
A story like that is it’s own punchline A biker milkman that found God could only happen in your neck of the woods. Which reminds me, who here loves Fleabag?
I do. Although i preferred the first series and the ending was a little disapppointing. Phoebe Waller-Bridge (fleabag) also wrote Killing Eve which is quite good.
I thought the ending was a punch in the guts. I really thought they were gonna end up together, basically because he was the only person who was aware of her “asides” to the audience. I was wrong. And a bit gutted, which is weird because I’m not a fan of the conventional happy ending.
Yeah, I never understood how he was the only person that could see through the fourth wall; I was hoping that would have been clarified, and was hoping it would become apparent in the final few scenes. I’m not fussed about the lack of a happy ending, I go to the Thai massage parlour for that.