Saturday, 31 March 2012

The pasty tax: what it might mean to us

Be careful with that pasty Mr Osborne - you don't know where it might have been...

We think the Chancellor of the Exchequer might be reading the blog. He's just announced a tax on warmed-up pasties, which has gone down in this country about as quietly as Monica Lewinsky did with Bill Clinton.

Mr Grigg is a tad worried. The award-winning blog post, Pasty tea and toast will you, was written nearly three years ago. So he's worried the Government might be after his arrears - a rather unsavoury venture if you ask me.

And with The Sun giving out free pasties in Parliament Square, we'd just like to point out the name's Grigg, not Greggs.

That's about it.

Love Maddie x

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