Found

I had just rewired a socket that’s been gently overloaded for a few years and in the process of adding RCD protection caused this plug to trip it as soon as it was turned on.

The plug in question is also going to be replaced soon as it’s dangerous, but this is what I found.

Neutral and Earth are swapped… Plus it’s run in twin and earth cable; not suitable for putting into a plug.

Worse still… someone PAT tested and passed it.

I’ve been noticed.

I’ve been noticed by a latex manufacturer who wants a model of my “type” to do some latex outfit modelling for them.

I can only guess what the type is, but I’m up for it.

It’s funny as I’ve also been asked to do a collaboration on formal/office wear on my other Instagram profile.

I asked for more details on both…

I love this painting.

Last night’s QI reminded me of how much I love the painting “The Sheepfold” by Jean-François Millet. Last night we watched Only Connect and one of the questions had moon phases in paintings.

I really appreciate a nice night sky on paintings, and even more an accurate rendition of the moon in the night sky.

Too much art gets the moon wrong. This, on the other hand, is a perfect rising gibbous moon hung low over the landscape.

Perfect.

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Happy 50th Wayne!

It was my mate’s 50th yesterday. He wanted to go and see Rocky Horrors and so we took him to the Lyceum to see the touring production.

He was ferried in style…

Apparently he’d never been in a Jag before, so when he asked to sit in the drivers seat I obliged if course!

His chosen meal was tapas (is that pronounced tapas or tapas? I’m never quite sure…). I’ve never had it before, and I must say I rather enjoyed it. Hannah wasn’t quite as big a fan though – just because tapas isn’t really her thing.

The comments on our outfits were great! Wayne in pvc jeans, latex top and mesh shirt; me in the ASOS PVC suit… Truly magnificent as we walked across Sheffield.
Upon arriving at the Lyceum, of course, you feel totally normal as you’re surrounded by loads of men in drag, white y-fronts, gold hot pants, and other such outfits from the musical.

We had a great view of the stage from our seats (G7 to G9)

The performance was very good, although I have to say I wasn’t over impressed with Eddie/Dr Scott as a performer. He was good, but just not great.
Philip Franks was the narrator this time. Very very good, and very responsive to the heckles. Some great comebacks!
The funniest comment about the PVC suit did come during the interval from another theatregoer – “I just want to polish you, but then you’ve got ice cream and I’m lactose intolerant so it’s all wrong”.
Hannah said she’d spread ice cream all over the sirs just to keep her off me!
The performance finished about quarter to ten which meant we were actually home fairly early. Which was good. The PVC suit needed peeling off!