Oh ok! It was 30 November, I don’t know why I thought it was 27 November lol I told you all this was doing my head in lol But if it’s a 2-3 day date, then she probably was in the store around November 27th. Thanks for clearing that up!T's previous vlogmas 2021 was pretty much the same as 2022 but I think she actually recorded them daily. The whole vlogmas thing started out as vloggers doing xmas orientated videos for the whole of december. I suppose like a build up to Christmas? Now many vloggers just put out random daily videos which may not even be xmas related.
Yes Matt has played football on Sundays. I think you are right.
Was it a packet or croissants? If so they usually have 3 to 4 days shelf life similar to all baked goods, bread etc. I know when I visited and stayed in the USA the bread had a few weeks shelf life which suprised me. UK bread is 3 to 4 days.
Well Daisy its a bit mad that these hospital videos have been put out, but nobody knows what surgery she had. T says PE and recommends her online family go google it if they want to know, but there is different types of PE and a surgeon will obviously attempt to remove as minimum as possible. Nobody truely knows when T went for surgery and what surgery took place. If I bumped into a neighbour, collegue or friend and they told me they was having to go for surgery, surely its natural to ask "Oh when are you going into hospital?" and " What surgery are they hoping to do?", these are just basic questions to me.
T keeps reiterating the same sentence "I have always known what surgery would entail", but she is reinterating to her viewers who are in the dark. If I hadn't have joined these threads, I wouldn't have had any clue about what surgery was being proposed for T. Another thing that she repeats is "you know me, you all know that I do this and that". Maybe T thinks she puts out more info than she actually does?
Found it on the TT thread number 12.
Strawberries from Tesco with a use by 30th November. These have a 2 - 3 day date on them usually