Cupa soup for painters – more culture
To continue the theme from yesterday about how painters are real people with interests beyond the latest decorating tools and dustless extraction sanding equipment…Martin Dunn in Staffordshire reveals all about a favourite cupa soup.
Life is a minestrone
We all know that painting can keep you warm, but when having a little break from applying Mythic primer undercoat to prepared woodwork on a staircase, you need a little something to keep the chill out.
KIPPER TIE? “Now that’s not going to keep you warm Mr Dunn” I hear you cry. No, it’s not, but you have just learnt your first black country words.
KIPPER TIE = Cup of tea. Go on say it to yourself whilst trying to sound like Noddy Holder. Easy ain’t it. You will be talking like the Earl of Dudley before you know it.
But some days a cup of tea isn’t enough. On days like this you need CUPa SOUP! Oh yes, when tea isn’t enough (and you have Pot Noodle on the menu for dinner when you get home), CUPa SOUP is the perfect hot snack.
You will know by now that we don’t recommend things unless we have tested them extensively, and this product is no exception.
We have put in the ground work for you and tested the range, apart from asparagus – who eats that rubbish?
It might be a controversial choice, but we have gone for MINESTRONE WITH CROUTONS! Oh yes, it’s a tasty delicious little snack.
A little taste of Italy in a cup, on a staircase, in Walsall. We know how to live.
CUPa SOUP on film
My decorating team of Matt, Dan, Rich and myself decided to take a break from work and made a little video to show you how good it really is. We have not used our real names, so as to protect the innocent.
Get down and get with it.
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