The Not so Mysterious Case of the Missing Celeriac

You didn’t get the celeriac, Martha complains.  Didn’t have any, Mark lies. He didn’t look that hard: supermarkets often incorrectly store celeriac, in Mark’s opinion, putting it alongside food.  If God meant us to eat celeriac it would have appeared in our supermarkets before 2008.  And it wouldn’t taste like soap.

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6 thoughts on “The Not so Mysterious Case of the Missing Celeriac

    1. Well I know for a fact that the first part of that sentence is false and I’m highly suspicious, therefore, about the second half. (PS I don’t mind celeriac actually but I needed Mark to take that view to drive the plot forwards. People have no idea how tough it is keeping these epic narratives going….)

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