Every so often I love to eat very non-traditional breakfasts, simply because I can. For example: this morning I ate a large slice of a Madeira party cake while sitting up in bed. It's good cake! Not the Madeira butterfly cake that is my favourite cake which I get from Sainsburys, but a different Madeira cake which is also from Sainsburys: a very large cake with pale yellow icing on top of it that reminds me of my favourite vanilla ice cream.
Speaking of vanilla ice cream: that is another thing that I have eaten for breakfast -- also in bed! I ate the ice cream in bed on several occasions, as I recall, with multicoloured sprinkles on top -- known in Britain as "hundreds and thousands". And the Madeira party cake also has multicoloured sprinkles on top of the pale yellow ice cream, which is nice.
I mentioned the Sainsburys supermarket on purpose, to compliment the whole "doing what I want" theme! You see, I feel that I ought not to do product placement, thoughtless advertising and the like -- as I am the Goddess, and I feel a sense of responsibility to avoid using my power in ways that promote unpleasant monopolies. I joked out loud on my own, here at my home, "I am the Goddess and I shop at Sainsburys." -- then glanced at my Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman "We Can Do It!" poster, noticing the look of disapproval on her face. It is a good supermarket though! And British people can purchase these lovely cakes from that place, which is something that I want them to know.
I am not going to start being very silly; don't worry! I simply wanted to quickly, freely, and easily write a fun SAS post without being overly careful about my word.
I have also eaten yogurts for breakfast. Amusingly, I am now remembering that those yogurts are vanilla yogurts with multicoloured Smarties to sprinkle on top, in the style of the Muller Corner yogurts.
So what sorts of unusual breakfasts have the nice people at SAS eaten, if any?