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Posted by
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I just find it unfortunate that they have downgraded the UK, with so many people hoping to travel there.

Posted by
1331 posts

You beat me to it, Lola. I’m hoping things get better soon but I’m a bit skeptical. Those going to Great Britain might want to make sure their gravy insurance covers them if the State Department and the CDC puts out a do not travel level 4 warning.

Edit. Gravy insurance should be travel insurance. I’m leaving gravy for a good laugh. 😉

Posted by
19207 posts

I know the food in the UK used to be not the best in the world, but I didn't know they sold gravy insurance to deal with that! ; )

Posted by
1331 posts

Acraven
Darn auto correct 😳. I’ll fix it. Thanks. Good for a laugh.

Posted by
2716 posts

Lola, thank you for this update. I have been watching the news for an update, and not seeing anything this definite. Your post makes it very clear. Thanks!

Posted by
26074 posts

since the gravy comes as a powder in a jar, in various flavours, to which boiling water is is added in a jug, and then inflicted on an unsuspecting (or at least hopeful) punter, perhaps gravy insurance should be considered!!!

Posted by
148 posts

Off topic but ... I initially thought gravy insurance was intended and referring along the lines of ... you have your regular insurance and then (in light of current circumstances) you have your gravy insurance. Works, right?