In the eternally boring Home Economics (Cooking) lessons of the third year, D.E. and S.P. passed the time by playing a rather amusing game with the drawers which were situated in the table, just in front of them. It was based on the fact that you could open them by pulling them out from under the table, without having to touch the handles. The aim of the game was for the players to continuously open and close their drawer, alternating with his opponent. I.e. When one was in the other would be out and vice- versa. The first one to laugh was the loser.

The amount of time we spent doing this probably accounts for the poor quality of the food we produced.