Because let’s be honest, there’s no situation bad enough that some chocolate therapy and Jennifer Aniston can't ameliorate - even if it's only by way of temporary distraction. And so I embarked upon this mission of self-soothing, armed with a download of Horrible Bosses and a recipe from this blog. CHOCOLATE ORANGE scones. I need say no more because the pictures (in the next post) will talk for me. This one drew tears of joy (and pain - think blisters) as I stood, at the oven, munching my way through the end result. When I finally managed to tear myself away with an additional two scones in tow, their slightly cooler demeanour was more than compensated for by this rather wicked film. IMDb gives Horrible Bosses a handsome 7.5 on 10, and rightly so. It tells the story of three average Joes (Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis) stuck in their jobs with, can you guess? Yeah, that’s right, three horrible bosses (Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell). After all three reach their breaking point, they decide life would be better if their bosses ceased to exist. What follows is their hilarious effort in finding a way to get it done without being caught. And while murder, car chases, scandal, rape, blackmail and revenge would otherwise be key words to a suspenseful drama, in this case they're applied to a dark comedy that is relentless. The actors are all brilliant, though of course I'm only the slightest, tiniest bit partial to Aniston, who steps out of her "normal girl" comfort zone and steps out pretty darn well. In all, what I’m basically saying is, make scones guys, not war.