Blackfriars, Babbity Bowsers, Cafe Mao, Metropolitan, Corinthian (slouch bar).Guinness, Guinness, Indonesian Tiger Prawns, champagne cocktails, Budvar.4.30pm to 3.00am.Top night.Including the story about having to measure Kylie's bum.
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In what is fast becoming a monthly tradition (well every tradition has to start somewhere) I took myself to FOPP at lunchtime. I managed to stay within my self-allotted 30 minutes/£30 limit as well. The following purchases were made:Busta Rhymes - Turn it up! The very best of.The Legendary songs of Cole Porter - Various
The last 20 tracks broadcast forth from my Harman/Kardon speakers (from iTunes Library on shuffle) were:Gil Scott-Heron - Did you hear what they saidBilly Joel - It's still Rock and Roll to meIke & Tina Turner - Nutbush City LimitsKylie vs Moloko - Bring it back in your eyesBroken Social Scene - KC AccidentalThe Chemical
He may be on his way back... yes the rumours are true.But before we can, weepingly, embrace him back into the fold we need to convince him that we have been reading his archives religiously in his absence (er... well I've read a little...). 120 questions to be answered by 120 different bloggers - just
I grew up with a dog. No, not JUST a dog...She was part of the family, always there, she went everywhere with us for the most part. She was a bit daft, as golden retrievers are prone to be, but she didn't have a nasty bone in her body. She loved giving people presents (including
I wasn't allowed one. It wasn't a sensible choice. I knew that. I'm not sure if I even asked or pleaded or begged in the usual "I want, I want, I want, I want..." way that kids have perfected (I've tried similar techniques recently as I want to get a new car... the reaction from
Jeepers it's been quiet round here today. I don't just mean the few comments on my riveting posting.. I mean generally numbers are down by 40 - 50 or the usual.Has there been issues getting into the site? Just curious... Stats whore? Me??Anyway, I promise to try and be a bit more positive tomorrow. But
* PC - Politically CorrectBrian has a bit of a dilemma for you: It concerns the "issue of people with behavioural problems being in public places".Interesting one this. No correct answer I guess, just a situation to be handled with great tact. Go and leave some comments at his site.
A big empty white space. That's it. All I've got. As far as I can get. So many things are flittering about in my head but I can't grasp one long enough to form a coherent thought around it (or even OF it...).Blunkett's latest immigration laws. The Pelamis energy convertor 'wave power machine'. The sickening
Historic Online Protest: Grey Tuesday "It's time for music fans to stand up and demand change from the music industry's copyright cartel. Tuesday, February 24 will be a day of coordinated civil disobedience: websites will post Danger Mouse's Grey Album on their site for 24 hours in protest of EMI's attempts to censor this work.DJ
Thank you all for your generous offers to get me off work today.Not.In lieu of a sicknote then, does anyone have any motivation they can spare?No?Arse.Well in that case all you're getting for the meantime is this thought:If only the good die young, what does that say about OAPs?
I know I'm leaving it a bit late to ask but...Can someone write me a sick-note for tomorrow?
Well I thought I'd do a little research into this. Starting with Brian's suggestion of "A quarter of.." I got no further. It was all I could do to stop myself ordering half the site!!!And Texan's... wow. Yum.Ohh and to answer two questions:1. Yes I'm supposed to be on a diet ('Supposed' being the operative