I like cocktails. They good.
£63 in charges (£35 and £28) for going £2.07 over my overdraft. Amazing. Halifax will be getting a phonecall from me tomorrow morning.
Slow motion video. The distortion of the faces is crazy!
Fell asleep on the train there. I think i may have been mumbling.
This car was parked outside Crieff Hydro Hotel on Friday as part of a car show. I love it!
How very helpful of Ofcom, releasing their judgement over the ‘stinky Dawn’ Big Brother complaint just before the new season starts on Channel 4.
It’s only taken them two years, very handy that it’s being released so close to the launch of season 9. Nothing dodgy there, eh?
Source: BBC News
Anything can be salvaged as edible when you’ve got brown sauce in your office drawer.
When you need a second opinion on something being a top or a very short dress, you know you’re too old to be in the shop.
I just found this website yesterday. It’s so handy for sending things to the printer, especially since it takes me about six emails to get the final final final final version out there! The poor printer’s inbox.
Damn spambots picked up my email within a few hours! Here’s my email address for the humans.
My new toy. It cuts, scores and perforates. Yum.
I did so much work today, I’m really pleased. I like it when a plan comes together…
After seeing the CCTV footage of Rangers fans on the BBC website today, I’m ashamed of being Scottish, ashamed of living in Glasgow and ashamed that I haven’t helped rid the country of these pathetic lumps of fist and buckfast.
I wasn’t surprised to see the trouble between Rangers fans and the police, nor at the scenes of violence. It’s a common occurence here, where Celtic and Rangers fans regularly take to the streets to voice (and smash) their inane, generation-hammered hatred at the ‘other side’.
It was one night. One night where people were asked to represent their team and their country. What happened? The neanderthal won.
“Duuuhhhh. My team didn’t win. Duuuurrr. There’s the polis. Smash them. Duuuuh.”
It angers me that these people get away with such behaviour, but it infuriates me that they don’t even care.
People involved in the riot, in the kicking and punching of police officers and fans, will return to Scotland today and go back to their jobs and their families. There will be no repercussions for anyone.
What can you do? I can’t do anything except make sure I behave myself and hope that, in time, these lumps will fall victim to natural selection.
So to Manchester I apologise. I’m sorry you had to endure the thick, pathetic, violent nature of the under-average Scot. We aren’t all like that, I assure you.
I hope in years to come we will have wiped that section of society out, free to enjoy football for what it should be – not an excuse for violence and excess, but a game.
Why is it when someone adds you as a friend on Facebook you never talk about it when you see them. It’s like Fightclub!
Keeping busy on the move.
A pipe band right outside my office window.
I’m really looking forward to this!
Getting your priorities right!