I visited Kelvingrove Art Museum on Saturday for the first time in years. It’s all changed now, but still as fascinating as ever. The Egyptian mummy was particularly intriguing.
The bendy bridge across the Clyde on our way to the IMAX to see The Dark Knight.
Dinner at AdLib – chicken burger and fries. Tasty!
Rumor is Apple will be releasing the ‘macbook touch’ in October. Looks snazzy. Source.
A restaurant has discovered three pieces of meat with ‘Allah’ in arabic inscribed on them.
When the writings were discovered there were some Islamic scholars who come and eat here and they all commented that it was a sign to show that Islam is the only true religion for mankind.
All I see are three pieces of decaying meat with a few scores in it. I sense an overreaction – anyone else?
There was no stickiness of any significance
What are people looking for on google images that is bringing them to this site? I can’t quite figure it out using analytics – there are literally hundreds of you streaming to the site from google images and i’m intrigued!
Are you one of these visitors? Where have you come from and what are you searching for? Aaah!
Sean Connery’s agent calls him up, “Sean Baby, I’ve got a crackerjack offer for you, you can’t miss this. I’ve set up an audition for you at the studio in LA, just be there for tennish”. “Tennish?” says Sean, “But I don’t have a racquet!”
I’ve just thought of the most awkward dinner party ever.
… and Mel Gibson
Too late? Has the joke passed? I’m only a few years late!
Why i win at Scrabble
That’s how I roll (via neiloughton)
Yummy food from Striped Bass in Glasgow. Great cod starter with tartare sauce.
This is my all time favourite X-Factor audition: Tim the 40 year old landscape gardener singing “All Night Long”. Truly amazing.
This is my second favourite X-Factor audition: 32 year old Steven from Birmingham singing “Mrs Jones”.