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There's a storm in my teacup!

Well, in my dollar store mug.

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Valentine's Day: a cause of much fuss.
I tried to call Shaz, she tried to call me. Neither person managed to get in contact with the other. I sent a card which arrived Friday, I received a nice book on Monday from her. I'll have to contact her really soon, just because we've not talked for a while.

Other things... I'm being lazy. I have Fantavision I can take back to Game (it bores me), I have to consider looking for a scanner (or maybe an all-in-one printer) and I have work tonight. Fifth day in a row. I've nearly worked a proper week again, for once. Quite miraculous, I must say.

I've just been working on little things (icons, editing things) and am on the verge of completing Mario & Luigi - again, another miracle given what I've been like recently in terms of completing games.

It's half term this week over here. I never realised until just now when I saw kids wondering around looking confused with what to do. This means the annoying kids that live near the shop will inevitably pop in. There's something about them that makes me think it'd be nice to have a system where people you didn't want could get electrocuted if they tried to enter the premises. I'm sure this could be produced somehow.

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Would that invention apply to schools, too?

Maybe we could set that one in reverse, so kids that're scummy can't leave. Y'know, then they can't be a menace to society. Janitors, maybe, but not society.

Ah hah! That sounds like a much better idea.

So, when is it going to be invented? Can we transport it to Ware?

I never realised you were so close.

And I do imagine the sooner it's invented the better. We have a bunch of annoying chavs here now, loitering for lack of a better thing to do.

I'm even closer - I lurk around in Hoddesdon, town le shite.

Why not just use a shotgun until it's invented? It'll be a bit messier, but I'm sure it'll be worth it. And, anyway, if all else fails you can send the killer truck to run them over.

I prefer the idea of stanley blades - note the plural, that's important - with a matchstick between both blades. Slash someone's face with that and you've got a bit of skin you can't put stitches to.

Also, the fact a crazed bearded man is charging at them with a stanley blade puts far more fear into them than just shooting them.

Hoddesdon? Hm. Isn't the town slogan "At least we're not Edmonton" there?

It's written in Egyptian, of course, but if it were in English, I doubt the people would understand it.


Is your beard as sexy as mine? Is it? Is it? Is it?

It's probably the best beard in the world.

I had to shave mine just because I couldn't take the competition.

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