Weekend before last was the Briggs stag weekend in Brighton – a beautiful day to get out of your mind! Needless to say it was excessive, and arriving home at 8am still damp from trying to walk into the sea was a whole new experience. Not to be repeated. No. Never. The wedding is the… Continue reading Panzer!
This afternoon’s excitement comprised a power failure at work – cue all machines/printers etc going down. Amusingly, some didn’t come back up. Poor Lesley, she only got her new & working computer this morning… tsk.
Bleeding spoofs. Sorry, wanted to say that. A colleague today discovered this article on BBCi, which was greeted (greeted? gret? gretted?) by all we spoke to (all 2) with derision. So, lo and behold, the spoof was created. www.theanorak.org/bbc
Beefy Keefy, who isn’t a jobbernowl, suffers from akathisia. If he were to prepare some greasey-spoon-styley vivers, this would constitute a (very poor!) herman.check out www.askoxford.com for a quality ‘Word of the Day’
The teach-yourself-Arabic is coming along nicely: “Ahalan, kaifa halok? Shish taouk shawarma min fadilak …shokran! Ma’a ElSalama!” Happened to stumble across 2x sites of mild interest: At the 1st one, you (are meant to be able to) order kebabs online: www.ekebabs.com and the second panders to the needs of displaced northerners: www.liquidice.co.uk. Yep, it’s an… Continue reading Dialects of vivers