Archive for the ‘Random Thoughts’ Category


Getting old

February 26, 2006

Last night I went to bed at 7.30pm! How old am I?! I woke up this morning at 9.00am so that’s a whopping 13 and a half hours sleep!

Friday night was spent with somebody nice. Hope I get to see them again.

Today is a work-a-thon.



February 23, 2006

Came across this site today. One of the most soulful, life-affirming and humbling things I’ve seen in a while.

People just send in anonymous postcards with secrets on. It’s updated every Sunday and it’s truly food for the soul.



February 15, 2006

The following things can fuck off today…

  • People at work who want things doing ten minutes ago
  • Coming home to find a letter from the bank saying they’re gonna chop my balls off cos I owe them money, then calling to sort out a “payment schedule” only to end up on the line with some patronising little blob of monkey spunk.
  • My brother having a seizure all the way up in Hull and I can do sweet fuck all from down here in Derby.
  • Students
  • Women

I am so tired it’s not even funny. I’m starting to hallucinate.

So much for doing a serious run tonight. Did 15 mins last night though, so I can feel slightly justified in having a lazy night and a few beers.

If my lecturer fucks me off tomorrow however, I will kick her fucking minge off.

Good night.


Just to clarify…

February 6, 2006

The following people are not funny and anyone who thinks they are is a terrible human being who probably burns the eyelids of little kittens

  • Ricky Gervais – Smug, self-satisfied prick who plays the same character in ‘The Office’ and his stand-up shows. It’s not funny. It’s horrendously boring
  • Little Britain – The most overrated heap of monkey spunk ever. If you want to see how catchphrases should be employed, go and watch The Fast Show or The Mary Whitehouse Experience. Walliams and Lucas should never have left ‘Rock Profile’

Chronologically challenged

February 6, 2006

You know you’re getting old when rock stars are younger than you, and you can remember when most of today’s current football managers used to play.