Sunday, March 20, 2005

The singular's weekend life


It's been a very, very hard week. And that's all I will say about the hard week. I'd much rather talk about something else. But unfortunately, after the very, very hard week, I didn't have the energy to go out and enjoy myself and as a result find things to talk about. Instead, I stayed home and enjoyed watching the rugby on the telly, accompanied by a bowl of noodles and a can of curry and a can of beer, the combination of which ensured that I would stay home and not wander off too far from the toilet. I really did enjoy watching the rugby on telly, but I won't write about how who won, and how I enjoyed it because the teams that won were the teams I was supporting. Because Adri says I shouldn't. (And there is always Mr Miyagi's Sporting Sideblog anyways). I'd write about how I love my girlfriend very, very much and how I couldn't imagine life without her, but Adri, she also says that we shouldn't do that. I could write about how lately, there's been a spate of bloggers getting angry at each other on their blogs because of things that have happened IRL, but I'd just be accused of being involved in gossip mongering, and that is really not what this blog is about. Serious. You can steal taxis, meet up with each other for sex or coffee or soup, but I won't write about you because that is really not what this blog is about. So how like that? Think I might go read a book now. Tioman 2002 Wish I were here. Wish you were here.
iTunes' party shuffle is playing a copy of: Tarakihi (The Locust) - Kiri Te Kanawa - Maori Songs, of which I have the original CD and therefore didn't steal music.


4 Comments:

Blogger The High Levels said...

They have been at bloggerheads?? wahahahahahahahahah

3/20/2005 12:54:00 PM  
Blogger Merenwen said...

You have a girlfriend? Dang, there goes my marriage proposal! I'd better stick to Calm One then... ;p

High Levels: I like your use of bloggerheads. What a great new word!

3/20/2005 01:49:00 PM  
Blogger zeenie said...

Go the NZ sevens team!! Go the Crusaders! (where i studied and supported them for 6 years) Go the Hurricanes! (although they lost to the bulls, we still support them anyways) Go the Blues! (for showing that they are JAFFAs) =)

3/20/2005 03:39:00 PM  
Blogger Mr Miyagi said...

Go the 'Tahs, maaate!

3/22/2005 01:17:00 AM  

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