Friday, September 30, 2005

Pink Freud

I told a kid at work today that God is mostly a crock of shit. It wasn't particularly well-received.

Come monday, we're going to give the Lego a miss and work on one of these instead. I like to think of it as a sort of controlled, collective traumatisation. And I happen to be good at it. My work is just never done.

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Anonymous adam said...

This blog aches to be included in some archly overwritten Guardian article about cool and quirky undiscovered websites, doesn't it?

1:09 am  
Blogger Sara said...

No, we're definitely through with that phase. It's just so very five minutes ago.

And let's face it, The Guardian just doesn't get the time of day up here. We have our own newspapers, you know.Tsk, tsk.

9:59 am  
Blogger Mikkel said...

Adam, Adam, Adam… Where to begin?

Your mention of the Guardian, and the phrase "archly overwritten", points to a type of British person that we all know and love. You’re such a clever little breed of people, aren’t you?

May I ask what compels you to keep coming back to a blog you obviously despise? Most people, if they don’t like the programs, they turn off the TV. You must have a lot of spare time on your hands.

But then, your snide comments definitely need some work. Go practice by writing something nasty on the wall of a public urinal or something.

Clever you. You drew a response.

11:38 am  
Anonymous adam said...

Woah!!!
Think we have a slight misunderstanding here.
My comment was really intended as a light-hearted late night ribbing rather than a snide and deceitful attack!
I quite like the blog as a matter of fact.
I guess it can be difficult to put things across in the right tone of voice at times on these things.
Apologies etc.
Incidentally, I am Irish rather than British, but I'm not going to get too worked up about it!
In the words of Pal Waaktaar, "Give a little".

6:50 pm  
Blogger Mikkel said...

Oh dear, me. Sorry, Adam! A bit loose on the trigger there.

You're completely forgiven, of course. And I'm sorry I called you British. That was just plain mean of me.

What can I say? It's all part of the action packed theme park ride that is SHÄDY ÄCRES.

By the way - you're not the Adam we got terribly, horribly drunk with, are you?

10:47 pm  
Anonymous adam said...

afraid not: i have never made it to your part of the world

5:06 pm  
Blogger Sara said...

Go north and take a sharp right after a long while. We'll be in because of the rain. Slainté.

5:45 pm  

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