Wasting time

29 May 2007

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12 Responses

  1. Kelly says:

    That's hilarious! And of course the answer is Yes, although I admit to feeling sad in connection with the subsequent fifteen Land Before Times only because they existed. It's a good thing they finally went extinct.

    You have to work late, but aren't getting paid? Sacrilege! I'd set fire to the library, Fence. Or steal pencils from the supply closet, or something.

  2. Fence says:

    I'll get the time off later on. Maybe on Friday. Extra long weekend then :)

  3. Harlequin says:

    Don't have any recollection of this land before time malarky but I CRY BUCKETLOADS every time that Futurama ep is on. It's so, so SAD. Just thinking about it makes me upset. So I won't. I'll go back to my NASTY exam things that I'm going to fail and have to repeat and it will be HORRIBLE.

    I wish it was Friday at 2.35. Then it would all be over and I could go get my hair done and go party. But then I would miss my birthday, you say. But I'm missing it anyway, I say. What with a three hour exam and three submissions due in that day and all. Poor you, you say. You foolish person who chose to do that course…

    *and so and so on*

  4. Kelly says:

    Harley, I thought Futurama was a cartoon? Then again, Land Before Time was, too, and I felt sad about the pretend mommy dinosaur death. So, okay, you're allowed to feel sad about a cartoon.

    But NOT because you think you're going to fail your exams. You're NOT GOING TO FAIL YOUR EXAMS. If I have to bully you into believing that, I will. And your birthday's Friday, little thing? Happy birthday Friday! Or you know, after you're finished with all that examining…

    (Hi again, Fence. Are you still at work? I hope not. It's 9pm your time now.)

  5. Harlequin says:

    No, my birthday's Thursday. I'll get to enjoy a few hours of it after hand-ups go in. But my last exam is Friday. :-(

    I don't feckin care about passing any more. I JUST WANT THEM OVER WITH. Then sleep. Ah, sleep! *yawn*

  6. heather anne says:

    Oh man, I cried so hard. That was the saddest thing. Poor Littlfoot. I wish I could stop the frikkin spammers on my blog. They make me so mad!

  7. kyknoord says:

    Damn, it's still on my "to see" list. I hate multiple choice.

  8. Fence says:

    H, you really should remonstrate with your parents about their lack of planning regarding your birth and exams. Had they no forethought at all? I know my parents bitterly regret the birthdate of B#5, as he is just at the wrong time the sporting year and ends up playing with peoples a year older than him. De gasur, however, they have discovered has the perfect birthday.

    Kells, nope. Finished at 7. Same today. Woe, oh woe is me.

    Heather Anne, maybe you could call littlefoot round to stomp on the spammers? I mean I know they say he has a little foot and all, but he is still a dino and so should prove useful.

    Kyknoord, not to spoil anything, but if you want you can use your reaction to Bambi's mammy's death.

  9. Harlequin says:

    I have given out to them more than once about it! It particularly annoys me because I was a planned baby. All the mother has to say in her defence is that it was great having a baby at the start of the summer because she could go out and wheel me around in the sunshine and enjoy the good weather and the happy baby, instead of being stuck indoors in the winter like with the sister. Pah, I say. Pah!

    All my babies are going to be born in summer if I can manage it. It's a law term thing – have your babies during court holidays. Or, you know DON'T HAVE ANY AT ALL BECAUSE I AM SCARED OF MOTHERHOOD.

  10. Fence says:

    But surely then you were toddling about in the depths of winter and being rained on?

    As for the scared of motherhood thing, well, it seems rather sensible not to want a parasite sucking off your life for the next 18 years. Course after that, when you are old and decrepit then it might be useful to have someone to pay to put you in a home.

  11. Harlequin says:

    Don't remember being a toddler. By that stage we'd moved to Sligeach anyway so the being rained on thing was going to happen regardless of the time of year! :-)

    Instead of motherhood, I'll just get a dog and a great pension scheme. Ta-dah! Problem solved.

  12. Fence says:

    Grand so. All you need is a garden and you'll be sorted.