back to black

15 September 2008

Yes, I’ve gone back to the old theme. I’m not sure why. Couldn’t find a new one that I liked and I missed a header image with the last one. I may do a couple of header images over the next few days, then again I may not.

Decisive amn’t I?

I’m cat minding at the moment, so am watching the two kitties racing round the room pretending to kill each other, I guess they’ve settled in. They are rescue cats, and more than a little skitish and wary of new peoples. So its good that they are going a little crazy.

In other news, I’ve started watching season 1 of Rome, Himself has never seen it and so after Firefly and Serenity last month we’ve moved on. Yay. Cause there is very little worth watching on d’telly at the moment. Though Bones will be back soon.

DVDs, the saviour of telly-fans. :)

Speaking of the telly, there’s a show on the Beeb at the mo’; Dying for a Drink, about this fella who is giving up drink for a month or something. And he says that the only way he can do it is to avoid going out and being around other people who are drinking. Its all a bit much; I mean surely you can be around drunken fools and stay sober? I’ve done it and it can sometimes be a lot more fun, cause you remember how stupid they were and they’ve nothing on you.

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4 Responses

  1. Harlequin says:

    Himself, is it now? Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

    Giving up drink for a month wouldn't be hard for me at all considering I barely drank at all for years. But going out when totally sober can be a bit crappy for me if everyone else is *drunk* – not just half-cut but totally shit-faced. Cos then you have to put up with their shite. Although as you say, it can be hilarious. The worst thing though is going to a nightclub for a long night totally sober. Cos that's when you realise that the only reason you can tolerate the noise, the crowds, the queueing, the standing, your sore feet and the smell of all the boys who have yet to discover deodorant, let alone anti-perspirant is that usually there are a few drinks shielding you from the horrors of the Dublin nightlife. I mean, has *anyone* ever voluntarily gone to Coppers or Flannerys while sober?

  2. Fence says:

    Himself is as good as any name. For now.

    Aye, going to a club is a whole different ball game. But this dude wouldn't even go out for a meal on account of peoples drinking wine. The idjit

  3. jean pierre says:

    well he's certainly important if he's being made to watch your favourite shows. and isn't it so nice to share things like that!

  4. Fence says:

    Not *made to* JP. Wanted to. Honest. There is no force involved at all. :) And no judging of what he likes and doesn't. really.