Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Kilos of Craic - Milligrams of Mirth

I am rarely stuck for words but after yet another day of imbibing for Babybro’s birthday and then staying up far too late playing Trivial Pursuit with the younglings - who penalised me by making me answer the Genus questions while they had the kids versions - I feel like a bucket of smashed crabs.

The best I can do is let you hear me, and some mates from around the globe rambling diversified, twittering and warbling about nothing much and somehow edited to make some sense by the very clever JD (well I'm imagining so, I haven't actually listened myself just yet) – that’s Kilos of Craic, the rebirth of the Jefferson Davis Podcast with a little link there on the right. If you fancy being a fly on the wall and living a little vicariously . . . you might find it mildly amusing. It’s a bit long so takes a while to download . . . if you’d like a transcript . . um . . bad luck, I cut my finger instead of the avocado yesterday so my typing has suffered.

I am definitely detoxing for the next 100 years . . . . now where's that kebab?

And last but by no means least . . .have a crack (or is that craic) at this:

You Are Sauvignon Blanc

Engaging and energetic, you have a lot to offer the world - most of it they've never seen anywhere else!
You are the type of person who carves your own path in life... and you invite everyone else to come along.
The only thing predictable about you is that you could have anything up your sleeve.
You're all about sampling all of life's experiences. Both the savory and unsavory ones.

Deep down you are: Laid back and young at heart

Your partying style: Anything goes... seriously!

Your company is enjoyed best with: Smoked meats or spicy food


ClareBear said...

At least you don't look like a half sucked mango.. Hmm, need a bit of comic relief this afternoon, might give it a listen.

Judy said...

Thought I was a nerd building a blog page but then find out that you have a blog and its up and active. Not only active but interactive.

I can't get past the heading selection from eighty choices: I liked the seascape best.

I have already stopped creating mine because firstly I have very little to say and I can't find a blog site that is in plain english.

On holiday for another week so might try to make those chocolate brownies you desdribe or dabble in a bit of internet searching for a better blog site.

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

I had a listen a couple of days ago and left my comments over on Facebook ;-). I think I did mention that you have an incredibly filthy laugh...

Nonny said...

This is taking an awful long time to download!

Baino said...

Ahhhh! Judy . . .what a surprise! I haven't anything to say but I say it anyway! It's fun and keeps me off the streets. I am soooooo . . .looking forward to November . . .just blog about school . . you MUST have a few tales to tell. Change the names to protect the innocent . . nah . . .dob em in! Let me know when you're up and running and I'll link you and before you know it . . .You'll have friends all over the world. (mad ones but they're pretty cool!)

AV: You sure you're not mixing me up with JD? We are the masters and mistresses of the pedestrian. But sometimes, it's bloody funny.

Nonny: Yep, can be a bit long without ADSL. Sometimes, just sometimes, it's worth it.

Daz said...

I listened to it yesterday.

I had the same feeling I did when I woke up on a golf course with no recollection of how I got there.

Daz said...

And where's that handsome sounding young Irishman who used to be on it??

If only I could remember his name ...

Grannymar said...

Well worth a listen.

We managed to get the internet working on Sunday night in the house where I was. So Toyboy and I sat and listened. He now realises I AM certifiable!

Today will be a gentle day for me. right now I have 1182 items waiting in my google reader.
after that I will have a go at the Wine test.

Baino said...

Well if he had a decent friggin' microphone or could be arsed tugging himself away from the Rugby we could have heard him showering c**ts across the miles! God I'm good . . I can nag from 12,000 miles away . . brilliant!

Baino said...

GM: You scored a Toyboy AND introduced him to the twits? C for courage and a gold star! Well done Mrs P.

1182 items? Crikey girl . . .those toyboys are persistent. Send a couple over my way!

Kate said...

On my blog, were you asking whether you could borrow the "as if" approach to problem-solving, or the get-drunk-and-go-to-the-mall approach?

Because you're welcome to either one, what's mine is yours, and so on... I was just wonderin'. ;)

Baino said...

Kate: The Week A/Week B approach. I'm a Libran, I have problems making decisions. I am a very controlled drunk thank you and would never go shopping in an inebriated state . . actuall I'd like to never have to go shopping at all . . .*mmm thinks about virtues of online ordering*

ClareBear said...

Haha, I am SOOOO looking forward to your weekend in November also...PARTY AT CLARE'S HOUSE! WOOOOT!

Jefferson Davis said...

Jaysus... I just listened to it again,, and I must have been in a narcoleptic trance while recording editing the show. Ooopps! :)

It was pretty good, but the next one will be ten times better. :)

Thanks for the link, Baino.

Baino said...

CB: there will be no partying, I'm sending Brianf to house sit with a big gun!

JD: Well, not your best effort . . and I'm not sure what was in your green tea at the end but I'd like some! Perhaps a little shorter next time . . .Prolly my fault for pressuring . . your link is my link baby!