A Horse of a Different Colour
Don't mind the first two and the last two - can't be doing with the stuff in the middle. Knew blokes who were involved in real combat - not much fun.
That's such a gorgeous pictorial. He's clearly not yet past the stage when 7 shots of tequila after thirty beers and two whiskeys are not a good idea
Urrrgh, feeling pretty tired myself. Board meeting of new work yesterday. Powerpoint presentation followed by dinner, I took precautions and drove though, so no hangover like last time, just up too late on a school night.On the gardening front, my butternut squash have started to sprout, my chillies are taking their sweet time. Raspberries looking good, as are Gosseberries (both planted this year so I doubt I'll get fruit). Spuds sprouting, broad beans taking it handy.
Ian: the PS3 stuff is fairly new I have to say . . he's more into Need for Speed (cars) better on the screen than in real life. I have a a couple of friends who are Viet Vets and they actually like this stuff . . Kath: Too True . . .poor thing is not adjusting well to 6am starts after a big weekend! (he thought university was 'work') Clearly you have been there and learned the lesson . .stick to one poison!Thrifty: Thank your lucky stars you have little girls. You won't have to worry about Yaegermeister or Call of Duty . . It'll be lads and love! School night! Twit! You're not at school any more!Is there no end to your talents! Grow your chillies inside on the windowsill, they like warmth. I have cherry tomatoes growing courtesy of bird poo! Seriously, I didn't plant them, they're just sprouting!
I still try and do that every now and then with disastrous consequences i.e. lots of the last photo!
I need to curl up like that young man. I did far to much yesterday and now I am paying for it.
I shall be obtaining a large dog and a pair of rusty shears that will be held meaningfully in the full view of any prospective lotharios.[rusty snipping sound]
Despite its reputation as a drink for vomiting 20-somethings, Jagermeister on the rocks after the bottle spending some time in the freezer is pretty good.On the other hand, on New Years Eve 2006, after downing most of a liter of it our car felt the need to go airborne then straight through a telephone pole before taking out 75 yards of fencing.I haven't had a drop of it since.No sympathy here. I'd be yelling at him to get up and about.:)
Brianf: Haha, that's rich coming from the Napman! It's not as bad as it looks. The couch photo was 6:30pm last night after 3 weeks of 5:30am starts in a very physical job and a big weekend on PS3. More 'jet lag' than hangover. He then went out to rehearsal at 7:30 till after 10:30 . . . poor kid's just ragged. Bit of a culture shock after 3 years at Uni . . .2006! That was only 2 years ago . . .very naughty to drink and drive. Tut tut . . .
Jagermeister rocks! :) It actually doesn't give you too much of a hangover. Pretty good stuff, I say. :)
HAHA, I still manage the first (in lesser form) and the last :)
JD it tastes like cough mixture, I dunno why they like it but they do. Fortunately, poverty has forced DB into beer! The real killer was the long PS3 session!Anony: You're just coming into these wonder years!
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