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» How nerdy are you?

Sometimes words are simply not necessary

(Fri 7th Mar 2008, 11:44, More)

» What was I thinking?

I can show you this photograph of myself again.

(Thu 23rd Sep 2010, 18:45, More)

» When I met the parents

I walked into the front room, a little nervous. We were exchanging pleasantries when my father-in-law to be reached down the side of his armchair and picked up a microphone.

Placing it to his lips, he shouted 'Boo!', replaced the microphone and continued talking as if nothing happened.

I must have looked a little scared, because it was then explained to me that they had wired up a speaker outside next to the bird table so he could scare off larger birds (thus allowing smaller ones to eat) without having to get up and tap on the window.

After that inital shock, everything went swimmingly and he really is very nice. But quite a few things were running through my mind at the time (one of them being: RUN).
(Fri 20th May 2005, 14:53, More)

» Buses

Bus Stop
I am at the bus stop and it is a wet day. She is there.

I say, "please share my umbrella".

The bus arrives at the stop and then goes. Our love grows, under my umbrella.

We enjoy it throughout the summer, through wind, rain and shine. We employed the umbrella to keep us dry and by August, she was mine.

I see her every morning, waiting at the stop. Sometimes she has been shopping and shows me the things she purchased.

Everyone stares as if we're both insane, but sooner or later our names will be the same.

Anyway, that's how it all started, it's silly - but it's true (no pics, sorry). A lovely, sweet romance, beginning in the queue.

The sun comes and the ice melts, there's no more need for any sheltering. It's amazing to think that my umbrella led me to a vow.
(Thu 2nd Jul 2009, 10:39, More)

» Bizarre habits

QOTW Stories
I occasionally repeat QOTW stories to real life friends with the prefix "I know someone who..."

*for shame*

But you do it too.

edit - not exactly a bizarre habit I suppose, but it is a habit.
(Thu 8th Jul 2010, 10:53, More)
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