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» Pretentious bollocks

More art...
At the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice my little brother is quite literally brought to tears by this profound piece of artwork.

(Wed 28th Sep 2005, 23:08, More)

» The passive-aggressive guilt trip

Here we go again...
I was 18 just this week and I'm having a big party for it tomorrow. I was just this minute reading these replies when my mum walks in. Here is a perfect example of the passive-aggressive vs the passive-aggressive

Me: 'Hey mum on saturday night I'm going out into town after my party finishes with my friends'
My Mum: 'But it'll be nighttime, everywhere will be closed'
Me: '...um the pubs and clubs wont'
My mum: 'Oh I don't like you going out wandering the streets at night'
Me: 'Ok well then I guess I'll just go home on my own and go to bed then'
My mum: 'Well if that's what you really want to do but I didn't think you were like that..'

...and so it goes on
(Fri 14th Oct 2005, 17:05, More)

» Urban Legends

Little brothers...
I once told my little brother that you could get someone pregnant by french kissing them. I'll never forget the look of absolute terror on his face, he ran upstairs to 'make a call'.
(Mon 9th Jan 2006, 19:24, More)

» It's not me, it's the drugs talking

Not drugs but alcohol...
My friend Katie and I recently went to a party where there was a free bar (uh oh). I found Katie at the end of the night absolutely plastered and told her she needed to call her dad to get him to come pick us up. She then proceeded to pull an invisible phone out of her invisible pocket, dial in the air and have a very slurred conversation with 'her dad' whilst holding her empty hand against her head. When I eventually found her real phone and got through to her dad it turned out he had called Katie and told her he was in the car park half an hour earlier.
(Sun 18th Dec 2005, 10:27, More)

» Urban Legends

Old people...
Last weekend we had sunday lunch at my house and invited the family over. We were talking about stupid urban myths and my mum was talking about some of the ridiculous things that her mum (who was listening at the time) had told her. Things like; if you swallow chewing gum it'll wind round your heart and kill you, peanuts lie on your chest and all the other classics.

Today my mum was again talking to her (quite senile) mother who was talking about this new diet she was on - a diet where you eat lots of fruit and nuts. She's a bit worried though 'after what we were saying about peanuts the other night'...
(Mon 9th Jan 2006, 19:38, More)
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