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The good Doktor: 20, student, British, northern (originally), geek.

Sounds like a plan to me...

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» Pubs

Before I get back to doing the essay...
A man walks into a bar with a salmon under his arm, he asks the barman if they do food.

"Yes mate" he replies.

"I'll have a fishcake then please."

"Sorry pal, we don't do fishcakes."

"That's a shame" Says the fella, "It's his birthday."

And that, Ladies and Gentleman, is my favourite joke ever.

(Thu 12th Feb 2009, 15:47, More)

» My most treasured possession

As well as the watch...

Bought by my sister oh so many years ago, imagine my delight when I discovered The Who and realised the significance of his name.
(Fri 9th May 2008, 17:47, More)

» Pet Peeves

Hot off the press...
My flatmates have just returned from seeing Iron Man which I saw yesterday and informed me that after the credits is a piece of footage so nerdgasm inducingly sweet that I am chewing my eyelids off that I didn't see it.

Stop doing that! Put important things like that in the bloody film, not after half an hour of credits and whatever dross nu-metal is on the soundtrack.

Argh! To YooChoob.
(Sat 3rd May 2008, 1:18, More)

» When Animals Attack

Living near a canal...
Means lots of bridges, and lots of swans. One day a few weeks back, me and my flatmate were walking to the local Morrisons, which means crossing the canal behind our Halls via one of the many medieval bridges in Leicester.

About half way across we hear this thunderous beating of wings as about a dozen of the beaky bastards dive bomb the bridge. Think the scene in Pearl Harbor* when all the Zeros fly in, skimming over the top of the cliff.

We dive for cover behing the wall of the bridge as the swans swarm overhead but, with a certain sense of satisfaction, noticed one of them clipping his, erm, undercarriage on the edge of the bridge and majestically spazzing out and crashing into the water.

Now I've heard of swans being able to break limbs so imagine having one of the feckers hitting you in the head.

*I wince with pain typing this without a U.
(Sat 26th Apr 2008, 18:36, More)

» Guilty Pleasures, part 2

Three words...
Viking folk metal.
(Sun 16th Mar 2008, 16:06, More)
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