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Happy Easter Everyone!

Blimey! First FP! This is the highlight of my weekend, unless something more exciting happens tommorrow. Thanks!
(Sat 3rd Apr 2004, 20:37, More)

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» The Onosecond

Real life
I have a horrible habit of doing this sort of thing... but in real life. It tends to make it even worse.

One of my friends was telling me how his uncle, who was epileptic, was hit by a bus whilst driving, and was killed. What did I say? "Was the bus flashing?". It wasn't until after I'd said it that I realised how horrific I was being.

I didn't learn my lesson.

Another friend discovered that his trumpet teacher had died. "Did you play the 'wah wah waaaah' tune?". You know what I mean, the sort of thing that happens in pantomimes when something silly yet bad for the character happens. A sort of disappointment. I'm told the technical term for this is a "decending chromatic wah".

Still hadn't learnt my lesson.

Same friend told me a few days later his orchestra had performed a concert in memory of the aforementioned trumpet teacher. I asked him if the teacher had come on stage at the end to collect some flowers or something. Whoops.

I should probably think before I speak, or at least have a dictaphone handy so I can post MP3s of myself on the internet.
(Thu 26th May 2005, 19:42, More)

» Pure Ignorance

Making fun of a car crash
In a Physics lesson about thinking/stopping distance and all that, my friend tells me how his Uncle was hit by a bus after having an epileptic fit whilst driving.

Thinking he was joking, I said "Was the bus flashing?".

Whoops.
(Sat 8th Jan 2005, 17:12, More)

» Shame

Death!
I have a horrible habit of saying the worst possible thing at the worst possible time.

One of my friends was telling me how his uncle, who was epileptic, was hit by a bus whilst driving, and was killed. What did I say? "Was the bus flashing?". It wasn't until after I'd said it that I realised how horrific I was being.

I didn't learn my lesson.

Another friend discovered that his trumpet teacher had died. "Did you play the 'wah wah waaaah' tune?". You know what I mean, the sort of thing that happens in pantomimes when something silly yet bad for the character happens. A sort of disappointment. I'm told the technical term for this is a "decending chromatic wah".

Still hadn't learnt my lesson.

Same friend told me a few days later his orchestra had performed a concert in memory of the aforementioned trumpet teacher. I asked him if the teacher had come on stage at the end to collect some flowers or something. Whoops.

I should probably think before I speak, or at least have a dictaphone handy so I can post MP3s of myself on the internet.

/blog
(Sun 27th Nov 2005, 0:49, More)

» Panic Buying

A pig lighter
I got my girlfriend a pig lighter for her birthday, and yes, it does do what it says on the tin.

You pull back a lever on its head and two flames come out of its nose- whilst this may seem brilliant, she doesn't smoke.

Worst of all, when I gave it to her, I said "I saw this, and thought of you".
(Fri 23rd Dec 2005, 16:48, More)

» Posh

Last January I bought a monocle
and I spent the day acting posh, just to see what it's like- click the link to see what happend!
(Thu 15th Sep 2005, 11:39, More)
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