Hello again iiwiiers
I couldn't go for a nice long walk today because of the foul weather. I dithered at going out, and then the rain stopped and it was nice and sunny, I dithered some more and then when I went out it was rotten again, although my not too long walk was taken at a brisk pace and I most definitely felt the benefit. So what's the moral here? There's no moral, it's rubbish, my dithering was rewarded, that's not very good, is it?
The snacks I mentioned buying from Poundland several days ago (alright then, two) included a three-pack of Cadburys Flake Praline. They were nice enough. But they ain't all that. My research tells me that they first appeared in September of 2004, but I don't think I've ever noticed them before. I just had a Thai curry that was very nice. A green one. Yes, life is good. We can stick things that taste nice in our mouths, then wait a while, then do it again, then wait a while, then do it again, until we die. Oh, we can do other stuff too if we like. To pass the time. You're wisely choosing to use some of the little time you have left to read this. Clever you. I'm wisely choosing to use more time than that to write it. And I don't think it's a waste, really, I'm happy to do it. I enjoy it, I find it very satisfying. I don't suppose you Earthlings can understand. But that's okay.
I hard that the McCanns are thinking of suing the newspapers for their coverage. What, is this because they haven't been in the news so much for the last month or so? I don't think you can sue newspapers for only putting you on the front page for six months and then moving on, you're lucky to get six as it is these days, what with short attention spans and Amy Winehouse. Ask Pete Docherty, or Fred Housego.
There might not be much tomorrow as I will be somewhat occupied. And in case you thought I'd forgotten, the rather dull fact about my tellydigirecordything is that going through the list of stuff I've recorded is suddenly much faster for some reason, in terms of the box responding to the remote control I mean.
See you around
Van Of The Day Film For Historians Of The Day: Mazda Bongo Multivan (1980)
That'll calm things down in the middle east. A nice van.