It's currently 2:09am in the morning in England and, having revised for 10 hours today, i'm finally allowing myself to deviate from Medieval crap and Richard III and do fun things. Though I think my perception of 'fun' has been forever altered after today. Suxor.Becca:
My Facebook is always on the Pirate setting! It just makes things so much better. I love how the terminology is now used in everyday situations. eg. 'I went to a right grog fest t'other day.' and 'This be pleasin' to me eye.' Pirates have all the best stuff :[HarrianCullen:
I'm not sure if i've introduced myself to you yet - I have the memory of a sieve and I haven't been on here for a while - but I'm Kes! 20, London. A big hello from a fellow Brit :] And I have to say that Angharad is one of my favourite names in the world, you lucky bugger!Rose:
Good Luck! I'm sending good vibes your way.Ally:
Thanks to you, i'm now going to try every variation of Potato soup I know until I make something that sounds as nice as that! Chances are I will just eat a bowl of mash with a spoon.MRK:
I completely agree about the MTV award, but that might be because I'm still not sure about the film. I'm impressed it was so successful, but that does not instantly make it one of the best films of the year. The same can be said for Slumdog Millionaire, in my opinion. They were good, but not that
good. Perhaps i'm just cynical, which is actually quite probably.Jasmine:
I've been checking out your Peacock outfit on Facebook and it looks beautiful - you did an amazing job with it. And those red leather trousers sound muy calliente, mami!Getting my egocentric on:
It's pretty much revision city up in my house at the moment. It would be so much easier if I didn't get distracted so easily my such ridiculous things. For example, I genuinely spent a good 20 minutes watching a cat that was sitting on a garage roof outside my bedroom window, who was in turn watching another cat chasing a bird. I swear to God, it was about as thrilling as snooker. Which, incidentally, is dull as fuck
I then started thinking of Bill Bailey (frikkin' amazing British comedian for those that don't know him), and his suggestion that you can paint your toenails to look like talons, so when you pick up mice with your feet you can pretend you're an eagle; a line which made me laugh so hard it physically hurt to breathe afterwards. I then went on to watch his entire 'Part Troll' show and kill a further hour or two.
Hope everyone's in good keeping.
I'll leave you with a love song by the aforementioned genius that is Bill Bailey:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lr2zvmsS9Ck