November 30, 2004


Tonights the night for questions, most of which will be either philosophical or psychological in nature so if any of you psychologists or philosophers want to comment then please do.

I've not blogged in a day or two and i've looked back over my last few entrys and one word comes to mind – Childish. Yeah the fame and popularity that came from the posts and getting not one but two hot topics was nice but it's just not what I'm looking for. Why am did I feel the need to pretend that James Hughes is the best guy ever? (You are cool by the way but not the best by far, sorry) If I don't desire fame and popularity from blogs then what do I really desire?

Speaking of James I think I've actually seen him in the flesh today, on his way through Xananas, and I have to say I found it kinda strange to see someone I know only through blogs. How did I know it was him? Did he recognise me? If he didn't then did he at least spot me? (I have been hard to miss today, more about that in a sec)

Why is it that I feel the need to stand out around the place? All day today I have been wearing my green Asda fleece around campus, even to Top B for the short time I was there. I had no real need to wear it, I have plenty of clothes. Is my wish to stand out, even if it is by looking like a twit, based upon on a desire to be more open about my sexuality?

Perhaps I'm just obsessed; obsessed with my job. I think I get like this quite a lot, what makes one so obsessed with a job that isn't really that spectactular? Why is it that I can be enthusiastic about a job that half the time is quite dull?

I was up in the Graduate Club (Zippy's for the old schoolers) this evening and I spent half my time up there staring out of the windows overlooking various bits of campus. There was something about it which I found incredible beautiful. What makes us just stand and stare like that?

Well thats enough questions for now, don't you think?

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  1. Chris!!!! oh my god. it was james and jen you saw at xananas today. we were doing our damn logic homework and i walked by to say hello to all the pride people and i saw your green shirt and it said asda and oh my god, i'm out of breath…. (inhales deeply) ok. i tried to convince james to walk by for at least twenty minutes. oh, he thinks you're cuter in real life than in your pictures. ;)

    30 Nov 2004, 01:48

  2. Curious

    Frankly, I am glad to hear you have never met. you are only prolonging the moment of satisfaction and I think this to be a good thing. Withheld sexual tension is the best entertainment-who cared about ross and rachel by the time they got together at the end friends? NO-ONE.

    please keep up the electronic flirtation. Its the best soap opera I've seen for a while.

    30 Nov 2004, 03:01

  3. Jen, I knew it was you two, you should have stopped and said hi, although I'm not sure what I'd have said then "Hi, Im the crazy person from the blogs that appears to be madly in love with you :S" perhaps? I look better in person then in my pics because 1) I was wearing the super sexy Asda fleece and 2) I have been straightning my hair and I look far better like this.

    Curious, I'm actually quite intrigued by you, you're mysterious and seem to enjoy my life, which you find like a soap opera, perhaps thats why i'm a bit fed up of it?

    30 Nov 2004, 08:41

  4. hey chris,
    yeah, i really wanted to say hey but i wasn't actually sure if it was you or not. you do look much different in real life. i should be at the next social i suppose- though that will be next term. the thing is i just found out that we had socials on mondays. i'm a bit out of the loop…although i pretty much knew everyone else there.

    30 Nov 2004, 15:02

  5. Technically the next social is the end of term meal at Brown in Coventry and then on to 'Bows afterwards, meet at campus bus stop at 7:15. I'm personally not going as im off to see THE DARNESSSSSSSS YAAAAAY!

    30 Nov 2004, 17:33

  6. haha, the darness. haha. ha ha hahahahahaha. typo.

    30 Nov 2004, 17:43

  7. Typo indeed! I really didn't think it was you, but Jen was so certain – I hate being proved wrong, it hurts me deeply!
    Don't worry, Jen and I will track you down soon enough, it will be hard not to what with Jen being one of those people that doesn't like the opposite sex.

    30 Nov 2004, 18:00

  8. Was I the only one who didn't realise that 'gaydar' was a pun for, like, two years?

    30 Nov 2004, 18:40

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