November 15, 2005

Unexpected chortle

Today, I've mostly been feeling like this again, as is often the case of late. However, whilst browsing in misery and anger, I stumbled across an old article in the Times. Now I warn you of a Guardian disposition in advance that it's not really at all politically correct, so don't read it if you're offended/against such things. And if you do go and read it anyway, then don't bother posting some stupid comment here because I've warned you in advance and you should have either taken my advice or gone and gotten a sense of humour. For the rest of you, read and have a laugh. It managed to put a smile on my face and ignite a small flicker of cheer in me.

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  1. Hugs – hope you feel better soon darlin, i'm getting increasingly worried about you!
    That article is highly amusing, well spotted! :-)
    Good luck with the work etc

    15 Nov 2005, 21:22

  2. That is fantastic.
    I've had a shitty day and a shitty evening, but that made me laugh.
    And for that, I thank you.
    MSN in a min…


    15 Nov 2005, 22:53

  3. Teeheeheehee…
    v. good I must say :D

    16 Nov 2005, 01:46

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