All entries for October 2004
October 22, 2004
Having been back in Leamington for four weeks now, my friends and I have been quickly reminded of the lack of single, straight men in the area…It doesnt take long to realise that Mirage, Sugar and the Union are not exactly the place to be looking for Mr Right, unless you are
a) a gay man
b) Happy to find someone who thinks its ok to join their mates in surrounding a group of girls until they bully them into getting what they want…regardless of which girl it ends up being with. Also known as the Mirage Meat Market!
C) One of those annoyingly magic people who manage to look their sexiest after a couple of hours dancing in a mist (or should that be smog?!) of sweat!! (if you are one of those people, pleeeeease tell us your secret!!)
And so, we have decided that either we have made a serious error in judgement when making our uni choice (someone should warn you about these things!), or there is an untapped resource of great single men just waiting to be found. Any suggestions as to where this resource might be?! (Some might say the Trampoline Club isnt the obvious starting point….:)
If this untapped resource fails to be discovered (or tapped, if you will!) then drastic action may have to be taken – importing from other universities has been the best suggestion so far!! Oooh or how about speed-dating in the union? Could be fun….!!
October 15, 2004
Well this is my first entry so im not quite sure what to put….i bought pink boots today!!!!! :) This has cheered me up greatly, and i love them so much i might even have to sleep in them.
Today i had a 9 o'clock lecture, which for a slacker psychologist (or 'pretend scientist', thanks, Dave B!) is quite a tall order. Survived it tho!!
My pics are quite limited at the mo owing to the fact that i have no scanner or digital camera – waaaay behind with the technology there! Will have to do something about that. But if you want a laugh how about finding me on http.//warwick.ac.uk/melodycobb instead!
Hmmm, thats about it for now. Except to say what a fantastic work avoidance strategy! Always looking for new ones of those!