October 13th, 2008

Coupling - Stuck in the Giggle Loop

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Didn't see as much of Stephen Fry in America as I'd've liked, but saw enough to know that it looks like it's going to be a pretty wonderful programme, although it's also probably going to be a case of getting the book and the DVD and checking the BBC4 stuff for all the things they don't manage to fit in to six hour-long episodes (which I suspect will be a lot.

Also, having recently been transferring Tim's offairs to DVD, I've been watching Danny Wallace's How to Start Your Own Country, which is great fun.

I was quite interested by the idea of Alastair Campbell's Cracking Up, but it was late and I didn't watch it - I'll have to check it on iPlayer.

Spent a rather enjoyable Saturday afternoon with avonette and a couple of her friends at CCK, which aten't dead yet. Hopefully will be seeing avonette again in a couple of weeks time.

Sarah is still unwell - she has her voice back, but has advised me not to go to see her because she has Teh Lurgi which it's best not to share with my sister and her imminent newborn.

Generally, my mood is lighter than it was in the middle of last week. This is a Good Thing. Still needs work, though.
Coupling - Stuck in the Giggle Loop

You know you've joined the modern age...

...when you have an indepth discussion with your fiancée (specifically about the fact that her place of employ have decided that she has to go to their American office for over a week with just a couple of days notice) conducted mainly over LJ comments...

Coupling - Stuck in the Giggle Loop

Music quiz meme

- Put your music player on random;
- Post the first line from the first 25 songs that play, no matter how embarrassing the song;
- Let everyone guess what song and artist the lines come from;
- Bold the songs when someone guesses correctly;
- Looking them up on Google or any other search engine is cheating.

Comments are screened, so guess away, and when I've had enough I'll total up all the correct answers. That sort of thing.

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And in conclusion, I have a painfully eclectic iTunes...

  • Current Music
    Wendy MaHarry - Jungle Birth (Wendy MaHarry)