David Brider (davidbrider) wrote,
David Brider
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Killing time

Time for a meme - that "first line of the first post of each month" thing.

January:
Or "Hello" from the Thailand posse!

February:
Aaaaaaaaarrrrrrrggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!

March:
The old ad for "More Than" from a few years back, in which a dog in a car rolls down a hill...the hill in question being in Chorleywood, close to where Sarah used to live.

April:
Although I'm not sure I will until I'm actually sitting in the cinema watching the darned thing.

May:
Happy socialist workers day, everybody.

June:
I've spent most of the day Sarah-less.

July:
Whenever I listen to the Pet Shop Boys' I didn't get where I am today (the B-side of the rather wonderful Flamboyant, and if you haven't heard the Scissor Sisters mix of that, you really ought to), I'm just convinced that it's crying out for a bit of a Simm!Master fanvid.

August:
At the quiz tonight, there was a very interestingly worded question in the True or False round.

September:
Yes, Sing Like An Angel is out now.

October:
...but I woke up in the middle of the night and looked out of my bedroom window and had a perfectly clear view of Orion.

November:
Took mum to see Quantum of Solace last night.

December:
1. What did you do in 2008 that you'd never done before?

Things I've observed from this:
1.) April and June's first entries had the same title, despite being about different things entirely. And re: April's, I've still not seen it (The X Files movie) at the cinema. Might wait for the DVD to be going dirt cheap.

2.) I have an annoying tendency to start a sentence in the subject line and then continue it in the first line of the post itself. As a result of which, some of my posts adopt a vaguely meaningless nature when the first line is quoted.

3.) My first post in December was a meme. One out of 12? That's not bad - could've been much worse. Although, in a "bonkers as one of Christopher H Bidmead's Doctor Who serials" kind of way, it would have been wonderful if my first post in December had been this one. Had that happened, I suspect the whole universe might have exploded from the paradox of it all.*

David.

*Exaggerate? Moi? No, no, a billion times no!
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