Monday, August 31, 2009

Day off: Guitar, Blues, Mini Bike stunts and the Edinburgh festival.

Well, my weekend is over and I am back at school as usual but as promised, I spent a day off my laptop. I was in fact I was off for longer than that, over 48 hours in total :) *Impressive I know :P* So ye, I was last online Saturday morning and didn’t make a post, which means I haven’t posted much at all this last week, so I am up for the challenge of creating some good content over this next week!

Anyway, Saturday was a good day, almost entirely without the laptop. I went into Edinburgh, went to the Edinburgh festival, hung out with friends and went to the movies.

Now the Edinburgh festival is awesome. I saw all sorts; I had a few hours before I met my friends, so I wandered about watching street performers. It was great fun, I saw guys on miniature bicycle doing tricks (miniature, miniature, miniature!), a guy playing rocking solos on the ukulele, I saw juggling (Fire, juggling balls, knifes, you know the drill!), Diabolo, a guy lying on a bed of glass and awesome blues playing.

A few pictures of what I saw (and heard for that matter)

Ukulele solo!

It’s annoying because I would have taken more pictures and a longer video but I still have to upload my pictures from Australia so my camera is pretty full! What is even more annoying is that I actually managed to leave my camera complete with the case in the cinema. Thank-fully *Thank-you!* my brother went in the next day and claimed it. *Legend* (It seems siblings aren’t so bad after all!)

Anyway, the majority of the afternoon was me listening to “Richard Blues” playing his blues guitar on the royal mile. He is so good and so entertaining; I gave him £12 of my own money (£10 of it on his CD which is awesome by the way!). Awesome guitarist and awesome entertainer! (Video coming soon)

He was funny; he taught the small children who had never heard blues that it was like the first time you dropped your ice cream on the floor. He went on later to describe his audience as he played, “The pretty lady with the blue stripy top thing and the white leggings things and blue shoes!” He went on to describe me, (I was wearing my “Cowboy” Kangaroo hat so I stuck out like a sore thumb) he said,

“This guy may only be young, but I have seen him with five different women today!”

I was like “What can I say, no denying it!” *Shrugs*

This guitarist is a great, I have his CD and love it and I could listen to him for hours. (I did on Saturday!)

On the way home I stopped at a fish and chip shop. They do soup so I asked for soup. It came, (in a tub) by itself with a roll. I asked if I could have a spoon. They rolled there eyes as if to say, “*Sigh* Why does this always happen, why does a spoon come in handy whilst having soup?”

They gave me a fork. You do not know how hard it is to eat soup with a fork and either do they! They could have at least provided some sporks, it would have been easier.

I was playing basketball on Sunday, so much for resting eh! I did rest from being on the computer though. I came home with a thumping headache; I tried to convince my mom that it was because my eyes hadn’t adjusted to not being in front of a computer screen. Other than that nothing interesting really happened on Sunday. If you play basketball then you’ll be interested to know I dunked the Ball on ten foot. (Me the fourteen year old at just under 6”2).

Although one interesting thing happened, we were waiting for a bus and we went into McDonalds. A guy comes into McDonalds with a mop handle and starts pretending to mop the floor. He asks “See if I mop the floor right, do I get free meals...?... Come on, it’s my own mop!” *He leaves*
He wasn’t serious but that was so funny it may have just been the highlight of my non-computing day!

And so you know, I was busy so wasn’t thinking about the computer that much but when I went back on I had forty five e-mails and a tonne of stuff to do! I look forward to next Sunday although I may not make a post about it, I’ll wait and see!

"Just Some girl" took a day off too!

Danny took a day off too!

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Take a break, take a day off your computer!

Ok, I like blogging, I like surfing the net and I like computers in general! I reckon I am probably on this thing to much though. I do not know how I manage it but I pretty much waste hours doing nothing! I need to try and cut back on the amount of nothing I do online, which sounds ridiculous but it happens every time I go on the computer. Sometimes I spend… six hours on the computer if I’m not at school and these six hours are about the length of my school day! Plus if it rains, there is nothing else to do so I spend ages online! (Unfortunately when winter comes around we always expect a lot of rain and a lot of cold!) Going on the computer is a daily exercise, even if I do not write a blog post.

So, I have decided to take a day off, one day off this week, then every week! I’ll have my day off and then the next day I’ll write about it. Why not? I’m sure it will create a potential blog post from a different angle.

I challenge you to do the same, spend a day off the computer then write a blog post about it. If you are on the computer daily and for a long time you have even more reason to take the challenge or possibly you have a mild writers block, you’ll get a whole day to think to yourself and a whole day to write about! Leave the URL in the comment section if you have made a post on the subject and I’ll place a link to your post at the bottom of mine after my day off.

I’ve chosen this Sunday as my day off; after all it is the “day of rest” so I am going to take a rest! Have your day off a day or two before or after Sunday and I’ll link back to you.

(In case you’re wondering I was inspired to write about this when I actually had a dream I was checking my e-mails, I mean c’mon, I must be due a break!)

Happy blogging!

(Here is a humorous post which asks “Living online. Is it bad? Is it?” which carries on what i was getting at :)

Monday, August 24, 2009

The problem with siblings: They eat all my food! (Namely the "Sugar puff incident" :O)

Ok, my first problem with siblings: They eat all my food! (Namely the "Sugar puff incident" :O)

When I have no siblings at home we just have enough to feed the three of us. Although when brothers and sisters come home... things start to disappear.

For example, the last biscuit which I hid at the back of the cupboard and the pack of crisps I was going to finish this evening. Eventually it turns nasty... and they eat the last bowl of my favourite cereal! :O

Like me the eat cereal at supper time… anything, anytime, whenever you are hungry!

One incident which happened only a few weeks ago, "The sugar puff incident" is particularly memorable.

It started with my mum checking how much milk we had left in the fridge, and there was enough for us all to have some with our cereal.

So the next morning comes round, I pour the cereal into the bowl. Go into the fridge only to find there is no milk! *Shock, HORROR!*

I find out my brother has drank it all the night before! (Or almost all of it) So here I am me eating my two bowls of sugar puffs without any milk! That was a nuisance but I shouldn't complain because I found out, that sugar puffs actually taste awesome without milk! (Even better with it though!) Plus I shouldn't complain because it's just a worthless nothing nuisance!... Hey, I should coin that!

Friday, August 21, 2009

What is the problem with Siblings?

I have three siblings, two brothers and a sister. I’m the youngest (and tallest!) at fourteen and they are all significantly older and “grown up” (You could say that). They are engaging in further education and travels. Travels to places all over the world, including America, Ireland, Spain, France, Ghana, Italy, Peru, South Korea and China (in a weeks time). I plan to follow in their footsteps, or footprints, carbon footprints unfortunately, by flying all over the world like a crazy fella. (Travel blog in order!)

Anyway, I have been living as an “only child” on and off (If it is possible to be an only child on and off) and I’ve been enjoying it! Having them home is better but after being the only child for a while you notice big differences when they come home, big nuisances!

Here are but a few that I care to mention which I think might make for reasonable posts in a short series of posts titled “What is the problem with siblings?” Check ‘em out then post what you think down below in the comment section (Appreciated all you loyal followers :) and pop over to the poll on the sidebar because I’m interested to know which sound the most interesting! Plus I may not use them all.

(Feel free to *Tut after each one ;)

What is the problem with siblings?

They eat my food! (Namely “The sugar puff incident” :O)

They sprawl themselves over the best seat in the house!

They steal particularly “Cool” items of my clothing. (My brothers)

They do not comment on my blog! (Maybe this will inspire them!)

They walk around the house half naked. (My brothers)

Walk around the house singing out of tune (I’m such a hypocrite ;)



Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Ever only just missed a train? Ever only just caught a train?

Well, yesterday I had to run for my train, like really sprint! The train after the one we were aiming to catch was an hour later, so we really needed to make it, we really ran! We were catching the train to get home and if we missed the train we were trying to catch we would be home much later than I’m comfortable with. Considering today was the first day back at school after the holidays and more importantly, I was hungry!

We had to get there quickly because we didn't have much time to spare and i managed to get there with fifteen minutes to spare. Although one of the four of us decided not to take the overpass over the road (which leads straight to the train station) and crossed the road. He couldn't find the station (Even though he was right next to the rails, *Just follow the rails! You'll get to one eventually!) and had wandered far enough that he couldn't find his way back to the overpass!

Anyway, the other three of us were at the station, logically positioned at the opposite side we arrived at and we were totally confu*ddled because there wasn't a single train stopping at our stop. That was partly my fault because i looked up the train times and didn't realise it involved going in the other direction from the home station (which means from the opposite platform we were standing at) to change and hop on another train and then head back to home.

We worked this out whilst the train we needed to catch was in the station! Despite the fact we were ready to run at this stage we were still one man down. I recommended we leave, because after all I was so worried about being tired for my first day back at school and I wanted to get back early! *Cough* I *Cough* Was *Cough* Hungry *Cough*

Then, the missing friend walks around the corner "Hey Guys"
We point at the train and shout "That's our train!"

We sprint down under the underpass (Is that the word?), past the entrance to the other platform... Run back as fast as we can, up the ramp and onto the platform. The guy is about to close the doors but realises that we are running to get on. So we made it! Only just... It's exhilarating and great fun but it sure wouldn't have been if he hadn't made it in time!

Sunday, August 16, 2009

The book I’m reading – 1984 by George Orwell

The book I’m reading – 1984

I’m not reviewing this book; just making a short post about me reading it.
Well, let us start at the best place to start which will be the start… (This is not the end, read on, this is the start, just so you know!)

It started with a book we have to read for our English class, this book, is 1984 by George Orwell and seems like a great book. A bit dull for some in the class, but not I, I reckon it’s a pretty good book. I reckon it’s a pretty EPIC book.

Anyway, I soared ahead of the majority of the class, reaching approximately page 216 after two weeks. Then it was the holidays and I was away for three weeks in Australia! (EPIC) I have been home from that for about three weeks now and have made it to page 219. I’ve read 3 pages, in 3 weeks. In fact probably closer to two pages and a half I admit. (EPIC FAIL)

As it happens I finished before the holidays at a really particularly dull part of the book. The section goes from about page 192 to page 226. I managed to bore my self whilst trawling through that section a page a week…and still have someway to go. To make things worse, I go back to school on Wednesday, only three nights from now. So, that means I have about… *works it out* …100 pages to go in three nights!

I can’t be bothered reading it tonight, I doubt I’ll come around to reading it tomorrow and so I fear come Tuesday night I will have forgotten about it and will be up all night reading it. Thrilling! Mark my words, I’ll have a day to read a third of the book. (Unless the whole internet crashes tomorrow but I don’t see that happening.) (EPIC CATASTROPHE)


Saturday, August 15, 2009

Pet peeve

A certain pet peeve of mine is people leaving the room to take a call and then talking really loud into the phone. I can just imagine the other person talking loudly on the other end of the phone and so you need to have the phone further away from your face. Thus you aren’t hearing a really loud telephone conversation but everyone else around you is hearing half of one!

Here is the situation,
*Phone rings* “Sorry I’ve got to take this”
*Leaves room*
You hear them from behind the door
We can still bloody hear you!
*Re-enters room* “She hung up on me...”
We know Dammit, we heard the whole thing!

Questions, Questions, Questions...

Happy as Barry - it is more unique than Larry. :)
Current thought feelings
I have a comfortable bed - other than that you know... Echo...Echo...Echo...........Echo.
Last movie
GI:JOE, the lame scenes are so incredibly lame! So bad in fact it's funny.
Last song
The only thing that looks good on me is youBryan Adams (Love it!)
Word of the week
"Have you been practising… GEEEEE-TAR?"... "Gee...eeeetar?
Random question (through blogger)
You have to dig a hole to China. Where do you start?
My garden, equipped with a compass and a map. * “Mom, I’ll be home for dinner!”
Current location(as you type)
Last meal
Macaroni pie x2
New weekly ambition
Live for ever… So far so good!
Holiday you would have loved to do this week
America - That is where my brother is at now.
What are you wearing right now?
Basketball shorts and a orange T-Shirt… stylish ;)
Name of first child (new name weekly)
Closest thing to you that is a radioactive kind of glowing orange(change colour weekly)
"Nothing in my room…My dad keeps some in the study though, I could bring it up and show you... No?... Ok"
Any X-rays you’ve had?
On my teeth and my leg at some stage.
Have you ever bitten your toenails?
Yes… It is extremely akward... but if there is a will there is a way.. eh!?
Ever laid on your back and watched cloud shapes go by?
Yes, only a few days ago…
Laughed till some kind of beverage came out of your nose?
Yes, who hasn’t?
When you looked at yourself in the mirror today, what was the first thing you thought?
Do you judge people solely by their musical preferences?
Sometimes, for example If you like the Jonas brothers and you’re a guy. You’re a homosexual.
Are you Right-handed or Left-handed?
Left. Everything else I do right handed. And I type with both :O
How many pillows do you sleep with?
What kind of car were you driving 10 years ago?
A mini batomobile, for 6-10 year olds. I was a big four year old :)

Friday, August 14, 2009

Quote of the day

Someone I know said,

"I hate being blonde, all the flies think i'm a flower!"

Thursday, August 13, 2009

The extremely inhumane, humane mouse trap!

My brother shares a flat with a few mates and quite recently has had a problem with mice. So, they needed to buy a mouse trap. The decision was to buy a humane mouse trap, which of course means no mice are harmed, killed or starved you know... no terrible things like that! They are caught, cannot escape then set free in someone else’s house… *Er… I mean the street… *cough

Anyway, so they set up this mouse trap and after trying and trying to catch the mice they failed. The humane mouse trap had failed... again and again. The mouse trap was banished to a cupboard where it would remain for months. Upon eventually going into this cupboard they were surprised to see the humane mouse trap, the bigger surprise was that the trap had caught a mouse… albeit it some time ago! A mouse “skeleton” was found in the trap. So the poor mouse had indeed starved to death. I suppose the humane mouse trap worked after all… sort of.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Followers blog roll

Here is an opportunity to get onto a blog roll on my sidebar titled - Followers blogs
An oppurtunity to repay my followers and provide them with a little bitty more exposure and traffic.

Simply post your blogs URL as a comment to this post and I'll put it up (Unless I'm restricted by the number of URLs I'm given.)

It is titled Followers blogs so this blog will be exclusively for my followers and subscribers. Feel free to start following and then post you blogs URL here.

Looking forward to an impressive list :)

The fourteen year old blogger

***Please note, soon i will be starting another blog roll on this page for other blogs, so if you do not wish to subscribe leave your blog none the less and you may get on this one but places will be a lot more limited since i already have blogs in mind.

Dairy of a semi-retired Paperboy

I am a former “full time” paper boy, e.g. I delivered papers to peoples houses before school six days a week. A few months back I quit, since then I have just been covering people when they go on holiday… anything for a quick buck :) Although now I have started again, this time I’m only delivering on Sundays, I’m glad I play sport and have been going to the gym, otherwise this bag full of newspapers would have broken me in two!

Anyway, on to the interesting part of this post, right now I would like to highlight the queerness of the women who owns the newsagents. She has a few strange personality traits (To say the least.) Last night I heard about something she had recently said to a guy I know when he told her he was quitting, she replied “That’s ok, you were rubbish anyway!” now, if that’s not a strange thing to a fourteen year old as he quits his paper round… then I don’t know what is! Talk about being harsh on paper boys!

I reckon paperboys are under-paid, under-respected and under-slept (or simply tired). I’m telling you, it is a form of child labour. I mean, I was working 6 hours a week for 16 pounds a week, do the math!

Anyway, back to under-respected paperboys, it’s funny because she calls this guy rubbish… while she does a poor job herself, at least on the “provide paperboys with correct newspapers” part of the job! She gave me the wrong papers, or missed out papers on a daily basis, Resulting effect -

Customer phones shop – newsagent women moans – I acknowledge my mistake or challenge her and cannot reply to here blunt reply of a “I didn't do it!”.


Customer doesn’t receive newspaper – Customers astounds me with the number of Decibels they achieve shouting at me.

The latter happened just the once but it was upsetting because she disregards the fact that I am waking up at 6:30am to go out into temperatures below freezing (It was Scottish winter at the time) to deliver a paper to here door whilst depriving myself of sleep. *Fun, Fun!

Now, I am more confident and willing to stand up for myself, and If it happens again I will give this woman a piece of my mind… one BIG piece! (I could provide you with her address but that would be to cruel)
I saw her again a while later and gave her my cheeriest “good morning”, her response was more of a primitive grunt from her caveman face.

I have another very memorable rather unpleasant paperboy experience, it start with me getting up and feeling Ill, I had the flu (Before swine flu, it is ok!). I thought I could manage the paper round but upon arriving at the newsagents, only then I realized I wasn’t fit to deliver them. I told the newsagents owner that I was going to give the papers a miss. She replied
“Well, the papers aren’t going to deliver themselves”
I was like
“You what!?”

Damn it! I wish the papers could deliver themselves, with every car that passed I belched… a bus passed, and that did it, sickness spewed over the pavement. Surprisingly after going home and cleaned myself up I felt better and went out and delivered the rest of the papers. This was the “lull before the storm” so to say, after delivering the papers the storm came… a big storm! I didn’t tell the woman at the newsagents I had been sick after she sent me out to deliver papers… if I had she may have replied “As long as you got the job done” or maybe the guilt trip would do her good, if there was going to be one.

Anyway, here is me hoping she doesn’t find this, otherwise I’d be “out of work” like so many other people right now, but at least I’d be able to slap her with the stamp on my hand that reads, “You’ve been slapped!” (See my last Questions, Questions, Questions post in case you have no idea what I’m talking about.)

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Questions Questions, Questions

Current thoughts or feelings
N/A, there isn’t any.
Last movie
Land of the lost, which just so you know, sucks.
Last song
Superman- Lazlo Bane, the scrubs theme song.
Word of the weekBold
Hello- Interesting, huh?
(Random question through blogger) Your hand has been replaced by a rubber stamp. What does it say?
You’ve been slapped *Dips hand in ink and slaps people.
Current location (as you type)
Last meal
Cheese and bread (A gourmet in some countries named- The Sandwich)
Weekly ambition
Become a secret agent. *Do not share this information because one day… it may become top secret!
Holiday destination you would have loved to visit this week
Germany (I speak some German:).
What are you wearing right now?
Voi jeans and a topman polo shirt.
Name of first child (new name weekly)
Colin Junior (The one week old blogger)
Closest thing to you that is Red (Change colour weekly)
Duplo pieces…
Last time you had a Krispy Kreme doughnut?
Sydney international airport, it was also my first Krispy kreme doughnut.
Do you play air guitar?
Only on lonely Friday nights :P
What's the most you have spent for a haircut?
Toughie this one… usually spend about £8, once every six months :P
The most was probably when my mum took me to her mens/ladies hairdressers… it was 20 pounds or something!
What did you dream about last night?
If your friends and acquaintances were willing to bluntly tell you what they really think of you, would you want them to? Why or why not.
Goodness no! It would make everyone else look like they have rubbish friends!

Friday, August 7, 2009

My Midnight wander, Stars and Constellations (or lack there of)

Whilst wandering I would have liked to enjoy the night sky but didn't. I did enjoy the wander overall, and it was quiet enough for me to walk down the middle of the road (which made me feel like a total badass ;) but it was missing something, something which stretches solar systems and whole galaxies beyond our furthest imagination (and telescopes) Yes, the mysterious constellations which are miles away, nay hundreds of miles… In fact… millions of miles away, most of which aren’t visible by eye or by telescope! Only a tiny amount of them we can see.

Sometimes I can see stars and constellations of stars from my garden on a clear night but that night, not even a star, not even a peanut! The thing is there is too many lights (Too much light pollution), mainly street lights in Scotland cast a very depressing glow over the occupants, which I’m convinced is the key to our high suicide rates I heard about on the news last night, otherwise it’s the slow internet connections we put up with.

Anyway, for one slim moment I thought I saw a star, which was a “wow” moment but it moved and flashed and was only a plane. (Oh well.)

Coincidentally the song I was listening to at the time, Yellow by Coldplay has fitting lyrics-

"Look at the stars,
Look at how they shine for you"

Which prompted me to think- “Oh, look, the stars aren’t shining for you… I’m sorry but you are not a very special person…Goodbye” which I find funny because the song is of course portraying the opposite thing…

Also, another coincidence, which I just noticed then, is that one of Coldplay’s members comes from near where I live, so maybe the lack of stars here prompted them to write this song?


The fourteen year old blogger

(For a link to a blog talking about Light pollution more seriously check this out-

Thursday, August 6, 2009

What should Harry Potter have done?

What should Harry Potter of done?

I remember a scene from the very first Harry Potter ( Harry Potter and the Philosophers stone), where Hagrid comes to find him near the beginning and Harry just goes along with him. Almost no questions asked. (The scene where Harrys uncle has a shotgun. I’ve thought of a couple of different scenarios that could have happened, should of happened and would have made for a much more realistic film. ;)

As Hagrid walk in here is what Harry does or says-

Angry Harry- “Where the f*** have you been? I have been waiting almost ten years for this!”

Smoker Harry - *Cough*Cough

Confused Harry- “…Where am I?...”

Confused Harry- “…Who am I?...”

Armed Harry- Pulls out gun “Back the f*** up before I kick you in your bitch-ass chin!”

Gay Harry- “Yay, magic… I’m a magician…*Poof”

Pessimistic Harry- “Voldemort will only rise again and kill us all anyway, what is the point?”

Neutral Harry – “Don’t mind”

Weed grower Harry – “What are the Herbology departments facilities like?

Gaylord Harry – “There is only room for one Gay in this wizarding community, we cannot be gay whilst the other is gay, Gaylord Voldemort must die!”

Mute Harry-

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Coming up

Tonight for a laugh, What should Harry Potter of done?
(Tonight is British time, it is morning here right now)

This Saturday, another quiz I'll post here (See past post). Choosing some different questions this time and of course different answers. Otherwise it would be pointless, you knew that.

If you have any questions you think i should answer, e-mail me at or post here. (but that ruins other readers suprise) It doesn't matter if the questions are ridiculous, silly, funny or serious. (Serious only if you really must :)

See you then :)

Monday, August 3, 2009

Long way or not even long enough to warrant a search for your iPod?

Ever been on a long trip or maybe a journey you just think is a long way!

Well how long was this journey actually, forty five minutes, one hour, five hours or twenty hours?

I was going on a 45 minutes car drive with a friend today and yesterday he said, “You should take an iPod or something because it could get pretty boring.”

This made me think, because 45 minutes away isn’t a long way. I remember taking the car on hour and a half drives to Glasgow and that used to seem like a long way or even a three hour trip to places in England which used to be unbearable, although in reality, it isn’t a long way unless you do it daily. My Aunt commutes daily into Sydney; this takes two hours to get there and two hours to get back. Now that sounds like long way, but only since she does it every single day! Surely forty five minutes isn’t to be considered a long way, in my opinion it's not long enough to warrant searching for my iPod for entertainment!? 45 minutes isn’t long!

After being on holiday for three weeks in Australia and having to cover great distances I don’t know what a long way is anymore, a few hours in a car, thirty minutes in a boat or maybe eight hours in a slow moving train? Although one thing is for sure, twenty three hours in a plane (Britain to Australia) is a long, long way! Imagine that for a second or for 82,800 seconds if you wish to experience the entire journey. Trust me, 82,800 seconds in a plane is boring and no fun, especially if you are 6”2 and have long legs.

Anyway, this country is small, so most long journeys (Actual long ones) tend to leave the country. If I wanted I could be out the country by midnight tonight. I could say tomorrow, “Well, I feel like leaving the country this morning and coming back tonight for dinner.” And I could do it and all by car too! With enough time remaining between for a few cups of English breakfast tea and some Lancashire Hot Pot, plus a few hours twiddling my thumbs.

Anyway, what do you guys consider a long journey?


What's been said today?

"We were arguing about whether to get cheese for our crackers or

Yep, this deserves a good chuckle to oneself.

Chinese friend and his mom are speaking in Cantonese, he asks

"Did that sounds like an argument?"

I reply "Yes"

He replies "We were arguing about whether to get cheese for our crackers or not"

I then cannot reply. *Laughs to much

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Internet tools and their non internet equivalents.

Internet toolNon internet equivalent - A journal

BBC news - BBC 1

YouTube - The good old VCR

Email - The Royal mail or Fed Ex
Bebo, Facebook, MySpace – Meeting friends with photos, your VCR and something to talk about.

MSN - Tin cups and string

Chat rooms - Congregating with random people to chat.

Yahoo answers – My parents

Google reader - The library

Google maps – OS map - A dictionary

Google translator – German to English phrase book

Ragdoll avalancheFind our own avalanches in order to lose limbs until death.

Wow, life would sure suck without the internet!

I'm sitting on my sofa, my laptop on my lap, a box of cheese twists and an empty yogurt pot occupy the table next to me.

Trying to think of something to post about....


Any creative ideas from you guys?

No worries, I'll get something up tonight.