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Wednesday, 16 April 2008


...I feel a bit of me is missing.
a hollow in my chest where a chunk should be.

maybe the caffeine is taking its toll.
maybe not.

there is the essay whose word count creeps up only ever so slowly.
there is the paper that remains void of all but titles.

there is the employee whose job it is to pretend, but who is not a good pretender.
there is the question mark and the disappointment it can bring only via technology.

maybe the caffeine is taking its toll.

Monday, 14 April 2008

oh. emm. gee. doubleyou. tee. eff?


I have nothing whatsoever to do with the following drawing. It was sent to me by a friend, who found it on some bizarre message board.

What does it mean? Who took the time to draw this? Why?

Just why?

...Spongebob no-pants.


Wednesday, 9 April 2008

New-Old Toy

Considering it has been so long since I last skated, I decided to return to my old hobby.

Ordering custom parts allowed me to advertise my other outdoor hobby.


The first thing I saw in Prague was a big clock.

Tourists love the clock. It is shiny.

Walking down the alley next to this church, I was offered drugs, which I politely declined.

I found lots of water in Prague, ...

...a huge chair...

and Charles Bridge.

Cobblestones are in abundance.

Sprites, elves, nymphs and pixies may also be found in Prague.

One in particular remains fresh in the mind, ...

...but we did not get the chance to discuss the ether, ... she remained preoccupied with a big, awkward-looking fairy.

I did not eat at this establishment, ...

...nor this one.

However, I did visit the ghetto, ... well as the nice bits...

...and the narrow bits.

Spot the baby!

Up on the hill.

Caffeine brings people together.

Sunday, 6 April 2008

The Sex

An entire post devoted to creaming!


Currently, these two ladies give me a special feeling inside, each in their own way. Given the chance, I would go for a coffee with either of them... but not at the same time... and not at Starbucks.

Kate Jackson

Kristin Hersh

Wednesday, 2 April 2008