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» Guilty Pleasures

After an ace night
with lady friend, when things have run smoothly and I've 'got some' so to speak, I've had the sudden impulse to do the "happy happy joy joy" dance when I get out of her front door on a number of occassions.
Little did I know she has one of those bloody spyhole things...

Anyways it's still goin good and she hasnt had me sectioned, I think this one's a keeper...


I also have this weird thing about gals' hair being out of place, and occassionally, when I've thunk I could get away with it, I've corrected sticky-uppy/out of place bits of hair belonging complete random strangers on the bus

Yes that's right, I LIKE TO LIVE "ON THE EDGE"!!!!

*ahem*
(Tue 12th Apr 2005, 12:27, More)

» Beautiful Moments

Last summer
At a mates house, for drunken shindigs and such like. Usual goin on, only this was a really close group of mates, and we were all goin off to uni after the hols so were making the most of being within piss-up distance.

Anyways, Coysh the dude who's house it was got his guitar out and stated playing some "Perfect Circle" stuff. Now this guy can seriously play. gradually moves to his other fav group, the gods that are Radiohead.
I hears the opening chords of "Creep", and bein a bit of a singerer myself started singin along.

Hectic drunken party suddenly becomes sober and everyone stopped talkin and just listened, no-one asked them to, they just did.
Song was flawless and it was about 7pm so the dusk light was coming in the window. F'ing beautiful

He committed suicide less than a month later. So that is my lasting memory of him- couldnt ask for a better one.
I neglected to mention that the muppet was wearing his PVC nurses outfit as he played

Coysh, you were, are, and will remain a complete d00d

That song is awesome
(Wed 16th Mar 2005, 20:42, More)

» I was drunk when I bought this

I quite often buy
eternal embarrassment and awkwardness, and all for the price of a mere textual message.
Those barsteward phones should have breathalisers...
(Thu 9th Jun 2005, 12:12, More)

» Beautiful Moments

Cities are hectic places
as I'm sure most of you know. But when walking/bussing it to or from uni and just that "right song" comes on the mp3 player.

Volume right up

Completely engulfed in music

Obligatory sunrise/sunset

At times like that even the [nobhead oxford road busdrivers/scallies mugging old ladies/asian food-place owners trying to get you to go for curry breakfast/crackheads in sleeping bags at bus stops/general city-like unpleasantries] seem to fit into the big scheme of things in a yummy orderly peaceful fashion.

Music makes the world purrdy
(Wed 16th Mar 2005, 20:03, More)

» Little things that turn you on

Either
a)I had a sudden and dramatic lapse in standards when I went to uni
b)I quickly acquired the ability to see the beauty within
c)There is correlation between (modest) good looks and intelligence

Because everyone at uni is SO DAMN BEAUTIFUL
I think I prefer "b)" 'coz it makes me sound lovely and sweet 'n' stuff
"c)" seems improbable (essex girls etc.)

Turn-on #1: Purdy girls who don't know they are
#2: The "natural look" i.e. no caked on make-up (mascara is however good- see #3)
#3: Big expressive eyes, dunno why, I just love em (not quite manga cartoon proportions mind...)

I also have this tiny spot on my side which acts as an ON-SWITCH (so to speak) but only if it's touched accidentally/almost-touched-but-not-quite. This often leads to problems in public as one may imagine
(Sun 20th Feb 2005, 19:02, More)
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