Is it merely a coincedence that both 'Britney Spears' and 'tell her to stop effing singing' were searched for on my site? Hmm....
The strangest and most unique tattoos I've seen. I've always wanted a tattoo but I'm scared of the pain and the permanent nature of them.
I see sites like this and then cower in shame at my own feeble attempts at poetry. Doesn't mean I'll stop though so don't get too excited.
"....although not a celebrity in the traditional sense, jakob nielsen is generally recognized as a "usability guru." looking at useit.com proves he knows nothing about design and little about accessibility/usability."
People discuss whose celebrity they find baffling at textism.
Today's must-see site: http://blixt.uninhibited.net
We all have regrets, mine being buying that pink balaclava at aged 8. Friends are hard to come by when you wear a pink balaclava to school, come rain or shine. But I'm glad I'm not the only one with regrets, there's in fact a whole site full of them. Maybe not as harrowing as my wardrobe faux pas but not much is.
OK Greymatter, you win, I lose. You have beaten me with your 500 Internal Server Errors. I bow down in defeat.
I have a new section up: the YS Chronicles. You should read it. You'll laugh! You'll cry! But it won't be due to the new section. It just means you have issues, let's talk about them. So you say it all began when they started calling you 'that psycho with the moodswings' at school.....
I am slowly being roasted in the oven that is my room.
Reminding me yet again of why I love him, Josh has redesigned. Can I get an Aaaaaamen?
i heart you, oh yes i do, who are you? nobody knows but me, he he he he he
I had a weird dream last night. From what I remember of it I was watching TV in my house which happened to be Buckingham Palace (hey, I like this dream) when all these little animals scared me away into a forest. Of course, Mulder and Scully were straight on the case and gave me directions on where to go to avoid the velociraptors that were now running after me. I was ok up unti the T-Rex showed up and starting crushing family members, that wasn't too pleasing. The dream ended with Anil inviting me to hide with him in a hollowed out log. What does all this interpret to? I need to stop watching X-Files, reading about dinosaurs and wanting to live in the palace. Oh and of course stop hiding in logs with Anil.
Brian in look-a-like shocker! Err, the only shocking thing is that someone thinks they look alike! As for Amma's look-a-like, I'm lost for words.
< Two Peas in a Pod >
You just know it's going to be one of those days when your mum keeps forgetting your name, you peel your finger instead of the potato and it's Steps' day on your local radio station.
How pleased am I to have found this person's site again after so long. I remember their site being at some freeserver (maybe port5 or something) back then but hurrah for the internet and finding long lost talent.
Well hello, this is an interesting site. Whether it is ethical or not is another story. And scary to think someone may be listening to my mobile phone conversations too. Big Brother is out there, and he's listening as well as watching.
What's another name for the Indian sub-continent?
Loss stress is the worst. You desperately try to find something, ready to punch a wall and people ask you the most insane questions in order to "help".
"Where did you see it last?"
"Have you checked here?"
"Have you checked there?"
"Where did you lose it?"
IF I KNEW THAT IT WOULDN'T BE A PROBLEM, WOULD IT?!?!
Mmmm, Bueno. The woman in the ad says if you haven't tried it you haven't lived. I wouldn't go that far but mmmm. In fact the company who make Bueno also make Ferrero Rocher and Kinder Surprise, equally good chocolates. Been deprived of Bueno? The first five people to write a comment to this post will have Bueno sent to them by me. I'm serious.
When I'm extremely bored and all other avenues of boredom relief are closed I sift through member profiles on AIM and have a jolly good giggle. Sometimes they're not funny and I laugh anyway but enough about my problems. (Screennames have been changed to protect the identity of the stupid.)
CrypticGuy99: Male, ask for age when you talk. VERY good at what I do. I love to do it to anyone who wants it. (I'm totally thrown off by 'it'. What's 'it'?)
GhettoBooty: what u waitn fo!!!hit me up wit a im if u wanna knoe meeh info!!!..ight..peace
ScaryPersonat12oclock: I am the ice maiden come from my little hole. I have known more then my age will show. Come into my world and see what no one else does. Come into my hell. (Nah, but cheers for the offer.)
Insecure4U: I am a young good looking guy. i am 5,7 140 brown hair, brown eyes. i am funny and my body is ok too (You need to sell yourself more than that. Put some effort into it!)
OneTrackMind007: PORNOGRAPHY ('nuff said.)
What does your AIM profile say?
I simply love icons, they're unbelievably cute. So imagine my happiness when I visited a whole town full of them! Mimicking a friend, they're unfairly cute.
Icon Town led me to the home of Brian who is unfairly talented. Isn't it wonderful when a site holds your attention for so long? I'm staying till I've seen every single pixel.
Apparently I'm not the jealous type. I guess screaming "Get away from my man bitch!" doesn't count.
I know I've written about this before but new baby photos have been added at the web babies' site. I await the collective "Aaaaw!"
I found this rather interesting site today after following a link saying "Q & As" but there are no answers only tonnes and tonnes of rather interesting (sometimes downright stupid) questions.
1)If 'GH' stands for 'P' as in 'Hiccough' and if 'OUGH' stands for 'O' as in 'Dough' and if 'PHTH' stands for 'T' as in 'Phthisis' and if 'EIGH' stands for 'A' as in 'Neighbour' and if 'TTE' stands for 'T' as in 'Gazette' and if 'EAU' stands for 'O' as in 'Plateau' then wouldn't the right way to spell 'POTATO' be 'GHOUGHPHTHEIGHTTEEAU'?
2)Isn't airplane travel just nature's way of making you look like your passport photo?
3)People say they need to have clean underwear in case they're in an accident. If you're in an accident how long do you think your underwear is going to stay clean?
4)Isn't it true that the man who says his wife can't take a joke forgets that she took him?
Some people have way too much time on their hands, don't you think?
At first it was hard to comprehend but when it finally dawned on me "Ew!" sprang to mind.
Such a strange feeling today as I drove to pick up my dad....
....So who'll join me?
[via the eternally wisdom filled GoateeStyle]
Aaaaw, thats bootiful.
Here's an illustrator whose work I've found interesting recently.
Until today I still thought those crop circles were the result of some paranormal activity. This was hard for me to accept because I'm the sort of person that needs concrete evidence to believe something. Ghost, ghouls and aliens just aren't my thang. So thank goodness I came across the circlemakers' site. Now my years of not knowing what on earth they were about can come to an end. To top it all off, I can even go and make my own!
Being the horrible chemistry geek that I am, I must have this t-shirt. I also must have a job so I can pay for all this sort of stuff but writing a CV is such a pain. Anyone want to write one for me?
Parking tickets are evil. Parking tickets received while it's pouring down with rain are evil. Parking tickets received while it's pouring down with rain and you have to go park someplace else are evil. Parking tickets received while it's pouring down with rain, you have to go park someplace else and there are no more spaces left are evil. EVIL.
I think I'm dying of Strawberry Cheesecake overload. Great, I can't think of a better way to go.
"....about all deyz hoez. got me a bentley. gotz me gold teefez. gotz muh plantinum sellin rip off of several late 70s real musicians. gotz muh complete lack of talent, and gotz plenty of it." Josh is hilarious. It's official.
I want to take this opportunity to thank the following people (because I'm so nice) for linking to this site recently. Melissa, Andrew and Monique, merci beaucoup. Merci pour rien to those of you who didn't. But don't worry, I still love you.
So why didn't one of you tell me about Dakota Smith? To think I've been unaware of that site till now. Tssk, really.
I think a pinch of salt is needed when viewing this site. Or at least I hope their tongue is firmly wedged in their cheek.
Why do so many people get their dads socks for Father's Day? Because if the present is too good they may be overjoyed and therefore inclined to dance a merry jig. God forbid. For we all know, dads can't dance.
Headlines today: Daylight robbery in London, 69p for a packets of crisps. Tut.
MOUTHS WITH LIVES OF THEIR OWN
Jim Carrey: His mouth contorts into all these hilarious shapes! OK, so it wasn't funny after the first oh, one and a half films but nonetheless it has earned him fame and fortune and Ace Ventura is still amusing.
Mick Jagger: Oooh those lips, swoon. Well that's not mine (I have taste) but the opinion of hundreds of women of the world. Plus I hear he was in this small band, the Rolling Stones or something....
Ryan Phillipe: Mmmmm. End of comment.
Sylvester Stallone: Not so much a mouth than a visual punishment. Is he talking or having a convulsion, we may never know. Someone tell him he looks a prat.
"I AM THE LAW!" No, you're an arse.
"If someone calls my house asking for a person who does not live at my abode, I take a message anyway, just in case I might run into the person sometime in the future."
I hate nothing more than badly punctuated subtitles. No I actually I hate Drew Carrey more.
As part of the programme the Joy of Text, the BBC will be inviting text messagers to take part in writing the fastest book ever created. The programme (8.55pm, BBC1) will also include a text competition and a live text marriage proposal. [more]
(via Simon. Talking of Simon, my laziness really knows no bounds. I regularly read plasticbag.org but instead of adding it to favourites I go to my site, then Simon's and then Tom's. Just so I don't have to type.)
I think Fiat's philosophy is "We can't make the best cars in the world so how about the ugliest?"
Driving past the Fiat showroom today I noticed that every single model was as ugly as sin. Their newest models being the worst. Definitely not one of Italy's best exports.
Talking of Italy and I know I've mentioned this before (a pachillion times) but what does my name mean over there? There's the Saima Pasta Machine, the Saima Ferrari Series and saima.com is taken by an Italian company. I'll find out soon but in the meantime I'm working out if I have any grounds to claim one of those Ferraris. Perhaps they'll throw in a personalised license plate too. Perhaps I'll wake up.
I'm totally digging the art on this phat site. Why am I talking like this? Dunno but word to your brother.
I'm coming to and I'm gonna getcha! Muhahahaha
[nicked from Clearsphere]
Apparently this is the woman the Crown Prince of Nepal gunned down his family for. I'm a little sceptical about all the different versions of the story flying around. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
I remember picking up this postcard for that Impulse advertisement for two reasons. 1) I fancied the men in it 2) I don't remember number two. It could be that I liked the ad but that's just the problem. I DON'T REMEMBER IT! And it's driving me nuts trying to recall what happened. Help me out someone so that I may sleep at night. Yes, I'm sad.
I've been waiting for a certain webpage to open for what seems an eternity now. I didn't even want to see it that much but now I'm going to wait till its loaded for the mere principle of it. What that principle is I do not know.
Since I'm in the poetry writing mood (if you can call it poetry) here's one about one of my favourite online people.
There was a guy called Anil Dash,
Who gave me a pile of cash,
No that was a dream,
And now I want to scream,
'Cos I could've spent it on.....mash.
My vocabulary knows no bounds. It goes from good too....more good.
I aim to write a poem about all my favourite sites/people. Watch out.
What a lovely looking site. What a shame I can't understand it.
And I thought I was being original.
I love semolina. Mmm mmm. But I do remember a time in junior school when my feelings about that great pudding were quite the opposite. At that time the whole Edwina Currie and salmonella thing was rife in the news. Being a kid I was greatly confused between semolina and that horrible disease. Imagine my horror when they had it on the school dinner's menu. I was convinced the dinner ladies were up to something but then again who could blame me? Those white coats, the nets in their hair and that horrid cabbagey smell. And anyone who forces you to eat cheese flan is evil in my book. Thankfully the confusion was cleared up and I can enjoy semolina once again. Mmm mmm.
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Every single inch of me hurts. It hurts to laugh, it hurts to yawn and it kills to stretch. I hate you Billy Blanks.
In an attempt to get more people to visit Josh and discover his immense talent I have written a poem.
There was a guy called Josh,
Who needed no excuse to mosh,
His designs were so cool,
They could make you drool,
He really should me making lots of dosh.
Watch out Shakespeare, there's a new poet in town. Pity it's not me.
Happy Birthday Dad! 49 today, you don't look a day over...48
Getting the proverbial ball rolling after my hiatus, I saw a billboard for this site in London today. From just two of your photographs they will reconstruct a 3D you! It's fully animatable and "you can fully see and interact with yourself in a Digimask compatible application, such as favourite websites, email, PC games and next generation video games consoles like Playstation2, Microsoft X-Box and Nintendo Game Cube."
The way of the future? Definitely. Beats the pants off MyVirtualModel? Hell yeah.
Since I've been gone:
My dear friend Ron passed away. God rest his soul.
I most probably failed Quantum Mechanics.
Kaycee turned out to be a hoax.
Lots of cool stuff started happening at Adnan.org.
Anil sent many many hits my way. Thanking you
I started reading this site religiously.
Now I'm back and free as a bird. Yay.
Radio Silence (2)
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Saima: Mighty Boosh rocks! The...
Published Photographer - No doubt! (4)
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London to New York (4)
Sif: Yeah, it's for real, yo...
Anisa: It was me that showed M...
Fifth Element love (0)
The Four Ws (0)
Live Manta Birth (0)
Hogwarth's school opening (0)
Rihanna sells out... (0)
Blair's big adventure (0)
The Tate Moodern (0)
Tall folk wanted (0)
Islamic women priests (0)
Rise of London (0)
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Taking this site or me seriously will ultimately lead to social disorder and the disintergration of reality as we know it. Also, llamas may begin to rule the world. I like llamas. (Though I suggest you take the copyright notice seriously.)
I cannot be held responsible for the pure drivel on this site. It is usually written under the influence of chocolate and my love for llamas.