Balls.

Sunday, 27 February 2011 09:57 pm
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Bob's processor has more or less died. I'm going to have to send him to the TechGuys again, but when they had Julie's laptop recently they failed to fix it twice and kept it for over a month in total.

I'd been planning to buy my friend's netbook to cover the absence, but then I had to spend a lot of money on flights to Sicily unexpectedly, so now things will be a bit tight.

Luckily, I still have Reg and access from work, otherwise, this would be even more of a pain in the arse.

In other news, went to see Paul again last night. The first time, my belt undid itself. This time the metal button on my jeans actually broke off. I guess nerds just have that effect on me...

The film is still awesome. We enjoyed noticing the stuff we didn't have time to catch the first time around. I already have a bit of a premise for a fic, but I'm not sure I'll bother.... Might keep it in my head. XD
rosiedoes: (Sherlock: Baker Street)
So, today, I left work at lunchtime to go and see Iko open at the Garage in Highbury.

Julie and I had planned to head into Camden to pick up some bits and pieces for Pride, tomorrow, and then found we had some time to kill, so we hopped on a bus to Baker Street in order to geek out. We didn't stay long; took a couple of pictures and filed it away for the fangirl meet up, which was at that time scheduled for January, rather than November. I'll bitch about this separately.

Anyway, we stopped by Baker Street, went to Covent Garden for very poor noms in Wagamama's and then went to Highbury on the Tube.

While standing outside the venue, I got a text from Kieran (my friend, and singer of the band we were going to see) telling me they had been stuck in traffic for two hours travelling up from Devon and were only on the edge of London. As the first band on, they were needed on stage in under forty-five minutes. We paid and went in anyway, thinking they'd scrape in under the wire, and were joined after a few minutes by Kieran's school friend, Chris. We sat and chatted for a while, occasionally receiving texts on their progress until the dreadful statement arrived telling us that the the poor, overworked vehicle they'd driven up in had killed its clutch and died. They were now stranded in Euston, waiting for the recovery vehicle.

The three of us pondered this for a while, before deciding, "Fuck it - we should at least go and find them, it's only two stops away," so we got our money back (no, we couldn't believe it, either) and headed down to Euston. Once out of the station, we used our cunning powers of deduction to decide that if the car was broken down, they'd want to be on one of the residential side streets, not the middle of the Euston Road, so we headed that way.

A couple of turns later Julie let out a sudden, "ROSIE!" and I assumed she was pointing out the white transit van down the street, and then I saw what it was parked in front of.

What you are about to see is dead serious. We did not know this was here, and in fact didn't even believe the frontage was real; just a set. However, ladies and gentlemen, of all the side streets in London we could have stumbled into, we stumbled here:



YES. That is what you think it is. That is the door they use for 221b Baker Street in the new Sherlock series.




Chris kindly took a picture of us both outside it, but I won't post that because we look about double our normal weights in it. We then flagged down a taxi and travelled the mile or so down the Euston Road to what was definitely not Euston, and found Kieran, Neil and Ben glumly waiting to be collected.

For those who disbelieve this series of events, here is a photo of the car being picked up:



This was truly the biggest and most hilarious fluke imaginable. I truly thought this part of the set was in Wales. When we do our January Sherlock moot everyone else can have a pic, too.


ETA: I almost forgot this sign, at the real Baker Street:



MOFFATT ASSOCIATES
Catalysts for Change


Well, quite.
rosiedoes: (Season: Winter)
Nerdy Christmas tree is go!



Yes, I do believe that is a character from Dragonball Z. Or something. I'm not a fan, I wouldn't know.

My ship are win.

Tuesday, 30 June 2009 07:17 pm
rosiedoes: (FOB: Patroh)
Check out this dude's name! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

Hahahahaha.

Friday, 20 March 2009 04:51 pm
rosiedoes: (FOB: Pwnd)
FML post to LJ function fail.

Today, driving some friends back from a party I said, "Did everyone see Lisa totally hanging off of Pat tonight?! It was hilarious!!". There was a long silence, then one of my friends said "...you know Lisa is in the car, right?" FML


HAH.

FAIL.

Sunday, 15 March 2009 10:59 pm
rosiedoes: (FOB: Pwnd)
True story: Charlie Sheen's wife just had twin boys, and they've given them nice, non-Hollywood names, Bob and Max.

Which sounds great until you attach 'Max' to the surname...and it becomes a furniture polish.

GIANT BABY!

Wednesday, 4 March 2009 07:13 pm
rosiedoes: (FOB: OMGRLY)


HAHAHJAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

THAT KID IS HALF AS TALL AS PETE ALREADY AND HE'S ONLY THREE AND A HALF MONTHS OLD!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!


Oh, tiny, tiny Peter. Are you sure they didn't switch the baby in the hospital?

LOL

Saturday, 28 February 2009 10:52 pm
rosiedoes: (FOB: Ew)
[livejournal.com profile] lordgroovius, on Twitter: I let a member drive me home.
Me: I just had a really hilarious mental image of a huge penis at the wheel of a car. [explains to Julie]
Julie: [mimicking the giant, driving penis] So, come here often?
Me: [dies]
Julie: [mortified] OH! No pun in... d'awwww... [facepalms]

You are all homos.

Wednesday, 18 February 2009 06:27 pm
rosiedoes: (Mood: Gay!)
[livejournal.com profile] icedmaple (18:22:11): I'm 99% sure Elisa's sister is in the Far East with them
[livejournal.com profile] likethepaint (18:22:20): Oh right
[livejournal.com profile] icedmaple (18:22:27): She's with Kadaver in the video
[livejournal.com profile] likethepaint (18:25:20): Ah
[livejournal.com profile] likethepaint (18:25:35): That'd explain why she looked so damn familiar but I couldn't place her
[livejournal.com profile] icedmaple (18:25:46): That video is so gay
[livejournal.com profile] icedmaple (18:25:52): JOE STOP HUMPING ANDY
[livejournal.com profile] likethepaint (18:25:55): haha
[livejournal.com profile] icedmaple (18:26:03): I love how he's doing that and Patrick comes in and breaks it up
[livejournal.com profile] likethepaint (18:26:14): I was like "wait, really, really. Okay you are totally going for it, aren't you
[livejournal.com profile] likethepaint (18:26:27): Forget gay of the week, it's turned into gay of the hour or somethig
[livejournal.com profile] icedmaple (18:26:38): I think it's just turned into Gay



Fall Out Boy - Japan Update 2 - Believers Never Die Part Deux from clandestine on Vimeo.

ABOUT TO FAIL.

Sunday, 15 February 2009 09:18 pm
rosiedoes: (FOB: Pwnd)
The Cab plan to cover Queen at the Hoodwink Festival.

Brb need to go laugh until I puke.

STOOPID.

Sunday, 15 February 2009 07:29 pm
rosiedoes: (Mood: Stupid)
Stupid moment on TV:

Zookeeper 1: Otters eat a quarter of their body weight a day.
Zookeeper 2: That's your whole body weight in quarter pounders.

LOLFAIL

Friday, 6 February 2009 01:02 am
rosiedoes: (Mood: Heritage)
Me, scrolling through Sky TV Guide. The following conversation occured:

Me: 'British Sex'? BRITISH SEX? WTF, how are we different to anyone else?
Irish BFF: You're more polite about it? You queue? There's more tea involved?

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