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Sunday, 11 March 2007 08:10 pm
rosiedoes: (FOB: AnJoe)
*does a tiny giddy dance and won't tell you why*


Sunday, 31 December 2006 02:22 am
rosiedoes: (Mood: Happy)

created by [livejournal.com profile] batty_. Who is now God.

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Monday, 18 December 2006 10:49 am
rosiedoes: (Mood: WTFSRSLY.)
So, in keeping with the season, all my customers have been sending in Christmas cards.

In keeping with my beliefs, I was mocking them as I came in.

Now, one of my organisations is a waste recycling organisation - and naturally, we joked about their corporate Crimbo Card. Mere moments later, said Crimbo Card appeared from the depths of the post pile.

The picture upon the card was an expanse of twig-like grass, poking through a feeble scattering or rather grubby snow, under a grey sky with the helpfully seasonal note (in bright green, 18pt italic arial) "Greengairs in the Snow". Charming. It was passed around the department, as we laughed at the boring photo.

And then, piping up from behind the desk divide, David joked, "It's probably a landfill or something!"

"I don't know," I laughed, "I'll Google it later…"

But before I could, I opened the card to see the following note on the inner edge:

Picture by Abi Johnson, environment officer for Greengairs Landfill


Petition Site

Sunday, 3 December 2006 01:30 pm
rosiedoes: (Default)
The Government has set up a website so people can petition the Prime Minister directly.

Go now and vote for the REALLY IMPORTANT THINGS - like changing the National Anthem to Gold, by Spandau Ballet!

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Monday, 20 November 2006 02:21 pm
rosiedoes: (Heroes: Ray Love)
Because I'm ill and it never stops being funny:

Return of the Slogan Generator

A Different Kind Of Company. A Different Kind Of Easy. - couldn't have been more hilarious for a first shot IF IT TRIED

I'd Like to Buy the World a Easy Company. - and then keep it all to myself.

The Easy Company is Mightier than the Sword. - them kids got MORTARS AND SHIT. (Or they did have, and then Penk and Skip got on the wrong end of a German one, and then they just had Malarkey...)

The Easy Company Goes Straight to your Head. - with Joe Toye's brass knuckles...

Feel the Easy Company. - all of them?! Can't I just do Penk?

We Bring Stackham to Life. - for socio-political reasons, Julie and I are just going sit around laughing at this one.

Stargate: Atlantis Is Good For You. - except season two

Can't Do It In Real Life? Do It On Stargate: Atlantis. - the life motto for the entire central cast

I Can't Believe I Ate The Whole Stargate: Atlantis. - Rodneeeeeey!!

You're Never Alone with a Loki. - Aww... gayngel ♥

Welcome To Bartleby Country. - it's the new name for Wisconsin.

The Voice of God... Kills All Known Bartleby - Dead.

Wouldn't You Rather Be Ray Mears? - that's it: rub it in!

A Finger of Ray Mears is Just Enough to Give Your Kids a Treat. um...

I think I'll stop now.


Sunday, 12 November 2006 02:50 am
rosiedoes: (Mood: Heritage)
I was accused of being racist, tonight.

(Yeah, I know.)

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Sunday, 5 November 2006 09:32 pm
rosiedoes: (Mood: Sweet)
I've got a new fandom. It is Top Gear.

Yes, Top Gear.

I don't have a particular interest in cars. I can't even drive. And no, I don't fancy Richard Hammond.

I do, however, like to see three full-grown men bickering like children and trying to go caravaning with all the success of a snowflake trying to make it in Hell. And you should take that... well, literally.

But this show is the best, most hilarious thing I have seen in a long time. I used to watch it with my mother in the 90s, before Hamster and James joined. But it has never been as brilliant as this.

You must watch that half-hour segment. You will cry laughing until IT ACTUALLY HURTS.

You should also watch Hammond squeezing himself in between Clarkson's thighs and Hammond getting struck by lightning with a the echoing sound of a whip cracking. O_o That man is FUCKING MENTAL. Is there any surprise in the fact that it was that completely fucking loony little sod who almost got his head ripped off in the vampyre?!

If you were to sum up the Top Gear boys' reactions to... just about everything... in a single word each, it would be like this:

James: Meh.
Hamster: HEEE!?!?!!!!1!!1!
Clarkson: Feh!

And they're all so married. To each other.

♥ ♥ ♥
rosiedoes: (Mood: Word)
Free societies are hopeful societies. And free societies will be allies against these hateful few who have no conscience, who kill at the whim of a hat.
--George w. Bush

Washington, DC


The goals for this country are peace in the world. And the goals for this country are a compassionate American for every single citizen. That compassion is found in the hearts and souls of the American citizens.
--George w. Bush

Washington, DC

(I'd like a compassionate American, too, please. Can I get airmail?)


Friday, 20 October 2006 12:46 pm
rosiedoes: (Mood: Happy)
Apparently, it's not just penguins...

Also, after much Decidely English Complaining, Dell now say that they can just replace the cover for my VDU which, including service and VAT will cost just £151.00. A marked improvement on the original quote of £325, I feel.

It was also mentioned that, aside from the motherboard and hard drive, if there is anything on it that is a bit wonky and needs fixing up they will do that do.

Therefore, I do think I FUCKING WIN.

It pays to politely complain, kids (and threaten to go to PC World in future).


Sunday, 24 September 2006 10:35 pm
rosiedoes: (TCO: Joe)
Oh God - watching A Dinner of Herbs because Joe's in it and we need to review it for TCO. Two Sunday nights we've devoted to this and Joe hasn't appeared until hour five. Of six.

And he's playing a yank. And it is fucking hilarious. It's not that he's bad at all - but something about it is making us giggle hysterically.

Good old Joe. He's far too pretty to ever fancy but I could just squish his little cheeks in this.

Edit: On his face, perverts.
rosiedoes: (Mood: Rainbow)


Monday, 4 September 2006 12:32 pm
rosiedoes: (Heroes: Ray Love)
This one's for Steve Irwin.

I always liked Ray Mears better.


Friday, 25 August 2006 02:44 pm
rosiedoes: (Default)
Comedy typo of the day:

"Delegate could not attend due to being burglar"

For Teh Win.

Friday, 25 August 2006 12:42 pm
rosiedoes: (BoB: General)
I love to see a hypocrite pwned.

Also: I got message from Mark the Self-Defence Instructor, via Sally, that I really hurt him in the class and, in his words 'fucked him up'.

I should not feel as smug about this as I do.

Oh yeah, and someone from the old roleplay (you know the one - horrible people, witch hunt, ex-girlfriend) apologised for her behaviour and asked me to 'come over and say hi, sometimes'.

*narrow eyes* I appreciate her apology, but can't help feeling that it's more to do with the fact they never found a replacement Harry or a replacement Buck (characters played by myself and Julie). We were just too fucking good.

*throws bible* Hey, Dick - fetch.

Terror News.

Tuesday, 15 August 2006 12:48 pm
rosiedoes: (Mood: Fear)
[livejournal.com profile] tyrell - this one's for you:

BA Halts All Flights )


Monday, 7 August 2006 08:08 pm
rosiedoes: (Mood: Sweet)
For fans of Mounties and Brokeback, Something Awful gives you this.

English, what?

Tuesday, 1 August 2006 10:21 pm
rosiedoes: (Mood: Heritage)
Videoing spectator watching a pilot eject from a Harrier before it crashes into the sea:

"Oh dear."

I love being English.


Thursday, 20 July 2006 12:55 pm
rosiedoes: (Mood: Heritage)
This is my new favourite song - George Bush does Sunday Bloody Sunday


Friday, 14 July 2006 12:00 am
rosiedoes: (TCO: BW)
Eeee! TCO isn't even launched, yet, and we have an email from a fan of Boyan's saying he loves the site! Woo hoo!

Pride, however, was closely followed by shame:

icedmaple: Dude
icedmaple: We totally forgot Joe's birthday
icedmaple: He turned 32 last month.
Gaelic Angel: oops.
Gaelic Angel: and were supposed to be fangirls
icedmaple: I know, man
Gaelic Angel: we should maybe put something up even just to say oops. sorry we forgot your birthday joe
icedmaple: Well, it's no big deal
icedmaple: The site isn't officially launched, yet
Gaelic Angel: true. we must make sure to remember it next year tho. and the rest of the lads once we get it up and running.
Gaelic Angel: *sighs* if only we knew boyans birthday so we could forget it.



I'd hi-five Jules, for that... except that would be sad.

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