Originally Posted by moth The exposure of petty bureaucracy always cheers me. Especially when the petty bureaucrats are made to look foolish and forced to back down.
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I was following this with interest earlier. Jamie Oliver has chimed in. Looks a bit viral to me, but no matter
Well, not just just but this morning just.
In an attempt to aid my improving excercise regime, earlier today a colleague of mine offered to provide a hypnotherapy 'gastric band'.
I'm a fairly open-minded cynic, and wasn't expecting much. This was 'clinical' hypnotherapy btw, and for the gastric band treatment you could be shelling out a £100 or so. It works like
For a couple of weeks I've been observing the protocol for this interaction. Seems relatively straightforward, doesn't it? Picture the scene: You are walking back to work from your lunch break and en route you see a colleague off in the distance. It's Dave from finance. At least I think he's called Dave, he could be called Paul. I can't really remember. Anyway, he's there at about 150 metres away
I suppose this could apply to riding a bike, but there is usually the option of momentum when on two wheels?
Anyway, in a car. Sat in a car, your car. The old tin can, jam jar, cage or wheeled coffin. Nothing says 'fuck my life' more than sitting in traffic and watching other like-minded people just sat there, doing nothing but strengthening the muscles in their clutch
Everyone's favourite hyperthyroid ocelot is on another piss-take, this time going from Sydney to somewhere. I'm afraid I don't really know the details, I just know that it is on our screens and has been for a while.
I'm a fan of Boorman. I like his affable style and he is certainly watchable and interesting, however I am starting to get a little tyred (sic) of his now typecast peregrinations.
Updated 07-10-09 at 13:40 by Savio Du Funk