Tuesday, September 28, 2010


My gym has 10 monitors in the cardio room. I was watching a documentary on something smart (the Simpsons) when a certain red head caught my eye on monitor 6.

I innocently told my friend about this and she told me I'd been "Rickrolled".

ME: "Please repeat."

HER: "It's a method in which a prankster makes a fake link to the music video of Rick Astley's Never Going to Give you up. To be Rickrolled in to be the victim whereas Rickrolling is the act of being the predator. The prank is considered funny because of the horrible dancing in the music video. Over one million people have been Rickrolled and counting."


Basically you head to any website and leave the link for Never Going to Give you up under the guise of something else.

So, head to your local paper's website and leave a comment after something highly intelligent with the following:

"I vehemently concur with this well written article; however, if you head to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOU8GIRUd_g I'm sure you'll find this equally as enlightening."

BOOM! Let the Rickrolling shenanigans commence!


It cannot be stopped (you're welcome).

Friday, September 17, 2010


I have really bad hearing.

This affliction almost never works in my favour.


When I was at uni I worked at a restaurant. A super nice couple came in and asked me my name. I heard this as, "What's the fish of the day?"

THEM: What's your name?
ME: Silver Dory.
THEM: (Looking confused) Pardon?
ME: Silver Dory.
THEM: That's interesting.
ME: Not really.

The next time they came into the restaurant they brought 15 people and introduced me to the whole table as Silver Dory.

Stupid ears.

Friday, September 10, 2010


Today... I feel like this:

So instead of being articulate and writing something of substances, the natural default is to post pictures of food that look like people.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010


Meme me up Scotty! Strutting Leo is Strutting.