Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Butterfly

I think I've mentioned this before but I'm so busy doing interesting things that I just don't have the time to write about them.

Also the weather has perked up a bit here in sunny Swansea - no more of that biting wind. It rained too, that was nice....

Word.


Hometown has made it into the news recently... found via Chess' place.

9 Comments:

At 11:14 pm, Blogger Chris Cope thought it was best to say...

Huzzah for slow food.

 
At 2:05 am, Anonymous Undoubtedly Bodacious thought it was best to say...

Roll on summer! Didn't have a bad one last year as I recall?

 
At 9:51 am, Blogger Neal thought it was best to say...

The world will become a better place if fast food dies a horrible, festering death.

 
At 12:21 pm, Anonymous chess thought it was best to say...

Wayhay, thats your hometown, I do love Llandeilo, great second hand clothes and a tidy pint!

 
At 1:53 pm, Blogger Curly thought it was best to say...

Chris - I'd never heard of slow-food before, despite the apparent revolution in my own hometown!

UB - Is that an "I know what you did last summer" comment - or were you talking about Wales in general?!

Neal - Agree, but it's great for hangovers...

Chess - A tidy pint indeed. Did you hear about the 'Saes Slayer' than Evan Evans released just before the England game? Apparently the delicatessen is nice too...

 
At 2:21 pm, Blogger Me Over Here thought it was best to say...

The idea of slow food is an ambitious one, and I think good in theory, but honestly, I think my body would go into shock if I didn't have McDonald's once a month. How you like THAT, Curly? MMMM...McDooooonald's. Soooo good...

 
At 4:44 pm, Blogger Huw thought it was best to say...

Slow food is all very well and good, so long though as it isn't also shit food. At least with shit fast food, you can get it over and done with mercifully quickly.

 
At 5:58 pm, Anonymous Undoubtedly Bodacious thought it was best to say...

Wales in general, Curly =). South Wales had an alright summer of what I can remember. Yes, I also agree. Mcdonalds should be banned.. "Supersize me" comes to mind *vomits*

 
At 3:38 pm, Blogger Astrid thought it was best to say...

I love rain too, mostly due to the reason that it justifies me to walk underneath my big purple umbrella.

 

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