I idly twittered that I was wondering whether the interesting2007 t-shirt printers (so cool!) would perform their service on an adult-sized romper suit.
Three of my friends responded.
Sam thought it kinky.
Johnnie thought it bizarre.
Suw felt uneasy at the thought.
Well I think that says a lot more about them than it does about me.
From my twitter feed:
howardgr: friday the 13th. now where’s my hockey mask?
Sent at 1:49 PM on Friday
plasticbagUK: It’s conceivable I may kill everyone before this day is out. If you’re sitting near me, now is the time to start getting scared.
Sent at 1:55 PM on Friday
And they look like such nice boys
Today I had lunch at the Stockpot in Old Compton Street. I ordered Chicken Madras and a Diet Coke and got the above pictured Cornucopia of c-word food.
It was a Chicken Curry which included Courgettes, Corn and Carrots, not to mention the Carrots, Cabbage and Chips on the side. Sadly my taste buds were inadequate in discerning how much Cumin or Coriander had been included. In the pictures you can see some of the Condiments also on the table and the second picture has some added Cucumber, offered by my dining partner who’s name *definitely doesn’t* start with a ‘C’.
Oh and we sat in the corner.
It’s not nice to snicker at people having fun at work and loving their employer. I just wanted to remind you of that while I pass this on from Ben Casnocha
This looks like fun, from the London Theatre Guide
“Cast members from Monty Python’s Spamalot are hoping that the public supports them on St George’s Day (23 April) as they attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest coconut orchestra. The current record stands at 1,789 and was set in March 2006, outside the Shubert Theater New York, to celebrate the first birthday of Spamalot’s Broadway production. This new record attempt will be held in Trafalgar Square, so has enough room to smash the current total.”
“Taking part in such a prestigious record attempt is not as easy as turning up and banging two halves of a tasty, healthy snack together. Aspiring record-breakers need to have registered at a Trafalgar Square checkpoint by 18:30 to be assured of their exclusive Monty Python coconut. They will then be taught how to play their husky instruments by members of the Spamalot team. The official record attempt takes place at 19:00 and is followed by an al fresco screening of Monty Python And The Holy Grail at 19:30. “
If I’m in town, I’ll try to be there to record the event for posterity.
Bonus Link: More SPAM & Coconut fun
Nice to have a Twitter story to break on this side of the pond.
I’m being followed by one of the most intellectigent men on the planet
“Long day of sitting around, staring at the protraits today, not much napping. I got to make fun of a few Democrats, though. Time to head home.”
Seen on The Kitten’s Toe’s photostream
via tunatheday – Thanks Ade!