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"shirley bassey was the best act at glastonbury"
my step dad:
"no way! james morrison was much better!"
"Do you have any proper music?"
I have to send my mother a copy of the Dresden Dolls album.
Good work soldier.
paolo nutini was best!
i felt like eating my own eyes for reading that.
about watching Shirley Bassey at Glastonbury :D
incase he makes me depressed too.'
listening to Morrissey, and you know, like, thinking about stuff?
"Are you still courtin?"
and "Haven't you grown?"
No. I stopped growing years ago!
I really wish my parents said this - it's just the best expression, so much better than 'dating'.
they'd look blankly at me.
They say it in thick Lancashire accents. 'Courtin''.
I get this image of little birds flying round eachother and doing courtship things, and think: 'No. I've never courted.'
'Responsible' adults who say "Careful. You'll have someone's eye out with that," when they spot you carrying anything they deem dangerous. Even if it's a chocolate hob-nob.
but its tounge in cheek...
I mean, what are the chances out of anywhere they could hit with a stick that it will be somebody else's eye?!
At footy training when I was about 10 Alex Woolaway threw a small branch/large stick off the pitch and it hit me square in the eye, and I didn't have time to blink. It almost blinded me in that eye, and I was in hospital for about a week. I had to wear a patch for a couple of months. The patch was pretty rad
In conclusion: Yes, sometimes it does hit you in the eye