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Sometimes, but I guess everybody does.
Somtimes though, everything seems to go right for a while.
Swings and roundabouts.
I even think this post has gone wrong :(
i say most people do.
but it passes,then i carry on, and make the best of it
My dad calls me captain hindsight, as I always feel like every decision I make has been the wrong one
it seems that if something is finally going right...i fuck it up.
boo hoo and all that.
Down to the tiniest thing.
Like today, after having made the only dinner I could afford (beans on toast with melted cheese on top), I was sprinkilng some salt on the top and the lid from the salt shaker fell off, covering me dinner. I thought that only happened in films or on tv. Turns out I was wrong.
So I ate the saltiest dinner of my life and my heart now hates me.
but now i feel guilty.
more fun anyway
Now I think about it, it was quite ridiculous. But I figured I'm probably still eating less salt than most other people in Glasgow so it's ok.
I've been drinking whisky all night to compensate. In the grand scheme of things, salty dinner isnt the worst thing in the world. I could have some honey on toast to redress the balance in my body.
But honey on toast is fucking awesome. Seriously. I've developed some kind of an addiction to it over the past week. the toast has to be buttered though.
I steered clear of honey, fearing it was the devil's work and my teeth would fall out the instant I had some. But it's so tasty. Banana and honey sandwiches led the way. But honey on toast.........
but, you're just wrong. you've maybe been trying the wrong kind of honey. Like, the bees produce high quality, grade A stuff, but they also make crap versions for the days when they cant really be bothered.
I have to admit though, I've got THE sweetest tooth. Especially lately. I crave some sweetness almost as soon as I've finished my dinner. It's a bit odd, to be honest.
But, I'm certainly not under the age of two. So it's all good. And, you know, if it's good enough for winnie the pooh and the bible then it's good enough for me.
Let me just say, though, I was at one time a naysayer of honey but it's just too good to be denied.
Winnie the Pooh is somewhat overweight. But have you ever read "Winnie and his type 2 diabetes"? The answer would be "no". He's as fit as a fiddle and happy as larry.
to accept this. Winnie was as healthy as you or I. The fact that he was always carrying some extra baggage is neither here nor there. Unless you can provide some medical evidence to prove otherwise, a diet solely consisting of honey is ok by me.
I really have no idea what "good" health actually is.
But I will concede that a diet purely consisting of honey will be a poor one.
However, I maintain that honey is tasty.
So you win this one. Grudgingly.
I think it's a regional thing, even up here. Like, if you're from the west coast then you'll be more likely to say "weans" when you mean kids as oppose to the east coast where we say "bairns".
But I think I've got more of a "posh" accent so there's less of that. Which is maybe a bit of a shame.
I am partial to a few colloquialisms though., I say "like" a lot. In a completely non-american bimbo way. It's just what we do in Fife.
"ooo arrrr", if I'm honest. who doesnt? If you listen to king creosote then you've pretty much got the idea. Although that really is a the top end of the spectrum of accents for fife.
aren't you nice.
and realise overall i'm pretty lucky / fortunate so should stop moping.
I think every time I reach forks in the road with the infinate possibilities of each moment branching out in front of me that I have travelled straight down the line of least desirable outcome every single time
without something shit happening to me
I wasn't going to wade through all of the winging that must have followed. I took a calculated risk, and went with it. I'm proud of it.
we both misspelt her name.
Stuff cant go right/ wrong, when stuff isnt supposed to be right or wrong. Amorality rulez.
do you have a life philosophy?
that isn't really the homelessness stuff?
and this weekend is going to be hectic and shit.
but I do sometimes wonder how it comes to be that genuinely shit, niggling little problems congregate themselves together