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I'm trying to work out where the line is between ill and lazy.
it could be fairly nice and relaxed but i'd be meeting new people and having to be sociable for five hours. FIVE HOURS. then i'd have to go to work as well.
Sore throat and I'd be tapping out of it
I do have a sore throat. I'm oooooooouuuuut.
Man, you should have got your stick. I'd be well impressed.
Have you seen Charles Darwin's stick? http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/hi/pop_ups/07/health_the_wellcome_collection/html/11.stm
Pretty cool. But also so obvious, it's funny.
Charles Darwin is not the first name that would have come to mind as its owner. I'd probably have said Dani Filth.
Much respect to Charles Darwin.
yes. but then i started thinking about it and it made perfect sense. charles the original goth.
when you actually see it at the collection, it's amazing. the eyes are green gemstones - goth bling.
he had to be softly softly with his theory of evolution at home to avoid pissing off his devout Anglican wife.
To know he was also strutting about with something that looks like a leftover prop from a GWAR video shoot must have been tough for her.
The back wall of his study is just a massive Gorgoroth poster.
if you're too unwell to go to work / school / uni that day, you're too unwell to go out...
so i feel obliged to go in tonight. company man or what.
then even a slight illness is the perfect opportunity to get out of it. I'd come over and force Scrabble on you instead but I'm getting a haircut (eek).
thanks for the scrabble offer, i don't think even illness could excuse how rubbish i am at it.
how are you getting your hair cut?
I'm a bit scared. jonny_rat recommended me a hairdresser to whom I can say "do whatever you like", so I'm gonna live on the edge (may regret this).
Let me know how it goes. A good hairdresser is hard to find! I don't think I have ever regretted saying it. It's usually when I describe what i want they get it completely wrong.