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1. Getting your cat to sniff a piece of citrus fruit.
I wrote about a cat not enjoying lemons last week for Aaron's blog :)
or being all hot in bed and rolling over onto a new bit of bed
or turning the pillow over
initially thinking you have to get up for work until the realisation hits you its Saturday
One of life's true, unspoiled delights.
(I am going to try the citrus thing on one of my cats later)
You'd think they'd learn, but no. Hours of fun.
I love it when cats sniff something that they don't like. Its also great when you see a cat walk into a cobweb!
Like a fiver in your jeans, or a last chocolate bar at the back of the cupboard.
Undoing a particularly tight jar
Successfully untangling wires
eating 2, and finding 2 more!
nutmegging the keeper on a one on one in your inconsequential thursday night 5 a side league.
Getting a newly developed roll of film back.
bus drivers waving at each other
This is exactly what i was after.
Seeing someone trip up and do that little run thing as if it makes them look nonchalant.
and the inevitable little action they'll do, to try and cover it up when they turn around!
Two people finishing a conversation, saying bye then walking off in the same direction.
Or pretend that I've just got a text message with a contrary meeting point.
only opening of a vacuum pack of some sort.
None of that instant shit for sure!
where everyone knows your name?
yet this time you flush in one movement.
of your member after an extended break
sitting with a hot drink reading all cosy inside whilst outside the window its raining cats and dog
perfectly squeezing a spot
and it's still raining
and you have the door open, reading an RSPB magazine or suchlike.
This thread is now officially one of life's little pleasures. Wonderful stuff.
AKA 'Riding the log flume'
in context and not just saying "I wish I got to use the word 'defenestrate' more often".
See also: decimate.
on a post-Guinness Saturday at 11am....Captain Oats-stylee
OH FUCKING YEAH
and the car coming the other way has done the same
and the beneficiary makes damn sure they wave at both you and the other car to say thanks, even if it means momentarily losing control of the steering wheel.
That moment where they swap hands on the steering wheel to wave out of the driver's side window is beautiful.
and when you go to take them off, the end you pull first is the right one.
when another till opens right next to you, and you're positioned exactly right to just step accros and get served first in a way that offends nobody else, it was just the natural thing to do
stepping off a moving bus.
and seeing the tubes glowing.
so you don't have to move at all.