Tuesday, 9 November 2010
Monday, 8 November 2010
Another boring Monday, well what can I say? Do thing's ever change? I think not.
"Once upon a time there was a young man called Pavell, he lived in the ancient town of Praha. He was a true Bohemian through and through, He was an artisan of the modern arts. He strived for a more cultured way of existence. Thus he enrolled in the culture army that was recruiting of the streets of the Nerushima district. They fought not with guns, but with music, literature and architecture. As he played the harp he was assigned to the first musical battalion. They were currently marching to the culture capital - Dublin. Here they planned to buy up the derelict houses and set up home, preferring the humble way of living. It was from this culture power base that they intended to make their demands to the world.The key demand being: 'Promote culture. Eradicate the uncultured' Many saw this as radical but it was utterly necessary. Pavell delighted in his new Dublin home and set about learning the native tongue of Gaelic. Although poor he sought the help of Gertrude McDonagh a renowned Gaelic speaker who so happened to have been Ireland 32nd female Irish Prime-Minister. As he was such a gifted harp player, Gertrude taught him for free so long as they had a midnight waltz to a recording to his harp-play. After he had become fluent in the language, and fled from the culture army he returned to Praha to pursue his harp playing career in Eastern Europe. Long since the dissolution of the CCCP a new regime had been set up in Russia which had led to the eventual colonisation of the whole of Oceania. Pavell longed to dazzle the Russian dames. However as soon as he come out of Finland Station in St Petersburg, Lenin the second hired him for his own personal use. He was no longer allowed to leave Russia. He lived out the rest of his days within the ancient Kremlin walls playing the harp and translating ancient Gaelic scripts"
I thought of this random story whilst on the bus. Random - most definitely? ;o
Tuesday, 8 June 2010
This video just epitomises Britain, a group of ageing construction workers having an orgy on an industrial site whilst pushing a young kid around in a wheel barrow
Thursday, 3 June 2010
Monday, 24 May 2010
WHAT IS UP WITH INCORRECT SPELLING!
not that I am a grammar nazi or anything but recently i have observed absolutely SHIT spelling for instance:
"bye one get one free" - holy shit that is terrible!
on a brighter note just had a splendid chat on the phone with Komilly
and i got burnt in the sun - i'm a real average tomato these days
jeez im hyper :|
Wednesday, 19 May 2010
Sunday, 25 April 2010
Monday, 5 April 2010
I leave tomorrow morning for Ireland - hopefully there, where there is no distractions I can revise properly!
We don't realise how much we take the internet for granted! its such a valuable and essential component to our college life
I shall be glad to leave it for a couple of days
Slán gó fóil !
Sunday, 28 March 2010
Wow this weekend has gone so SLOWLY!
Went to a classics lecture in Reading which was so good! - I LOVE UNI...
- I also felt in a random mood, so bought "the communist manifesto" by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels :S
I want to go away somewhere away from everything - burma here i come!
Sunday, 21 March 2010
I AM A SHIT BLOGGER!
Its been a fun weekend.
I donned a bra for the sports relief mile at embankment london... they are surprisingly comfy - ;)
I wrote a quatrain of a poem a few months ago:
"an emotion like rainfall
in the unusual mind of a youth
that too the eyes of society
can never reveal the truth"
a tad random yes.
I cant wait for summer!
what a difference two years make...
Friday, 8 January 2010
2010 has started and i'm in the mood for making a post!
Christmas was the same, family came around and we stuffed our faces like the gluttons we are!Christmas isnt Christmas any more - it feels just the same as a boring day in May (at least it feels that way anyway) it isnt significant to me anymore!
After all the festive "cheer" I decided that several new years resolutions were in order! I am really trying to keep them this year as last years attempt at trying to stop swearing was broken 6 seconds in!
Leaving school on tuesday was such a good feeling! - I had coursework due in the next day and I had only done half of it - however, the snow that was forecast for that night had resulted in the school being closed! It would appear that wearing a lucky thong works every now and then... joking... or am i?
With all this free time I have been watching movies along with revision. Today I watched my all time favourite film "Good Bye Lenin!" a german film showing life in Berlin before and after the wall came down and how different life became. There was a most charming piano piece in the movie that I had to learn: "watching lara" after a good half an hour of listening to it over and over I picked it up on the piano - bit shaky but i'm getting there!
"once I was happy in happy extremes,
packing my bags for the path of the free
from pillar to post, i am driven it seems
these bitter tokens are worthless to me"