Daily Chat – 2nd Apr 2009

by duncanr

Most rock journalism is people who cannot write interviewing people who cannot talk for people who cannot readΒ  (Frank Zappa)

29 Comments to “Daily Chat – 2nd Apr 2009”

  1. Morning, folks

    Not such a good morning today 😦

    Think I’ve poisoned me and the missus 😳

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  2. She’s just been sick all over the bed πŸ™„

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  3. I had an ‘upset tummy’ last night – required a couple of ‘urgent’ visits to the loo 😳

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  4. Bloody haggis !!! πŸ‘Ώ

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  5. Will stick to Tesco’s in future !!!

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  6. yuk – morning Duncan πŸ˜₯

    How are you and Mrs D feeling? πŸ˜•

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  7. Free to good home

    One haggis (originally one of a pair)– hand-made by local butcher in the arse-end of Northern Scotland using traditional (unhygienic) methods to old family recipe.

    Must go soon – need to make room in freezer for fresh stock (from Tesco !!!)

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  8. Morning, Nosey

    Both a lot better now, thanks !

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  9. Have you hurled everything out then? πŸ˜€

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  10. Yup – no doubt now that the haggis was the offender. Both dogs had the ‘shits’ this morning and they’ve both been sick too (they ate the haggis too )

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  11. Swat you get for eating strange things πŸ™„

    Poor dogs – I hope you apologised profusely and have bought them a nice juicy T-bone for dinner!

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  12. They’re both looking very sorry for themselves so I’m letting them snuggle up beside me while I try to work

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  13. I’d also be looking very sorry for meself if I was fed a suspect haggis ….. πŸ˜‰

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  14. i thought you were veggie duncan?

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  15. ever heard of vegetarian haggis, Nosey? πŸ™„

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  16. never heard of veggie hagis giveing food posioning though Duncan… πŸ˜•

    aha – the light dawns – you working from home now???? πŸ˜† πŸ˜‰

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  17. How did you guess ? πŸ˜†

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  18. Couldn’t go to work and leave the dogs feeling poorly, could I ? πŸ˜‰

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  19. O.K. I’ll confess

    I became a vegetarian primarily because I don’t like the taste and texture of meat – the philosophical justifications came afterwards.

    In the past I would occasionally eat a bit of chicken/turkey at Xmas if we were visiting friends – so as not to cause offence/embarrassment. Now I don’t eat it at all (I’ve got all our friends/relatives trained to provide me with a veggie samosa in place of any chicken/turkey, heh, heh, heh).

    The only other meat I occasionally eat is Haggis – if I can’t get a veggie one.

    The one last night was a ‘non-veggie’ haggis brought back by a friend from a trip to Scotland. The fact that Anita and I (and the dogs) had upset tummies and/or were sick suggests the haggis was iffy. I probably got a shitty bum because my body is not used to dealing with meat of any kind. 😳

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  20. Hah!!! I knew that there was something fishy about your haggis story πŸ˜› πŸ˜›

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  21. He doesn’t eat that either ….

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  22. same as he doesn’t drink πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜† πŸ˜†

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  23. I felt my ears burning – someone talking about me? πŸ˜‰

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  24. I’ll refrain from commenting on the total impossibility of being a vegetarian then…….
    Oh I just did, diddle I…….. πŸ˜†

    Hope you feel better soon Duncs, nowt worse than poorly guts and an out of control backside….

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  25. Hi Chippy

    You O.k.?

    How’s the knee ?

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  26. Hi Duncan, ok here thanks, a bit of a struggle with a cast on me knee but hopefully its not for too long, its wonderful what they can do with some ‘mesh’ and something akin to superglue ain’t it….. πŸ˜†

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  27. Got yourself a knitting needle for when the itching starts ?

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  28. LOL, way ahead of you that one, the pot aint plaster, its some sort of coloured fibre glass type stuff, I straighten out a wire coat hanger for me scratching bouts….

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