December 2001 Archives - 3/3 - wibbler.com

COLD

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Having been holed up in my underground bunker of an office all day, I went for lunch an hour ago. And it’s SO COLD. I can’t even feel my nose anymore. I’m assuming it’s still there…

Wigged Wonders

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Well, the large Texas BBQ pizza from Dominos really did the trick at lunchtime, so I’ve been feeling well enough to upload several pictures from last night, involving us, the Wigged Wonders. Shortly after these pictures were taken, we entered The Drink nightclub, where Jac was mobbed by 3 women and ended up half naked, and both shunta claus and Jac pulled. Which is a surprise.

And did I mention shunta claus and I saw Phill Punter, estranged friend, in Bar Med in Guildford on Saturday, looking very serious indeed? No, I thought I didn’t…

Saturday turmoil

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It’s Saturday, it’s raining, I’ve been working all day, and I’ve got a parking ticket. An ideal time to get drunk, methinks…

Kylie new advert…

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WOW – if anyone has the time to download 4MB, have a look at Kylie’s new advert for Victoria Secret lingerie… it’s KNEE-TREMBLINGLY exciting… (either streaming only)

Comments

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Hmm. You always know you’ve been fiddling too much when the result is worse than the original. I was quietly adding Jonola14 to my wibbler.com empire, and I seem to have erased all my comments. Bother.
You’ll have to leave some more… 😉

Milly’s thai bday bash

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We (Jac, Nick, Michelle, and 34 others) all went to the Kwanwong authentic thai restaurant in Guildford tonight for Milly’s surprise birthday treat, the lucky girl! Nick, true to form, managed to get there mere seconds before the grand arrival of Alex and Milly, who thought she was only going for a quiet meal with her better half. After the shock had subsided, we found just how authentic it was. No chairs (apparently there is no need), a row of cushions and a piddly little table. Still, we had fun, even if we’ll all look forward to backache for weeks…
A couple of lessons to learn:
1. Never try to take the mickey out of a friend if you have, the previous night, dressed up as a woman in a popular nightclub. And enjoyed it. ( a clue who THAT was…)
2. Jac’s shirt does not pollenate. (I misheard, allegedly.)
3. Thai tea, as Jac pointed out, is “crunchy” and tastes “like a tube of savlon.”
4. Never utter “this is like a game of tennis” without substantial evidence to back it up.
5. Never equate Thai meals with Chinese meals solely on account of the “similar bowls”, unless you want constant ribbing throughout the meal.