November 24th, 2004

Random - Absinthe!

Just because.

Stolen from anotherusedpage.

1. Reply to this post if you want me to tell you how cool you are!

2. Watch my journal over the next few days for a post just about you and why I think you rock my socks.

3. Post these instructions in your journal and give your friends a much needed dose of love and adoration!
Photo - leaves

Now, that's interesting...

This morning, a flyer was popped through our door telling us to "Use your vote and vote for Labour!" - it even offered lifts to the polling station from the candidate.  Er, no.  Thanks just the same, though.

And just a few moments ago, another flyer was dropped through our door telling us to vote against the BNP, which is certainly refreshing.  I'm still tempted to go along the Wolverhampton road with a permanent marker and scribble "NAZIS" across all of their stupid streetlight posters, though.  The whole thing makes me sick.

It's also quite interesting that all of these flyers and "vote for me!" posters don't actually bother to tell anyone what their policies are, even in short form...

That's the most political rant you're going to get out of me.  Ever.
Spuffy - numb

In response.

Okay, so obviously nobody else wants to be loved.  In which case, why I love herringprincess is herewith, in light of her feeling angry/crappy, and with a suitable icon.

herringprincess, I love the fact that we're friends again after those years of not-speaking and being apart.  I love the fact that you're just like I remember, in the way you speak and the way you act, but also that you've changed just like everyone else, so re-establishing the friendship is more of an adventure.  I love that even though I know I've changed since you last knew me (a lot), you can just accept it and not judge me on it.  I love that you stand for what you believe in, and that even though I never thought you were serious about "the Buddhism thing" when you were considering it back in year 11, you've managed to prove me wrong.  I love that we can still reminisce about the insanity of the 834 bus journeys and reflect on the bad times without them being an issue.  I love that you reviewed Omnis Falsus Est and didn't tell me, resulting in a pleasant surprise in my review inbox. :)  And I'm sure there are more things, but I can't think of anything else off the top of my head.

That's it.  The offer still stands, if anyone else wants some love.  Unless you're all too afraid of my inherent gushing, and I wouldn't blame you.  Whatever.

As an aside, the second Adiemus is frelling gorgeous...
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