kicking the alcohol habit

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22/02/2006 at 12:24
Just lurking while I eat my lunch, then off to teach a whole load of little darlings about Jesus!

Oh joy!
22/02/2006 at 12:29
Is that at church or school Sass?? Didn't realise anyone learnt about him anymore. My kids know all about mohamed and budha but think Jesus is the guy that thought up christmas.
22/02/2006 at 13:13
He did didn't he? Wasn't Santa his dad or summut?
22/02/2006 at 13:42
No Santa was that bloke dressed in green that used to climb into childrens bedrooms at night and then coca cola made him red and fat. I think he's the majority shareholder in Argos. But I'm sure him and Jesus must be related somewhere along the line. Aka St Nicolas (interestingly his name is an anagram of Satan and Satan's other name is Ol' Nick and I'm pretty sure him and Jesus were arch enemies .....dun dun dun). bit like the davincci code innit.
22/02/2006 at 13:53
I had a friend and Coca Cola made him fat as red aswell.!

Now there's a conspiracy theory!!!

P.S. His teeth rotted too

22/02/2006 at 14:01
Hmmm, did he have a smell of sulphar about him too???

Thats it, Coca Cola is the anti christ. Quick, go spread the word!!!

Sass, I think you should give serious consideration to including this in your lesson otherwise it will get them whilst they're young and it may be too late.
22/02/2006 at 14:10
Have you been keeping up with the 'Giving up the booze' thread - hows Gaz getting on?

Yep Coca Cola is the anti Christ but I'm sure alcohol was developed to control the masses. Since stopping I've become a grumpy old git about the way things are - (add tazer to list of shopping and sort out everything from recycling schemes to traffic contol)

I, with my tazer will rid the world of Coca Cola and speed bumps
22/02/2006 at 14:22
No, haven't kept up with booze thread. Have to agree with Laurac, it was getting very heavy in there and felt my problems weren't bad enough to qualify for the thread. Haven't seen Gaz lately but he was struggling last time I saw him.

Anyway, I feel more at home in here.

<adds tazer and red cape to shopping list and joins the jammy polo mint in his noble quest>
22/02/2006 at 15:07
I was reading along with the 'giving up the booze' thread for a while but, as you said, I didn't really feel like joining in.

There's some great advice etc. but it puts my abstaining into perspective. There's a big difference between wanting and needing a drink and maybe I thought I was getting too close to the needing bit.

Anyway - quote of the day:-

Beer! Now there's a temporary solution to any problem.

Homer Simpson

22/02/2006 at 15:25
JD: Stop being so flippin serious!!

Quote of the Day:

'I don't have to worry about money any more..... now thats one less thing to worry about!'

Forrest Gump.
22/02/2006 at 16:02
Blimey, this thread's gone mad overnight!

JD - interesting thoughts on drink and grumpiness. I seem to have become a bit of a grumpy old man of late, which is particularly impressive given that I'm in my early twenties. >:-/ Have you found yourself arguing with the TV yet?

I've just had a frustrating day. Went for a run first thing (brilliant, as usual), then spent the rest of the morning doing something utterly pointless. I'm now looking forward to an evening of related and equally pointless activities. I could be writing something - I NEED to be writing something - yet I'm spending all my time fiddling with numbers. Deeply annoying.

Oh well, better get on with it. Apologies for the rant.


22/02/2006 at 16:04
Oh, a little off-topic light relief, by way of my quote of the day:

Said the Queen to the King, "I don't frown on
The fact that you want to go down on
The page on the stairs,
But you'll give the boy airs
If you must do the job with your crown on." -WH Auden
22/02/2006 at 16:41
Tee hee you lot!
22/02/2006 at 16:53
1. Yelling at the TV is all I do nowadays. Latest rant at CSI somewhere where they zoomed into a digital photo to see the reflection of the person behind the camera. How did they do this I hear you ask - they saw him in the reflection in someones eye! how many DPI is that I wonder <continues to rant and shake his head> 20 trillion. Crikey the worlds gone mad.

Quote of the day part 3

Never rub another man's rhubarb

The Joker
22/02/2006 at 16:59
Bunbury - What were you meant to be writing and what are the numbers your fiddling with?

If I want a pointless evening I have a selection of shoe boxes full of old bits and bobs. I can spend hours idly looking through them with no reason.
22/02/2006 at 17:08
Bunbury, thats roooooodddde and JD, well, I'm blushing!

:) lol
22/02/2006 at 17:16
I'd never read it with that conitation - it takes a dirty mind obviously!

I'm sure Cesar Romero didn't have that in mind when he said it - don't rub me up the wrong way I think he meant not don't go near that mans todger.

The whole series makes sense now- the Joker was homophobic and didn't like Bruce Wayne's relationship with Robin.
22/02/2006 at 17:23

I must admit, the Yellow Submarine flumoxed me until I went to Holland and had a mushroom. Now that was funny!!

<puts 'clean dirty mind' on list of things to do tomorrow>
23/02/2006 at 09:17
you sure you lot aren't drinking or indulging in narcotics...?
23/02/2006 at 09:24
How would that make you feel?

That is if you found out we were all still drinking and Bunbury's real identity was shane macgowen!!!
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