I got a little bit addicted to heroin.
Alan Carr on British patriotism.
I don’t think smiling makes other people smile.
my accent paragraph tbh.
"See above those clouds, near where the blue sky appears to fold? Some say it is the entrance to the floating isles where pirates still rule the air and dragons choose to live. Only the most skilled pilots can sail their craft close enough to even glimpse the light coming from within. You can’t find those who know the way; they find you. Rather, you four lazy tourists must learn from your books and be ready, so that you may not miss an opportunity to travel to that mysterious place. It would be an adventure that you would never forget. Now, I think that’s enough with this pleasurable story telling. Go home and join your aunt - she’s cooking fine food!”
[on remembering forgotten items whilst already committed to the queue]
"I’ll tell you one instance where this is acceptable. If you are at a supermarket and it’s not the express lane and you’ve got all your stuff on the conveyor belt… if then you forget something, I believe you are allowed one trip - one trip - while all your stuff is being added up, within say a minute limit, a-la Supermarket Sweep. If you can get back to the counter before your stuff’s been tallied up, then that’s allowed. If you get back and it’s been tallied up and they’re waiting for you, you have to buy everyone in the queue a Kinder Surprise."
- Hamish Blake (2nd April 2007 podcast)
This is an idea I could get behind.
Ando, you gotta do this quickly- I’ll explain later. There’s something that’s beating; it looks like a heart. Don’t think about it. Erm, you gotta do it while it’s still beating.
Your word’s your bond, right?
Big Girls In Costumes: “I can’t fault the effort that all the cosplayers put in.
If I had to criticise - a lot of the cosplayers don’t dress their size…”