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Dreadful Nonsense

"I've read your blog. it's really funny. you should write a column." - Jon Ronson

Posting in spasms, that's what I'm good at. Here's a friday five to round things up for now.

What one thing are you most looking forward to . . .
1. ...today?

Going to sleep.

2. ...over the next week?
Possibly getting out of the house a little bit. I'm contemplating going to a pub, possibly meeting with friends, and perhaps chancing a comedy gig. But that will probably not happen, as I'm no longer as jolly as I used to be. Can you imagine that? I'm sure you can't.

3. ...this year?
I'm looking forward to (fingers crossed) starting college again in September, if I get in to the course I haven't applied for yet. I'm also looking forward to the Aqualung gig in Whelans in March.

4. ...over the next five years?
I'm looking forward to David Gray touring Europe again, because by the time he writes and records a new album to tour, I should be able to drive, and so me and Sue can drive around rather than train around, taking turns "behind the wheel" (as people that can drive say) and not have to stand about on train platforms quite so often.

5. ...for the rest of your life?
Getting that puppy I've always promised myself. And also a slow and unseemly emotional and physical breakdown.

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