Friday, June 27, 2008

Happy Glastonbury Weekend!

Today I am angry but also excited...I am angry because my PC picked up the dreaded 'Beagle' virus and is near enough completely fucked...I am trying to rescue all the really important bits off my hard drive and will then have to re format the whole sodding thing...its a nasty little virus that somehow deletes a lot of your executables so programmes won't start up, and it also deletes anyhting to do with security maintenance etc...and before anybody says anything I was fully protected with Firewall and anti virus and spyware trackers, so fuck knows how the little bastard infiltrated me :(

I am excited because it's Glastonbury weekend, a whole weekend where there is something worth watching on TV...starts tonight at 7pm on BBC3 with the Editors etc...marvellous stuff...I have my little portable tent and calor gas stove set up in the lounge, i have also arranged for the neighbours to start shouting 'shrooms' 'shrooms' at the top of their voices at 4 in the morning and also have soaked the sleeping bag in water to get that freshly rained and dew ridden field feeling.

...ITV on the other hand have all the has beens (except for Ami W) trotting out for Nelson Mandelas 90th birthday party..god forgive us.

I am still losing weight...soon I shall look like a stick, albeit a stick that has had too many Krispy Kreme donuts and snapped off the tree because of it's weight...nevertheless a stick!

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I have just rediscovered this amazing 1981 film, it's always been one of my favourites and is now available in high definition dvd...oh the joys of modern technology...

have a great weekend...

Ciao x

Sunday, June 22, 2008

Cats and Engineers...

I had to post this, it's one of the funniest things I have seen on youtube for a long time...please enjoy it and give me your reactions to the cat yodelling demonstration at around 5 minutes...I nearly pissed myself, I hope you do to (..but in a nice way!)

Happy Sunday

Ciao x

Thursday, June 19, 2008


The excitement Agenda...

Today I'm excited and I promise to myself that I will be even more excited tomorrow...why am I excited?...I'm Losing weight!...I have found the perfect vehicle with which to do I'm excited!!
Give me a few weeks and I will release a new photo of me that will cause a storm in the world of weightlossness (if thats a word!)...At the moment I really want to share this vehicle with each and every one of you but I want to wait just a little while..

What comes after heartbreak?...happiness! I feel happy now, okay so I didn't get a job I went to an interview for this week..but hey!'s their loss!!! Fuck them...mind you I will phone up and find out if I can get some feedback. Having done a fantastic interview I am presuming that the job was already lined up internally which really does suck. I will let you know further on that point. Everything is good at the moment and I hope it remains so...I have been chatting away to some very nice guys and am enjoying the freedom to shag around (well, given the chance! lol). I will find my Prince Charming one wait and see...

Neil's Film of the Moment

I don't care what anybody says...I really enjoyed it...yes, it is a little slow but that is Shyamalans style...if you didn't like his other films you won't like this one..but if like me you love his style and the way he works, you will love it!...check it out...

Top Tune.......

One of my old summer favourites...enjoy

Ciao for now!



"We are at that very point in time when a 400 year old age is dying and another is struggling to be born - a shifting of culture, science, society and institutions enormously greater than the world has ever experienced. Ahead is the possibility of the regeneration of individuality, liberty, community and ethics such as the world has never known, and a harmony with nature, with one another, and with the divine intelligence such as the world has never dreamed."

Dee Hock

Sunday, June 08, 2008


Hi folks....It's taken a while but i can finally write about the latest chapter in my love put it bluntly I have just wasted one whole year of the life I have left. I spent this year 'loving' someone who, in the end, seemed to not love me at all...this bit of the blog isn't going to be about me bleating on about broken hearts etc...yes i did/do hurt but it's my own fault for not looking at the relationship properly while it was taking place. Mike, I believe, was a good person at heart but was scared of facing the world with what he thought was his dirty little secret (namely me!)
He kept telling me over and over again that he would tell his family and friends about our relationship, but he never did...I was the opposite, I put him on a pedastal and showed him off to my friends and my family, everyone in my world knew I was in love...nobody in his knew anything. He was looking for other jobs around the country and none of his plans included taking me...I, on the other hand was firmly ensconsed in a bijou terrace for two looking out of the windows in my rose coloured glasses waiting for my man to return home after a long working day.
You know what's really sad is that we did some really fun things but I don't have a single photograph of us together that I can look back on as I get older and think what might have been.
I suppose another thing that doesn't sit right with me is the dishonesty he has with his religion. Mike is a minister and regularly preaches his sermons in church...I'm confused though, what right does he have to preach to people about honesty and integrity when he can't follow those rules in his own life. I suppose that is his own battle that he needs to win, nobody else can do that for him.
It's probably time to give up on partner hunting now, I can't let myself get ravaged by hurt and anger anymore, it doesn't do me any good.
I'll miss him...

ciao x

Friday, June 06, 2008

When the office just got too much to handle!

watch the guy in the middle of the office from 20 seconds in...

Thursday, June 05, 2008

Moby Time!

Women of the World...This is where it went wrong!

I thought you would love to see this piece from a 1930's manual on how to be a perfect men pay attention please!

"Have dinner ready. Plan ahead, even the night before, to have a delicious meal ready, on time for his return. This is a way of letting him know that you have been thinking about him and are concerned about his needs. Most men are hungry when they come home, and the prospect of a good meal (especially his favorite dish) is part of the warm welcome needed.

Prepare yourself. Take 15 minutes to rest so you'll be refreshed when he arrives. Touch up your make-up, put a ribbon in your hair and be fresh looking. He has just been with a lot of work weary people.

Be a little gay and a little more interesting for him. His boring day may need a lift and one of your duties is to provide it.

Clear away the clutter. Make one last trip through the main part of the house just before your husband arrives.

Gather up schoolbooks, toys, paper, etc., and then run a dust cloth over the tables.

Over the cooler months of the year you should prepare and light a fire for him to unwind by. Your husband will feel he has reached a haven of rest and order, and it will give you a lift too. After all, catering for his comfort will provide you with immense personal satisfaction.

Prepare the children. Take a few minutes to wash the children's hands and faces (if they are small), comb their hair, and if necessary, change their clothes. They are little treasures and he would like to see them playing the part.

Minimize all noise. At the time of his arrival, eliminate all noise of the washer, dryer or vacuum. Try to encourage the children to be quiet.

Be happy to see him.

Greet him with a warm smile and show sincerity in your desire to please him.

Listen to him. You may have a dozen important things to tell him, but the moment of his arrival is not the time. Let him talk first -- remember, his topics of conversation are more important than yours.

Make the evening his. Never complain if he comes home late or goes out to dinner, or other places of entertainment without you. Instead, try to understand his world of strain and pressure, and his very real need to be at home and relax.

Your goal: Try to make sure your home is a place of peace, order and tranquillity where your husband can renew himself in body and spirit.

Don't greet him with complaints and problems.

Don't complain if he's late home for dinner or even if he stays out all night. Count this as minor compared to what he might have gone through that day.

Make him comfortable. Have him lean back in a comfortable chair or have him lie down in the bedroom. Have a cool or warm drink ready for him.

Arrange his pillow and offer to take off his shoes. Speak in a low, soothing and pleasant voice.

Don't ask him questions about his actions or question his judgment or integrity. Remember, he is the master of the house and as such will always exercise his will with fairness and truthfulness. You have no right to question him.

A good wife always knows her place."

Saturday, May 31, 2008

Osmondmania Pt 2

Hoopla ho de ri!.....last night I was transported back to my youth as we visited Wembley Arena to see The Osmonds...all 7 of them together on one stage for the last time ever in England.

We got there to the newly beautifully transformed Arena complex and went inside where the first thing that struck you was that you could cut the oestrogen in the atmosphere with a was a scary concept 90 percent women and 10 percent men! At 8pm on the 30th May the lights dimmed and the audio visual spectacular began.

All seven took to the stage and the audience didn't know who to get excited about first...Donny, of course, got the biggest screams whereas Marie had some very manly whoops from the few men and assorted Lesbians. Jimmy faired well with his share of applause and Alan, who suffers very badly with MS, got a terrific reception as he waved his stick in appreciation. They covered a few hits, harmonising beautifully as they went. Then the stage was left to Marie who sand a few songs and had fun with one of the male members of the audience who she invited up on stage with her to sing 'Crazy' (picture one of the worst auditions for 'Britains got talent' and you would get the drift!) but it was very funny and entertaining, Marie belied her years and looked and sounded magnificent.

Country diva :)

The brothers returned to do a few more and a fantastic medley from 'The Plan' (possibly their finest album). The visuals on the huge back screens were magnificent and really added to the whole concept of the show which was beautifully put together by Jimmy.
After the interval it was some more all together stuff and then it was Donny's turn...the crowd went wild, some fainted, some made themselves moist and some just relived their youth whilst he launched into 'twelth of never' and 'puppy love' which, for me, was a very erotically charged moment.

Marie bounded back on so that they could do their Donny and Marie set...then it was Jimmy and his 'long haired lover' piece.

Finally all the family got together on stage to complete a magnificent performance that will never be seen again.
It was 3 hours of madness, but complete utterly adorable madness being part of the Osmond Family for just that short while.
God speed you lovely people

Friday, May 30, 2008

Osmondmania Pt 1

Woo to see ALL The Osmonds tonight at Wembley it sad to be too excited?....full report tomorrow!


Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Saturday, May 24, 2008

Lets talk about Roadkill!...

well recently we have had lots of talk about Roadkill and what you can do with stuff it, cook it, use it as doorstops etc you can entertain your family with it!

The wonderful company 'Roadkill Toys' have produced the second in a series of Roadkill teddies for the warped and heartless amongst us...first of all there was 'Twitch' a Raccoon who was run over by a chevvy and now they present 'Grind' who according to my limited edition hand written label was run over by a local bus.see photo.

'Grind' The Rabbit. Image copyright 'Roadkill Toys'

These collectors pieces are beautifully made and each one comes with it's own personal plastic (see through and zippered) body bag and it's own handwritten body bag tag (limited to the first 1000 pieces). On Twitch and Grind there is also zipper so you can safely tuck and zip away those messily spilled innerds. A complete package lovingly designed by the team at 'Roadkill Toys'. I hasten you to look at their website which is where I am sure you will find all the info that you require (except a photo of the creator and team, as I am told that they are all so beautiful that people would not buy their products through jealousy!)
Enjoy your roadkill!

Ciao x

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Scientology is a CULT!

Unbelievably today in London a young man under 18 was in court for protesting outside the Scientology Centre in London (back last year) whilst holding a banner which said 'Scientology is a cult', at the time a police woman asked the young chap to take it down as the word cult was causing offence to the people that they were protesting about! He refused and was arrested. How unbelievable that The Metropolitan police can waste time on a young guy expressing freedom of speech whilst the hierarchy within Scientology UK are shafting each other senseless and rubbing wads of money all over each other for pretending to teach simple minded followers about a non existent alien who was made up by a senile old wanker named L Ron Hubbard. What is it about the leaders of Scientology that make them so it the fact that they greased the palms of many a high ranking police officer over the past few years? will we ever find out? no, because Scientology is a well oiled money making machine that keeps people quiet by making them believe that they need 'fixing' because at the present time they are not as worthy as everybody else on the planet. Scientology is evil and needs to be stopped...what are we going to do about it?

On a lighter note.....3 Divas, 3 Albums, there will be only 1 winner......

Yes, exciting news folks, an amazing thing has happened Madonna, Cyndi Lauper and Donna Summer have all released albums at the same time...

Cyndi - Bring ya to the Brink

Possibly one of the best dance albums you will ever hear...Cyndi has decided to trust some of the best dance producers on the planet to come up with an album that is full of love, hope and dancin! She is still a great songwriter and singist and this album will just blow you away. It is a great return...

12" remix of 'same old fucking story!'

Madonna - Hard Candy

An album full of unmemorable bleeps catering to the masses but extremely throw away.

'Give it to me' Mimed especially live for Radio 1's Big Weekend

Donna Summer - Crayons

Aw, this album is really good...Donna's voice has taken on a little smokey quality which is adhering to listen to. The album is full of good song writing and has one of her best ballads on it for years 'Be Myself Again'

A buffet selection of the album tracks.

Obviously commercially the winner will be Madonna but I am giving a joint 1st prize to Cyndi and Donna, the unsung queens of gayness and glitter who have worked so hard on crafting their songs for the new albums...whereas Madonna probably paid a person to sit and listen to it for her after she had finished it...

Ciao x

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Bloody Cancer!....

Well Mum goes in for her operation on July 1st and they are going to do a lumpectomy with intensive radiotherapy treatment afterwards for 3 weeks. I was talking to a friend today and she had gone through the same thing 17 years ago and was there is an 87% success rate of ridding all of the cancer so things are looking quite positive...I know things are going to be fine :)

Madonna Madonna Madonna...thats all we have been hearing for the last week after her stint at The Radio 1 Big Weekend..mind you I thought the set was terrific, staging and all...I did spot a couple of miming moments, especially on the new single but it did have quite a frantically coreographed routine so I might let her off that one..

Definitely mimed but spellbinding!

I have the hots for james's official! (mike if you are reading this I would never run away with him! lol) Over the weeks I fell for his lovely chubby cheeks as he appeared semi naked in Gavin and Stacy and he is so talented as a writer, actor and all round bon viveur!

James Corden and Matthew Horne on Radio 1

It's been a bit quiet on the film front at the moment, there is nothing that takes my fancy so I think I will have to search farther afield and watch a film called 'xxy' from's about a hermaphrodite coming to terms in an opressive world...sounds like a bundle of laughs doesn't it!

all for now

ciao x

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Scarlett Johansson - Anywhere I Lay My Head

What a bloody awesome album.....okay , to put it bluntly scarlett is not a great singer but over one album she has created a magical tribute to the songwriting of Tom Waits (except for one track written by herself).
Uncle David Bowie does a bit of backing on a couple of tracks and Tom appears on just one as far as I can hear after a couple of listens.
If you visualise a sort of mellow Nick Caves feel, then that is what the album is like...some great tunes and I don't know why but it just works really well.
I really hope people will give this a chance because for me it has turned out to be one of those exciting little gems that turns up occasionally.
Go Scarlett!

Thursday, May 08, 2008

sometimes it snows in April...

...but not in May, because the sun is out and everything is fabulous!

I went away for the weekend with Mike and we had quite a groovy time apart from me having a head injury (well a slight bang and a mark!)...and no i did not bash it on the headboard of the bed tsk tsk was actually in an ice cream shop if you must know...very small people these Mablethorpians. We stayed in a nice hotel overlooking a golf course in Grimsby, from there we travelled out to Lincoln, Hull (via the humber bridge) Mablethorpe, Cleethorpes, Saltfleet and Donna Nook. It was nice seeing part of the country that I have not been to before...Mablethorpe was nice and quaintly old fashioned with small donkeys on the beach, mum and dads sitting on stone sandy covered steps eating large ice creams...the sound of the carousel and the bleep bing bing of the amusement arcades. I must admit though I was not quite prepared for the amount of bling that I would see in Mablethorpe, it was like the audience of the Jeremy Kyle show had exploded and metamorphised into seaside travellers.

It was a pretty exhausting weekend especially as a certain person does tend to snore for hours on end...I love him immensely but wish I could stuff a couple of teddy bears up his nostrils so as to get some rest ;)
Lisa (you know , my bestest friend) and her lover (Sir Chris, knight in shining armour) have the same problem but have worked out the same idea as home we now have a lovin' room and a sleepy time room, so either I run away when he falls asleep or Mike decamps when the time is right! Back together first thing in the morning and everyone is happy:)

I had some bad news on Tuesday, my mum found out that she has breast cancer. It is operable and they are taking her into hospital on the 1st June to do a lumpectomy on the breast followed by an intensive course of Radiotherapy. To be honest I think I freaked out more than my mum did because when she told me it just bought all the horrible flashbacks of the stuff that I went through a couple of years ago with my own bout of cancer. I really wish my mum a speedy recovery and send my love to her across cyberspace. x

Film of the Week

The Orphanage is now on DVD and it's a terrific ghost story that hits just the right's beautifully filmed and has a very satisfying storyline...don't watch it alone though!

Top Tuuuuuuuuuune

Macy Gray - I try
This was mine and lisas's song from our first trip to Egypt and I was so happy when Macy announced a new tour so I could treat Lisa to a ticket for her we are off to Indigo2 at o2 arena on July 31st for an evening of Macy Gray goodness...can't wait :)

ciao x

Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Friday, May 02, 2008

a small retreat...

hi folks...just off to do some photography on the Humber estuary for the bank holiday weekend...will be back soon with more mirth, sexiness and frivolity :)

ciao x

Monday, April 28, 2008

Australia TV Special!

Today I am launching a fanfare for Australian TV...not only does it have a fantastic film industry but it has also started to create some top notch drama...


What a fucking hard and great series this is...Melbourne mobsters, loose women, bent cops...but the best bit is that it's all based on fact. In fact when they were showing this in Australia it was banned in some states as the trials of the people portrayed were still going on!
The characters are well written and the actors come from the cream of Australias crop. Les Hill, who used to play the lovely Blake in Home and Away, shows off all his talents and his hard man image :) Also Rodger Corser plays the very enigmatic policeman working his way from uniformed cop to detective. The violence is graphic but integral to the plot. Overall it is an extremely well written and produced if only British TV would buy it!...never mind, all the episodes are available for download at your local edonkey stop!

Now for the latest Australian soap "Out of the Blue" which started on the BBC this afternoon...the first two episodes were quite promising and it looked to be a series which has had a bit of money thrown at it...the premise is that a group of twenty somethings go back to a Sydney resort area for a reunion, and all the drama starts from there including death, deception, hot lust and seaside...well as 'hot' as you can get at 2.15pm on a should have all the housewives creating static whilst enjoying it in their nylon overcoats wishing for a better life before the kids come home and the beery slob gets home from work...luckily I am on holiday this week so I will see how the first episodes pan out and let you know...

Most listened to song of my moment

Anna Ternheim...I know it's getting on a bit in age but i love her and I think that this deserves another airing.

Ciao x

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

...and as if by magic, summer arrived...

...well it arrived for at least one has been glorious, the back door is open, the smell of barbecues fills the air...the expensive waft of my 'Comme des garcons" fragrance plays merrily with the sunlit engorged air and I sit here feeling quite joyous and frivolous.

What have you been up to then?

As I have probably said I have been extolling the wonders of the lovely Delia Smith's book called 'How to Cheat' that book there is a lovely recipe for cottage pie and shepherds pie...well I have found a veggie alternative...instead of the tin of minced lamb or minced beef you can add a tin of 'Stag' (important that it is that brand) vegetable garden chilli to the recipe...mixed with the Aunt Bessies mash and gruyere topping it works really well and is just as magnificently tasty as the carniverous alternative.

The link above takes you to the video of 'Time to Pretend' by MGMT (Not available for hiis!)which is a stunning song that I only came across from watching 'Skins' ....the album is bloody magnificent! This is definitely on my list for the best of 2008 so far. Another great album is by the 'Last shadow puppets' who did a magnificent turn on the Jools Holland show the other night...The arttic monkeys man showed great maturity in the writing of these songs and the album has track after track ofr spaghetti western/ Lee hazelwood really is an album that eveyone should have.

I saw this film yesterday and it is a great example of excellent british movie making, it's a beautiful coming of age story about friendship, guns, girls and Rambo! The film is funny, extremely well acted and the period pieces are just about spot on...if you want a really feelgood night out then I can't do any more than to urge you to see this the way I was shedding a tear or two by the end, just to warn all of you sensitive leos out there!

Mike....I love you :)

Ciao x

Monday, April 14, 2008

Bust a nut to the aussiebums jock...

Tonight my friends I am accusing Nintendo Corp of creating panic buying and inflated pricing (allegedly) you know why?...well I shall tell you...Mario Kart Wii was released on Friday, it's the great new game with the driving wheel. Of course the whole world wants one including what happens?...Nintendo let a few thousand into the country and thats it, all gone...Saturday morning at the shops there were none to be found, it was like xmas in fucking April. There were tears and tantrums, not only from me my friends, but a whole lot of other people...what happens next?...surprise surprise they all start popping up on ebay, on average 10 pounds more expensive than in the shops!...This is where the problem lies, Nintendo sell to retailers, retailers don't sell them in their shops, retailers sell them on ebay...with everyone scrambling for the best price frantically bidding miniseconds before the end auction time...yes,i have just bought one, yes i paid slightly over the top for one but hey!...I'm sure it's going to be glorious when it arrives...
PS...the same happened with 'Sonic and Mario at the Olympics'

Still on the Wii front I will give credit to Nintendo for producing an amazing bit of kit called Wii Fit which is out soon in the the trailer and prepare to be entranced...

Yes it looks excellent but it still ain't gonna help my lardy arse do any press ups in the near future!

The days go by...but the problems just get worse...

Having lived in Africa for five years I know that these people do not deserve the treatment they are getting...if you can do ANYTHING to let them here that you want to help (even if it's just starting a blog and filling it full of anti Mugabe videos) then please do, everything counts!

film of the week

It's a really enjoyable thrill ride.......

video of the day

ciao x

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Transient hamsters are the reason for job losses...


well what a shambles Glastonbury Festival has turned out to be this serious headliners (Jay Z, Neil Diamond and Leonard Cohen? WTF?) loads of unsold tickets (last festival they were sold within two hours, it's overpriced itself out of reach with a crap lineup...Michael Eavis has possibly gone quite mad! His daughter Emily is just massaging her ego...they did rescue themselves with one band though 'Band of Horses' who happen to be on my most played list....but I am not paying 160 pounds to see one band in three swamp filled days (it will be a miracle if it's not!).
It's a real shame but if this is the way things are going to go then I think Glastonbury ought to bow out gracefully before the rot sets in even further.
Glastonbury Festival R.I.P.

A defining moment from Faithless (Glastonbury 2002)

Well what I predicted would happen in Zimbabwe did happen...Mugabe and his drunken machete wielding troops are once again running riot on peaceful villages and towns, white farmers are being terrorised even further and nobody seems strong enough over there to get rid of him...I say Enough is Enough, let him face the special forces...Bring it on!

I felt I was in an episode of Sex and the City last night, I went with a friend to a friends house where there was also another friend who joined us. The next three hours were spent with coffee, chinese food, ruminating over decent revenge tactics, what we like in bed, how to keep a man, how to get a man, how to get rid of a man when you don't want him was exhausting but deliciously day I may write my memoirs in which I will go into greater detail...but in the meantime, you know who you are ;)

Album of the week

Yes, i know it's the film trailer but the album is terrific too !

have a nice couple of good to each other :)
ciao x

Friday, April 04, 2008


Hi greaser guys and cool chicks!'s that time of the day...the time to read piddys blog, now i know i've been a bit erratic with the postings but time just gets the better of me sometimes and these days the only time I get to write is in between work in the funeral parlor...possibly not the most condusive place to write but very possibly the most peaceful :)


I have decided to experiment a bit with writing, what I aim to do is to become a new author on the gay porn circuit to see if I could get published...I have a list of publishers who are accepting new writers so I held a little survey on my favourite Gay socialising site to see what scenarios and fetishes turned guys on when they were reading...having got some useful feedback I have now draughted out a rough story in which I aim to have about 2 orgasms per chapter as that seems to be the acceptable rule. I'm not going to say much more for now but will keep you posted on how it is going...I may put little excerpts on here but have to be careful as the site can be accessed by minors....

DVD of the week

Buy 'Cloverfield' now!

Album of the week
moby will release his sixth studio album last night on 31st march (uk) & 1st april (usa) 2008. the album was recorded in moby's home studio in manhattan ny and features a number of guest vocalists and includes the original 70's mc grandmaster caz one of the writers of rappers delight, sylvia from kudu, the uk's mc aynzli and the nigerian 419 squad.

moby on 'last night'
'"last night" is basically a love letter to dance music in new york city. what i love about the new york approach to dance music is the eclecticism and the open minded-ness on the part of the musicians, the dj's, and the people in the bars and clubs. in making 'last night' i essentially tried to take a long 8 hour night out in new york city and condense it into a 65 minute long album

It really is a magnificent album !

Just going back to the porn I forgot to say that if any of you lovely readers have especially filthy minds then please leave any scenarios or fantasies in the comments box :)

Ciao xx


Monday, March 31, 2008


A bit of a serious one today...Fitna is the word being uttered today from hushed political and Islamist's also a word which is the title of a short but horrifying film about extreme Islamism which has been created by Dutch politician Geert Wilders.
The film juxstaposes visions of extreme terrorism with highlighted extracts from the Quran. The idea of the film is that extremeist Islam has had it's 15 minutes of fame and now it's time for it to be outlawed. How successful this film is to put across that point of view to the viewer is up to them. Personally at times I found the 17 minute film racist and disturbing on the part of the Dutch politician but then you see image on image of dead americans, dead jews, dead gays, dead women and it tends to turn your thoughts to anger.
The film is not easy at all to watch but i think it needs to be seen. I was going to post the film on the blog here but threats and violent acts have already been made against people supporting or promoting the film.
Please therefore click on the link (or copy and paste it into your browser header) if you would like to see's a very sad world that we have to survive in....


One thing we have to remember is that 99% of Islamists are beautiful and peaceful people, please don't lose that thought.

lots of love and peace x

Sunday, March 30, 2008

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

lets face the music and dance....

well easter comes and goes, one God gets crucified and resurrected whilst another in another culture gets's very hard to keep up with the coming and going of Gods you know....wouldn't it be great to be so multi cultured that you could celebrate something every day and never have to work even though you would get paid as they are official holidays! do realise that if you looked at our calendar you could actually do this, apart from March..that seems to be lacking in any sort of God days but does have the most German national hoilidays I believe...oh well, we British don't even get a day off for St George (good job too as it probably would be taken over by the BNP as a national fascist day!) so the likelihood of being allowed to have any more fun is about...nil !

What does everyone know then?...I am lacking in information today, nobody has imparted anything...I have not come across anything salacious although I have heard something about a Radio 1 DJ, apacket of cheese straws and a well known bald musician...but the liable judges would be on to me straight away :(

I'm sat here thinking of where to go on holiday and it's a real quandry... I don't have my little Lisa this year as she has been whisked away by a knight in shining armour, my other half Mike doesn't like the sun and heat so I can't go to my usual haunts (even though I'm sure he would have a ball) and so that is the point I have i go by myself and look like billy no mates for two weeks? I know one thing, I have to have a holiday where I can escape from this shit hole of a country...but what to do, what to do....answers in the comments box at the end of todays blog please...

'Brick Lane' (trailer above) is a beautiful film...I watched it yesterday evening and was spellbound by the wonderful acting of the main protagonists, it's quite a sad story but a daring and contemporary one as regards to Indian culture and beliefs. The cinematography in the films overture is beautiful, showing a life of peace happiness and beauty in the Indian countryside which is counterbalanced by the grime and grim surroundings of Brick Lane later in the film. I don't really want to talk about the plot as that is something that needs to be explored and discovered and then discussed by yourselves. It really is a stunner of a film and I'm so glad that Film 4 keep finding and financing the films that it does. Go See it...

Muse - Haarp.....the's live, it's loud and it's fucking amazing.....nuff said...go buy :)

ciao xx

Friday, March 21, 2008

Sunday, March 16, 2008

one eye jack's still a peepin'...

First thing i want to say is ...Fuck you Alistair Darling and your fucking budget...I now nominate you cunt of the year and I really don't think anything will top it. Why the anger?...I'll tell you why, it's always the same people that get help in this country, married couples, children and older people...oh..and the rich...yet again there is nothing to help the single people of this country or those in same sex relationships. Labour has lost my vote, the party is now just another branch of the Conservative Party and if someone paid me 5000 pounds to leave the country I would gladly do so!

I also feel very cultured today as I have bought a ticket to a very posh you might think...but wait, it's a freaky mind fuck opera which has been based on David Lynch's masterpiece 'Lost Highway''s being produced by the English National Opera and the production promises audio visuals, electronic treatments and spatially confusing utterly thrilling, can't wait to get to The Young Vic to see it on April 7th...the great news is it's only 30 pounds per ticket :)

Piddy's Playlist Classic

Sparks - Perfume

Piddy's DVD Release of the week

An Awesome bloody film!

ciao x

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

The Editors....watching All Sparks

hi kids...Doesn't two weeks fly when you are having fun...took a little holiday but back now and raring not to go!

We went off to see 'The Editors' a few days ago at the wondrous Alexandra Palace in Londinium...what a gig....a very cool affair indeed!
The train down was fine and we landed at St Pancras International Sattion/Airport in the early evening...You could see the tension and excitement in Little Lisa's eyes as we boarded the tube towards Wood Green (on the piccadilly line, 7 stops) and travelled towards our destination.
Once out of the tube we had the thrill of taking a free shuttle bus up to the Palace...I had considered walking when I first saw my multimap print out of our route...but no fucker tells you that the route is just one totally huge hill...and so I'm glad we didn't...we were thrown onto the bus and herded upstairs where I sat next to a lovely girl who smiled at me knowingly thinking 'he's so excited'...Lisa sat up the fron a few seats forward. One big hill later and we arrived at the Palace...what an awesome building it is, harking back to times gone by and the thing that i detest most in this world, royalty. Great venue though...gigantically huge...we found our way into the great hall after a running buffet of Hot dog and spring roll (at very reasonable prices I must add) and stood and waited for the first band to appear...

Friends like these...mobius band

The mobius Band are an ultra hip ensemble who threw us into a magical world of elctro indie rock....excellent display of musicianship and showmanship....their time with us was too short...i should really like to partake of musical exposure with them once more.

Sons and Daughters - Guilt complex

Sons and Daughters took to the stage next and although not as good as the mobius band they were enjoyable for a while...I just kept getting taken back to the sound of The Revillos from my new wave days...even close enough to say that Adele could be the bastard daughter of Fay from The Revillos :)
They are from Glasgow, they were produced by Brett from Suede, they are a festival band, watch them fly!

Then onto the main set...the lights lowered, the screams resounded around the cavernous auditorium, the stage lights lit up wildly and there was Tom playing his keyboards right in front of us...woo hoo!

An End Has a Start - The Editors

what then took place was a 75 minute power walk through the hits of one of the most musically brilliant bands around at the moment...the sound was spot on, everyone was having fun, Tom did his funny little microphone movements (to lisas delight)

Munich - The editors

...we all did the bouncy bouncy (well, because i is so tall I just nodded my head up and down to look like I was bouncing!)...singing, singing, singing, wanting more...a great great show...the encore came upon us and two thirds the way thyrough the sound was pulled...they had gone over the 10.30pm limit as set by the local council and so they just pulled the plug!..that was quite shocking but the band and the crowd took it mostly in good humour...after an excellent gig like that you couldn't help but just to smile...

All Sparks - The Editors

ciao xx

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Revue a go go...

Mark Ronson does it live, oh he so does....what a terrific night last Friday at The Hammersmith Carling Apollo when Mark Ronson visited on the London leg of his mini tour.
The whole evening consisted of nearly 4 hours of live music. 1st support slot went to 'Dan le sac vs Scroobius Pip' who were amazing...I always describe him as an electronic and more vitriolic 'Streets'...his set featured his singles 'thou shalt always kill' 'The beat that my heart skipped' and 'Letter to God'..he was charismatic and deserved a larger audience although the keen ones(including me and lisa) who did manage to get in first were treated to a very cool set from someone who could quite possibly be a name for 2008.

The Beat That My Heart Skipped.

2nd Support slot went to the utterly fabulous 'Rumble Strips' who very much reminded me of the 'Farmers Boys' for the 00'ies. The rumbles have a very cute lead singer called Charlie who is very charismatic and holds the band together extremely well...the set consisted of material from the recently released Debut album. The horn section were terrific and the guys kept the atmosphere on top as they entertained us for about 40 minutes.

Alarm Clock

Mark Ronson then took to the stage at around 9.20 and presented his revue for the next hour and three quarters. Mark is a great producer and an adequate guitarist but his arrangements of songs are what he does best and all of his guest starts such as Daniel Merriweather, Candy Paine and Tim Burgess (from the Charlatans)laid testament to that fact on Friday night, it really took the format of Guest comes out, guest does the track or two off the album 'Version' and then guest does a song off their own album or really harkened back to the days of the Motown revue etc... where a house band would play with the featured vocalists taking it in turn. This was not only something I had not seen in a long time, but it was also something that I think worked extremely well especially when hosted by the very good looking Mr personality who was Mark Ronson.
I have one gripe...the sound was quite muddled which was a shame...the vocalist were too 'in the mix' with the music which made it very hard to hear clear lyrics or the onstage repartee that went on between guests and Ronson. I thought that this might be one point that we would not have to worry about with Mark being a producer but no..the sound was dodgy...the stage was a spectacle though so what the hell!

Charlie and Mark doing 'Back to Black'

Sweet baby was a good night :)

ciao xx

Fucking Matt Damon - Jimmy's Revenge!

Just count the stars! and don't miss the bits towards the end!

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Slipstream - A Film by Sir Anthony Hopkins

I'm breathless having just watched this amazing piece of existentialist cinema written and directed by our very own Sir Anthony.

It's obvious that the style of the film will gain comparisons with David Lynch, dreams, mystery, films within a film and like Lynch the editing, sound and cinematic process has been cared for and nurtured very carefully.

To be honest, I was really surprised with how well this film works although I did feel at one point that there were slightly too many characters to make the piece totally convincing.

If you like Lynch I really urge you to watch this film...the criminal thing is that no distributors have taken the film up for showing in this I really understand why directors and actors have very little faith in the British Cinema system.

The good news is you can buy from ' USA' for 14.99 from the 26th Feb.

Monday, February 18, 2008

Sunday, February 17, 2008

The blog about the night out...

Howdy! dudes and dudesses...

Saturday night was a fun evening to go out...I was treating my life partner to a dinner for Valentines so we went out to one of the local Chinese restaurants 'The China Palace', earlier in the day I had phoned up to book a table and the lovely Chinese man told me that I would not need to book but just turn up. So we did. We got to the door...'have you booked''you need to book at the weekend'...i phoned this morning and was told i did not need to book...then lots of running, scowls, chinese shouting and a quick walk to the table which was moved away from another table next to it, thus leaving the man on the other table to nearly fall off his chair as he was using our table as an elbow leaning post.
Having settled down we aimed straight for the crispy duck had just been refilled and i managed to get there just before a big queue formed (or was it me that caused the queue?) I piled my little pancakes up, cucumber, spring onions and hoi sin sauce with a pile of fresh crispy duck and headed back...Mike followed.
Next plateful was a cornucopia of tasting bits with some dim sum, prawn toasts, noodles, king prawn, seaweed (which iwas told was deep fried cabbage but i'm not sure) and satay chicken was lovely, there was so much more to try but I can't eat that much these days...Mike was tempted with a piece of gateau and bought me back a grape (how loving)...where we were sat was just by the pudding section and at one point it looked a bit most of us would sit down and just keep an eye out for replenishments, but not these three heffers that decided to stand right next to us waiting for top ups of caramel balls and yum yums whilst their steely pots of ice cream melted in their waiting hands...they had huge arses and you could see why!'s a nice restaurant although a little busy, next time I might go during the week.

some j-pop for you

We then decided to top the evening off at the local gay pub 'The Barley Mow' was still fairly early when we got there so we sat down and looked one corner were sat a few aged gentlemen, one of whom turned out to be celebrating his eightieth birthday...80 years a queen (that was more than Victoria wasn't it?). His name was Ray, I found that out by walking into a banner saying 'Happy 80th birthday Ray', it had balloons and was most tasteful. I must say though that they did look like the Big Gay Mafia, all in their dark suits with scarves hanging around their off the shoulder jackets. In another corner were the three stooges, three young guys who trailed around like baby ducks looking for a mother duck..they were most amusing, especially when two of them went outside without telling the was like watching a meerkat on heat, his little face was a look of panic until his mates came back in.
The drunken Lesbians were in the music room...they did not give Lesbains a very good name, and were the equivalant of a mans rugby team in a pub...mind you, Lesbians these days look a lot more feminine than they used to, I remember the short haired, dungareed lesbians from my youth..but these are no more..they are still as loud though!
As time drifted by we people watched...we saw the rent boys walking through the pub one way and then the other, looking for an easy target to get an evenings supply of drinks before giving them a quick blowie on the way home to justify their spend out. We saw a very hunky guy (who I knew from somewhere but i couldn't remember...I exclaimed to Mike during the evening that I remembered 'I shagged him...' but then told him it was a lie...he didn't like that ;) ) That poor guy looked like he had been stood up though, he kept looking at his watch and seemed rather dejected and I did feel sorry for him, I've been there...I know how that feels!
The music got louder and the drinks flowed...after a while we decided to go home and left The Barley Mow to revel in it's debauchery for the rest of the night...

That was a great night...

ciao xx

cute animals later

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Valentines day Mascaras

happy valentines day you orrible little scrote bags...hope you had a lovely one and i hope the cherub of love pricked his arrow into some of your big fat lurve asses out there. For those of you not getting laid tonight I present a selection of light reading...refreshments can be provided from your own reserve but i reccommend a nice icy crisp sauvignon blanc to go along with todays approved readings...

First of all I have to point you in the direction of here...

This is the most random protest against scientology that i have ever was peaceful, fun and good humoured...just what protests should be like...I think the scientologists holed up in both locations were pretty embarrassed by the end of the day! An excellent bit of blog use which I would be so proud of if it was mine. Aretha Franklin got all arsey because Beyonce introduced Tina Turner at the grammys with the title 'Queen of Soul'...well Aretha Franklin better get herself off her very fat agrophobic arse and prove to the world that she still is the 'queen of soul' and not just sit there fucking moaning about it!

Oh good god I am deffo hooked on the latest series of 'Torchwood'...for those of you who did not see the second episode of the double bill last night you are in for a traumatic event next week that transcends any other traumatic event in the history of 'Torchwood' prepared. This series is so well written compared to the last and each week brings a new level of emotion to the stories...I may have progressed to a whole roll of toilet paper by the end of the series.
Another series that I am now getting back into is 'Lost'..I am still half way through Series 3 of the programme but catching up rapidly...I can't believe that Claire is Jacks half sister...who the fuck saw that coming!...hang on...didn't he have boinky boinky thoughts towards her in the first few episodes...something to do with a pregnancy fetish bought on by too much womens bits surgeries? Yay Lost!

A great start to the new series of 'Skins', the whole cast has come together really well but I do feel sorry for Tony which I'm not comfortable television characters with a disability of any kind are shown as helpless cases...why should this was a nice touch with Maxie helping him to write his signature. We'll see how it goes but It may turn out that it would have been kinder to kill him off...thats if the writers don't get it right!

ciao xxx

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

We Crawl...

A great new single from our friends at Polyphonic Spree land...bless 'em

Trout Meat Frenzy!

Is it wrong to be stood with a straight male work colleague and look a guy up and down, make a loud "phwoar" noise and say to your colleague that you think the guy has a lovely arse?...not that I have, it's just that two were eyeing up a couple of ladeez today and I was actually quite offended at what was said..I suppose things don't work both ways in straight world after all.

Aw, I remember the days a couple of years back when I used to answer peoples comments and I have a fair amount of people reading the blog I get nothing, not one comment or question...c'mon...pleeeeze...i enjoy hearing what you all think about what I write and say...well, when I say 'all' I mean 'all apart from my sister', she can fuck right off!

The Grammys - what a really good show it was...I thought Amy was absolutely stunning and my how healthy she looked, she was positively radiant...if only someone could teach her how to speak properly!...we love her really and her 5 grammys showed up most Americans that were there!...the yanks love dragging them out don't they, Bruce Springstenn, John Fogerty, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard...even Tina Turner had a go and managed very well without her Tena senior falling out and splashing to the sparkly catwalk stage. Kanye West was damn sexy, Alicia Keys was hot...

Kanye with Daft Punk

Amy - doin' it large!

Ooh only a week away till Lisa and me go off to Londinium to see Mark Ronson and friends in concert...I wonder if a certain miss Winehouse will pay us a visit?

I'm a bit busy tonight but will be back on Thursday..would you like to hear more of the story 'September Days'...or something else....let me know!

Ciao xx

Saturday, February 09, 2008

"fucking matt damon"

an absolute classic from Sara Silverman on the Jimmy Kimmell the whole clip :)

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Blog spurt!

hello folks....after a few technological challenges I am back with you once, my pretties...take a shiny cushion, sit on a comfy sofa and let your mind take in all the verbal garbage that is about to appear in front of you ;)

Interviews...why are they so fucking scary! I had an internal interview at work for a new position that they were setting up, so i filled in my application form and waited about a week to be told that I had an interview the week after (today). I went all prepared this morning to be grilled, first of all I had to complete a test (financial and literal) which took 30 minutes, then I had to go and be interviewed by three people that I know relatively well, one of whom would be my new line manager, for another 30 minutes...I got i8n the room and settled down with my glass of water, that was it...I had palpitations, I perspired, I rambled like a twat, I spoke 9 to the dozen and in the middle of it all I just stopped and said 'excuse me for a second but i need to calm down'...i breathed slowly, took a swig of water which seemed to last 2 minutes in slow motion but in relaity was only about 3 seconds, I placed my hands on my lap, smiled and said 'okay, we can go again now'...after that i was okay, tha panic had gone, I started to laugh with them and the rest of the interview went like a breeze. The only negative thing really was that they didn't write much down (which isn't really a good sign in competancy bades interviews) but hey, I did I have to wait till Friday to see what happened...

Blameless Bosses....why is it that when bosses think that they're teams have a negative attitude, the bosses are never to blame...hmmm

'Cancer' by 'My Chemical Romance'

Well it's time for another bit of Piddy I am attempting a sort of Mills and Boon/ Danielle Steele's going to be a sad ride...

September Days (part 1)

It was a Sunday afternoon in late August when Jaqui found out that she was dying...the illness didn't matter, it was the matter of fact way that the words tumbled out the private doctor's full and pouting lips that took her by suprise. Yes, she knew she was ill, yes she knew that it was a long term illness but NO! she did not know that it was an illness that would cut her life short. She stared at the doctor for what seemed to be a whole season and then just looked away, pools of water collecting slowly on the linoleum floor of the upmarket ocean-side surgery. The doctor called after her but she stared into the distance and just walked and walked and walked, further and further along the shore. She passed Seagulls pecking at a rotting rodent corpse, she saw crabs splashing around in rock pools, she smelt the salt in the sea and shook her head as the ocean breeze tousled her hair into tight tiny knots. It was then that she cried, she howled an ungodly sound that came deep from within her tortured body, she wracked every muscle as she uncontrollably wept for things that should have been but never would be...hopes that would never become reality, dreams that would never far as she was concerned it was over.
It was a good two hours before she hit the road home...Jaqui had inherited a 2 bedroomed weather board house in the ocean town of 'Trois Chats', literally translated as Three Cats, so she walked slowly and methodically back, wondering how many more times she would be able to do this. She retreated into the warmth of the house, curled up by the television on the huge family sofa and slept soundly through the hours of the nightfall.

The telephone woke her from a deep sleep. Disorientated she picked up the handset and said a weak and horse 'hello' was a guy called Sammy on the line, he introduced himself and informed Jaqui that he had been phoned by the Doctor and as instructed he had phoned her to have a chat...she didn't know what he wanted but she did know that she needed coffee..she made her excuses and told Sammy that she would phone the Doctor to confirm what he had been telling her, she took Sammy's number and said that she would ring him back later that day...the coffee percolator bubbled and boiled on the stove and the whole room filled with an aromatic bliss.

(to be continued)

ciao xx

Thursday, January 31, 2008

Reverb made my ears bleed...

Fear....thats a wonderful all surmounting word, a word that has been the bane of my whole existence. I have decided that this word has always decided the path that my life has, love, home, all these lives intertwined with a 4 letter word. This could be quite a big year for me but at this very moment I am being held back by fear, the fear of not achieving the things that I want to achieve, the fear of moving on, the fear of leaving people and places behind. How do you overcome dear?...Yes you can tally negatives against positives, you can consult rhunes, you can go with your instincts but which one do I I have to make that decision or could i get someone to do it for me? I have people all around me spurring me on to achieve good things in life but my confidence is battling with the fear monster. I suppose I have always looked at myself as 'the guy who might have achieved something special' albeit in the entertainment field, the workplace field or the life skills field, God knows I've tried! In a couple of weeks I will know where fear is taking me next...join me on my travels...please wait and everything will unfold...

Lisa came round for dinner last night, I cooked a sort of chilli thing which was rather tasty and then we sat and chatted. Facts that I deemed from our conversation. 1. Lisa is a beautiful person inside and out. 2. Lisa deserves to be loved. 3. Lisa would rather die first than have any harm come to her family. 4. Lisa loves laughing 5. Lisa is intelligent 6. lisa would love to marry someone who has no hang ups or baggage. 7. Lisa works too much 8. Lisa loves indie rock as much as me. 9. Lisa has the mind of a cinematographer. 10. Lisa is fairly careful with finaces 11. Lisa has a thing about pink and fluffy. 11. Lisa would like to live out her life on the Kenyan plains feeding lion cubs for a living ...oh no, sorry that last bit was my dream!

A couple of tracks from Sarah's brand new album 'Symphony'...outstanding!

God bless Jeremy Beadle, even though he was a nasty and very rude man in person!

ciao x

Friday, January 25, 2008

Yazoo woo hoo!


BIG BIG NEWS of the day is that Alison Moyet and Vince Clarke are getting back together for one more small tour to 'finish off what they started'...Yazoo fans in the 80's (me being one of them) got to see them live on the 'Upstairs at Erics' tour but they had split by the time the second album appeared. Alison and Vince have both decided that they want to give the live treatment to that album just for their fans.
The tickets are around £45 pounds and go on sale on the 1st February (but being on the Alison Moyet mailing list means you can get them now). Yours truly will be sat in the 4th row for their Hammersmith Apollo London gig in June :)
So today I present to you...Yazoo tribute day...

happy Yazoo weekend everyone!

ciao xx

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

The final frontier.....woo hoo!

Monday, January 21, 2008

'Women Behind Bars' special

ahh sweet memories of a friday night before 'Hitman and her', Bea, lizzie and the gang used to thrill me with their exploits in 'Prisoner', (I only mention this as I have just got my hands on every one of the 692 episodes ever made and will start to watch them imminently!)...I used to sit in awe as the big butch lesbians all fought and spat anger at each other. It was other worldly and not a part of Australian culture that I had seen when living there for 7 years as a child. I really can't remember my mum ever saying "stay away from big butch lesbian ladies wit tattoos" when we were trolling down the street on the way to the beach. 'Prisoner ' was a beautifully crap series with ham fisted acting, flimsy sets and horrible costumes...but it became an iconic gay was full of tragic women leading tragic lives in a tragic environment...what else could a good gay want?

...well there was always 'Within these walls' starring Dame Googie Withers as a governor with a heart in an English Womens prison..quite a bit more refined than the Australian counterpart. Out of interest 'Prisoner' was only created in Australia as the Aussies wanted something a bit more gritty than the English 'Within'. The prisoners were a lot nicer in the English version and were serving time for crimes not as decadent as the Australians...such as '3 months for making Damson jam out of season', '6 months for knitting scarves in summer weather' and the ultimate 'life for not laughing at Last of the Summer Wine'. In reality, having been into a womens prison, Holloway in fact, I can attest that it is one of the scariest places I have ever been soon as the first inside gate locked i was being ogled, wolf whistled at and attempted groping took place. It was not nice, damn those women behind bars and long live their fabricated stereotypes :)

ciao xx

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Bless the flamboyant gentlemen!

Well that was interesting...someone just told me something which i cam't tell anyone else...but it involves the words Tom, Kristian, cock, heaven,! I am sure it will hit the papers when there is not enough news or when a certain someone runs out of money lol ;)

People have been mailing me in their millions to ask what the deal with the Gillian and David pictures is that i posted yesterday...well there is a new stand alone x files film coming out (nothing to do with alien abduction)and it started filming on December 10th, but it may just be a one off...i hope not, a nice occasional film would be good :)

(video is season 5 from scullys perspective with music by Lacuna Coil)

So whats happening in your world today? world is full of light banter, dinner with a close friend, conversations with my lover, thoughts about my mum and dad, rain and wet pavements, smells of wet dogs, wii acrion, Super Mario Galaxy, Lemon popsicle, episode 1 of Prisoner cell block H (691 to go), biscuits, chicken mayonnaise baguette, medication, work, dead people, goodbyes to a leaving friend, feeling fluffy, red wine, taxis....thats what my world is today!

I'll probably be back tomorrow if the feeling takes me :)

ciao xx

YoU THoughT i HaD GONe but i HAve OnlY juST Got goinG, sWEet sWEet meAt

oh sweet there nothing Boy George won't do?

Friday, January 18, 2008

Thursday, January 17, 2008

I've got those deep space motherfucker blues...

It's been one of those days today, you know the ones, you feel lethargic, fed up, unloved, worthless and only finding solace with the worm at the bottom of the tequila bottle... it was one of those sort of days.

It started when I got called out to a client at 6.30am just as i was trying to have a shit (come to think of it I never went back to finish)and you know what it's like people to get disturbed mid turtle head push...anyway i raced down to the client to find that she wasn't ill at all and she just wanted to speak to her family..fuming i went back upstairs and it got worse from then on...I broke a favourite mug as i was quaffing my preferred breakfast beverage, I half fell down the stairs as i was going to work, i walked the corridors at work hoping something exciting might happen but it didn't...the day went by....i went up for a sandwich and got interrupted by contractors as soon as i took the first bite (not returning to aforementioned sandwich before it had curled enough to look like one of madonnas flick backs)...i went back to work and spent the afternoon listening to people moan about various things. That was it! life was monotonous for one whole day and i hated it...please God don't let it happen again. I don't want to become humdrum, i've never done anything bad enough to become humdrum...i want to sparkle and be the social butterfly that i deserve to be, I want to be rubbed up as I walk through party rooms, I want people to gasp when I appear in doorways....i don't want much do I?

This made me feel a bit happier :)

well it's Friday tomorrow but as I am working all weekend it really means fuck all so for those of you with days off and happy things planeed...fuck you, you bleeding heart liberals ;)

keep watching 'Damages' on Sunday's awesome :)

The 1st episode of Torchwood series 2 last night...fuck me it was good...i have no words to tell you how good it was...just watch the repeat or download it where you can...

ciao xx

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Please buy me one!

The big fool and the hairy chipmunk...

Well! fuck me with a flagpole and call me Daphne....there I was sat with my dead friends at work this evening when there was an almighty crash and a car near enough came flying through the bay window in the other office (well okay, it wasn't quite so dramatic but it sounded like it)I rushed outside to see a poor Peugot with it's little legs knocked out from under seems that a big old van had hit the stuck out wheel of the car and belted it's axel...the stupid thing is that he just drove off with about 5 different people taking down his number may well be a police visit for him this evening then!

Do you know I actually spoke to a friend of mine who didn't know what 'Cloverfield' is...thats like asking if Chanel make perfumes tee hee.

The pot is now no longer allowed to call the kettle black, it is allowed to say it is an ethnic kettle.

Oh good god has anyone seen that howler of a new soap called 'Echo Beach'...i thought programme making like that went out with 'Albion Market' or 'Eldorado' stinks to high heaven...and whats with the weird Jason Donovan accent that he's got and the very mumsy looking Martine (i sang in my fair lady on a couple of nights) McCutcheon. They ooze sex appeal about as much as a used lavatory brush....cleverly the writers have been able to say it's a spoof due to the 'Moving Wallpaper' programme before it (which is genuinely quite amusing)but ther premise of the actual soap is just a rehashed 'Home and Away' type storyline set in the surfers paradise of Cornwall...i know!, i pissed myself laughing too!

Jason as I like to remember him ;)

Wow!...watched the Golden Globe winner "There will be blood" last night...what an awesome film from Director PT Anderson (Magnolia, Punch Drunk Love). Daniel Day Lewis acts as if his life depends on it and the story is just superb...what a treat for the eyes, my first Piddy film hit of the year!

now go batton down the hatches , the big wind's a comin'

ciao x

Friday, January 11, 2008

Cloverfield 5 minute clip!...OMG!

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Hillary Rodham Clinton for President....

well thats what you will see me cheering on for the next few months...its what the USA needs, a coherent, intelligent woman to lead their country back from the brink of total lunacy which has been caused by the in bred half wit known as George dubbleya Bush. Hilary has it in her and I believe she will succeed...believe me folks, it really would be the right thing. Join me in the crusade :)

well xmas came and went, cool presents, lots of food and drink, illness death and pestulence but i think we came out the other end rather well...i don't think i want to spend any more xmases in England now though, i've had my fill...I'm and exotic person who needs to be somewhere exotic!

Radiohead Nude...a beautiful song from an ugly band ;)

Facebook - the violent option. Did you know that if you type in the web address you normally use for facebook and add a 1, 2 or 3 after the www bit you will get a hyper violent and obscene facebook which does different things like "piddy stuffs your balls down your throat" in Superpoke. You can buy and sell your friends into the east european sex market and get written reports on what happens to them in horribly graphic detail. Also one of the most fascinating things is that it lets peoples imaginations run riot and only recently "Piddy has fisted Ken Livingstone" "Piddy has made Davids rectum bleed" and " Piddy has fingered Lisa with a five knuckle shuffle" great is that!
Some of the applications are a bit tasteless though, such as the "Madeline piece by piece treasure hunt" "which sexual disease are you dying from" and "are you fucked up enough to live until your next birthday"...if that sounds like fun then give it a go, but please say i didn't warn you!

It's a great and beautiful it win oscars!