Thursday, 21 August 2008

21st August - Football

So far, so good. Me and Natasha have been sticking to our new fitness regime, which is working out to be a successful venture.

Yesterday I played 5 aside football. The final result was 11-10. I scored two goals, the last goal being the winning goal.

Feeling really pleased with myself, I decided to text my good friend, former president of Pakistan, Musharif. He didn't text back.

Maybe him and Putin are having lunch?

Tuesday, 19 August 2008

19th August - New Fitness Routine

So me and Natasha has embarked on a new fitness routine which was trailed yesterday with varied results.

The routine includes;

* 1 mile run.
* Push ups, sit ups, free weights on arms

The program was designed to give us a little bit of a workout, be able to fit in a 30 minute window, help us cut down on smoking and get us more involved as a couple

The program did just that!

Though there are some minor tweaks that still need to be made due to the slight gap between my baseline fitness and hers, we can both safely say that we thoroughly enjoyed it!

The most challenging part now is to do that on a daily basis!

....Oh and somehow stay awake whilst at work

Saturday, 16 August 2008

16th August - God you're are great

Wow can you believe how the weather has been holding up in the last two days?


I'll take my umbrella.

Grabbed the late show with Natasha, Charan, Jas, Lucky and his girlfriend last night for 'God Tusi Great Ho'.

Translation: God is great.

Good little Bollywood flick which carbon copies Bruce Almighty right to the very scene where Jim Carey pulls the moon closer and the world is in anarchy. Never the less, it was an enjoyable and at some points, a very funny movie.

We scoffed 3 large pizzas.

Kudos to the service at Pizza Hut, Feltham. They suck

Not much planned for today, had my washing machine installed today. The guy who installed it looked a little like Freddy Prince Jr, though I'm fairly certain that deep down he was an alien or a she-man.

Thursday, 14 August 2008

14th August - Midlife Crisis

Cycling back on my 6 mile route from work to home it suddenly occur ed to me that I'm having a midlife crisis.

Arguably, the majority would say that a mid-life crisis typically occurs around the age of 35.

Seeing as I'll probably die around 50, I'd say being 25 and going through a midlife crisis certainly holds true


So there I was cycling when it suddenly occur ed to me that my life has become nothing more than a routine. Wake up, go to work, work, go back home, eat, sleep and then the cycle continues.

This new and rather disturbing findings has led me to believe that not only do UFOs exist, but it is now time to introduce some radical changes in to my life. More specifically, to inject an element of excitement into this very old and hip dog.

It's time to take up those ballet lessons.

Note to self: Must win the lottery real soon

Wednesday, 13 August 2008

13 August - Juno

Watched Juno last night, what a boring film.

Me and Tasha ordered our groceries via online Tesco. What a rip off! Next time I'll try Asda.

So nothing much happening today other than configuring a couple of network devices in order to demonstrate to a perspective customer.

Exciting stuff... I love my job :-)

Monday, 11 August 2008

11th August - Black Monday

Watched 'Hancock' with Natasha and Charan yesterday. Good film, though the ending was mildly weak.

Work has been going a little slow today, it may have something to do with the wires being cut which would explain why I have no access to the Internet nor the phone system.

Work productivity is at an all time low

Welcome to black Monday.

Note to self: Kill the mail man before he delivers my P45 and buy an Ice cream.

Saturday, 9 August 2008

9th August - Panda with a hidden talent

Why do people refer to the post-reaction of consuming an intolerable amount of alcohol as being 'hung over' ? I certainly do not feel 'hung-over'! More like an incredible urge to throttle myself and be done with this misery!

So aside from getting completely intoxicated yesterday, I finally managed to kill that level 6 boss. I now play as Buffy, a seemly attractive computer generated image of a skimpy girl in hot pants...*drooling*

Me and Natasha watched Kung-Fu Panda today. It was gay.

God damn these cheap pirated DVDs. The image was so terrible that the lead character looked like a Panda. I suppose it was hilarious.

Note to self: Kill the Chinese guy with the bootleg DVDs and buy a cinema ticket

Friday, 8 August 2008

8th August - Last day of the Week, First day of my Blog

Being the sheep I've decided to follow the herd and jump on this fun bandwagon that we all know as 'Blogging'. When I first heard the phrase 'blogging' being coined around I instantly thought of a male mid 30's office worker sitting on the toilet and reading The Independent, his face is obscured by my lack of creative imagination, all I can see is the toilet cubicle, the blue shirt and the neatly pressed trouser at ankle length.

How wrong I was

Alas, after consulting with Mr. Glen Oogle and his distant cousin Wiki, I have managed to piece together the fact that blogging is the new age diary-like craze where one can even amass a steady fan base!


So it the last day of the working week! I have nothing planned for tonight. I will most probably play on my PlayStation and watch my dear beloved girlfriend flirt with my good friend while I stare hard at the TV screen trying to kill that all-so-annoying level 6 boss.

Perhaps I might even catch a glimpse of them making out from the reflection of the TV.

(Lets hope that there is no glare from the sun this time. Hmph)

Excellent, so this would not only confirm my suspicions but would also provide a legitimate reason when the prosecutor asks why I bought a AK47 sub-machine gun from eBay - Bargain!

Note to self: Kill the TV license man and buy a lottery ticket.

Something tells me I might win, it is after all 8th August 2008. The symbolic day of gambling - 888.