Bloggin’ from the Sofa

Today see me laid up at home with a sore throat… [shocking pic of my massive tonsils here]. I Googled tonsils, and reckon I’ve got the biggest. You can set your watch by the back of my mouth. First sign of Autumn, bang go the tonsils. Anyway, I’ve ‘seen’ the and it’s paracetamol, rest and plenty of fluids. And as one of the most developed places in the world, us Northern Europeans are the most sick. Mind you, Edward de Bono says here that creative people need to relax….

All this got me thinking though, how to spend the perfect ‘day off’. I reckon: get up, pad round the house in trackies n slippers, quick peek at the web, hmmm, rain outside, Ealing comedy on BBC2, duvet, sofa, cheese on toast, herbal tea… anyone top that?

2 Responses to “Bloggin’ from the Sofa”

  1. 1 Lee September 29, 2004 at 5:20 pm

    Lazy sod. You should be necking down a Vodka ‘n’ Lemsip Max Strength and coming in to work.

    The only thing you are missing is a couple of hours watching the indoor bowling live on BBC2.

    Classic sickness telly that is. Just the right level of excitement and tension and you have to admit – that Paul chap from Wigan really can roll a good line with pace and accuracy…

  2. 2 nico December 1, 2004 at 4:37 pm

    i have been doing the same this week, but with dr strangelove and dal curry rather than cheese on toast…mmm those chillies really clear your head. nice blogweb.

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September 2004

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