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  1. Equinox Festival - Anybody been?

    Hello Paul, I am going! The decision has been made. I'm picking a mate up in Birmingham at around 10am tomorrow morning, and travelling up in me and my wife's campervan to the festival. It'll be a slower journey than if we went by car, so expect it'll be about 2pm by the time we get there. Don't suppose you know whether my mate will be allowed to pitch his tent next to the campervan do you? Be handy if they did allow this. Jesus - I've just realized all the shit that I need to do before then. Must get off here, for a while, and deal with the booze inward situation. Hopefully see you and your partner over the weekend Paul. I'll PM you my mobile number. Yog
  2. T minus & counting 2019

    This addiction is, I suspect, like having decided your lottery numbers in advance of the first ever national lottery in this country. Not only that but having decided them by using numbers which mean something to a person, and are re-occurring in life, like family birthdays, for example. By which I mean, it's hard to not comply with demands of a higher calling. And whilst in that vain, have I got a beauty - well, it's got all the right numbers in order. Just a few extra numbers present is all - just like my lottery tickets!
  3. Equinox Festival - Anybody been?

    Thanks for the response flannel. It's whetted my appetite to go that little bit more.
  4. Equinox Festival - Anybody been?

    Thanks man next door Strange things are afoot though. My wife declared that there's just too much to do around our new (old) house, and that she wasn't going to go to the festival, but that I should go with one of our friends, who bought a ticket on the strength that we were going. I really don't want to let our friend down, but also, I don't really want to spend my limited time on this planet not being with my wife. Too be honest, I'm all over the place on this one. I have asked my mate whether he'll know anybody there, and he says that he'll know a few. And the reason why he'll know a few is that this will be about his eight festival this summer ( five of them in a row) and he has made friends along the way, who have also been at other festivals he has attended. So, part of me thinks he'll be OK, and part says that I should go, on friendship principle. Then, about five minutes ago, I read of someone that part of it looks like it might be taking place in an old quarry. For reasons that elude me right now, that sounds like something that I'd like to witness. I'm thinking that there will be a good vibe, and maybe, just maybe, I need that vibe, to counteract the stress of my house move - long story, but, for the first time in my life, I hired a removals company. A company that quoted for the job, did two thirds of it, and then said that they weren't doing the rest unless they were paid more. Wow, did they drop us in the shit. I could go on about the domino affect that had on our lives, but will spare you. The thing is my wife's as happy as gurgling baby in this house, and sorting it is her pressure relief. I think that I may need to be in a quarry, getting off my box, and seeing / listening to the sights and sounds.
  5. Things that ur happy about

    Now, that is exciting. No wonder you are well happy. I've been to a few of those places and enjoyed them all. Good luck to you on your travels. Are you going to write a blog?
  6. Equinox Festival - Anybody been?

    Hello Paul. Can you PM me your email address. I think I know how to send you the ticket that way - but am not totally convinced. Got to start trying anyway. So. over to you Mission Control!
  7. Things that ur happy about

    How odd that you should say a lover spurned. I entered the furniture establishment with my, then, girlfriend, who was, without doubt, a bunny boiler. I had come to this conclusion via experience, and via both my family and life long friends queuing up to tell me as such. And they were right, in one respect. What they didn't know was that she was sexually abused as a child, and this fucked up and distorted her very being. By the way, she didn't tell me this either (she kept it to herself), I just 'know'. I used to feel animosity towards her, but no longer do. Somebody created her fucked up mind, and I really don't think it was her.
  8. Things that ur happy about

    Hello feral, I'm not sure. Of anything. Never have been, and can only assume never will be. That said, I think that the arousal I felt was chemically / biologically induced, as opposed to psychologically induced. Don't get me wrong, it was a fine looking sofa, but, under normal circumstances, would warrant getting a stiffy over. Just wondering - would it interest you that when I had to get rid of it, I actually attacked it with a sledge hammer, and slashed away at it's external leather covering with a Stanley knife? Do I dwell in serial killer territory, or am I just practical when it comes to getting rid of a sofa that when first sighted coincided with an erection? Got to dash - DFS are having a sale, and I must get down there, at all costs! Yog
  9. Equinox Festival - Anybody been?

    Hello there man next door, Me and my wife don't spend very much time apart in any 24 hour period. We may, at a push, spend some time apart in different rooms in the house, but that's about all. I can only tell you my reasons why this is. I have spent several decades being monumentally fucked off and depressed with life. Then my wife came along, and took all that sadness away. I kind of know it was the same for her, but that's not for me to say. Anyway, we just talk to each other and love each others company so much that we don't really part. It works for us ie if it ain't broke, don't fix it. Hope that you are having a lovely day. Yog
  10. T minus & counting 2019

    Hello guy, I was only joking when I said 'Bastards' - it was meant as you've drawn me in to this countdown again kind of way. Take it from me that I will, today, try and get a t shirt printed up and delivered by Wednesday so that I can wear it to see 'SPORDICS'. Got to dash. All the best guy. Yog
  11. Equinox Festival - Anybody been?

    Ticket is yours Paul.
  12. Things that ur happy about

    I've given it some considerable thought now, and on reflection, I think what I think. That I am not persuaded or forcibly influenced is a good thing. However, there always that element of doubt - if an advert appears on the telly in front of you, are you really not affected? I once drove and voluntarily walked in to a major league furniture show room, and pointed to the first sofa on the aisle and said 'that one' to a sales assistant. I think, on further reflection, that both he and I knew that I had an erection. For I had taken Viagra at some point during the night / evening before. So, essentially, I walked in to the shop, got a stiffy, pointed at a bit of furniture, and then tried to get out of the shop as soon as I could. Would you believe that I paid a shocking amount for some leather care products because the assistant asked me if I wanted them or not. I said of course I want them, knowing that acceptance of a shafting was going to be the easiest way out. I am happy that I remember this occasion, and that I still find it funny.
  13. Old Music Thread

    Taken by surprise by the size of my brainKnowing all the time all the lies all the gamesThinking up a storm when it storms it's going to rainTaking what's mine all the time, all the timeTake some for yourselfIt's all good for somethingAnd when there's no more to giveThe window will shine in the lightOn what's left for meKnowin' your mind, knowin' your mindThat you've got to rememberYou've got to remember, your nameKnowin' your mind, knowin' your mindThat you've got to rememberThat you've got to remember, your nameStaggering around, can't find a place to sit downNothing suits my assToast to some champagne of painI know you can bring us all a bottleRemember the time when time was a friendAnd you could make him lend you a handNow there's a place where taking takes placeAnd time just gets in your wayTake some for yourselfIt's all good for somethingAnd when there's no more to giveThe window will shine in the lightOn what's left for meKnowin' your mind, knowin' your mindThat you've got to rememberThat you've got to remember, your nameKnowin' your mind, knowin' your mindThat you've got to rememberYou've got to remember, your nameKnowin' your mind, knowin' your mindThat you've got to rememberYou've got to remember, your nameKnowin' your mind, knowin' your mindThat you've got to rememberYou've got to remember, your nameYeah, take some for yourselfIt's all good for somethingAnd when there's no more to giveThe window will shine in the lightTake some for yourselfIt's all good for somethingAnd when there's no more to giveThe window will shine in the lightOn what's left for meWhat's left for me
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