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Yoghurt on a Stick

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  1. That's fairly gross, alright. A better appetiser suppressant than many a class A, I suspect.
  2. I hadn't realised what was going on with the votes system, so have now also up voted too. I'm not comfortable with an innocuous point of view being chastised in such a manner.
  3. I'd love to see the sight from the top of Snowdon, but have yet to achieve it. I drove there once with that very intention in mind, but the top was covered in cloud, so it would have been a pointless journey. I reckon i'd have caught the train up in any case, as I've become a lazy bastard. Now that (the laziness) is something that I do need to address. Before I met my wife I used to go for a swim at 6.30am and then go to the gym in the evening, every day. I was fit then, but am not so now. My local park has recently installed a lot of external gym equipment, which is free to use. I keep saying to myself that I should get down there and use it, but I can procrastinate for my country.
  4. I should imagine that Jay Pee's and my way are very different. I was once bought a book on 'meaningfulness' but never read it. I'm not really in to reading self help / self discovery books. Unsurprisingly I like reading true life books about international drug smugglers!
  5. I used to be riddled with demons (all family related) , especially when I used to smoke dope. It never occurred all the time, otherwise I'd have stopped smoking the stuff. Other drugs never bothered me, which is why I'll still take them to this day - in fact, every day. I still get the odd twinge after having had a smoke. I try to battle it with logic when it occurs, but once the seed has been planted it's difficult to overcome. I guess it would be much more preferable to limit my intake to weekends only, but even then I'd only be doing it because of the cost element. It'll sound corny / stupid possibly, but I've always thought that I'd prefer to have a shorter life span doing what I want to do, than have a longer one restricting what I want to do. I think it's fair to say that I'll never make it to a care home, but that's OK. Who wants to be wheeled out and forced to watch Cash in the Attic in a communal lounge anyway!?
  6. That's very interesting. Is the main force that drives that perspective from within, or is it concluded by 'listening' to external 'pressures'?
  7. I used to play that basic tennis game when games first came out, but soon gave up on that, and subsequent games, for very much the reason you have stated ie that they are, in my opinion, futile. However, I accept (with gritted teeth) that other people like playing them. I guess it's the same with anything like music, art etc, in that the appreciation of them is very much subjective. Not sure what I'm trying to say, other than that if we want a live and let live environment, then we've got to learn to live and let live - I guess.
  8. All out for 67!? Even with my very scant knowledge of cricket, I know that's a drubbing.
  9. https://getyarn.io/yarn-clip/4a01ce3a-4c29-4a63-acc4-aca0a9057020
  10. I have no idea, because I never asked him that question. However, as soon as I manage to get a hold of a gangle pin for the time machine I'm constructing, I promise that I will go back in time, and ask him him. I guess that I could find his current whereabouts and do the same thing, but am quite content with the current status of our relationship - which is non existent.
  11. I shared a house once with one of my brothers, and a lad I then knew. When the lad arrived to stay at the house he said straight away that we were never to eat the plain yoghurt that he would put in the fridge. When asked why, he informed us that his ex wife had given him thrush, and that one of the remedies involved him putting his bell end in to a tub of yoghurt every now and again. I never felt comfortable putting anything in the fridge after that.
  12. MY STUDY OF WHETHER YOU CAN LIGHT ONE OF YOUR OWN FARTS. APPARATUS - My anus, some gas trapped within it, and a plastic BIC lighter. METHOD - Flick the lighter, just as you release gas from your own anus. RESULT - A big blue flame, and a burning of all hair in that area. CONCLUSION - Don't do that again.
  13. Got to pay £109 to get the drains jet washed. Well annoyed that the rodding didn't do the trick.
  14. Not sure that that will be the case, as I have to have another bash at it in a few hours time. Ho hum.
  15. If it were limited to those two choices then I too would opt for the anal stretch. However, I want it to be known that the decision would be made, as it would be the best of two fairly poor options. If I wanted things up my arse then I'd probably have sorted it by now. That said, I have had an endoscope up there a number of times. If this ever happens to you, do not go for the gas and air as a pain killer. It is no way near as effective as it's medicinal alternative. I was sucking on that gas and air like my life depended on it. In the back of my mind was the feeling that it would have been less painful being buggered by a male porn star with a very big todger. That might be more information than you needed, but I'm still in a state of shock at being coated in human excrement. I feel quite sullied.
  16. As described in the Discussions section; I've just had to have a thoroughly good shower. The reason for this is that my drains blocked (yet again) and I had to have a go at cleaning them via rods. There is an inherent fault in the drainage system, which means that it blocks up every 5 to 6 months or so. I have been able to clear the blockage in the past with rods, but tonight's efforts proved futile. What I did manage to achieve though, was getting liquid human excrement all over my face, hair, clothes, and foot wear - hence the urgent need for a shower. I have had better day's. So, to cut a long story short - I could really do with a breath of fresh air right now.
  17. I've just had to have a thoroughly good shower. The reason for this is that my drains blocked (yet again) and I had to have a go at cleaning them via rods. There is an inherent fault in the drainage system, which means that it blocks up every 5 to 6 months or so. I have been able to clear the blockage in the past with rods, but tonight's efforts proved futile. What I did manage to achieve though, was getting liquid human excrement all over my face, hair, clothes, and foot wear - hence the urgent need for a shower. I have had better day's.
  18. Out of mild curiosity why would you want to do. or even consider, that? Actually, I'm not sure I want to know.
  19. Not sure if you are saying that you are already dead, or not? If you are alive and with us still, then there are places that you can buy oxygen cans, if that's of any assistance eg, https://www.clearo2.com/?gclid=CjwKCAjw1_PqBRBIEiwA71rmtdJYcA384h1P09gTU8uk2z-9LDw4Wz-Ajvy_Sxsn6oiw44TuK0e8ixoCUqoQAvD_BwE
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