Friday, 11 July 2014

Lazy Days



That's me!  Two days with nothing to do, or at least nothing to do that got done! No late night football, early to bed, rising before awake meant back to bed and today I was full of energy, more or less.  How lovely to do little when there is much to do.  I was so full of energy I even cleaned the place, although this would not impress any woman it is cleaner than it was with that grime over everything.  
Tomorrow it is back to work, Romans at the museum all day and I am in the shop!  Oh goody, all the moaners will come to me.  Just as long as there is no requirement to wear a toga I will survive!

The internet is a wonderful place.  This foto of Steven Spielberg next to a dead Triceratops has led to thousands commentating on how nasty this man is.  The replies condemned the man for killing this animal and few stopped to consider how he managed to kill a dinosaur that died out several million years beforehand.  Still that is the web for you!  Have any off you ever fallen for something as obvious as this?  I have but have forgotten (cough) what it was.



7 comments:

Lee said...

And it's about time you returned from your days of leisure and houseword, Mr. Ad-Man. I was becoming worried by your absence.

Actually, I came to my computer just now with the intent of writing a comment to that effect; but upon entering the blogging-sphere again (I'd checked your blog an hour or so earlier) to my delight and relief, you had stirred from your slumber and had posted a new post!

soubriquet said...

You'd need a big room if you wanted to mount a stuffed triceratops head as a trophy. But you'd get plenty of coathooks..

Carol in Cairns said...

I echo Lee's comment ~ I was starting to think you were ill again. What percentage of things do you think you should believe on the Internet? Maybe 10%??

Adullamite said...

Lee, zzzzzzzz eh wot...

Soub, Texas has lots of big rooms,do you have many coathooks?

Carol, After today I may well be ill again!

Jenny Woolf said...

It's nice to have time when you don't have to do anything. I suppose Steven Spuelberg spends his spare time photoshopping pictures to startle the unwary!
You're right to stand out against wearing a toga... A very unflattering garment.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Hey, at least when one of our local papers publishes a photo of someone with a sasquatch strapped to the hood (that's bonnet to you twits) of their vehicle, it's believable!

Adullamite said...

Jenny, The Toga makes no sense at all.

Jerry, Typical Arkansas hooligans!