mental images

1 Feb
This is always a bad hour of the day/night to write your blog… But I’ve been most amused this term by having some frankly rediculous conversations that have resulted in some very funny mental images, which have probably led to me randomly giggling to myself in public places for no apparent reason. Before you worry about the nature of these, I think the most giggling has been produced by:
1) The idea of a wild boar, being kept on my balcony, trying to smash its way into a tute in Dr Ostle’s room through his glass door.
2) "Prescription Guinness"  being doled out by a pharmacist who has a tap in the counter, asking you if you want to wait for it.
3) The Interchimp (okay, most of that giggling was had by proxy of laughing at James laughing at his own mental image of that).
4) Her Majesty’s Grammar Police, who have the power to stop you in the street as they overhear you ending a sentence on a preposition, and beat you about the head with a dictionary.
5) "Stop The Oxford Animal Man!" (what a friend’s friend thought the protesters were shouting) – a yeti kind of guy riding a bike, going "raaar" and stealing people’s mortar boards. He must be stopped!
Heeheeheeheeheeheehee!
Yeah, I knew this was a bad time to write.
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3 Responses to “mental images”

  1. Abi J 01/02/2006 at 10:27 pm #

    "a yeti kind of guy riding a bike, going "raaar" and stealing people’s mortar boards" – I’ve seen him!! He was cycling down St Giles, bushy hair all over the place and a long flowing gown… oh wait. That might have been the Vice-Chancellor.

  2. Simon 05/02/2006 at 10:27 pm #

    since it’s a bad time to write, I shan’t even comment upon ‘rediculous.’ But I will beat you about the head with a dictionary.

  3. mel 05/02/2006 at 10:27 pm #

    Grammar, not spelling.
    And ow, not when I’m ill…

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