Sunday, November 16, 2008

I'm sorry, what?

I've been off the gargle for a week now, and have stayed away from all the fatty foods that called me home for the past thirty years minus thirteen days.

It's good, therefore, to know that through this thin haze of returning health I can still do things like leave a full roll of tin foil in the fridge and only discover it two days later.

14 comments:

Susan said...

Funny or sad....I'm trying to decide.

'Cause that's the sort of thing I do.

Radge said...

Oh funny. Definitely funny.

Holemaster said...

I once found the remote control for the telly in my car. After thinking long and hard I still can't figure out how it got there.

Darren said...

Off the drink for two weeks now. Don't feel much better as a result, but I'm just happy I could prove to myself that I'm not dependent on the alcohol.

Radge said...

Always good to get a bit of detox in every now and again, I suppose. Either that or keep drinking. I know nothing.

hope said...

Ah, those human moments which makes us panic and wonder if Alzheimer's is setting in...or if it really was just that bad a day. :)

If your sense of humor is intact, I'd guess you're feeling better.

Kath Lockett said...

Ah don't worry, I once put a handful of dirty socks down the dunny and then walked into the laundry and .... thankfully stopped myself.

You must have passed your bad habits on to me because I've just eaten my arse-weight in chocolate and the red wine's just about kicking in now.

Elmo said...

I once said thanks to an ATM.

Radge said...

Hope - Feeling rotten as a matter of fact. I think I need to go back on the booze!

Kath - You're tormenting me with your tales of chocolate and red wine. Appreciated though! I'm supping vicariously through you.

Elmo - I know. That story often gives me pause to laugh and mock you. Must be a family thing.

red leeroy said...

just completed three weeks off the booze. It was shit. Back on board now. No more clear head. No more crap conversations.

hope said...

See, as a non-drinker, I'd go straight for the chocolate. More than once, I fear. ;)

Feel better soon!

Niamh B said...

Along similar lines to Elmo, I once gave the wind a dirty look, since it pushed rudely into me one day after I had emerged from the shelter of a wall.

Long time reader (a few weeks anyway) first time commenter.

Radge said...

Red - Good to hear someone's living it up. I long for a world of no conversation at all, just drunken lunges!

Hope - I've three squares of Bournville in the fridge that I'm about to do an awful damage to.

Niamh - That wind didn't know what hit it. Keep commenting.

Niamh B said...

Yeah I sure showed that wind, it left me alone for a while after that.
Will keep commenting thanks for the welcomingness -