Tuesday, December 23, 2008

....and a baby bogan in a lowered car.

Okay kids, that's it from me, I'm outta here for a while.

Packing my bags, climbing on a plane and going to hang with my family, eat delicious food, attempt to drink my body weight in wine, laugh till my belly hurts, and then will head to an East Coast beach to drink up summer.

I hope you all have great Christmases and New Years and I will be back to torture you with beach photos soon. (Sorry all you people who are trapped in winter, but I'm nasty like that).

Oh and the title of this post? It had been my intention to do my own version of 'The Twelve Days of Christmas', I got as far as
'On the first day of Christ-mas the whitetrashneighbours gave to me
A baby bo-gan in a lowered car.'

But then I got bored and stopped .

If I wasn't such an underachiever I would makeself finish it off, but we all know I'm far too lazy for that type of carry on.

Tootle-pip.

P.S If you're really bored, you could always try this. It is the reason our office sounded like a farmyard yesterday. I am delighted to inform you that I am currently top of the table with a score 0.1882 and hold the status of rocketing rabbit.

My, did I crow about that.

12 comments:

Holemaster said...

Oh yeah, .1924 Rocket Rabbit

One more go....

Holemaster said...

OK can't get it back under .22 Damn that's hard. I'm trying to shoot them in the first two stripey bits.

Well have a really lovely Christmas with your family Kate and I'll look forward to hearing what's going on with you when you're back.

:)

laughykate said...

Thanks Holemaster! Addictive isn't it?

tinman18 said...

Have a great Christmas, Kate. And a super New Year.

Tinman x

laughykate said...

Thank you Mr Tin!

fatmammycat said...

Happy Christmas Kate, I hope you and yours have a wonderful time.

laughykate said...

Thank you FMC! Hope yours is glorious one as well.

Medbh said...

Happy New Year, LK!
Enjoy yourself, sweetie.

tinman18 said...

I've been trying to watch NZ's cricket series against the West Indies on Sky.

As far as I can make out your summer consists of bursts of heavy rain, seperated by showers.

This morning's match was held up because of hailstones the size of table-tennis balls.

I really am looking forward to these beach pics. Will you be wearing a burqa?

laughykate said...

Thank you Medbh!

Tinman, hey I heard about that cricket match and pleased to report that I was basking happily in the sun far far from said ground and said weather pattern.

And when I get back to my computer, pictures will be forthcoming, does a sun umbrella count as a burqa?

Holemaster said...

Happy New Year Kate *tap tap tap tap tap*

laughykate said...

Thank you Holemaster! I'mmmmmmmm back! Normal programming shall resume toute de suite.