04 May 2006


I am wreaking my terrible revenge on the world for my sulky morning, the 'kiddywink masquerading as a grown-up' dentist, the blind (if well meaning) chemist shop lady, the library books, my own blindness/weakness/vanity and my reactions to all of the above.

That's right - my responses are all the world's fault, and now its gonna get whats coming. It's (he's) called Afshin.

This is it.

Warning - please do not follow that link if you are a nice person or an innocent byclicker. No, really, I mean it; don't. Its annoying.



Stegbeetle said...

When you say "terrible revenge" you really mean it, don't you?
I couldn't resist it.
Mind you, I think the world has it coming and there's no such thing as an innocent bystander/byclicker.

doris said...

It's like having a button that said, "Don't press this one" !!! Do I laugh out loud or say biiiiiitch. You warned and I didn't heed the warning....

But how could I resist clicking on the link, how can anyone ;-)

Denise said...

That was annoying!

Ally said...

That was *dreadful* :). Are you feeling better this morning?

She Weevil said...

Do you think we make up his entire visitor count of 32?

zilla said...

I very much enjoyed clicking on the left ball for some action. It's been a long time since I clicked on a left ball for some action. Come to think of it, it's been a very long time since I've done anything to a left ball, and it's been a very long time since I've seen any action, so, you're foiled! I LOVED THIS FABULOUS INTERACTIVE SITE, ESPECIALLY WHEN I CAME TO THE LEFT BALL!!!


Badaunt said...

You were right about that being annoying, but at least it didn't hurt.

One of my earliest memories is of my father milking cows (he stopped being a dairy farmer when I was four), and I was standing in the shed doorway and he looked up, saw me, pointed, and said, "Don't stand behind that cow."

Naturally, I did (just like I clicked on your link). I was kicked across the shed, and the smell of wet concrete STILL makes me feel indignant. I would never have even THOUGHT of standing behind that cow if he hadn't told me not to.

There's a moral in here somewhere, but I guess it's one I haven't learned yet.