04 May 2006

Revenge!

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.

Honestly.

7 comments:

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!!!

:-D

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.