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30 Day Song Challenge: 5. A Song That Reminds You Of Someone

I actually have a wealth of material for this here thing, just not enough time to publish it. Does wealth imply quality as well as quantity? That might be misleading. I have an abundance…

There is a sign at my local tube station that reads something like:

“Walk carefully on the escalators – last month 34 serious injuries, 1 fatality.”

I don’t know if I should be more cautious of the evidently lethal metal stairs or the apparent hordes of retards surrounding me that are using them.

I met my first lacrosse douche the other day having only ever seen them in American teen coming of age movies. This specimen was stretching before boarding a train? I guess they are all douches.

Things i hate:

  • Denim dan’s. Not cool unless you’re from a hick town that has banned dancing and you’re going to attempt to remedy the situation by playing chicken on a tractor…
  • Sitting across from a coffee drinker on the bus in a morning.
  • When the aforementioned coffee drinker also smokes.
  • People that have headphones on while sitting with their friends…who also smoke and drink coffee.

Things I like:

  • Critiquing the prawn sitting opposite to me on the bus on my blackberry and occasionally looking past him ‘out the window’ for inspiration to finish my ’email’…
  • Reading the instructions on things which are fairly intuitive to use, just see how close to the mark I am.
  • Finding out I have been using dishwashing liquid correctly.
  • That wave of air that follows a girl a second or so after she walks past you that carries her perfume.

You don’t need to be a genius to figure out who this song reminds me of.

Do you remember, nothing stopped us on the field in our day…

 

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One measly response to “30 Day Song Challenge: 5. A Song That Reminds You Of Someone”

  1. Squires says:

    your microblogging texts just aren’t cutting it…it has been 30 days since your last post…share the wealth!!!

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