Back To Business

 Posted by on October 19, 2009  Add comments
Oct 192009
 

OK.

No more slacking.

Tomorrow, it’s back to business, and I have to tell you there’s a lot of dirty business about these days.

I don’t feel like talking now, due to extreme exhaustion, so here’s a few snaps to flick through.

They don’t make much sense, but that’s normal enough these days.

  11 Responses to “Back To Business”

Comments (11)
  1.  

    I know where you were and I’m dying to tell everyone! Don’t worry, I’ll take it to my grave. Cosmetic surgery is so embarrassing. Oops, damn!

    ::

  2.  

    Were you trying to impress the natives with shiny things again?!
    Very colourful I must say!

  3.  

    are y’all making me a present, sugar? y’all know i am in need of cheering up! (shameless, i know) xoxoxoxo

    (seriously, thanks for the good words!)

  4.  

    Always keep a spare bit of cash aside for the bail my friend.

  5.  

    ‘Mushie’s’ ? or ‘Aladdin’s cave’….p’rap’s!

  6.  

    Rearranging Elton Johns wardrobe again where we?

  7.  

    Bock I like these. In a very 1960’s sort of way. Far out Man. Keep away from the Acid. Psychedelic is back?

  8.  

    Great colours baby!

  9.  

    I’m a bit worried about him lads, was with him last nite and he’s fierce dissapointed.
    Apparently, {he kept it quiet from all of us} he went in to get the ol’ lipo done, as he’d developed a fair wide load over the last month or so. An arse the size of a small estate and twice as loud, some said. Anyway, they turned him away, said he was full of shit and he’d have to get on his bike. So if you see him cycling up O’Connell st with his bum like a farm trailer behind him, give him a wave and a wide berth.

  10.  

    Only joshing. Its actually Breasts he’s developed, Big ones. he’s been minding them at home.
    Fab images Bock. they’d make cool screensavers or wallpaper.

  11.  

    Ah Bock, it wasn’t Scunthorpe you went to, it was Bath. Those colour combinations could only be the shirts of the Stade Francais pack in a ruck.

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