cwazywabbit's Diaries
Print Story We met the baby Jesus in the pub
By CwazyWabbit (Sun Apr 02, 2006 at 12:01:11 PM EST) (all tags)
probably as it was the last local night of Jerry Springer the Opera, the cast went for a drink in the same pub we ended up in. Jesus thanked us profusely for our feedback, seemed like they didn't get to speak to so many punters after the event. I guess the half empty circle discouraged them.

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Print Story Nobody who knows me will believe this
By CwazyWabbit (Fri Sep 30, 2005 at 02:18:05 PM EST) (all tags)
but I actually tried to avoid ending up rubbing the big hairy guy. It just happened.

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Print Story No Batman included
By CwazyWabbit (Wed Aug 10, 2005 at 09:19:18 PM EST) (all tags)
Every time I hear a gobby idiot talking about integration in the multiculturalism debate I wonder if we should apply the cricket test to anybody migrating across the country. How many Sun readers would support the idea that they owe their loyalty to the football club they live closest to rather than the one they grew up supporting? We could have entrance exams across counties, boroughs even in London. Actually, London would probably collapse after deporting all the scousers and geordies.

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Print Story Karma?
By CwazyWabbit (Fri Aug 05, 2005 at 02:01:14 AM EST) (all tags)
One evening a few weeks ago I waited at a bus stop. It had been a long day at work and the bus route back home had dropped to an hourly service. While I sat in the shade of a shelter a mild breeze chilled me.

With half an hour until mine was due I spotted a bus of the same route approaching from the wrong direction. Knowing that the bus takes about 15 minutes to get to the end of the route and deciding that sitting on it would be warmer and slightly less boring, I scampered across the road to meet it. Managing to run in front of it and not get flattened (Gonzo had too much influence on me as a child) I got on.

"If you want to go the other way mate, the next one is along in a minute."
"The timetable says it's half an hour."
"This bus is going out of service. Once it gets to the end of the route, it's not coming back."
"Oh right, well I'll just go a few stops then."
"Your bus will be along any minute, I'd wait if I were you."
"Well, OK ..."

Off the bus, watch it go and then back to the bus stop which now felt even chillier.

Half an hour later, the same bus with the same driver comes back. As I get on, he mutters "The other bus broke down". I go home.

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Print Story It is with some shock
By CwazyWabbit (Sun Jul 24, 2005 at 09:12:01 PM EST) (all tags)
I realise that I have never seen a drag queen perform You make me feel like a natural woman.

Last diary I moaned about my romatic prospects; in this one I complain about finding a mostly naked man in the house.

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Print Story Birfday Wabbit
By CwazyWabbit (Wed Jun 15, 2005 at 12:43:50 AM EST) (all tags)
As ever off work for the womb eviction anniversary so there's more time for navel gazing.

Sorry, but this is a brain dump diary.

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Print Story Well it took just less than a month
By CwazyWabbit (Wed Mar 02, 2005 at 12:43:45 AM EST) (all tags)
of being back in London before I said "fucking tourists".

Lots of space on the platform, even with your suitcases. No space on the train. Go. Work. It. Out.

Back to Cambridge for the new job anyway.

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Print Story Sympathy and support please
By CwazyWabbit (Mon Feb 14, 2005 at 01:23:51 AM EST) (all tags)
I'm on the verge of losing a job I've had offered to me, through trying to have a backbone.

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Print Story Scheduling London HuSi Bowling! Remix!
By CwazyWabbit (Fri Dec 10, 2004 at 02:22:04 AM EST) (all tags)
In which CwazyWabbit crapfloods by reposting almost the same diary less than 24 hours later!

Well, there was some interest in going bowling, so I'm putting up a poll to find out what would be a good day for people.

I've settled on Hollywood Bowl in Rotherhithe from the discussion in the previous diary. This is not an endorsement of their colour scheme.

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