January 15, 2008

“They say that Absence makes the heart grow fungus…”

Filed under: games, Humor, Just Plain Weird, YouTube — liberrydwarf @ 7:20 pm

Oops, wow, it’s mid-January. Sorry for the blog silence! Let’s just say I’ve been on glorious holidays not even THINKING about computers! (Well not much) Have a new years dose of links by way of apology…

1) For the first time in probably 10 years, I got Pokemon for christmas, and ever since, yes, a grown woman has been totally addicted. Relive the Pokemon craze (or rather, the backlash towards the Pokemon craze) with a trip into the archives of the Brunching Shuttlecocks and the Choose Your Own Damn Pokemon Adventure

2) This is care of the nerdiest friends I know – join the cake/pie debate in true Hollywood style! Those crazy talking eggs Weebl and Bob star in CSI:Pie-ami. Dreadful David Caruso oneliners included!

3) Finally, from YouTube (and my Brit readers might be far more familiar with this particular program than I am, apologies if you’ve seen this…) Gals (or indeed maybe even guys), if your male significant other is a big dreadful baby when he’s got a cold, be thankful it’s not as bad as this!



  1. Love the vid, classic!



    Comment by babychaos — January 15, 2008 @ 11:48 pm

  2. […] manners to get the ‘flu on Easter, and what’s more on my birthday! As evidenced in an earlier blog entry, men really are the BIGGEST BABIES when sick! Oh well, at least there was waaaay too much chocolate […]

    Pingback by “You don’t get older, you get better…” « LiberryDwarf — March 25, 2008 @ 8:15 pm

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