…is not actually that exciting if you think about it. Sure, it’s better than rain, and if you’ve got a desperate need to attack someone a snowball is better than the alternatives But unless we get the day off school, I won’t get that excited.
I’m also not overly excited about Sudan 1, which had escaped my notice until today. There’s nothing like a good old food scare to make some headlines, but the risk to human health is always pretty small. Talking of food, I ate crap at McDonalds for the first time in months last weekend. Tasted great though!
In other news – our school is having a PROM (capitalised for no apparent reason) which doesn’t look too inspiring. The very word conjuers up horrible images from American teen movies, but I’m sure nothing that bad could happen in real life… could it?
Now down to the really important buisness, today’s triple-whammy-shout out goes to:
– Mr. Bauer, for providing photographic evidence of having marked Maths coursework on a beach in South Africa!
– Promise, because she said this website was “pretty good!!!”
and most of all Robert for the fanstastic hairstyle he appeared with after lunch. He hereby wins the 2005 award for best application of snow. Many congratulations.
Lucky you got snow really, best we got was Sleety stuff. Was cold though in football outside!
Poor you – I saw some people here playing in shorts while it was snowing!
Yeah, it was actually snowing a bit when i was out there In shorts.
God i wanted warmth!
We got some snow too, but not that much. When you say football, you mean the game where you kick around a ball into goals right, not the game with the big field?
Of course! That’s *proper* football…
Well, i mean the game with idiots not participating shouting abuse, real football
Haha – that’s the spirit Rob!
If I liked American football I would be mortally offended.
lol Arsenals so funny (not crap)