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My little friends

July 31, 2007


I think I have lice. And click – browser windows closing. For the remaining three of you with the inclination to seek revulsion on the internet, I’ll eagerly recount the tale. My head has been itching since Saturday, when I went swimming with some friends at the Gezira Club, and laying around what I fancied […]

July 30, 2007


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Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery

July 22, 2007


Someone recently referred me to this blog. Any readers of my blog will be able to see that this female, Amy Salem, has copied and pasted my posts, with minor changes, and is passing them off as her own. Even the comment threads have been painstakingly transcribed. It’s actually very creepy…check it out: This post […]

July 18, 2007


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July 18, 2007



The perfect geezer…blatantly!

July 15, 2007


It has recently come to my attention that the chances of meeting someone of the opposite sex are rendered negligible after graduation. Looking around at the couples I know, most of them met at university, although one or two met at work. But if my workplace is any indication, this cannot be too fruitful a […]

July 12, 2007


As a corollary to my sarcasm recognition disability, I also believe almost everything people say. It is usually inconceivable to me that they might be having me on. Obviously this is some fertile-ass ground for my friends to sow. I suspended my belief when I was doing that refugee law stint, but now my gullet […]

July 11, 2007


I have no ability to detect sarcasm, even though I use it myself all the time. When I first moved to Canada, people would make witty remarks to which I would respond, mouth askew, “Really?!” Eventually they all gave up. People about to make humourous comments would face towards everyone else. Everyone would laugh and […]

Zed’s bald, baby. Zed’s bald.

July 6, 2007


Lots of people think I am very superficial and shallow because of my issue with bald men; obviously, those people can lick me. I can’t help being physically revolted by thinning hair. The way I see it, going bald in your mid-twenties means that you reached the peak of your youth and beauty in your […]

July 3, 2007


In my dad’s efforts to make life easier for the Piglet and I, he hired a woman to clean the house. This is a female who asked me why I kept leaving the house in the morning at the same time. I mean, she works, why shouldn’t I? Presumably, if I didn’t work, then I […]