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C has just informed me that in the 'casting game' I would be portrayed in the movie of my life by Katherine Hepburn. In fact, she says, it'd be like Bringing Up Baby, but with meerkats.

In other news, wine is very unlikely to be corked any more. Mind you, it's much more likely to be screwed...

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m31andy: (Meerkats - TG3)

* * *

*Lancelot rises from the grave to put a sword through Cynric's neck*

A – It's the revenge of Zombie Lancelot. Also, if this is something that comes and goes, like migraine. It's not. And the best proof I have of this happened at the weekend, which I completely forgot to mention.

I did mention that J, A, cuvalwen and I knitted one year for many of our gay friends. These were in a variety of characters. All sharing the same brain. And I realise that the meerkats are giggling to themselves. Oooh dear.

* Now *there's* a crossover.

Oh fuck...

Jun. 6th, 2010 10:14 pm
m31andy: (Default)
So, you know I can't stand meerkats. Or politics?

This is my worst nightmare.

I'm not going to say any more.

Thank you, the Torygraph.
m31andy: (Knit-Tea)
Also, instead of politics, have some piccies of projects I've finished recently.

Cut for pictures of filth - crochet and knitting... )

Title links are all to Ravelry - I'm m31andy on there, just in case you've got an account too!

ETA: I just wanted to apologise for the unacceptable size of the original photos – I think I've managed to scale them all down now, but if any are still horribly large, let me know. I'm a pillock...
m31andy: (Meery Christmas)
To say Merry Christmas to everyone on my friendslist, Guv, Gladys, Sunshine and Angelfish wanted to do something really special.

(Well, actually, [livejournal.com profile] cuvalwen decided to dress the poor dears up. Angelfish is still upset he had to play the girl!)

Click for the Christmas Card )

So there is it is - Merry non-Denominational Holiday of Your Choice. May it and the coming year be filled with fun, laughter, hope and happiness.
m31andy: (Knit-Kill)
Well, I did say that I was making the big gay afghan and that I would share pictures. Well, yes. It's taken a while, but here some are. I apologise for the quality, I'm both crap at taking photos and also terrible at remembering to have my good camera on me. These, therefore, were taken with my camera phone in not very good light.

Make Way for the BGA! )

As you can see, the meerkats got involved. Traditionally, knitted and crocheted items are modelled on the owner's cat (for some reason all knitters and crocheters seem to own cats, have owned cats or will own cats in the future. I have no idea why that is.)

Well, anyway. C's cat (see?) seems to be a little concerned about the Big Gay Afghan. Personally, I think that Turing's just unsure of what to make of something that's actually fluffier than he is.

The meerkats (obviously) have no problems with such fluffiness. It's better for Guv's knees and also for Gladys' invisible genitalia. (Next time, he gets to mop up the treacle himself...)

The BGA is not quite done - there's another three stripes to do, but as those stripes are approximately 75m long (and an inch and a half thick), it's going to take me a while to finish. *sigh*

Oh Lord

Jul. 1st, 2009 05:37 pm
m31andy: (Default)
[livejournal.com profile] guvngladys are now posting dodgy pictures of themselves. I'm so ashamed.
m31andy: (Meerkats)
Er. Is it just me or does this just really freak you out?

A staff of domestic robots with a single personality would be easier to handle.

I'm thinking either Jetsons or Terminator. Or both*.

Though, "Butlerbot" - hands up who was thinking a shiny Gordon Jackson there???

And now I'm just thinking about having robot servants that come in a variety of characters. All sharing the same brain. And I realise that the meerkats are giggling to themselves. Oooh dear.

* Now *there's* a crossover.
m31andy: (New Scientist)
Via [livejournal.com profile] peppapig:

Boldly Going Where No Meerkat Has Gone Before.

I'm... not sure. It's either incredibly disturbing or mind-meltingly sweet. I'm currently going with both.

(Though both Guv and Gladys want Trekkie shirts now. And I think Gladys is a little bit in love with "Wictor Wictor" Chekov...)

I've been neglecting [livejournal.com profile] new_scientist recently. Which is remiss of me, really. But today NS outshines itself with the answer to Why cats fail to grasp string theory. Chortle, eh?

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