Oh, come on now…

Humph. I really had planned to do some exercise this evening. But once again the purple bird of motivation[1] deserted me. Actually, I was doing some free technical support over MSN Messenger[2] and got sidetracked[3].

Anyway, this morning’s weight was up a wee bit to 198.8 pounds (14 stone 2.8 pounds, 90.2kg).

I’m going to try to motivate myself to exercise tomorrow[5]. No, really.

[1] The what? Where did that come from?
[2] Which means I can blame the person I was talking to[4]
[3] Are my excuses getting better?[7]
[4] I don’t think he reads this, so he’ll never know :wave:
[5] Techincally, as I’m really writing[6] this on Sunday morning, I mean today, but that would be confusing :cheesy:
[6] Well, really technically, I’m typing it. If I was writing, you wouldn’t have much luck reading it…
[7] I noticed that Losing it[1] has been a bit low on footnotes lately, so I’m trying to make up for it

15 thoughts on “Oh, come on now…

  1. Twisty

    More footnotes really aren’t necessary. Trust me on this. And blaming Gordon for your lack of motivation, are you? Will you *never* take responsibility for your own actions?

  2. Les

    More footnotes are always necessary[1], and it wasn’t Gordon that I was talking to.

    [1] Just ask Sherry[2] if you don’t believe me
    [2] Hi Sherry!

  3. Les

    We all know that Sherry[1] loves footnotes[2], and I’m sure Sherry will be happy to confirm that[3]. I was talking to a work colleague who needed some assistance with his new PC. And no, it’s nobody you know[4]. Suffice it to say he’s a CYW.

    [1] Hi Sherry!! :wave: [5]
    [2] Like these[6]
    [3] Right, Sherry?[1]
    [4] Though he has previously commented on this site, when you appeared to confuse him with someone else.
    [5] Extra footnotes[2] in your honour[1]
    [6] And these[1]

  4. Twisty

    Clearly David isn’t aware of the well-known cosmic rule that everything is *Les’* fault. Like this morning when I stubbed my toe and I cried out, “Damn you, Les!”
    So let it be written, so let it be done.

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