Thursday, August 31, 2006


Oh yes, Sony is releasing a PINK!! PlayStation2. Shocking, I know.

Really though, I honestly don't see the point in them releasing this on 8th November (according to Amazon anyway, but they're usually correct) because isn't the brand-spanking-new PlayStation3 coming out at the end of this year or sometime next year? Aren't the PS2s slowly falling into the PIT OF DESPAIR (ahem..) with all the new next gen. consoles coming out? Unless....(cover your eyes if you can't wait for the PS3)...they're releasing this pink PS2 because the PS3 is even MORE delayed and isn't coming out til the end of next year or even LATER?! Ooooh no..

Anywho, enough with the conspiracies, the pink PS2 is out 8th November 2006, exclusive to Europe (WOO!) and is selling for £129.99 on


Sunday, August 27, 2006



Friday, August 18, 2006

Logo V.2

I've just updated it abit because I was (well I still am but whatever) really bored. I don't really care if it's not as good or better than the other but comment if you like.

Saturday, August 12, 2006

Scribblings of the Everythingness 2

Listening to: SHAKIRA - Hips Don't Lie
Mood: ...meh

~Again, this is *most* of what I wrote on DeviantART because I don't see the point of typing out a load that's along the same lines of what I wrote on DA.~

Blackpool Pleasure Beach was fantastic!! I love it there! We went on the Big One about four times and we even got to stay on for one of those times (because it was almost closing time)! I went on the Revolution and Valhalla for first time and they were both great! The Revolution was plain strange, going backwards on a loop-de-loop is a new one for me...and Valhalla was funny. You think you get wet on a log flume, well lets just say on Valhalla you may as well swim through it - you get absolutley soaked. Thank God me and my sister had bought rain ponchos (I love mine!) otherwise we'd have probably got frostbite or something because it wasn't exactly a hot day when we went...

I watched 'Kung Fu Hustle' the other night with my brother. I thought it would be some serious Japanese kung fu movie but man, was I wrong. That film was hilarious. There were times when me and Craig (my bro.) were almost crying with laughter. It's not so much because it was full of jokes and stuff but because of the sheer stupidness of it all! "Who's throwing the handles?!" ...ahh, still makes me laugh now... I didn't think I'd really like a film with subtitles but this was fantabulous. I really reccomend it!

I had my brace tightened yesterday *sob*. I hate the dentist, I felt physically sick while I was there - I think it's the whole rubber gloves-in-ya-mouth thing... Bleh. My teeth really ache now. It isn't as bad as it was the first time but geez louise tooth-ache ain't pleasant.

Anywho, I've finished my rant now so bye!

Last word: Always remember, mud is not edible.

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Scribblings of the Everythingness 1

Listening to: RAZORLIGHT - Golden Touch
Mood: Kinda sleepy *yawn*

'Scribblings of the Everythingness' mightn't be the best name in the world but it shall do for now. All suggestions for a kinda random/funny/weird-esque name for my diary-type posts will be welcomed with huge, snuggly, huggles (hope I didn't scare anyone off...)
Anyways, because I'm not exactly in the mood for writing at the minute I'm just gonna copy (most of) what I wrote on DeviantART and paste it onto here.

Yay! There's a new Singstar coming out on 4th August! And it looks like a corker, hehe! I can't wait to sing 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' (anyone who's watched the Mighty Boosh episode 'Tundra' will know why...) and all the rest. Okay, there may only be 20 tracks instead of the usual 30 but its still gonna be great. I love playing Singstar with my mates!

In other news...
I'm currently in the process of making a Mighty Boosh collage (me like collages, yes). Whether I'll ever finish it is another kettle of fish because making the little Boosh signs/masks/symbols takes a pretty long time, plus it's kinda annoying and long winded. I hope I can be bothered actually finishing it though because by the way I think it's gonna look, in my mind, it should look quite kool. My mind and reality are totally different though so y'know.

I went to see Superman Returns last night with my dad and I'm glad to say (with a smile on my face) that I really enjoyed it. I've never ever been into Superman at all (more a Spidey person) and I've never seen any of the original films but if anymore modern ones come out, I wouldn't hesitate to go watch it. Okay, it was corny but c'mon, what do ya expect from a comic book film! I'd read in a few reviews in magazines and stuff that it was a bit long but when the credits started rolling I suddenly just thought "oh". I wasn't expecting it to be honest and was suprised to hear people say, "they could of cut it down abit" when I came out of the cinema. I mean, I knew it was long but I didn't mind because I was enjoying it. It was the same with Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Man's Chest, I was aware of how long it was but, again, I didn't mind because I was enjoying it. The only reason I didn't go "oh" when that finished was because I knew it ended in a cliffhanger and was kinda expecting it.
All in all, I reccomend you go see both Superman Returns and Pirates of the Carribean, if you haven't already, unless you don't love a whole lot of fun!
(plus, they show the Snakes on a Plane trailer when you go to see Superman! lol, wonder what that's about anyway... =P)

So, that's it my amigos. Bye-bye!

Last word: If at first you don't succeed....give up and try something better!