Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Memo to Youse

You know those people last night? How you politely asked the name of their blog and promptly forgot it? Fear not.

Disambiguation Blog -- Glen
Papertrap -- Mark
Spleenie's Rant -- Spleenie
Bloggachops -- Vi
James O'Brien -- James
Exploded Library -- Morgan
The Other Andrew -- Andrew
For Battle! -- harry, Coz (Cozalcotal), Rob (Anti Ob), Amanda
Flop Eared Mule -- Amanda

19 Comments:

Blogger The Other Andrew said...

Thanks! I posted an entry this morning about the meet-up, complete with a couple of pics. I had a really fun time last night, it was nice to meet everyone.

3:28 PM  
Anonymous Mark said...

Yeah too rite. Let's ave a look at these sites then.

4:50 PM  
Blogger harry said...

Ergh. I spewed twice at work today. Hooray! And unloaded wine bottles etc like a zombie.
Damn you all. And damn Amanda especially for dialling a mystery number on her phone and then handing it to me, such that I _had_ to run outside and leave a loud embarrassing message on someone's voicemail specifically to be pointlessly annoying.

I admire TOA's patience with us drunken louts.

But good fun none the less.
Next time I suggest a bigger table, and less beer.

And I checked my voicemail before going to work this morning and I thought "Who's this drunken dickh... oh, it's me."

7:46 PM  
Blogger Amanda said...

Hahahhahahha! On both the spewing and the voicemail. I'm glad that little joke came off, now I won't make you reimburse me for all the other stupid drunken phone calls you made on my phone.

To people sitting two feet away.

7:49 AM  
Blogger The Other Andrew said...

Harry, you could thank me for my patience with you while you are sober as well... ::waiting::

11:48 AM  
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Blogger harry said...

Sorry, am I meant to be testing your patience *now*?

Oh...'thanking'.
Gotcha.

Dear The Other Andrew,

I would like to formally thank you for all your patience over the years that you have extended towards me irrespective of what state I was in. You are indeed a man of much patience and other virtues including good hair and being a smart-arse.

regards,
harry

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