Thursday, January 04, 2007

A plight to fight

Boredom has set in, and now look what i am reduced to.

Today i was searching for oxymoron's, don't ask me why, perhaps it’s just because i seem to like the word. And have decided, even though i was once enthralled by the notion (the brief period between typing it into google and pressing enter), the concept of them has become mundane at best. The top listing, which although slightly amusing 'Microsoft Works', fell far short of interesting and has left me border than before i began my quest.

So my search continues. I have an unquenchable thirst to be entertained with no medium in which to derive it. If a kind reader happens across this post, I ask that they take pity on me and help me in my plight.

Ow for those who like the TV show 'The OC' i found this entertaining: click here

Till next we meet,
Paul

5 Misguided mentions... :

  1. bad_intelligence said...

    pretty woman

  2. AdamMac said...

    From LouLou's blog, I still laugh whenever I read it...

    An 'asexual slut'...

  3. Anonymous said...

    Ah i know the feeling well, although have not had to resort to oxymorons for enjoyment. i assume that will come in due time. I wish i could offer a great solution, but have yet to find one myself, youtube and commenting on random blogs seems to pass the time...

    N E W A Y Z - good luck, and post a comment here if you do find something.

  4. Alex said...

    The only reason in my mind that could explain such a random act is that you must be on the wacky tobacy...

    Do we need an intervention? That could be fun, well not for you of course, but it would make me happy, and to be honest thats all that matters really :)

    If not can i borrow some of that aforementioned tobacy? Am currently thinking about searching for anagrams and do not believe i am in an appropriate lucid state to perform such an act.

    Latter Killer

  5. sharyn~ann said...

    when im REALLY tired, i get weird thoughts. the other day it was: what is the origin of the word 'fly'? and when i cant sleep i count prime numbers. but i've never contemplated oxymorons...