A dunno go where dunno do what weekend

Once a while, you get one of these particularly bleah weekends where work has occupied your mind so much you don’t know what to do when you finally get a break.

So, online, on MSN IM, as you would when you finally get a break, I was asked, ‘So how? Go out? Where?’, which started a half hour brainstorming session about where to go when one is tired from work and where one has already breached his weekly quota of alcoholic beverages.

I even Googled for clues.


Music too loud.

iTunes’ party shuffle is playing a copy of: Cuban Overture for orchestra – George Gershwin – Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue/Cuban Overture/Progy and Bess Suite/An American in Paris, of which I have the original CD and therefore didn’t steal music.
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24 thoughts on “A dunno go where dunno do what weekend”

  1. The photo seems to have you zapping whatever energy left in mrbrown (notice those red ‘waves’), with him going K.O. soon.

  2. I saw the word “bean bag” and see it is not about any bean bags after all! LOL. It must be the house moving craze.

    And at first I didn’t notice, but did you notice your pics are appearing everywhere nowadays, no?

  3. I saw the word “bean bag” and see it is not about any bean bags after all! LOL. It must be the house moving craze.

    And at first I didn’t notice, but did you notice your pics are appearing everywhere nowadays, no?

  4. pseudolin: that is Hideout! 😛 at 31B Circular Road!

    MM: try Blu Jazz Cafe at 71 Dunlop St – awesome place and great pple for good food (opens till 11pm daily except Sunday) and Ambrosia for like fantastic Sishas – that is at 19, Baghdad Street – no alcohol.. along Arab St where the ambiance isn’t so great – you can get to die for Middle Eastern Food – Al Marjalis – Cafe Le Caire… (open till 6am sometimes!!!) Enjoy

  5. pseudolin: that is Hideout! 😛 at 31B Circular Road!

    MM: try Blu Jazz Cafe at 71 Dunlop St – awesome place and great pple for good food (opens till 11pm daily except Sunday) and Ambrosia for like fantastic Sishas – that is at 19, Baghdad Street – no alcohol.. along Arab St where the ambiance isn’t so great – you can get to die for Middle Eastern Food – Al Marjalis – Cafe Le Caire… (open till 6am sometimes!!!) Enjoy

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