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. 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?

  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. 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

  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

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