Saturday, June 19, 2010

Watershed anyone?

Sorry lads, there's some swearing in this, but I'm just quoting! So if you're young and impressionable or if you don't want to read it, that's fine, I'll have a normal post up later, I just have to blog about this!

Picture the scene.. It's a lazy Friday evening, around half six.. My friend and I have just bought orange ice-pops and are walking through a quiet housing estate, where a handful of people wait on the bus, and one woman cuts her garden hedge. A car, with four twenty-somethings inside slow down beside us. "Typical" I think, waiting for them to shout out abuse at us. Well, not abuse exactly, but no one wants to hear someone shout "NICE ARSE!" at you. Especially when you can hear the sarcasm in their voice. Anyway, one in the back shouts out "yhuurr gettin well stuck inte dah ice-pop, arn ye luv?" which roughly translates from Dublin talk as "you're getting well stuck into that ice-pop, aren't you love?". Which is no lie, because we were.
They drove on a little, but then suddenly slowed down A LOT. The guy in the passenger seat rolls down the window, sticks his entire torso out and roars, at the top of his voice (reminder, we are in a quiet estate) "I LOVE D!CK. I LOVE D!CK. I LOVE D!CK. I LOVE D!CK. I LOVE D!CK. I LOVE D!CK. I LOVE D!CK. I LOVE D!CK. I LOVE D!CK." I just stood there in shock.
In fact, I probably looked a little something like this:

It did take a few minutes for the hilarity of the situation to sink in. And by then, I was crying with laughter (yeah, I only spent half my life putting on my make-up that morning). The faces of the people waiting on the bus, were priceless. I just keep remembering it, and the seriousness of his expression and how loud it was, seriously, thank Lord there were no kids around, it was half six!

I only wish I could have recorded it. I'd watch it every day.


  1. OMG that sounds like it would ahve been hilarious! I ahve had stuff like this happen to me before...

  2. Hey, thanks for commenting on my blog!
    Hahaha, that sounds like such a hilarious moment. If I was in your shoes, I'd just replay it in my mind all the time and end up cracking up at any moment. It's these little moments in life which make me laugh out loud the most. I love the monkey face too, haha!

    Lovely blog, I'm following too and can't wait to see more of your posts :)
    Chloe xxx

  3. Haha, WOW. LOVE THE PIC, quite hilarious!!!

    <3 <3

  4. Haha, indeed funny!

    O, a tea party, I was actually planning on doing that too. In my dreams we are dressed like Marie-Antoinette and sitting in a French garden, drinking tea out of those cute cups with flowers :)
    Guess that won't happen!

    PS: I'm gonna follow you, I like your way of writing :)