Today, I have eaten a custard tart for breakfast (after getting up and stuff), read LiveJournal, sent messages to the people I needed to send messages to, called my brother a twat three times before lunch (he did call me sir afterwards, that mollified me a bit) and tried to decide whether to watch Doctor Who
, BSG or Equilibrium
first. Then, after I've decided which to watch first, I'll watch the other two and I might even (whisper it) get some degree work done.
I am also realising rapidly that life is good, the world is good, my friends are great and I am made of the proverbial awesome. This is a viewpoint I hope will last until the exam period.
Also, I have two spare tickets to go see The Unbelievable Truth
on 16th April (so, er, Wednesday, sorry about the late notice) - hawkida
and I will be attending and anyone who'd be interested in going should comment ASAP - as in last time, winners of the random draw-o-matic will be notified by e-mail (probably tonight, since it is quite late notice). We'd be meeting on Euston Road at 18:00 (Max and I will be slightly earlier because that's how we roll).
For those who don't know about the radio show, here's the blurb from the ticket (and if it doesn't sound all that good you can trust me - I've heard it before and either the episode I heard was unusually brilliant or the show's a pretty damn good one): "The new panel game where four comedians tell lies and compete against each other to see how many unlikely truths they can smuggle past their opponeents. With chairman David Mitchell, series panellists include Alan Davies, Jo Brand, Phill Jupitus, Tony Hawks etc."