Three Sheets

Perhaps blogging, when one has drunk a serious amount of red wine, is not a terribly good idea.Yes, well since when have I ever been sensible? I'm not going out to celebrate the New Year, for I will be nursing a hangover of gargantuan proportions. And, I'm a sad fuck. I for one will not be sorry to see the back end of 2009. In many ways, it's been three shades of shite. But, I haven't swung for anyone. Yet. Nor have I been arrested. Damn.

I suspect that 2010 will also bring it's challenges. But that's life. Innit?

Yes, I know, giving up smoking should be on my New Year's Resolutions. But it's not likely. The only resolution I'm prepared to make (in my very sozzled state) is: not to make any. Let's be honest, I have the will power of cold spaghetti.

However, I am all for reading about yours. So, what are you going to different this year?

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  1. Hmm. What am I going to different this year?

    I'll try not to be so pedantic in pointing out other people's typos.

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  2. dave ~ that's what I like about you, you walk on the wild side.

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  3. I wish we could be in the same place for New Year and have a joint non-celebration! :)

    Happy 2010!

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  4. xl ~ I wish that too. Very much. I'd crack open a bottle of Cava, we could curl up and watch a dvd, or wonder out to look at the fireworks.

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  5. I'd like to join you two, although I'm a little more positive about 2009. Which to me, has been stellar. A real first as usually there's more negative than positive.

    As a result I'm fairly terrified of entering 2010. It's all downhill from here I suspect. It can't possibly stay this way.

    I want to eat healthy, exercise more and lose a lot of weight.

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  6. Same as usual for New Year's eve - getting tired and emotional and watching the fireworks.

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  7. cyberpete ~ I think it's a question of starting as you mean to go on. Keep the fabulous momentum going. I've got some bubbly, will you bring nibbles?

    kaz ~ sounds good. We'll all raise our glasses together as we wish Good Riddance to 2009 (except pete).

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  8. I expect I'll be in bed by midnight.

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  9. Cold spaghetti can be quite forceful especially when it's stuck on the bottom of a pan.
    Happy New Year!!!
    Sx

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  10. Absolutely! Salmon puffs and caviar puffs alright?

    I also have a bottle of Jacquart Champagne demi sec to bring with me. We'll have a fabulous night!

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  11. dave ~ I think I'll stay up. Sleep well.

    ms scarlet ~ I don't feel very forceful at the moment, I must admit.

    cyberpete ~ I have marinated anchovies, queen olives, sun-dried tomatoes and several different types of crackers. Not to mention a couple of bottles of a very nice Australian red.

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  12. Sounds like a party!

    I'll bring a tub of Ben & Jerry's. Maybe we might find a nice man who'll donate his bare chest so we can have some dessert?

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  13. cyberpete ~ if I haven't said this before, my apologies. But, damn bi-iatch, I like your style!

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  14. Happy New Year Roses...I reckon your pretty special for a self-confessed sad fuck!

    I'm only a couple of pints down so far, but I'll celebrate (or non-celebrate) with you virtually too...

    Shift over xl...there's room for two under that table...

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  15. cogidubnus ~ thank you honey. Hope you and yours have a great 2010. Here, want some of these peanuts?

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  16. I only resolve to do things that I'm going to enjoy - then I've a hope of doing them. Haven't decided on them yet though!

    I hope all 2010's challenges are good ones and that you have a fine and happy year.

    Ooh - one obvious resolution for me - meet Roses in 2010?

    (btw, isn't it great that Dave makes a typo in mentioning typos? He did it on purpose of course)

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  17. z ~ I like the way you think. Pursuit of pleasure, my kind of woman.

    I'd love to meet up with you. We can have coffee and cakes and you can tut at my smoking. We can also tut about Dave's typos.

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  18. Had enough of those peanuts...I know it sounds cheeky but you got any of those anchovies left...I love them...

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  19. cogidubnus ~ here you go, good thing I got two pots.

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  20. Ta muchly...wan't a pint? I did bring some Madeira especially for you (shades of Flanders and Swann!) but I'm not sure where it went...

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  21. Where did that apostrophe appear from? Must be the booze...

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  22. No tutting about smoking from me - that was a resolution of about 8 years ago. I sealed it by accepting a cigarette and smoking it. Not that it became a habit, of course ;-)

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  23. Here we go for the big one...Happy New Year all!

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  24. Oh dear...still only TWO sheets...and can't find XL anywhere... who's going to guide me to that table?

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  25. cogidubnus ~ have some coffee love, you look a bit rough this morning.

    z ~ I am housetrained, I don't smoke indoors (unless it's absolutely hoofing it down).

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  26. Happy New Year! I went away for New Year but stayed in away (if that makes any sense). We were accompanied by several bottles of Cava.

    As for resolutions, I aim to blog more in 2010 and to be better at staying in touch with my friends both online and offline.

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  27. Ooh thanks love...anything helps...I was eventually up till 5.30 am... but just remember where I was when the clocks struck Midnight...(see timestamp) !

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