This weeks weekend relevant prompts, for Monday Haiku are:
- 5.30 wake up call – On saturday morning, my son thought this was time to get up. I was in the process of getting him to sleep when the next point happened.
- Cat Miaow – The bl**dy cat decided to let out two long whiney miaows, catching my boys attention, waking him up again, and forcing me to chase her off with several expletives. The guilty party is pictured above.
- Sunday TV – Some of the seasons are getting towards the end now, but what a TV selection for a sunday evening: Mad men, Game of Thrones, Nurse Jackie, The Killing, Veep.
So here we go:
He really awake?
five thirty, time to get up
please go back to sleep
And the “sort of” part two.
Almost back to sleep
Nope! Miaow, I am the cat
Why, you little ***t!
And something completely different.
Sunday night schedule
Fabulous world of tv
but soon be monday
A sad ending to that last Haiku, I know. The double bonus Haiku this week is brought to you by two things. The first like a fortnight ago, from Mrs Rubin of The Write Transition, and her “Awful offspring offal”. The second came from a phrase I typed into the comment box of this post on Harper Faulkner’s fab blog. I put the words “I did feel a bit of a tit” then later realised that he might not understand it, as english slang for “I felt a bit of an idiot” in the context of it being a bit embarrassing. So it had the more obvious meaning. Anyhoo, if naughty words might offend, jump past the dotted lines segment.
Hi! What is your name?
the name tells me who you are
I’m vagina nuts
and the other:
In the wrong place, I
did feel a tit at the time
bulbous error mine
Things I learned this weekend:
- At 5.30 on a saturday morning my boy will go back to sleep. But not unaided. And not with the help of the cat.
- Ok this isn’t the last LFC update for a while. This week they fired the manager and LFC legend (perhaps their best ever player in his day), King Kenny Dalglish. This was mainly for the league results. They also got rid of a few other management staff and have begun the process of replacing them. It is both scary and exciting to see what changes occur this summer. It could go either way.
- I really didn’t want Chelsea to win the champions league final. But they did. And much as I hate to admit it, you’ve got to respect their never say die attitude. Keep going, keep going.
- “The Shins” appeared on “Yo Gabba Gabba”
Lexicon word of the day: bullyrag.