Following (very quickly, I’ll admit) my post about how ripped I’m going to get over the summer, I saw this video:
Whilst I am already insanely fit (obviously), it was suggested that I should “get ripped” over the summer holidays.
I had today off, because of the extensive strikes across the UK today. Thanks, teachers, I missed my ICT lesson again.
As ever, I like to be helpful, so here’s how to make the most of a day off (admittedly this is a bit late now, but I’m sure there’ll be more strikes, since this will obviously do nothing).
(or if that’s a bit long, the UNBFC – like UNICEF or the BBFC, but not quite.)
I think I’m in a fairly good position to do a bit of gloating.
I am going to be frank, this might seem a bit at odds with some of the vaguely (quite strongly) Humanist things which I have posted thus far. However, I would like you to meet me, a person anew; there’s a piece of paper (actually, an image file) which says I’m ordained.
So it has red stuff on it; but the one without that cost $29 or something.
This brought me far too much joy. As hopefully it did for my lovely Twitter followers. If you don’t have Twitter, well done. If you do, follow me.
— Limmy (@DaftLimmy) June 28, 2014
The British Medical Association recently voted to stop those born 2000 and after being able to legally buy tobacco products. If you were born 31st December 1999 at 2359, though, feel free to utterly screw your lungs.
…and without meaning to be too forward about it, it would be best if it was dead.