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Saturday, 28 August 2010

School's Back - Aye Carumba!!!

 I'm scared schools coming back. Teachers and popular people who think little of others - ouch. For little singled out nerds - it's a rough place. Here's some tips on how to survive;

1. Um,....................

Come to think of it, I've no idea. Nerds - keep thick books in your bags at all times in case of attack - which will happen. No idea how to help you other than that. As for teachers - don't be teachers pet. Be quiet and get good grades - and nothing will happen to you. You know - hopefully.

X Factor - Wish It Was Over?

  Looks like the X Factors back on for another year. Yay! Not.

 Has anybody besides me been pissed off at Simon Cowell for putting the auditions in a huge stadium, most likely just to make some extra cash? Even though he's one of the richest people in the UK? I never personally liked much of the X Factor (these average joes who've been told that they're good enough to get somewhere and then expect to get far, only to be dissapointed. You want proof? Just look at Leon Jackson. He gets to the top - and since I haven't heard his name mentioned in the entertainment industry - except a very factual Frankie Boyle joke - 'and X Factors winner, Leon Jackson is still selling records - at his Saturday job at HMV Paisley'.)

 But I loved the auditions. Listening to the even worse people sing tunelessly whilst the judges put on hilarious faces - yet the auditionees didn't seem to notice. Now - you can't even hear them because the very rude audience are chanting 'off, off, off, off'. Or they're laughing, or cheering, depending on the calibre of the singers. You can barely ever hear them. Well, mostly. Sometimes they're a bit mannerly.
 The judges piss me off too. Cheryl Cole, just fought off malaria, and Danni Minogue had a kid a while ago - who should be off on a break, and who is. Why is Danni Minogue even a judge? She's Kylie Minogue's sister - what else - um, eh................... running a blank. Why isn't Kylie a judge - she's a singer.
 And why is Louis Walsh a judge? He's a pretty good manager I suppose, but he has no music, or talent taste (If you saw Britain's Got Talent 2010). I don't mind him as a person, I just hate him on X Factor. If they're Irish - they're in. Eogiann Quigg, and Jedward were crappy. He is to blame for those big haired loonatics on our television sets. I say we start a mob of people who wish Jedward were back at home as normal people and not irritating alot of the nation, and we go after - not them, but Louis Walsh. That ....... bad word.

 Simon I hate least, but I'm tired of the 'oh, I'm the British mean judge, I enjoy saying no and being rude'. It's annoying.
And that is why I dislike X Factor. Comment and follow - even if you're a pissed of X Factor fan. Bye!

Thursday, 26 August 2010

Where Have I Been?

 Sorry, for the wait since the last post. I have been in my summer home. It was good crack. My cousins, aunt, and grandmother came to visit. Everything was always getting better and better. We have canoes there, and it was fun to get on then rock the boat till we fell off. And we went fishing. I didn't enjoy it, but the others did.  Later, we brought home a chicken - random, I know but the guy we met, the owner of the house we were in, has loads of animals in his back garden, and he gave us a chicken! He said he'd take care of it when we weren't in the house. So now we have a chicken called Joan. Named after my grandmother. ): )  Then he gave us a quad to have for a couple days to ride on! Unfortrunately - I don't have a picture of my 69 year old grandmother on a quad bike. : ( . The next morning a cow escaped from the field beside us, and we got to chase it back in! After our cousins had left, he gave us another quad, smaller, so that we could drive it! It was really good fun, there was so much to do. But we're going to school tomorrow!!!! I don't have shoes or supplies or anything!!!

Thursday, 19 August 2010

Ireland's Obsession with Other Irish!

 My aunt, grandmother and mother were together today, and they asked me to show them I AM FIGHTER and the Jon Joe Sat Nav advert on Youtube. They were laughing they're heads off. It got me thinking, what was it about these videos that made them laugh? Was it the fact that they were both Irish? Because I'm sure had it been and English bloke doing it, it wouldn't be as funny. Is it the fact that they're racist to everyone not Irish? Or just because they can relate? I think they found something they'd probably say as 'irish wit'. Do all reasonably - I ♥ being Irish - relatives of yours do this? Comment back!

If You Were a TV Producer?

 If you were a tv producer - what would you do with your new power?
 The easiest thing is rather than write a television programm - rip off a book.
 Or - you could write your own sitcom - if you are creative enough.
 What would  I do. Well, I would hire a scared teenage assistant to get my coffee, would be my first act as TV producer. Then I would do what disney does and take a 90s Nickelodeon sitcom and rip it off. Voila - a brand new show.
What would you do with this new found tv producing power? Move to LA? Have a big long table where there are about a dozen people sitting agreeing with whatever you say, and if they dont you press a Dr Evil button and send them into a pit of fire? Comment on what you think!

Wednesday, 18 August 2010

A Second Louis Spence???

 Dare you to google a one 'Andrew Barton'. He does the hair part in the UK 10 Years younger and is literally the long-lost brother of the one and only Louis Spence! They're both gay, mostly bald, big eyebrows, AND a weird lisp. He's not as crazy as Louis, or funny, but just look at the images - it is UNCANNY!

No Pupil Schools?

 On BBC news, one story literally reads - Two more primary schools in Wales are technically open despite having no pupils. There are two more  schools with no pupils? I didn't realise there were schools in Wales without any pupils. What do the teachers do? Teach empty classrooms?
 Reading on in the story - it says that 'Last week Education Minister Leighton Andrews said Carmarthenshire council's decision to keep Capel Iwan, near Newcastle Emlyn, open was "bonkers."' It is bonkers though. And what education minister says 'bonkers' in an interview?

I think this was the funniest report I've read in a long while. One other line that caught my attention was 'The council confirmed a budget of £110,000 had been allocated to the school, whose headteacher would be at work in September in case any pupils did turn up.' I loved that. 'Turn up'. It sounds like they're all away at other schools and then one pupil comes in one day just to say 'Hi. I;m Timmy. I left this school 2 months ago when my friends left it,  but now I just want to appear back on my own!'. Whats even funnier - is that they need £110,000 if any pupils turn up. Just imagine Timmy, getting amazing education cause that entire amount of money is solely left to him. Wow, I wish I could go to that school. Imagine the lunches.

First Proper Blog!!

Ok, so my Blog was completed earlier this morning, and I just posted some other unblogrelated things. This is a  proper - I'll tell you what I was doing today - bit.

I went out to the city centre today, we were mainly shopping for my mum, who is having her birthday in a couple days. It went ok - except nobody in the house had any money. So, we borrowed it from the two youngest in the house - the 5 and 8 year old both had 50 notes. I tried not to spend much of the 8 year old's money - but the 5 year old was fine to traid the money if we bought her a giant lollipop. :)

On our way home - our dear mother texted 'coming soon? will you buy milk and bread'. We had one question - where do you find milk and bread in the city centre. All around was the House Of Fraiser and the Waterfront Hall. Plus we were on the bus? We planned to stop at a shop down the road - then she called and said our aunt was coming up with them. WITH her kids.

Not that I dont like my cousins - but they're a bit, rough. Well, some of them. One hurts everyone. His brother cries at every hit. He's young but every hit he cries at. He says he hates his brother. Its chaos. WHy do people come to our house and just feel they can  go nuts? Screaming, running, crying, whining etc. When you go to someone else's house - isn't the point that your supposed to be mannered? As well as that - The elder, more painful one brought his reasonably irritating friend over. Of course they'd all ready been together before deciding to come to our house, but still. It wasn't bad that that happened, but still.

And thats really all that happened. Not much - I know. But there's more tommorrow. Bye :)

Tuesday, 17 August 2010


 Welcome to 'I'm Supposed To Be Doing My Homework' where me, you and everyone good in the world, is online rather than doing their homework. So - if you are being screamed at by parents to begin working on your homework - go to your room, lock the door and get reading!