You were saying?

As exciting as these (apparently) random mini-holidays are, I’d just as soon have the dull and predictable, thank you very much


23 thoughts on “You were saying?

  1. What I love about power cuts is what happens when the power comes back on. To whit, the come-back-sometime-in-the-next-century waiting game aka what happens when several thousand employees simultaneously try to log back into the company network. Loads of fun, really πŸ˜‰


  2. revo: I sincerely hope this descent into philosophy isn’t the start of a trend.
    nursemyra: The reverse Cassandra complex in action.
    miss M: You said it. Candles be damned, I prefer to curse the darkness.


  3. OK, less philosophy…next time the load is shed during a meeting, ensure that you turn the light switch off.

    That way, when the power returns, the meeting delegates will be none the wiser and you can settle down for a well deserved nap.


  4. Eskom needs a swift kick in the pants. But that would require the comsumption of energy, and well, that’s part of the problem in the first place, innit? ;( Whoever heard of a company begging people to NOT use their product?


  5. have you considered laughing with evil intent in the dark and sharpening a knife against something; loudly. Make the power outtages so much more fun.


  6. peas: So… what’s the weather like on your planet?

    revo: You’ve done this before, haven’t you?

    sheena: Unfortunately not. Pen & paper still work even when the power’s off.

    parenthesis: Not that we have a whole lot of choice in the matter.

    dolce: I’ll certainly give it a go, but “Rubber Band Sniper” occupies most of my time at the moment.


  7. I think someone should start a blog documenting your comments Kyk. Your responses to visitor comments are often [just as] entertaining as the origial post. Very pithy. You could call it “Nail on the head”. Or something πŸ˜‰


  8. sonkind: I believe the new version of Umshini Wam is called A shot in the dark

    sweetass: Nails, or paper?

    parenthesis: What can I say? I have entertaining visitors.


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