Sunday, 4 October 2009


I've been in a bit of a lull recently, so apologies if I've been narky on here.

I aim to resolve this by the end of the weekend.



Anonymous said...

You need a kick up the keester, mister.

Or a stiff drink.

Pearl said...

I'm not sure I've ever been narky. Don't they have pills for that?


p.s. No, really. I just figured out what "chuffed" is, but this feels he opposite of "chuffed". Is "narky" the opposite of "chuffed"?

She Thought She Spoke English But She Was Wrong,

Cheeks said...

I suggest a drink before you have anything up the keester.

Feel better.

Kevin Musgrove said...

You be as narky as you want: it's the weekend.

Red Squirrel said...

Veggie - I'm not sure what a keester is, but it'd probably be better for me than a drink right now :)

Pearl - narky means being short with people/irritated/in a bad mood. It's a font of knowledge this place...

Cheeks - cheers (but without the drink).

Kevin - can I be narky for a bit of this week as well please?

Kevin Musgrove said...

If it's been anything like my Monday: definitely!

Red Squirrel said...

Kevin - it probably was :)