Re: Vexillology (was Re: website birth)
|From:||Keith Gaughan <kmgaughan@...>|
|Date:||Monday, November 12, 2001, 16:08|
Ar 15:34 12/11/01 +0100, bhac Christophe Grandsire le scríobh chugam:
>En réponse à Keith Gaughan <kmgaughan@...>:
> > >(Possibly because if there's anything like a genetic conservation of
> > >physical/motor coordination, I have it in the negatives to make up
> > for
> > >everyone else...I can trip over things that are halfway across the
> > room.)
> > Well, I'm much the same. My shins have hit more wood than the average
> > hurler's.
> > I think I'm renowned for my clumsiness at this point.
>Me too!!! Though since we're settled together the disposition of the furniture
>didn't change at all (my partner has a kind of instinctive Feng-Shui sense
>and it took us two days to find the right position for the furniture, but
>then it didn't move), I keep on kiking the tables, chairs, etc... (always at
>the same places. Maybe I have also a kind of instinctive Feng-Shui sense gone
>mad? :))) ), though by now I should be able to move in this appartment with
>closed eyes :(( .
Thankfully the layout of my flat is such now that it's terribly hard for me to
bump into anything these days. Having said that, I still from time to time end
up walking into the front door!
>I don't meep myself, but I do make strange noises, and mumble meaningless
>sequences of notes, usually getting strange looks from everybody around.
The male side of my family seems to have developed a whole language to itself
based on various grunts. I'm sure I'm not the only person whose family has a
`battle language' though...
Keith Gaughan <kmgaughan@...>
I can decide what I give / But it's not up to me / What I get given -=Bjork=-