Help Ease My Boredom!!!!

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Lauradoll, Dec 23, 2003.

  1. Lauradoll

    Lauradoll Active Member

    I'm sure I'm not the only one who is spending Christmas with their parents. I arrived home (in good old "bootiful but boring" bonnie Scotland) yesteday afternoon and already I'm bored out of my mind!!!! Any ideas of how I can overcome this affliction, apart from drinking myself into an oblivion (which will become a reality very very shortly). I've even been to visit my Nana today it has become THAT desparate!!!!
    I've even done the BBC Test the Nation thinggie as well (and beat my Dad hahahaha)

    Please please help me....................
  2. Naomi McFadyen

    Naomi McFadyen New Member

    I just stay on here all the time :lol:
  3. super_sop

    super_sop Supporting Member

    was just gona say the same thing
    you could always see how many threads you can eply too starting from the v first one!
  4. HBB

    HBB Active Member

  5. Big Twigge

    Big Twigge Active Member

    Have become a pro at wasting time since dropping out of uni and moving back home for the yr......
    * sleep lots or watch daytime television
    * eat and drink lots
    * spend a lot of time annoying people
    * ask your friends to (at random intervals) tell you hilarious things <--this is my favourite
    * come up with ingenius food combinations (it passes a few hrs)
    * try exercise (this will be one for the future...haven't got round to it as yet)
    * talk to yourself, you may find that you're more interesting than you think
    can think of any more, but sometimes they work
  6. twigglet

    twigglet Member

    show signs of getting up as parents leave for work then in fact don't get up at all and stay in bed until roughly lunch time....

    Head downstairs for a daytime telly warm up to neighbours with des and mel and play 'try and guess who the unknown celebrity is'. Then at 1 30 prepare a random combo lunch, obviously neighbours at 1:45 accompanied by said lunch

    You must then do something productive after Doctors because when you find yourself watching 'Murder she wrote' you know there is something wrong and also you have to have something to tell parents when they ask 'so what have you done all day then??' Get dressed and look busy for when parents come home from work and make them a cup of tea, making you 'angel child' and passing 'devil child' label onto another sibling for a couple of hours....

    :shock: Nuff said....must get a life, my inspiration is my sister :eek:
  7. Seedhouse

    Seedhouse Active Member

    I just practice when i've got nowt else to do! :roll:
    Bit of a practice-aholic though :oops:
    No shame in enjoying playing though.
  8. Kerwintootle

    Kerwintootle Member

    Hi Laura,

    Do you know anyone in the Co-op Band? If you do or even you don't and you don't hate us why don't you come to our Christmas party at my house on Saturday? It's fancy dress, the theme is famous historical figures (although that seems to be out of the window!) Honest genuine offer and it's in a castle!

    Merry Christmas,

  9. Rob

    Rob Member

    Aw right doll,

    Going for some festive fun at the Garage in Glasgow tomorrow night if you fancy......

    Have a good Xmas,
  10. Okiedokie of Oz

    Okiedokie of Oz Active Member

    woooooooow!!! a real, honest to God castle???

    I am soooooooo jealous!!!!!
  11. picju96

    picju96 Member

    This is exactly my day, it's scary.

    I tend to open uni books in front of the computer to make it look like I've at least attempted to start my chemistry assignment too.
  12. Lauradoll

    Lauradoll Active Member

    Aw cheers peeps! I've cheered up a bit now, I think the thought of getting totally wrecked tonight may have something to do with it!!!

    Cheers for the offer Alex, it sounds really cool! I know a couple in your band from NYBBS, and I love a good party! I'll investigate my mother's wardrobe for "historical artefacts". Rob haha what happened to Miss Polka Dot! Sorry about that night, I was a wee bit the worse for wear eh?!!Have a good night at the Garage and look after wee Clarey for me!

    Going to look for my Christmas presents and then watch the Snowman (2.20pm, channel 4).

    Oh one last thing. Never ever ever think it will be a good idea to watch Bo' Selecta Christmas special with your parents. It never ever ever will be a good idea. Hmm.

    Merry Christmas
  13. Kerwintootle

    Kerwintootle Member

    Hi Laura,

    If you know Stephanie and Lucy Forbes are going as is Caroline Munro. Give us a shout if you need numbers for a lift.

  14. wewizrobbed

    wewizrobbed Member

    aye I'm told there's even ghosts too oooooo00OOOOO00oooooo although my last ghost hunt proved unsuccessful :cry:

    scottish co-op
  15. asteria

    asteria Member

    Ooh didn't know that was on, problem will be getting into the living room to watch it whilst my parents are trying to hide the xmas pressies in there...
    'We're walking in the air'.... (Laura we forgot to try that with the wine glasses!)

    Merry Christmas everyone! :D
  16. Lauradoll

    Lauradoll Active Member

    Hey I tried it last night with snirnoff ice bottles......then got ordered to bed!! Hope Santa was good to everyone. I wish he'd brought me a fool proof hang over cure. Bleurgh.
  17. jambo

    jambo Member


    get you're celf down here for new year. com wed night i'm sure we'll have loadsa daft bandsmen out in not so sunny redcar for a senses numbing session in leo's £2.50 a tripple meths! lovely

    c ya :shock:
  18. asteria

    asteria Member

    £2.50 for a triple meths......And we start drinking at what time? :shock:

    Yay! :D