Saturday, October 29, 2011

Backson!

My laptop charger is properly broken, so until the new one arrives (early next week, please to be crossing the fingers) I am severely internetally limited.

It is iPhone or nothing and the screen is small and my fingers are big and it frustrates the CRAP out of me (figuratively speaking, but that would have been a better sentence and/or mental image if I was one of those people who doesn't know what 'literally' means) and usually after five minutes I throw my arms up in disgust, holding onto the iPhone as I do so because those things are not cheap, and go back to playing Oven Break and thinking idly about Christmas.

I hate not having constant internet access, it feels like having one arm tied behind my back. Communication-wise; it does not affect my balance. I just checked to see if having one arm behind my back actually affects my balance and the answer is "no, not really" but let's just pretend for the sake of that last sentence that it does.

I was going to say it feels like having no legs but that would be disrespectful to people who have no legs and even though I'm not too bothered about that because what are they going to do, kick me it always pays to be polite. (I promise I don't actually discriminate against amputees, except when it comes to porn because that's just weird.)

Speaking of, (socially unacceptable comments, not porn), one 3 News commenter just called another 3 News commenter a 'lying bag of turds'.

Ahhh, the glamorous world of media.

See you soooooooon.

3 comments:

Michelle said...

People need to read this http://theoatmeal.com/comics/literally

Lakendra Wiltse said...

It’s really frustrating when your laptop charger is broken, and you can’t do anything but to wait for it to get fixed. Well, good thing you have an iPhone to catch up with your blogging. But, it’s still easier and more convenient to make a blog post in your laptop, right? Anyway, I hope it’s fixed now.

Benita Bolland said...

I feel you, Ally. When my laptop charger broke, I resorted to using my smartphone, which was very inconvenient. It’s a good thing that I was able to contact a distributor who has the exact model of charger that I needed. Anyway, I hope that your new one was satisfactory!

Regards,
Benita Bolland