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Friday, February 10, 2006

Brrrrrr

Temperature: -7. Hip Flask: nearly empty. Inflatable sheep: AWOL. Roll on endex.

17 Comments:

Anonymous Z said...

Wow. I got to be the first to make a comment. Well, take care soldier and remember to hip flask is not-quite-full. Hope the time goes fast.

11:43 am  
Anonymous Z said...

That meant to read...
remember THE hip flask is not-quite-full (as opposed to empty) but I'm sure you're bright enough to work that out.
I was just so anxious to be first to comment.
And now I'm second too.

11:46 am  
Blogger greavsie said...

No hole in the ground?

11:51 am  
Anonymous pink said...

*is not going to ask what the hole in the ground might be for*

!

10:31 pm  
Blogger Katy Newton said...

Crossing my fingers for the safe return of the inflatable sheep.

Realising that my comments are becoming heavily sheep-oriented.

Resolving not to mention the inflatable sheep again.

12:07 pm  
Anonymous sawyer the lawyer said...

I wish I had a hip flask, my flask is so square and old-fashioned. Where do you buy them?

2:51 pm  
Blogger fjl said...

Keep going x

3:58 pm  
Blogger Fcuk Buddies said...

Great blog!

4:36 pm  
Blogger Southern Bird said...

Hmmm an inflatable sheep appeared in my front garden this morning. By the evening it had moved on. Any relation?

10:38 pm  
Anonymous Laura said...

DROP DOWN AND GIVE ME TEN, SOLDIER


(always wanted to say that)

10:55 am  
Blogger Lennie Briscoe said...

End-Ex...those glorious words...

You use these?

http://night-ops.com/Gladius-6V-LED.html

8:15 pm  
Anonymous Nick said...

I know I'm a bit late here, and maybe a bit out of touch, but I recommend you keep your mind on those peculiar sheep until there's something better to look forward to (Mrs Soldier, are you listning here?). Bst of luck, there are better ways to spend a winter.

8:15 pm  
Blogger fjl said...

Happy Valentines, Mr and Mrs Soldier..

2:49 pm  
Blogger zilla said...

Inflatable sheep? I'm afraid to ask.

Hmmm. Probably safer than livestock, eh?

Happy Valentines Day, Soldier. Hope you've got some R&R coming up soon.

3:05 pm  
Blogger PI said...

'Endex' I've guessed! End of exercise. Yay!
Hope you haven't had too miserable a VDay and that you are back where you belong soon.

11:34 pm  
Blogger savante said...

Inflatable sheep!!?

Paul

1:37 pm  
Blogger Universal Soldier said...

Z - hip flask is now totally empty!

Greavsie - unfortunately it still was - although by this stage it was more like a large puddle.

Pink - *@%!.

Katy - I always thought the inflatable sheep ploy was a dangerous one.

Sawyer - I'd like to say that mine had been handed down from generation to generation but I think it came from Argos a couple of years ago.

FJL - cheers mate.

Southern Bird - so that's where it got to - if you see it again restrain it until I get there.

Laura - you must stop those exercise classes - AT ONCE!

Lennie - best words in the world.

Nick - the sheep definitely helped pass the time!

FJL/Zilla/Pat - Valentines Day has been postponed until Saturday.

Paul - probably best not to ask!

6:18 pm  

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