Sunday, March 07, 2010

The week in pictures

Went to see Local Natives in concert on Tuesday, and quickly discovered that one of the postures I do at yoga (awkward pose, where you stand right up on your toes, if you're interested) proved very helpful in thwarting the efforts of the tall people who inevitably end up standing right in front of you at these sort of things.

Local Natives. They were VERY good. I'm off to see them again at Shepherds Bush in June and can't wait - particularly because I've got seats.


I'd never considered using the side of a truck as a canvas, but obviously someone thought it was a good idea.


Feeling in a particularly Star Trekkie mood, I whipped myself up a new iPhone background image.

Red alert, red alert! Although saying that always makes me think of that Basement Jaxx song


Had a look at the personalised cakes on offer in Marks and Spencer in Westfield.

Crikey, they must be knocking on a bit…


Without having actually heard any of their music, I would actually consider buying tickets to see this band if they added an "Ooo…" to the beginning of their name and an exclamation mark at the end.


Aaaaaaand adopted a new catchphrase courtesy of Chris Pine (see below, starting from around 15 seconds in).

Duh-na-na-na: LET'S GO!

Believe me, I've been saying that so much in just the last three days that it's already gone waaaaaaay beyond annoying. I even do the throwing motion. Good times.


Inexplicable DeVice said...

Yay! First!

I would SO go see a band called Ooo... Fancy!

Tim said...

Duh-na-na-na: LET'S GO!

Or not.

Inexplicable DeVice said...

Are you asking me out on a date?!?

* faints in shock *

* thud *

Tim said...

You obviously fainted before you saw the 'or not.'

That amuses me.

Inexplicable DeVice said...

I thought you'd just forgotten to write 'now' on the end of 'or not', because we're both at work.

It's no use trying to play hard-to-get now. Your true intentions have been revealed to the world!

Mwah hah hah hah haa!

Tara said...

125 years is an awfully long time to be married. I think after that long, the word "committed" takes on a whole new meaning.

Tim said...

Inexplicable Device - Oh, you're so right! You book your ticket and … and I'll see you there.

Yeeeeeeah… Coooooourse I will.

Tara - Damn right it does! Committed mentally, perhaps!!

CyberPete said...

I wish those two would just get married already!

They make such a cute couple.

Extra extra!

Tim said...